The funerary inscription of Clesippus tells an impressive story of illustrious honors and administrative achievements in Ancient Rome. But there is another story, one of a man who navigated slavery, disability, and the sexual advances of the woman who owned him.
In 1911, a contested horse race sparked one of the largest movements by black South Africans to reclaim colonized land. How does the history of the Native Farmers Association offer a glimpse into alternate futures of property ownership in South Africa?
What happens when ten Puerto Rican men try to register to vote in 1950s Connecticut? Despite a lengthy public debate that ends up at the state supreme court, we don’t even know all ten of their names. How much of their story can we uncover?