Exhibition spotlights crashing waves, maritime voyages and seafaring vessels painted by Georgia O'Keeffe, Normal Rockwell and Jacob Lawrence
A new nonfiction release revisits the life of Mai, the first Pacific Islander to visit Britain
A nonprofit foundation purchased the objects, which were seized by British troops in 1868, with the aim of restituting them
Named after the Nahuatl word for "water," the sculpture will depict a member of the Mesoamerican Olmec civilization
New analysis of the 16th-century "Codex Telleriano-Remensis" reveals 12 references to the natural disasters
Elizabeth Johnson Jr. was sentenced to death in 1693 but escaped execution after receiving a reprieve from Massachusetts' governor
A 19th-century reporter’s invaluable guide offers a look at the earliest residents of the area surrounding the Tampa Bay
New research indicates that the Inca settlement was in continuous use from at least 1420 to 1530
Was La Malinche, Indigenous Interpreter for Conquistador Hernán Cortés, a Traitor, Survivor or Icon?
A new exhibition at the Denver Art Museum explores the legacy of an enslaved woman who aided Spain's conquest of the Americas
Critics cite the Berlin museum's ties to the country's colonialist past
Planners saw the region as a blank space ripe for transformation: the perfect canvas for imperial fantasies
The NYC cultural institution sent the objects to the Museo Nacional de Costa Rica as an "as an unrestricted gift"
Excavations on Big Talbot Island may have unearthed traces of Saraby, a 16th- or 17th-century Mocama community
Between 1904 and 1908, colonial forces murdered tens of thousands of Herero and Nama people
Long before Jodie Turner-Smith's miniseries came under criticism, British Indian actress Merle Oberon portrayed the Tudor queen
Archaeologists conducting excavations on the Dutch island of Sint Eustatius have discovered 48 skeletons to date
A Rijksmuseum exhibition explores the legacy of colonialism and misleading nature of the term "Dutch Golden Age"
A newly unveiled statue in the African country's capital honors an icon of resistance against British imperialism
The events highlight the complex legacy of 300 years of Spanish rule
Tsökahovi Tewanima held an American record in running for decades, but his training at the infamous Carlisle school kept him from his ancestral Hopi lands