The Times has featured a look at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The 13th slide is a photo of BLDG92, the interactive museum/community center where Sylvia’s letters are still on display:
Again, this is not particularly blog related but a piece a wrote has been published by the LA Review of Books, see it here! It is about the book From The Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler
by E.L. Konigsberg and what it means to put children in an urban setting in literature: http://lareviewofbooks.org/article.php?id=1770
This is not exactly related to my grandparents but it does have to do with femininity in history! I wrote this for the Huffington Post: American Girl: How Radical Can a $105 Doll Be?
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The final installment of my posts on the Brooklyn Navy Yard Blog has gone up!
Check it out here:
The first of a series of blog posts that I wrote for the Brooklyn Navy Yard has been posted. Happy Women’s History Month!