New and Notable

Sage House Blog

  • A Parade of Books for Irish-American Heritage Month

    While there were many a St. Patrick’s Day celebration this past weekend, few can ever match the annual New York City St. Patrick’s Day parade up Fifth Avenue. Now in its 257th year, the parade features an estimated 100,000 marchers and two million... more >>

  • Excerpt: Sexual Politics and Feminist Science

    As part of our celebration of Women’s History Month, please enjoy this short excerpt from Kirsten Leng’s Sexual Politics and Feminist Science. In Sexual Politics and Feminist Science: Women Sexologists in Germany, 1900-1933, I examine... more >>

  • Marching Ahead: Books to Celebrate Women’s History Month

    This last year brought about a sea change nationwide in the ways that women have come together as a social, cultural, and political force. The #MeToo movement has broken years of silence around sexual assault and harassment, women turned out in... more >>

  • Women’s History Month: Images from an immigrant woman’s life in the early 1900s

    Matilda Rabinowitz’s illustrated memoir challenges assumptions about the lives of early twentieth-century women, which is why it’s so perfect for Women’s History Month, and why we are sharing a selection of the more than 160... more >>

  • Black History in Ithaca

    As the end of February approaches, it’s important to reflect on the contributions—major and minor—black Americans have made to US history nationally and locally. In May of 2003, the Cornell-Ithaca Partnership and the History Center in Tompkins County... more >>

Connect with us