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Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology

2002

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Satisfying Williamsburg's "Meat Tooth": Butchers And Bones In Inter-Bellum Williamsburg, Virginia, Carrie Alblinger Jan 2002

Satisfying Williamsburg's "Meat Tooth": Butchers And Bones In Inter-Bellum Williamsburg, Virginia, Carrie Alblinger

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Domestic Brick Architecture In Early Colonial Virginia, Douglas E. Ross Jan 2002

Domestic Brick Architecture In Early Colonial Virginia, Douglas E. Ross

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Pig Remains At The Ashbridge Estate, Toronto: The Importance Of Swine In The Settlement Of Upper Canada, Joanna Elizabeth Reading Jan 2002

Pig Remains At The Ashbridge Estate, Toronto: The Importance Of Swine In The Settlement Of Upper Canada, Joanna Elizabeth Reading

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The Still Life: Domesticity, Subjectivity, And The Bachelor In Nineteenth-Century America, Matthew Cohen Jan 2002

The Still Life: Domesticity, Subjectivity, And The Bachelor In Nineteenth-Century America, Matthew Cohen

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"The Still Life" explores debates over single manhood in the culture of the nineteenth-century United States. Until recently, the "bachelor" was less an identifiable social type than a battleground for discourses of privacy and intimacy, sympathy and sentiment, and labor and leisure. Representations of the bachelor tended to excite readers' concerns about the relationships among emotion, public behavior, and intellectual prowess. Concentrating on constructions of the bachelor within specific discursive arenas, this dissertation examines "bachelorhood" as a way culture organized a wide range of ideologies and experiences. Though the bachelor's particular significance faded in the twentieth century, a conceptual ...