Link Roundup #21: Lizzo, Beyoncé, Antidepressants & the End Times

  • Miss Millennium: Beyoncé [GQ]

  • Elements of Indigenous style: A guide for writing by and about Indigenous people (book review) [The International Journal of Information, Diversity, & Inclusion]

  • What big history says about how royal women exercise power [Aeon]

  • Lizzo: The fabulous freestyle rapper from Houston hits the highway to pop superstardom [The Gentlewoman]

  • In defense of antidepressants: The backlash against antidepressants results from a suspicion of medicine, and misunderstands the very nature of depression [Aeon]

  • You Are Doing Something Important When You Aren’t Doing Anything: We need to rest, to read, to reconnect. It is the invisible labor that makes creative life possible [The New York Times]

  • The end times are here, and I am at Target: On the strange experience of living through the only accurate doomsday prediction [The Outline]

  • Sex, Lies, and Human Resources [Esquire]

  • CHANGING THE CULTURE: Report of the Universities UK Taskforce examining violence against women, harassment and hate crime affecting university students [Universities UK]

  • Public Libraries and Homelessness: Connecting Vulnerable Patrons to Needed Resources [UH Scholarspace]