Martyring the Maneaters, Matriarchs and Monsters in Patriarchal Greek Mythology

By Honor Rush Image Credit: Perseus Confronting Phineus with the Head of Medusa. Sebastiano Ricci. 1705–1710. Legends that speak of ancient worlds, fallen kingdoms, heroes, monsters, and the Gods have existed for millennia. They tell a story about historical epochs, and ancient cultures now lost to the past, but more interestingly, they offer insight into… Continue reading Martyring the Maneaters, Matriarchs and Monsters in Patriarchal Greek Mythology

To Murder a Statue: Mythological Re-Imaginings and Black Lives Matter

The recent destruction and vandalism of colonial sculptures across the globe both within and external of the Black Lives Matter movement have elicited a series of responses in regards to issues of race, marginalisation, and whether or not people should be destroying colonial statues.