Artist Dawit Petros, 1900s Sexual Revolution, Jorge Arana's 'Mammoth' | KCUR

Artist Dawit Petros, 1900s Sexual Revolution, Jorge Arana's 'Mammoth'

From "The Stranger's Notebook," this is "Untitled (Prologues) Nouadhibou," by Dawit Petros, 2016, archival color pigment prints.
Credit Courtesy of the artist and Tiwani Contemporary, London

When you think sexual revolution, you're probably thinking of the 1960s or 1970s, right? Well, it began much earlier than that. KU sociologist Brian Donovan's new book explores the implications of sex crime trials in the 1900s.

We also meet Canadian artist and Kenyan refugee Dawit L. Petros, whose photographs are currently on display at the H&R Block Artspace.

And, in the latest Story of a Song, musician Jorge Arana brings monsters to life with "Mammoth."

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