Women cabinet officers; Cabinet system--United States; Sex discrimination--Government policy--United States; Budget process--United States
The persistent private sector wage gap between men and women is one of the
more intractable deficiencies of modem American society. It may be symptomatic of
male privilege, a theory that outlines pervasive, ubiquitous discrimination that favors...
Art in Embassies Program (U.S.); Art and state--United States; Art--Political aspects--20th century
Throughout the 1950s and 1960s New York’s Museum of Modern Art commodified the
paintings of Abstract Expressionist artists. By commodifying the artwork, the Museum of
Modern Art could then present it as a product of American capitalism thereby...
Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Galleries & museums; Night photographs;
Cressman Center for Visual Arts photographed at night from the north side of Main Street. Cars can be seen in the foreground and people can be seen inside the building in the glassblowing room and the gallery space. An illuminated sign reading...