Sociocultural Representation of Pregnancy in Modern Art History

 “There are only two sexes, their meeting is necessary to procreate, which creates a succession of generations whose natural order cannot be reversed” (Héritier, 1996). This article about pregnancy in art explores the relationship between the sexes, which remains a … Continue reading Sociocultural Representation of Pregnancy in Modern Art History

Pakistani Nobel Prize recipient and education activist Malala Yousafzai speaking in a classroom of girls

Anthropology: Sociocultural Implications in the Struggle for Women’s Education in Pakistan

In the advanced world we live in today, information is easily accessible at the touch of our fingertips. Through the internet, learning has become much easier than it was in the past. However, receiving an academic education is still difficult … Continue reading Anthropology: Sociocultural Implications in the Struggle for Women’s Education in Pakistan

Rosalind Franklin looking through microscope

The Matilda Effect: Forgotten Accomplishments and Contributions of Women In STEM

For centuries, civilization has been modernized through a series of inventions that broadened our understanding of the life around us. While there is an abundance of male scientists that are celebrated today for their work, it is not as common … Continue reading The Matilda Effect: Forgotten Accomplishments and Contributions of Women In STEM