To Her Credit: Historic Achievements--And the Women Who Actually Made Them Happen

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About the Author

Co-authors Kaitlin Culmo and Emily McDermott have long been friends. They met while studying at New York University, bonding over shared interests at the intersections of literature and culture, feminism and social theory.

Kaitlin Culmo is from Miami, Florida, and is currently based in Santa Barbara, California. Her writing and visual storytelling focuses on history and culture. She is a graduate of New York University's Gallatin School of Individualized Study.

Emily McDermott lives in Berlin, Germany, and is an independent writer and editor with a focus on visual art and culture. Her writing has been published by numerous magazines, including Wallpaper*, Elle, i-D, W Magazine, Frieze, and ArtReview, among others, and translated into Japanese, Chinese, Czech and German. She has worked on editing projects for institutions and companies such as TASCHEN, Vitra, Art Basel, Design Hotels, David Chipperfield Architects, and the BMW Art Guide. She was a Fulbright fellow in 2016-17 and was previously the digital art, music, and nightlife editor at Interview magazine in New York City.

Kezia Gabriella is an art director and illustrator based in Singapore. She is known for her bold and vibrant practice that explores the theme of human connection through abstract shapes and irregular character design. She works with both digital and traditional mediums, and has collaborated with multiple global brands, including Apple, Nike, Rimowa, Refinery29, WeTransfer, and Medium. Her work has been recognized with awards from the World Illustration Awards, D&AD, the 4A's, Marketing Interactive, and the Institute of Advertising, Singapore.

With references, notes and an index, plus beautiful illustrations, this book would be perfect for high school or first- or second-year college students seeking a well-rounded view of history. An inspiring read. - Library Journal