Tag: Lucy McKeon
Two figures challenge simple ways of thinking about slavery and agency.
Banned Books Week: This year, one Michigan school district tried to keep Morrison’s haunting narrative out of the classroom. A writer explores how Baby Suggs and Beloved teach us what we don’t learn in school.
Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap explores hip hop’s past but skims over important questions about its present.
In Madrid, Lucy McKeon reviews Picasso’s “eternal feminine” exhibit, which is grouped around paintings of women, yet presupposes a male perspective.