The Fate of a Woman’s Work

The life, writing, and reputation of Émilie Du Châtelet

Queen Puduḫepa of the Hittites

The Great Queen of the Hittites of Bronze Age Anatolia (Turkey)

Barbare Jorjadze: Georgia's First Feminist

Recognizing the full life of Georgia's first feminist Barbare Jorjadze (1833-1895)

Remembering bell hooks and Ella Turenne

bell hooks and Ella Turenne: the linked lives of two Black feminist leaders and thinkers

The Significance of the Ivory Lady

How changes in the archeological and anthropological sciences are revealing women's hidden history.

Queen Tamar of Georgia

The First Female Sovereign of Georgia: (1160-1213)

A Condensed Biography

A lineage of women: Mary Wollstonecraft, Mary Hays, and Gina K. Soutendijk

The Women Who Shaped the Italian Renaissance


In Remembrance of Gregory Louis Soutendijk

We mourn the passing of Greg Louis Soutendijk: the first President of The New Historia Board and its Board of Advisors

Remember Liss

A new American founding figure

Just Do It: The Life and Family of Dr. Jeanne D. Keller

One woman's life of knowledge and family

The Musical Life of Jane Austen

Jane Austen and Music

Shakespeare Was a Woman & Other Heresies

Elizabeth Winkler’s New Book

A Review of 'A Life of One’s Own' by Joanna Biggs

Across Time and Space: The Trials and Triumphs of Nine Women, Nine Writers

Queen Elizabeth I and Royal Women

Queen Elizabeth: global queenship and royal women

“We Did the Suffragettes Last Year”

“History that ignores one-half of the population is bad history.”

Women and the Word in the World: Mary Katherine Goddard

The most un-famous-famous female publisher

Melōsa the winner. Let’s focus on her.

The true significance of Melosa’s victory

An Unconventional Saint

Simone Weil's complexity

Excerpt of Shakespeare Was A Woman & Other Heresies

The idea of a female Shakespeare

The New Historia Salutes Mary Hays (1759-1843)

Celebrating the 264th Birthday of Mary Hays

Celebrating “Shirzan”: Iranian Women’s Fight for Justice

The Collective Force of Iranian Women

Mary Hays: Transforming the Meaning of Woolf’s 'A Room of One’s Own'

The idea of being free

Remembering Michelle Materre

Michelle, we miss you

Smashing misogyny since 2022

Celebrating International Women's Day and The New Historia's one-year birthday (and the launch of the New Historia store).

Poetry and Archaeology: Catoctin SlaveSpeak

Public art for an expanded audience

The Long Tradition of Feminism in Europe: Christine de Pizan

Christine de Pizan's contributions

Writing About Women in the History of Political Thought: Do’s and Don’ts

Mistakes that don’t get pointed out will remain

A Comforting Voice From Afar

What does Christine de Pizan mean to me?

Kari Krome: The Spark that Set Off the Cherry Bomb

Setting the wheels of rock and roll herstory in motion

The World Wide Witching Hour

Women of their own magic

Introducing Dr. Antonia Pantoja

Dr. Antonia Pantoja and her feminist life

She Who Wrote: Enheduanna and Women of Mesopotamia

She Who Wrote: Enheduanna and Women of Mesopotamia, ca. 3400–2000 BC

Manipur’s Women’s Wars

Indigenous women’s resistance

The two Queen Elizabeths: the end of the second Elizabethan Age

Story of Queen Elizabeth I & II

Patching up Women’s Writing From the Past

A special collective persistence

Female Stories Inscribed in Bones and Teeth

Finding mothers In the archaeological record

Lilli Alanen and Descartes’s Concept of Mind

Alanen’s philosophical work

Lysimache, or how to read a New Historia schema

The Story of Lysimache

The Revival of Women’s Voices: Creating a Literary Sisterhood

Connecting interweaving memories

Royal Women: From the Obvious to the Invisible

The history of royal Women

How Women’s Roles Are Diminished in Ancient Biblical Texts

A fading presence

Restoring Visibility: Promoting Women Artists of the Past

The mission of Art Herstory

Self-Harm and Reading Scars with Margery Kempe

Markings on a woman’s body

Hell Must Break Before I Am Lost

H.D. Reimagines the Classics

Testimony of History: Finding Solidarity with Women Across Time

Tapping the unlettered past

Searching for Ruth

My great-grandmother Ruth Standish Baldwin

Susan Brownmiller’s Radical Life

How one woman came to feminism

Feminist Biography and the Privilege of Appearing in the Archive

The archive and the unfamous

Abelard, Heloise, and a Woman’s Role in Church

On the Church and patriarchy

Welcome to The New Historia

An introduction to the platform

A Dream Deterred

Afghani women today

Knowledge Not Yet Formed

On knowledge-ordering systems

It’s Not the First Time. It’s the Thousandth Time.

On the female abyss