A young and statuesque Native American woman risks her life and the anger of her powerful father for a handsome and daring Englishman who sounds strangely like Mel Gibson. They are parted by culture and circumstance after a brief brush with romance, though not before belting out a few songs that move the plot along.… MORE
Sarah Moazeni is a masters student in the NYU History program and the Palmer School of Library and Information Science. She is the reference associate at the Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives. Sarah is interested in 17th century New England, gender, critical race theory, sex and sexuality, and digital humanities. She gets angry at television programs and movies that claim to be historical and talks back to them. Maybe that's why no one will watch Outlander with her.