Saturday Link Love: Antebellum Slavery, Women’s Bodies, and Child Labor

Saturday Link Love: Antebellum Slavery, Women’s Bodies, and Child Labor December 10, 2016

Saturday Link Love is a new feature where I collect and post links to various articles I’ve come upon over the past week. Feel free to share any interesting articles you’ve come along as well! The more the merrier.

Shackles and Dollars, on The Chronicle of Higher Education—“Over the past several years, a series of books has reshaped how historians view the connection between slavery and capitalism.”

Women, Feminism, and Their Bodies, on Sarah the Adventurer—“For most of my high school years I identified rather quietly as a feminist because I did not feel welcome expressing my viewpoints in a community where feminism was the big “f” word.”

The Changing Face of Saudi Women, on National Geographic—“In a deeply conservative culture women are tentatively, and carefully, redefining boundaries in social life.”

Bringing Back Child Labor? on the Rambling Soapbox—“Betsy DeVos, Trump’s current pick for Secretary of Education, who recently made headlines with her trademark support of charter schools and school vouchers, is also a supporter of the Acton Institute, among others.”

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