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Jewish American Women's Autobiography: Mary Antin to Golda Meir
Throughout the twentieth century, the United States experienced vast changes such as large-scale immigration, world wars, and civil rights movements. The effects of these changes on minorities, women, and especially ...
Serpentine Images of Power: Benevolent and Malevolent Depictions of Snakes in the Minoan, Greek, and Roman World
The image of the snake evokes the same terror and awe today as it did in the ancient Mediterranean world. In the mythology, literature, and religious traditions of the Greek and Roman sphere, snakes were understood to ...
Eves, Angels or Human Beings: G.K. Chesterton's Female Characters
G.K. Chesterton remains one of the most heralded authors of the twentieth century. However, his views on “The Woman Question,” as outlined in his polemical essays, invite skepticism at best. In order to provide a more ...