(Get Answer) – Women In History 1

Question Description

Historians love to review the works of other historians. Whenever a new history book is written, the historical profession selects experts in particular fields of studies to determine the value and contribution the new work will have on the academic discipline. Upon completion of the course’s reading, each student will be considered an expert and be required to read an academic article and submit a 2-page review (minimum). Students are encouraged to celebrate the author’s accomplishments, but also challenge anything that seems substandard. Style and creativity play a crucial role in the success of your review.

Pick one of the Academic Journal Articles below:

  • A Nineteenth-Century Voudou Priestess.pdfPreview the document
  • Bright and Goodlooking Colored Girl.pdfPreview the document
  • Chinese American Women Defense Workers.pdfPreview the document
  • Freedwomen, Sexuality and Violence During Reconstruction.pdfPreview the document
  • Mujeres Públicas American Prostitutes in Baja California.pdfPreview the document
  • The Day Nursery Movement in the United States.pdfPreview the document
  • The Limits of State Suffrage for CA Women Progressive Era.pdfPreview the document
  • The Pachuca Panic.pdfPreview the document
  • Victoria Woodhull, Anthony Comstock, and Conflict over Sex in the United States in the.pdfPreview the document
  • White Working Women in the San Francisco Anti-Chinese.pdfPreview the document


  • Two pages (minimum)
  • 12 point font
  • Double spaced
  • Paragraphs

Each paper should include the following:

  1. The author’s purpose in writing the article
  2. The author’s main thesis
  3. The author’s challenging of other historical viewpoints
  4. The evidence utilized by the author (specifically primary sources)
  5. Personal likes/dislikes
  6. How could the author make the work stronger?
  7. The recommended audience for the article?
  8. Explain how this article contributes to understanding the history of the United States
  9. An example of how this article supports/contradicts Carol Dubois and Lynn Dumenil’s Through Women’s Eyes
  10. Suggested reading to accompany this work (not required, but helpful)
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