Tag Archives: World War II

Lucy the Luthier

by William Van Vugt. Everyone knows about Rosie the Riveter, the iconic woman immortalized in the famous Norman Rockwell painting. She’s taking a lunch break, her muscular arm holding a sandwich, her heavy steam-powered riveter resting on her lap, and … Continue reading

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Summer Reading: On the Great Lakes and Gibson Guitars

The blog has been on hiatus for the summer. Most of the department faculty have been away on research trips or vacation, or buried deep in research. Summer is also a good time to catch up on reading, though; over … Continue reading

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