Even With a Name Like Aloha Wanderwell, You've Probably Never Heard of Her
You could say she was the female Indiana Jones, except of course, Indie was a fictional character, and Aloha Wanderwell was very much the real deal. After landing a seaplane on an unexplored stretch of the Amazonian River, she captured the first-known visual recordings of Stone Age peoples while liv
Bank of England invites public to nominate the face of new £50 note
Professors Stephen Hawking (shown) and Dorothy Hodgkin, the only British female to win a Nobel prize for science, are among early proposals for the face of the new £50 note.
Honoree Fanonne Jeffers is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Oklahoma and the author of The Gospel of Barbecue (2000), for which she received the Wick Poetry Prize. Jeffers was born in 1967 and grew up in Durham, North Carolina and Atlanta, Georgia. Her work examines culture, religion, race, and family. Her first book, The ...