officers of the group in front of their Washington headquarters, circa 1920s. They are holding a banner emblazoned with a quote from suffragist Susan B. Anthony: "No self-respecting woman should wish or work for the success of a party that ignores her sex." The first gathering devoted to women’s rights in the United States was held July 19–20, 1848, in Seneca Falls, New York. The principal organizers of the Seneca Falls Convention were Elizabeth Cady Stanton, a mother of four from upstate New York,
Individualism revival of ancient Roman culture. 1. Literature specifically concerned with the nature of individuality emerged. 2. Renaissance people believed in individual will and genius. C. Humanism 1. Italians collected ancient manuscripts and monuments, and copied the ancient Roman lifestyle. 2. The study of the classics led to humanism, an emphasis on human beings. a. Humanists sought to understand human nature through a study of pagan and classical authors and Christian thought. b.
inevitable. Recount and understand the basic history of theatre in ancient Egypt: Between 3500 and 3000 BCE, cities grew in Egypt, and they had formed an effective central gov’t, was a major center of civilization (forms of writing and elaborate monuments were erected). Most information used in studies of ancient Egypt comes from the hieroglyphics, decorations and artifacts prerved from great pyramids built as tombs for the pharaohs and in the temples dedicated to the numerous Egyptian Gods (many
worthy of America's greatness. Those Founders are equally familiar. Washington and Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin and James Madison, Sam and John Adams, Patrick Henry and Alexander Hamilton: in the popular mind this band of worthies, more marble monuments than mere mortals, guides America towards its grand destiny with a sure and steady hand. "[F]or the vast majority of contemporary Americans," writes historian Joseph Ellis, the birth of this nation is shrouded by "a golden haze or halo."(1) So easy
value as a child, relationships, communication of personal and group identity. Legitimize political leaders, political resistance and social change (such as graffiti) and art done during times of war. Performance Arts: music, dance, theatre, rhetoric, narration, etc. Ethnomusicology: cross-cultural study of music links cultural anthropology and musicology. - Studies music both from technical aspects (sound) and cultural context (meaning). Trinidad Carnival October 20 Trinidad Carnival:
about political party bureaucracies, he states: In normal times such a bureaucratic apparatus, more or less consistently developed, controls the party's course, including the vitally important nomination of candidates. However, in times of great public excitement, charismatic leaders may emerge even in solidly bureaucratized parties, as was demonstrated by Roosevelt's campaign in 1912. If there is a “hero,” he will endeavor to break the technician's hold over the party by imposing plebiscitary