Women’s Work: The First 20,000 Years by Elizabeth Wayland Barber

Do questions make a good review? Why is making cloth women’s work? When did it become men’s work? How closely does the modern suit-and-shirt resemble the earliest form of clothing? What about other cultural forms of clothing? Why shouldn’t hunting be women’s work, since some women hunted? When is farming women’s work, and when is … More Women’s Work: The First 20,000 Years by Elizabeth Wayland Barber

Bad Blood and Less than a Treason by Dana Stabenow

Romeo & Juliet, the Alaska version. (Once again, I need a Shakespeare shelf. See also Hambly’s Die Upon a Kiss https://www.goodreads.com/review/show…) Two villages, alike in dignity – no, not any more. When Alaska got the big federal payout several presidents ago, one village chose to stay traditional, and the other said fork it over. Guess … More Bad Blood and Less than a Treason by Dana Stabenow