Women Of The Incan Empire: Before And After The Conquest Of Peru, 2016 Southern Adventist Univeristy
Women Of The Incan Empire: Before And After The Conquest Of Peru, Sarah A. Hunt
This paper contrasts the life of Incan women before and after the Spanish conquest of Peru by Pizarro. Spanish colonization of Peru had a significant, negative impact on Incan women, across social, economic, and religious sectors. Before the conquest, women held fairly complimentary, rather than subordinate roles to men in society. Spanish rule introduced a strict patriarchy, which reduced Incan women to second-class citizens. The Spanish exploited women within the economy, and destroyed the once revered female religious institutions. Examining women in conquest history provides an intimate look at gender and power relations, socio-economics, and the shifting familial and cultural ...
Imagery And Objectification: A Study Of Early Modern Queenship, 2016 East Tennessee State University
Imagery And Objectification: A Study Of Early Modern Queenship, Heather R. Geiter
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Queen Anne Boleyn (~1507-1536) failed to meet social norms during her time as Queen Consort to Henry VIII (1491-1548). By tracing concepts of queenship through the works of Chrétien de Troyes, Andreas Capellanus, Thomas Malory, and Juan Luis Vives this thesis demonstrates how Anne united the office of queen and mistress to bring her downfall and introduce a new construct of queenship.
A Tale Of Two Sisters: Family Histories From The Strait Salish Borderlands, 2016 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
A Tale Of Two Sisters: Family Histories From The Strait Salish Borderlands, Katrina Jagodinsky
Faculty Publications, Department of History
Based on legal and genealogical records, this microhistory chronicles the difficult choices between whiteness and Indianness made by two Salish sisters and their biracial children in order to maintain their kinship networks throughout the Salish Sea borderlands between 1865 and 1919. While some of these choices obscured individual family members from historical records, reading their lives in tandem with other family members’ histories reveals remarkable persistence in the midst of dramatic racial and political transformation. Focused primarily on San Juan Island residents, this article suggests that indigenous and interracial family histories of the Pacific Northwest and other borderland regions in ...
Nocquet, Emilie, 1830?-1883 (Sc 3020), 2016 Western Kentucky University
Nocquet, Emilie, 1830?-1883 (Sc 3020), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
MSS Finding Aids
Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 3020. Letters of Emilie Nocquet, Chicago, Illinois, to Catherine Gerard, Bowling Green, Kentucky. On 19 September 1865, she writes of her family in New Albany, Indiana, her husband’s business, and her affection for Catherine’s young daughter. On 22 February 1866, she relates further news of her family and husband, and wonders if Catherine has another baby; in light of her delicate health, she suggests that Catherine send her husband “trav[e]ling” and offers to help “give him a good whip[p]ing.”
Sacrificing Our Daughters: Changing Perceptions Of Prostitution In Iowa, 1880-1915, 2016 Iowa State University
Sacrificing Our Daughters: Changing Perceptions Of Prostitution In Iowa, 1880-1915, Hope C. Mitchell
Ankeny native Hope Mitchell was this year’s recipient of the Iowa History Center’s annual award for the Outstanding Master’s Thesis in Iowa History. Mitchell received her MA in history from Iowa State University in the spring of 2014 and was recognized for her thesis, “Sacrificing our Daughters: Changing Perceptions of Prostitution in Iowa, 1880-1915.” Not only was she honored by the Center with a plaque and $1,000 prize, she was also featured in a front-page article in the Des Moines Register. Mitchell’s study focused on prostitution in Des Moines and examined the city’s changing ...
The National Dorothea Dix Memorial Association, 2016 University of New England
The National Dorothea Dix Memorial Association, The National Dorothea Dix Memorial Association
Dorothea Lynde Dix Pamphlets
Brochure for the National Dorothea Dix Memorial Association, containing a short bio of Dix as well as an invitation to join the Association.
Teacher Of America's Legislatures, 2016 University of New England
Teacher Of America's Legislatures, Raymond Schuessler
Dorothea Lynde Dix Pamphlets
Photocopy of article by Raymond Schuessler about Dorothea Dix and her work "humanizing the care of the insane." From the Nov-Dec 1978 issue of the NRTA Journal.
Eastern State Penitentiary Admission Book A, 2016 American Philosohical Society Library
Eastern State Penitentiary Admission Book A, Scott Ziegler, Michelle Ziogas
The Magazine of Early American Datasets (MEAD)
Record of admission of prisoners number 20 through 1124, including name, crime, sentence, place of origin, race/ethnicity, time in and time out, and comments on moral and educational condition. Some also include notes on previous convictions or progress made while incarcerated. A typical entry: "No. 58, Dec. 14, 1830. Saml Davis, Mulatto, Rape 12 yrs. Exceedingly excited, Enraged at the Judge & threatened revenge, Swore if knife or Pistol could be had, would revenge his wrongs upon his prosecutor also had sold himself to the Devil & meant to rush on to hell for revenge -- did not wish to hear of ...
Eastern State Penitentiary Admission Book B, 2016 American Philosohical Society Library
Eastern State Penitentiary Admission Book B, Scott Ziegler, Michelle Ziogas
The Magazine of Early American Datasets (MEAD)
Record of admission of prisoners number 1125-1677, including name, crime, sentence, place of origin, race/ethnicity, time in and time out, and comments on moral and educational condition. Some also include notes on previous convictions or progress made while incarcerated.
Unconfessing Transgender: Dysphoric Youths And The Medicalization Of Madness In John Gower’S “Tale Of Iphis And Ianthe”, 2016 The George Washington University
Unconfessing Transgender: Dysphoric Youths And The Medicalization Of Madness In John Gower’S “Tale Of Iphis And Ianthe”, M W. Bychowski
On the brink of the twenty-first century, Judith Butler argues in “Undiagnosing Gender” that the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) defines the psychiatric condition of “Gender Identity Disorder” (or “Gender Dysphoria”) in ways that control biological diversity and construct “transgender” as a marginalized identity. By turning the study of gender away from vulnerable individuals and towards the broader systems of power, Butler works to liberate bodies from the medical mechanisms managing difference and precluding potentially disruptive innovations in forms of life and embodiment by creating categories of gender and disability.
Turning to the brink of the 15 ...
Women In The White House: How Gender-Based Obstacles Affected Edith Wilson And Hillary Rodham Clinton While First Ladies, 2016 Seattle Pacific University
Women In The White House: How Gender-Based Obstacles Affected Edith Wilson And Hillary Rodham Clinton While First Ladies, Hannah C. Monson
While there has never been a female president or vice president of the United States, a comparison of First Ladies offers a good case study on how far women have progressed in American politics. Through a comparison of Edith Wilson and Hillary Rodham Clinton, this study seeks to compare the gender-based obstacles for a First Lady at the beginning of the twentieth century and the end of the twentieth century. The analysis of this study shows that despite the progression of feminism over the past one hundred years, it remains just as difficult to be a woman in politics due ...
From “Destroying Angel” To “The Most Dangerous Woman In America”: A Study Of Mary Mallon’S Depiction In Popular Culture, 2016 University of Washington - Tacoma
From “Destroying Angel” To “The Most Dangerous Woman In America”: A Study Of Mary Mallon’S Depiction In Popular Culture, Claire Sandoval-Peck
History Undergraduate Theses
My paper examines the life of "Typhoid Mary" Mallon, and looks at how she has been depicted and vilified in popular culture. It asks why and how she has been remembered in history as the infamous “Typhoid Mary” and how her portrayal has been influenced by the attitudes and beliefs of the time and place of her life. I discuss her historical legacy through the lens of her three identities as a healthy carrier, Irish immigrant, and a working woman, researching both primary and secondary sources. Through exploring those subjects, I have concluded that the convergence of these three identities ...
C.L. Sonnichsen Special Collections Department Newsletter, 2016 University of Texas at El Paso
C.L. Sonnichsen Special Collections Department Newsletter, Special Collections Staff
No abstract provided.
Navigating Body, Class, And Disability In The Life Of Agnes Burns Wieck, 2016 University of Dayton
Navigating Body, Class, And Disability In The Life Of Agnes Burns Wieck, Caroline Waldron Merithew
The concerns expressed in Burns Wieck’s letter to Hapgood typify many of the issues that occupied her during the course of her life. She, like many Americans in the early twentieth century, thought that there were economic disparities as well as great cultural divisions between the working and middle classes in a capitalist system. Burns Wieck worried about how nature and environment shaped physical and emotional existence for her as a woman and as a worker.4 A question she asked about childbirth in her letter—“Why, oh why, can’t they find some way to humanize that experience ...
Anarchist Motherhood: Toward The Making Of A Revolutionary Proletariat In Illinois’ Coal Towns, 2016 University of Dayton
Anarchist Motherhood: Toward The Making Of A Revolutionary Proletariat In Illinois’ Coal Towns, Caroline Waldron Merithew
In the winter of 1900, several months before Leon Czolgosz assassinated U.S. President William McKinley for the cause of anarchy and for the love of Emma Goldman, a group of French-speaking and Italian women residing in northern Illinois’s coal-mining communities formed a club, Il Gruppo Femminile Luisa Michel, and began to put egalitarian theory into practice.
One of the women’s first acts of rebellion was a challenge to the all-male Prosperity Club – an anarchist saloon and a key venue of radical culture and activism in the region. With the help of some sympathetic members, Luisa Michel planned ...
Louise Destrehan Harvey: A Pioneer Business Woman In The Nineteenth Century New Orleans, Louisiana, 2016 University of New Orleans
Louise Destrehan Harvey: A Pioneer Business Woman In The Nineteenth Century New Orleans, Louisiana, Judy H. Pinter
University of New Orleans Theses and Dissertations
No abstract provided.
Femininity And Higher Education: Women At Ontario Universities, 1890 To 1920, 2016 The University of Western Ontario
Femininity And Higher Education: Women At Ontario Universities, 1890 To 1920, Marilla Mccargar
Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository
This dissertation examines the experiences of women studying at six institutions of higher education from 1890 to 1920. The universities include Queen’s University in Kingston, The University of Western Ontario in London, the University of Toronto and its affiliates Victoria University, University College, and Trinity College in Toronto. While pioneering women who attended universities in the 1880s were opposed by people who believed a belief that women’s intellects were inferior to men’s, women in this study faced the belief that by engaging in the “masculine” pursuit of higher education they risked their future as wives and mothers ...
Women, The Church And Equality: The Religious Paradox, 2016 State University of New York College at Buffalo - Buffalo State College
Women, The Church And Equality: The Religious Paradox, Donna M. Nowak
ABSTRACT OF THESIS
Let your women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted unto them to speak; but they are commanded to be under obedience as also saith the law. And if they will learn anything, let them ask their husbands at home: for it is a shame for women to speak in the church.
Traditional religion and biblical interpretation helped to cement the passive role of women in the United States for hundreds of years. The emergence of spiritualism and communal societies, however, challenged the traditional role of women, and the very fabric of American ...
Constructing Marianismo In Colonial Mexico, 2016 University of Tennessee
Constructing Marianismo In Colonial Mexico, Kathryn A. Buchanan
University of Tennessee Honors Thesis Projects
No abstract provided.
Pearls And Politics: White Clubwomen’S Activism In The Postwar South, 2016 The University of Southern Mississippi
Pearls And Politics: White Clubwomen’S Activism In The Postwar South, Kelly E. Liles
Elite white women’s organizations, such as the League of Women Voters, the Daughters of the American Revolution, and the American Association of University Women, provide a unique perspective on history. These political women’s clubs, which range from liberal to conservative, are discussed in the context of how they responded to the postwar era of McCarthyism and the Civil Rights Movement. These women wanted to become respected political actors; however, they understood this was only achieved in a manner that was considered acceptable for women. This study begins by analyzing who these women were, including their political inclinations and ...