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Professor Renee Sentilles discusses predatory implications of Christmas classic “Baby It’s Cold Outside”

Professor Sentilles recently spoke with Mary Kilpatrick of cleveland.com to discuss the ways is which cultural context can shift how we interpret song lyrics, in particular, the Christmas classic "Baby It's Cold Outside." In the wake of the #MeToo movement, and ever-increasing awareness of gender-based power structures, the way...

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Professor Einav Rabinovitch-Fox speaks with “On the Media.”

Professor Rabinovitch-Fox spoke with Bob Garfield of WNYC Studios' On the Media to discuss the long-standing media tradition of attempting to discredit outspoken women by obsessing over their clothes. Professor Rabinovitch-Fox spoke specifically about the recent criticism of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's "fashion choices" as an echo of similar backlash against thousands...

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Exploring the History and Popularity of Cleveland’s Guardians of Traffic

John Grabowski, the Krieger-Mueller Joint Professor in History and editor of the CWRU-supported Encyclopedia of Cleveland History, spoke about the history of the twin Art Deco statues framing Cleveland's Lorain-Carnegie Bridge. "Exploring the History and Popularity of Cleveland's Guardians of Traffic. Images of the larger-than-life Art Deco statues above Cleveland’s Lorain-Carnegie Bridge...

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