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Articles with keyword "Nineteenth century"

Image of Captain Thomas William Sweeny

Curio

Love and Hate during Wartime

In the Lizzie Gilmore collection of family letters, available through Community and Conflict, a new digital archive devoted to life in the Ozarks during the Civil War, the formalities of correspondenc

Brian Balough

Feature

The American History Guys' Backstory

The humanities version of Car Talk.

Image of Denver’s dean of cattle buyers, Robert Lazar Miller.

Statement

Jewish Pioneers

A New York program discusses how Jewish settlers shaped the Wild West.

Tracing of Louisa May Alcott's hand

Feature

Little Woman

The devilish, dutiful daughter Louisa May Alcott.

Charlton Heston playing Ben-Hur

Feature

Ben-Hur

The Book That Shook the World

Image of Dolley Madison.

Feature

The Politics of Love

Dolley Madison gained influence through kindness.

Four Acrobats, c. 1860.

Curio

Four Acrobats

Four Acrobats, the mid nineteenth-century Indian miniature, was once part of an ordered series of paintings, each of which corresponded to one of the melodic modes—or rāga—of classical Indian music.

Image of David Cartwright

IQ

Impertinent Questions with David Cartwright

Was Arthur Schopenhauer a dog person?

Image of edition of <em> Stèles</em>, first published in 1914.

Feature

The End of Man

And the Art of Victor Segalen.

Jonathan Spence, the 39th Jefferson Lecturer in the Humanities

Conversation

The China Scholar

Jonathan Spence and NEH Chairman Leach discuss key moments in four hundred years of Chinese history.