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U.S. History, Labor, and Equality Questions

who threatened the racial caste system for that matter (747). When threats failed to yield results, planters could call upon the p...

Women as Viewed by D.H. Lawrence

In five pages women's status during the time of D.H. Lawrence is considered in an exploration of his view of them as reflected in ...

Mill Verses Tennyson Verses Gaskell, A Comparison of The Subjection of Women, The Princess and North and South

This six page paper considers the societal roles expected of Victorian women. John Stewart Mill, Tennyson, and Elizabeth Gaskell ...

Early History of Women's Subjugation

In three pages this paper presents a brief overview of women's subjugation from the ancient period until the 17th century. One so...

Women's Alcohol Consumption in the 19th Century

This 5 page paper examines the extent of alcohol use among women in the 19th century. The writer pays special attention to the tem...

Women's Contributions and Democracy in America by Alexis de Tocqueville

to drop, though it often seems to hold them loosely." He admires them for these qualities and then discusses how the American peop...

Solving the Problem of the Homemaker in Feminist Culture

most comfortable for her. This is true whether an individual woman chooses to take work outside her home as the CEO of the worlds...

Book Review of Rosalind Rosenberg's Divided Lives, American Women in the Twentieth Century

to be the homemakers, the wives, the mothers, the caregivers. Women were alternately placed on a pedestal and held in subservienc...

Japan and Gender Differences

were related to religion. Certain scripture regularly challenged women to disprove that they were inferior-to not agree was heres...

1930s' Views on US Society and Women

proof! Look at the inroads that are being made in regard to the problem of racism! Look at the growing realization that beauty i...

Black Beauty by Anna Sewell

This book review pertains to Anna Sewell's Black Beauty, a novel that describes animal rights abuses in the nineteenth century as ...

Twentieth Century Gender History

This paper presents an overview of the 20th century events that changed the way society perceives and understands gender and women...

Women's Power Women's Passion by Patricia L. Hunter

humankind, then all women, regardless of ethnicity, class, varying abilities, or sexual orientation, are a part of Gods very good ...

Grace Nichol's Collection The Fat Black Woman's Poems

seems to address in her works include that of lost culture and a sense of longing to return to a time which is perceived to be mor...

Black Spiritual's Significance

time on their own to form cultural groups (1988). Piersen contends that New Englands black population was the most assimilated out...

Randy Albeda and Chris Tilly's Glass Ceilings and Bottomless Pits Women's Work, Women's Poverty

blight on one of the strongest and wealthiest nations on Earth. The problems associated with poverty are tremendously complex and...

Black Literature and the Influence of the Black Panthers

In five pages this paper discusses how black literature was influenced by the late 20th century's Black Panther party. Five sourc...

17th Century America and Black Slavery

no sunlight and been fed only enough to keep them alive. This journey, however, was likely just the beginning of the trials and t...

3 Generations of a Black Woman's Family and the Transmission of Personal Identity and Strength

out. My grandmother had little education in the formal sense yet she had overwhelming common sense. She learned to appreciate th...

Black and Latina Definitions of Women in Deliver Us from Eva and Real Women Have Curves

simply to, "Just work" (Real Women Have Curves). This suggests that Latinas are expected to know their place - at the lowest rung...

Latin America and Female Travelers During the Nineteenth Century

gender, class and historical events, and few women were given the opportunity to travel ... Traveling, for women, has been forever...

African American Imagery in the Nineteenth Century

or by those whose paintings are still recalled and researched. It indicates that although some struggles to free African Americans...

Emecheta/2nd Class Citizen

brother. As with all female orphans, she becomes a "servant" in her uncles household (Emecheta, 1983, p. 17). Her uncles family co...

Lystra's "Searching The Heart" - Analysis

in what was historically thought of as a straitlaced society. Lystra (1996) - assistant professor at California State University ...

Antislavery: Slave Narratives And Abolitionists

no uncertain terms gave all people unalienable rights including life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness? The American Di...

Wier/Tehano

is one that ties the two brothers together, although neither one of them realizes it. Each fears his own cowardice and has to ov...

Edward Jones/The Known World

As this suggests, the novel abounds in paradoxes. Moses, the cruel overseer, did not murder his wife and child, but actually sent ...

Women's Status and the Views of Plato

In ten pages The Republic is examined in a consideration of how Plato regarded women's status and the issue of equality. There ar...

Clinical and Institutional Views on Women's Health

In the research environment, women now have fighters in their corner. When Dr. Bernadine Healy was appointed chair of the Nationa...

Assimilation and Conflict in the Western Settlement

a progression of Indian emigration into the central plains and western regions of the country, based not only the movement of whit...