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Native American Women in the European Atlantic World

This article considers the shifting dynamics of gender roles for Native American women during the cultural exchange with European colonialism. AUTHOR: LAUREN MILLER

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19th Century

Native American Women in the European Atlantic World

Upon the landing of the British and French in North America, the fates of those tribes already populating the country was bound to change dramatically. New fabrics, dyes, hunting tools, values, and, of course, diseases threatened the culture of the Native population. 1,746 more words

History

Shakespeare’s Life

Shakespeare’s Life

“All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players:
they have their exits and their entrances; and one man in his time… 1,091 more words

History

"I'm better than phone sex..."

Ok, so I lied, this post is (obviously) not about Captain America. The reason behind this crazy change of plans is the fact that I watched a truly amazing and hilarious film last night. 762 more words

Films

Free to Fall by Lauren Miller // Dystopian Kickassness

Free to Fall, by Lauren Miller                          Publication: May 13, 2014, by HarperTeen   Genre: Young Adult Fiction, Dystopian, Romance, Science-Fiction                                 Pages: 469                                                           Format: Paperback                                                 Source: Borrowed                                             … 706 more words

2015 Reads

Victim's roommate, friend of Vandenburg testify in Vanderbilt rape trial

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – They are the young faces of mainly former Vanderbilt University students all connected in varying degrees to the alleged rape at a campus dorm in June 2013. 341 more words

News

Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller's Hilarity for Charity Battles Against Alzheimer's

Increasing age is the greatest risk factor for Alzheimer’s, and with the oldest segment of the population growing the fastest, there are no signs of the disease slowing down. 404 more words

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