Four of our journalists, who are also published authors, think you should read these books, too.
For her first big museum show in the United States, Ms. Huanca updates the tradition of body art.
“Beneath the Tamarind Tree,” by Isha Sesay, weaves an account of the Nigerian girls’ kidnapping with the story of her own mother, another African girl determined to get an education.
To write her book, Lisa Taddeo spent thousands of hours over eight years getting to know her subjects in an effort to understand their erotic yearnings and obsessions.
Complex themes of black isolation, motherhood, white entitlement, pain and humor course through her character.
Laughs, learning, inspiration: These podcasts are by, for or about women (or all three). And, they’re great!
The swimming pool scene, a symbol of summer and male desire, gets an infusion of female fantasy.
A rediscovered diary, now at the Museum of the American Revolution, sheds light on the life of Deborah Sampson, who fought in the Continental Army.
A new award aims to shine a light on a gender imbalance in photography.