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Recently, we have seen a growing number of unconventional female characters in literature, film, and on TV – characters that do not conform to patriarchal and capitalist constructions of femininity, that defy our expectations and refuse to follow the (written and/or unwritten) rules. In her monograph The Unruly Woman: Gender and the Genres of Laughter (1995), Kathleen Rowe focused on the representation of “unruly women” in comedy. According to Rowe, the romantic comedy genre has “provided one of the few outlets for representations of female unruliness in Hollywood film” (Rowe 19).
In war and counterinsurgency operations, civil-military cooperation is seen as being rife with political considerations. When Colin Powell declared that he was "serious about making sure we have the best relationship with the NGOs who are such a force multiplier for us, such an important part of our combat team" he both encapsulated the zeitgeist of states and militaries, and frightened humanitarian actors.
Please join us for our next Providence College Seminar in the History of Early America when we welcome:
Dr. Rebecca Brannon, Associate Professor of History, James Madison University
Just the Right Food and Drink: The Longevity Industry and Obsession
Thursday, October 5, 2023
The Ruane Center for the Humanities, Lower Level LL49
1 Cunningham Sq
Providence, RI. 02918
Vernon Press invites book chapters for a forthcoming edited volume on the subject of “The Critical Turn in Early Modern Iberian Studies: Empire, Language, and Literature.”
Vernon Press invites book chapter proposals to be included in a forthcoming scholarly volume on “George Eliot’s Unfortunate Men.”
John A. Adams ’71 Center for Military History & Strategic Analysis
Film and Politics in Africa
The New Netherland Institute is pleased to invite you to our 45th Annual Conference, Get a Sense of New Netherland: Approaching the Dutch through Sight, Sound, Taste, and Touch. To be held all day Saturday, October 7 at the Huxley Theater at the New York State Museum in Albany, New York, the program explores how New Netherland’s residents experienced the world around them.
The Political Economy Tokyo Seminar (PoETS) is a monthly English-language research seminar hosted at the University of Tokyo. The seminar brings together historians from Japan and around the world to explore the economy in its relationships with broader social environments such as politics, businesses, science, media, gender, and everyday life. The seminar convenes online regularly on the first or second Tuesday of the month at 5 pm (Japan Standard Time).