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Manipulating Images Of Women's Power In Elizabethen England: Elizabeth I, Spenser, And Shakespeare, Amanda Kaye Martin Dec 1999

Manipulating Images Of Women's Power In Elizabethen England: Elizabeth I, Spenser, And Shakespeare, Amanda Kaye Martin

Theses & Dissertations

This work celebrates the influence of Elizabeth I on Elizabethan society and literature. In the opening of his Shakespearean Negotiations. Stephen Greenblatt describes writing as an outlet for the dead to speak to the living through "textual traces of themselves" that "make themselves heard in the voices of the living". These textual traces form the foundation for the critical theory of New Historicism, which perceives such traces as a conduit for literary critics to learn about an author's view of the nation, and era, in which he or she lived. In "The Elizabethan Subject and the Spenserian Text," Louis ...


Feminist Scholarship Review: Gender And Sexuality Studies And The Liberal Arts Education, Beth Miller, Elisabeth Armstrong, Stephen Valocchi Oct 1999

Feminist Scholarship Review: Gender And Sexuality Studies And The Liberal Arts Education, Beth Miller, Elisabeth Armstrong, Stephen Valocchi

Feminist Scholarship Review

Published from 1991 through 2007 at Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, the Feminist Scholarship Review is a literary journal that describes women's experiences around the world. FSR began as a review of feminist scholarly material, but evolved into a journal for poetry and short stories


Analysis Of Feminism V, Ibpp Editor Oct 1999

Analysis Of Feminism V, Ibpp Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This is the last in a 5-part series on an analysis of feminism based on the research of Yvon Provençal. Dr. Provencal has been teaching philosophy at the Cégep de Granby (Québec) for nine years.


Service-Learning Is A Feminist Issue: Transforming Communication Pedagogy, Eleanor M. Novek Oct 1999

Service-Learning Is A Feminist Issue: Transforming Communication Pedagogy, Eleanor M. Novek

Service Learning, General

How do we "do" emancipatory feminist teaching when we have not observed it or experienced it ourselves? The author argues here that service-learning is a useful strategy for feminist communication educators to begin challenging the power relationships of traditional pedagogy. Pioneered in the 1960s and '70s, this pairing of traditional course work with community service is now used as a learning model in schools around the nation. Because service-learning allows educators to forge relational links between ourselves, our students, our neighbors, and the communities in which we live, it deserves careful consideration from feminist educators.


Analysis Of Feminism Iv, Ibpp Editor Sep 1999

Analysis Of Feminism Iv, Ibpp Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This is the fourth in a 5-part series on an analysis of feminism based on the research of Yvon Provençal. Dr. Provencal has been teaching philosophy at the Cégep de Granby (Québec) for nine years.


Analysis Of Feminism Iii, Ibpp Editor Sep 1999

Analysis Of Feminism Iii, Ibpp Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This is the third in a 5-part series on an analysis of feminism based on the research of Yvon Provençal. Dr. Provencal has been teaching philosophy at the Cégep de Granby (Québec) for nine years.


Analysis Of Feminism Ii, Ibpp Editor Sep 1999

Analysis Of Feminism Ii, Ibpp Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This is the second in a 5-part series on an analysis of feminism based on the research of Yvon Provençal. Dr. Provencal has been teaching philosophy at the Cégep de Granby (Québec) for nine years.


Analysis Of Feminism I, Ibpp Editor Sep 1999

Analysis Of Feminism I, Ibpp Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The article is part one of a five part series on an analysis of feminism based on the research of Yvon Provençal. Dr. Provencal has been teaching philosophy at the Cégep de Granby (Québec) for nine years.


Literature And Feminism: Critical Quests And Questions, Helen Petter Westra Sep 1999

Literature And Feminism: Critical Quests And Questions, Helen Petter Westra

Pro Rege

This paper was presented at Dordt College in Fall, 1998.


Modern Feminism, Religious Pluralism, And Scripture, Jo Ann Davidson Apr 1999

Modern Feminism, Religious Pluralism, And Scripture, Jo Ann Davidson

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Feminist Scholarship Review: Women And Philosophy, Drew Hyland, Helen Lang, Dan Lloyd Apr 1999

Feminist Scholarship Review: Women And Philosophy, Drew Hyland, Helen Lang, Dan Lloyd

Feminist Scholarship Review

Published from 1991 through 2007 at Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, the Feminist Scholarship Review is a literary journal that describes women's experiences around the world. FSR began as a review of feminist scholarly material, but evolved into a journal for poetry and short stories


Coercing Privacy, Anita L. Allen Mar 1999

Coercing Privacy, Anita L. Allen

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.


On Judging Epistemic Credibility: Is Social Identity Relevant?, Linda Martin Alcoff Jan 1999

On Judging Epistemic Credibility: Is Social Identity Relevant?, Linda Martin Alcoff

Philosophic Exchange

On what basis should we make an epistemic assessment of another’s authority to impart knowledge? Is social identity a legitimate feature to take into account when assessing epistemic reliability? This paper argues that, in some cases, social identity is a relevant feature to take into account in assessing a person’s credibility.


Modern Feminism, Religious Pluralism, And Scripture, Jo Ann Davidson Jan 1999

Modern Feminism, Religious Pluralism, And Scripture, Jo Ann Davidson

Jo Ann Davidson

No abstract provided.


Golden Cables Of Sympathy: The Transatlantic Sources Of Nineteenth-Century Feminism, Margaret H. Mcfadden Jan 1999

Golden Cables Of Sympathy: The Transatlantic Sources Of Nineteenth-Century Feminism, Margaret H. Mcfadden

Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

An intricate network of contacts developed among women in Europe and North America over the course of the nineteenth century. These women created virtual communities through communication, support, and a shared ideology. Forged across boundaries of nationality, language, ethnic origin, and even class, these connections laid the foundation for the 1888 International Council of Women and formed the beginnings of an international women's movement. This matrix extended throughout England and the Continent and included Scandinavia and Finland. In a remarkable display of investigative research, Margaret McFadden describes the burgeoning avenues of communication in the nineteenth century that led to ...


The Content And Process Of Women’S Decision-Making Viewed Through The Lenses Of Feminine/Feminist Ethics And Roman Catholicism, Nancy Parent Bancroft Jan 1999

The Content And Process Of Women’S Decision-Making Viewed Through The Lenses Of Feminine/Feminist Ethics And Roman Catholicism, Nancy Parent Bancroft

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this investigation was to expand the understanding of ethical decision-making by contributing women’s experiences and thoughts to the issue. Fifty women shared a decision that they had made or were in the process of making having to do with their health or reproductive life. The research method of phenomenology was used with the women in the semi-structured interviews in an attempt to capture the meaning that they gave both to what they paid attention to and to the process that they used in arriving at their decisions. After researchers gained as clear a rendering as possible ...


Believing In Equality: The Meanings Attached To ‘Feminism’ In Singapore, Lenore T. Lyons Jan 1999

Believing In Equality: The Meanings Attached To ‘Feminism’ In Singapore, Lenore T. Lyons

Faculty of Arts - Papers (Archive)

There have been a number of attempts in recent years to define the nature and character of ‘Asian feminism’. This article examines the way that Singaporean women who belong to the women’s organisation AWARE (Association of Women for Action and Research) understand the label ‘feminist’, both as a descriptor of their own political practice as well as that of the association. This study shows that for these women, claiming a feminist identity is fraught. Women in AWARE are caught between a public perception of feminism based on a western model, as well as the Singapore state’s own political ...


Reconciling Feminist Politics And Feminist Ethics On The Issue Of Rights, Samantha Brennan Dec 1998

Reconciling Feminist Politics And Feminist Ethics On The Issue Of Rights, Samantha Brennan

Samantha Brennan

No abstract provided.