Peggy O’Donnell is a historian and writer. Her writing — on human rights and care, as well as food, culture, motherhood, fashion, and gender — has recently appeared in Jezebel, History Workshop, the Chronicle of Higher Education, and Atlas Obscura. Peggy serves as a lecturer and the associate director of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of History at the University of Chicago.
Mayor Pete and the Millennial Paradox
Pete Buttigieg was a millennial who went home, but not because he needed to....