01.09 - English M98T Sem 1 - English M98T Seminar 1...

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English M98T Seminar 1 09/01/2008 13:07:00 1780-1820 Women in the Home and those women who broke out of the norm Music History Reader – Copymat ($54) Westwood and LeConte Conduct Readings = Behavior Manuals for Girls (how to act) Office Hours: 12-2pm Tuesdays (2438 SMB) “The Accomplished Woman” – Feminine Ideal for the woman who was  accomplished in particular areas (flexible idea) Written Assignments: 1. Journaling ( www.blogger.com ) Deadline (TUESDAY NIGHT MIDNIGHT) 2. Historical Presentatioin Choose Topic by Week 2 (Choose a Woman from the Time Period) 3. Final Paper and Paper Draft 12-15 Research Paper Topic Due Week 5 (February 8) Propose your own Topic (But needs to be narrow, not too broad)
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DUE LAST DAY OF CLASS (MARCH 12) Week 1: Defining the Accomplished Woman Week 2: Rules of Decorum Week 3: Gender and Sexual Desire at the Turn of the 19 th  Century Week 4: The Visual Arts Week 5: Music Making Week 6: Dancing Week 7: Women and the Public Voice; In-Class Writing Workshop Week 8: Literary Women Part 1 Week 9: Literary Women Part 2 Hannah More – Reformer and Novelist Discussion Leader: Week 4 Historical Presentation: Week 8 Georgian England (1780-1820) During the Rule of Geroge III (came to power in 1760) Starting 1811-1820 – Regency England  During the Rule of the Prince Regent (George III went crazy but still alive) –  Prince Region is the Substitute Ruler = George IV, in 1820
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George III is Grandfather of Queen Victoria, who is the Grandmother of the  current queen
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