BADASS WOMEN OF HISTORY

The Woman Who Survived Two Years Alone in the Arctic

Think a solitary lockdown is bad? It could be worse.

This Hard-Partying, Cross-Dressing Explorer Lived the Writer’s Life

Isabelle Eberhadt ditched her European upbringing to embrace Islam and explore North Africa at the turn of the 20th century.

Before Althea Gibson, There Was Ora Washington

The sports legend did more on two courts than most ever do on one.

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Real Talk Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

‘Flashback’ Lecture Notes: The Dangerous Discovery That Sparked the Modern Labor Movement

In the latest episode of OZY's chart-topping history podcast, we learn about the power of phosphorous.

How a Woman Saved Portugal's Wine Industry

Dona Antónia didn't mess around when it came to port.

Was Albert Einstein a Terrible Husband?

Fans of his wife, a physicist herself, are still struggling to get her contributions recognized.

The Forgotten Pioneer of Lebanese Feminism

Anbara Salam Khalidi's brave gesture to remove her veil in public paved the way for feminists across the Levant and wider Arab world.

Forget Amy March. Meet May Alcott

The inspiration for Amy March got a lot more done.

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The Food That Built America

The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.

The Badass Rogue Who Cross-Dressed and Dueled Her Way to Infamy

Was Julie d’Aubigny even her real name? Don’t ask too many questions.

This American Maverick Ruled the Lesbian Literary Scene of Paris

Poet Natalie Clifford Barney became a champion of gay rights, simply by refusing to follow the rules.

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