Stooping Heads And Aspiring Shoulders: An Analysis Of William Whately’S 1617 Pamphlet “A Bride-Bush”, 2020 University of Maryland - Baltimore County
Stooping Heads And Aspiring Shoulders: An Analysis Of William Whately’S 1617 Pamphlet “A Bride-Bush”, Meredith Power
2020 JHU Richard Macksey National Undergraduate Humanities Research Symposium
The Protestant Reformation in England began with Henry VIII's Great Matter in the early 1500s. Almost a century later, British society's understanding of what made a good and happy marriage had evolved alongside the broader shifts in church doctrine, and Puritan factions began to splinter from mainstream Anglican practices and teachings. Writing in 1617 from the Protestant stronghold of Oxfordshire, an influential minister named William Whately offered newlyweds and engaged couples advice regarding their duties to each other and to their community. This 'Bride-bush,' as he called it, sought to make marriage "a great Helpe" for those who ...
201— American Influence On Japanese Birth Control, 2020 SUNY Geneseo
201— American Influence On Japanese Birth Control, Rachel Brooks, Kassidy Schad, Katherine Collins, Katie De Onis
The birth control pill was legalized in the United States in 1965, and 34 years later, in 1999, the birth control pill was legalized in Japan. For decades, Japan clung to pronatalist ideas for moral and economic reasons; preventing births and abortions were not socially acceptable actions. Furthermore, a decreased birth rate was considered an economic threat, as a smaller workforce would seemingly result in decreased productivity. Despite the negative preconceptions about the effects of birth control being long-held in Japanese society, activists, such as Margaret Sanger and Shidzue Ishimoto, disputed them by opposing the government's censorship policies. Activists ...
Politicizing A Private Choice: How Interest Groups Draw Political Identity From Roe V. Wade And The Abortion Debate, 2020 University of Nevada Las Vegas
Politicizing A Private Choice: How Interest Groups Draw Political Identity From Roe V. Wade And The Abortion Debate, Michelle "Meg" Brown
Calvert Undergraduate Research Awards
Advanced Undergraduate Winner
This paper applies Henri Tajfel’s “social identity theory” to the history of abortion politics, explaining the origins of pro-life, conservative Christian identity as part of a deliberate interest group agenda. For most of the nineteenth century, abortions were legal and governed by English common law. As inherently private procedures, abortions were not discussed in public life, nor were they considered a political concern. The first anti-abortion campaign was led by professionally motivated physicians who succeeded in illegalizing abortion by 1900. Powerful, nation-wide pro-life initiatives rooted in a moral concern for human life formalized only after the ...
100— Women In Labor Unions, 2020 SUNY Geneseo
100— Women In Labor Unions, Shannon Norton, George Macko, Jonell Maldonado, Christian French
This poster will discuss the activism of women during the Labor Movement in the 19th and 20th centuries. It will cover specific unions consisting of Asian and Jewish American women. We focused on issues such as improved wages and working conditions for immigrant workers, and the representation of minority groups within larger labor unions. These issues are supported by documents including newspaper clippings, photos of parades and protests, and personal letters between labor activists
098— The Misrepresentation Of Native American Women In The Media And Their Social Activism Against Violence And Mistreatment, Emma Meeks, Allison Pajda, Bridget Marshall
This poster takes a look at the myths and stereotypes surrounding Native American women in media and throughout history. In this poster, we examine the work that Native American women have done in social movements such as #TakingBackTigerLilly and #NotYourMascot, that are working towards dispelling the stereotypes and false impressions surrounding them. This poster also examines the violence that native women are exposed to and their social activism through movements. These movements are meant to show people the truth about the violent acts that affect native women and their communities.
Catherine Miligan Mclane, 2020 Longwood University
Catherine Miligan Mclane, Kayla Webb, Cullen True, Mel Flippen
Spring Showcase for Research and Creative Inquiry
This project will explore the life of Catherine Milligan McLane, a member of the suffrage movement in Baltimore, Maryland. This presentation is a contribution to the Online Biographical Dictionary of the Woman Suffrage Movement in the United States. This is the 100th year anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment to the United States’ Constitution. This presentation will also include a brief family history of Mrs. McLane. Throughout this process we have found evidence of Mrs. McLane’s life, such as letters, newspapers, and several archives that led us to books such as “Woman’s Who’s Who of ...
Why A Woman Was Against Her Own Equality: Understanding Phyllis Schlafly's Opposition To The Equal Rights Amendment, Bailey Iaccarino
Transformations: Research Papers
This paper analyzes right-wing women’s resistance to the Equal Rights Amendment by using Phyllis Schlafly as a case study. It questions her reasoning, and by extension the anti-ERA women she represents, for opposing an amendment widely understood to make progress toward achieving gender equality. This analysis asserts that Schlafly denounced the amendment because she believed it would attack the rights of housewives, give the federal government excessive power, and hurt women already equal before the law in the ways that mattered. Books and articles about conservative women’s stance against leftist women’s movements and interviews where Schlafly discussed ...
“Making The World A Better Place To Live In”: Hattiesburg Women’S Literary Organizations And The Formation Of A Progressive Southern City, 1884-1945, 2020 The University of Southern Mississippi
“Making The World A Better Place To Live In”: Hattiesburg Women’S Literary Organizations And The Formation Of A Progressive Southern City, 1884-1945, Daniella Kawa
This study examines the activity and impact of white women’s literary clubs in Hattiesburg, Mississippi between 1884 and the end of World War II in 1945. This project examines to what extent women adhered to or broke away from societal norms of the time by involving themselves in intellectually stimulating groups with other women, especially in response to rapidly changing standards of femininity and womanhood during the Progressive era. Women’s literary clubs reveal patterns of women moving out of the home and into a public role, in addition to signifying the new ways in which women fit themselves ...
Amjambo Africa! (April 2020), 2020 University of Southern Maine
Amjambo Africa! (April 2020), Kathreen Harrison
In This Issue...
ILAP on TPS for Somalia.............p. 2
From Camden to Portland........p. 10
Cultivating Community............p. 14
Amjambo Africa for Teachers..p. 15
FAQ about COVID-19..............p. 16
Food Resources ...................p. 20/21
Miss Muslimah 2020 .................p. 22
US-Canada border crossings ...p. 22
Encoding Prose: The Complete Letters Of Willa Cather A Literary Project In Digital Humanities, 2020 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Encoding Prose: The Complete Letters Of Willa Cather A Literary Project In Digital Humanities, Gayle Lynn Rocz, Simone Droge
UCARE Research Products
The purpose of this study is to further the progress of annotating and sharing renowned Nebraskan author Willa Cather’s correspondence through digital means. I will do this by assisting the current team at the Willa Cather Archive with their project titled The Complete Letters of Willa Cather. The team behind this project has made about 1,600 letters available to the public, and they estimate that by 2022 over 3,000 letters will be accessible through their website. Many libraries, foundations, and collections throughout the United States have cooperated with the project to allow Cather’s work and life ...
Marriage And Motherhood: The Moral Connection Between “The Heptameron” By Marguerite De Navarre And “The Lessons Of Anne Of France”, Sophie Klieger
Senior Theses and Projects
No abstract provided.
Sentiment Analysis Of William Cranch's Petitions For Freedom Court Reports Using Python And Vader., 2020 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Sentiment Analysis Of William Cranch's Petitions For Freedom Court Reports Using Python And Vader., Anna Krause
UCARE Research Products
Text analysis from William Cranch's court reports on the 19th Century African American Petitions for Freedom. Cranch provided selected court reports and their full title, date, and document text was imported to a csv file. This data was then analyzed using Python and its multiple software libraries to clean and prepare the text. The VADER(Valence Aware Dictionary and sEntiment Reasoner) package was utilized to give a sentiment score to each body of text, then was compared and visualized with the entire corpus. Results showed that most court reports carried a high rate of positive sentiment.
The Advocation For Contraception In South Carolina: Planned Parenthood Around The Capital City In The Years Following The Pill, 2020 University of South Carolina - Columbia
The Advocation For Contraception In South Carolina: Planned Parenthood Around The Capital City In The Years Following The Pill, Madison A. Lee
Contraception became revolutionized with the emergence of the birth control pill. As of 1965, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the legalization of the pill to be prescribed to married women. Finally, women were able to take birth control, and their lives, into their own hands. However, in the areas surrounding Columbia, South Carolina, advocates for contraception faced a variety of challenges in encouraging support for birth control in their local community from the 1960’s through mid 1970’s. This time period was marked by the beginning of desegregation following the Civil Rights Act and abolishment of Jim ...
A Space Of Their Own: Women's Political Involvement In 1790s United States Capitals, 2020 William & Mary
A Space Of Their Own: Women's Political Involvement In 1790s United States Capitals, Tessa Payer
Undergraduate Honors Theses
This thesis explores women’s political involvement in 1790s United States capitals through their use of space. First exploring the parlor and dining room, then the bedroom, and finally spaces outside the home, the various ways women engaged with politics, visualized American identity, and redefined their role during this formative period are exposed. Though women may not have had the vote in the 1790s, this thesis shows that they were still political actors, incredibly important to the development of the United States.
The Second Wave In Secondary Schools: Textbooks And Standards On The Feminist Movement, 2020 DePauw University
The Second Wave In Secondary Schools: Textbooks And Standards On The Feminist Movement, Melissa Browning
Honor Scholar Theses
No abstract provided.
Spiders In A Window: How Dangerous Stories Lead To Dangerous Women, 2020 Ouachita Baptist University
Spiders In A Window: How Dangerous Stories Lead To Dangerous Women, Mattie Mae Motl
Christian women have been marginalized, suppressed, and forgotten by Christian men for centuries. In many cases, these actions are polite when compared to the horrors which self-proclaimed Christ-followers have afflicted on women. Countless sexual abuse cases have been discovered within the walls of the Southern Baptist Church, and the headlines have not stopped printing. Articles from major news outlets such as the Houston Chronicle and San Antonio Express-News have revealed that Southern Baptist pastors, youth leaders, and deacons have assaulted hundreds of women over the past twenty years—and those numbers only include the women who are confident enough to ...
The Public Secret And Private Pain Of Wartime Sexual Violence: Comparing The Heroinat Memorial And The 2020 Newborn Monument From The Perspective Of Ngos In Kosovo, Martha Beliveau
Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection
In a rare year where there are two monuments dedicated to survivors of wartime sexual violence in Kosovo, the permanent Heroinat Memorial and the year-long Newborn Monument have different approaches and effects in their processes of commemorating wartime sexual violence. This paper approaches a comparison of these two monuments through four interviews with representatives of women-centered civil society organizations in Pristina, Kosovo. This paper finds that the Heroinat Memorial and the 2020 theme of the Newborn Monument are sites of contested meanings, because of the different approaches of each respective monument, each of the monuments’ gendered implications, and the implications ...
American Business Women's Association - Kentucky Colonel Chapter (Mss 693), 2020 Western Kentucky University
American Business Women's Association - Kentucky Colonel Chapter (Mss 693), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
MSS Finding Aids
Finding aid only for Manuscripts Collection 693. Minutes, financial papers, scrapbooks, programs, newsletters and various other organizational papers from Bowling Green, Kentucky’s Kentucky Colonel chapter of the American Business Women’s Association.
La Princesse Adrosis Fille De L'Empereur Hadrien: Sainte Et Martyre, Laila Fares
Showcase of Faculty Scholarly & Creative Activity
Le présent ouvrage est l’ensemble de leçons hebdomadaires que j’enseignai il y a quatorze ans. Le vif intérêt que témoignèrent mes étudiants à la princesse Adrosis m’avait encouragé à poursuivre l’histoire en prose, au-delà du petit poème que j’avais composé en 2003 au jour de sa fête célébrée au synexaire copte le 18 Hathor. Les questions de compréhension et de réflexion qui suivent chaque leçon peuvent servir dans un but didactique ou ludique. Vous pouvez en faire une activité de loisir ou d’enseignement pour l’édification et le développement spirituel de vos étudiants. L ...
Amjambo Africa! (March 2020), 2020 University of Southern Maine
Amjambo Africa! (March 2020), Kathreen Harrison
In This Issue...
Why participate in the Census ..p. 4
City Announces Expo Grants .....p. 6
Justice for Women.......................p. 9
Fulbright Scholar Escajeda .........p. 9
Portland Adult Ed .....................p. 11
English Classes...........................p. 14
Musician Angelikah Fahray.......p. 19