On this episode of Modern Notion Daily we talk to Jenny Price, a writer, artist, and environmental humanities scholar. She thinks that historians and artists bring new questions—and new perspectives—to discussions about the environment and climate change. We talk to contributing editor Mark Hay about Oneida, the cult that gave rise to a popular American cutlery company. And we hear the voices of some of our nation’s first women voters in a story from Sandra Sleight-Brennan.

(Sleight-Brennan’s feature is funded, in part, by the Ohio Humanities Council, a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.)