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New World, New Women: Captivity & the Cultural Construction of Gender September 8, 2009
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Lecture Outline I. Goals + Key Terms II. Captivity in New England, 1675 to 1763 III. Mary Rowlandson: Puritan Captive A. Captivity Narratives B. A Puritan Perspective IV. Exceeding Gender Boundaries: Publicizing Captivity A. Social/Historical Context: Anne Hutchinson B. From Private to Public: Legitimizing the Narrative V. Eunice Williams: Mohawk Woman A. Significance of Eunice Williams’ story B. VI. Conclusion
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I. Goals + Key Terms A. Examine how humans organize culture differently in general, & gender more specifically A. Terms: Culture Gender
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II. Captivity in New England, 1675-1763 Captivity -- result of King Philip’s War (1675-76), Imperial Metacom, aka King Philip
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II. Captivity, cont. Prime candidate for assimilation & transculturation: 7-15 year-old girl (like Eunice)
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