Bags are not a new invention, as long as humans have had items to carry, we have created bags in which to carry them. As early as 38,000 BCE, hunter-gatherer, humans were using bundles and pouches made from fibers to … Continue reading The History of the Handbag
The current exhibit at the Women’s Museum of California, To Observe and Wonder, celebrates the history of extraordinary women working in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) throughout history and today. Continue reading “10 Facts About Women In STEM”
“In the judgement of the most competent living mathematicians, Fraulein Noether was the most significant creative mathematical genius thus far produced since the higher education of women began.” – Albert Einstein Continue reading “The Greatest Mathematician Who Has Ever Lived”
She was one of the top zoologists in the United States in her lifetime. Continue reading “Zoologist and Teacher: Cornelia Maria Clapp”
I see my work as a celebration of feminist culture, a celebration of us all as writers, artists, musicians, critics, craftspeople, farmers, carpenters, mothers, daughters, sisters, lovers, friends.
Sylvia Bate-Swall: A San Diego “Woman on the Water”
Female sailors have only recently made their presence felt in the nautical world of sailing. Continue reading “Women on the Water”
How four audacious girls created a legacy in 1892 San Diego. Continue reading “It Must Have Been Something In The Water”
Have you ever planned a table setting for 1,038 people?