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I Voted, by Missy G. Flinn

Published: October 26, 2020

  I voted last Friday.   And my heart swelled. It’s one of my favorite things to do. Every time I go and cast my ballot, I am gathered together with people from my community, starting with my precinct, my county… Read More

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Democracy: What is an American, A Conversation with Shakila Ahmad

Published: September 14, 2020

From the first issue of Pathways: A 2017 conversation with Shakila Ahmad asked the question, “What is an American?” This topic was heavy on our minds in the spring of 2017,… Read More

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Moniker: Identity Lost and Found, by Missy G. Flinn

Published: September 10, 2020

  Symbols. People. Identity. These issues are in the forefront of today’s news. The opening event of the exhibition Moniker: Identity Lost and Found at the Massillon Museum in 2018, which seems like a lifetime ago, keeps coming up in… Read More

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Repost: Working 9 to 5: Ohio Women’s Push for Equality in the Workplace

Published: September 7, 2020

With the coming of Labor Day this year thought it would be good to re-post this article from the first edition of Pathways in spring 2017. It’s about the 9to5 movement for gender equality in the workplace—and the wit, strength, and… Read More

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The Herodotos Project: Towards an ethnohistory of the ancient world

Published: September 3, 2020

By Christopher Brown, Marie-Catherine de Marneffe, Micha Elsner, and Brian D. Joseph The ancient Greek writer Herodotos (484–425 BCE) is often referred to as the Father of History: his Histories tell… Read More

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