On a brisk autumn day in New York City, 1968, roughly 13 women spent the morning of October 31st dressing in black cloaks and dresses. They stuck feathers, leaves, and furs in their long hair. One woman grabbed her enormous Read more…
Averill Earls, PhD
Assistant Professor of History at Mercyhurst University. Writes about sex, gender, and policing in modern Ireland, 2019 article in the Journal of the History of Sexuality. Other history side hustles include Nursing Clio and New York State Association of European Historians. Will tell you about maple creemees, just ask.