Final Class Reflection (Part 3)

I think integrated perspective is an important thing to keep in mind, and I’m glad we get to talk about it a little more. Remembering to recognize different perspectives throughout history is extremely important when analyzing historical texts. There were different cultures, people, and ideals at different time periods, so looking through their historical lens… Read more Final Class Reflection (Part 3)

Medieval Feminism; the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (Project 2)

For my first half paper I wrote for this class, I wrote all about toxic masculinity in medieval literature. The summary was problems with men and “manly” thinking basically. An issue with my paper, just like medieval literature as a whole, I completely ignored women. I figured the only just way to rectify this situation… Read more Medieval Feminism; the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (Project 2)

For the Better of Science (Reflection for 11/29)

As I briefly mentioned in my last daily question, Cavendish’s The Blazing World introduces a lot of ideas and concepts behind religion. In my daily question, I talked about her idea of all people following the same religion, and if that would solve a lot of issues/conflicts behind religion. For my reflection however, I think… Read more For the Better of Science (Reflection for 11/29)