An examination of how the Renaissance Period in Europe, considered to have been an era of “re-birth” of art, culture, and politics hardly touched the lives of women.
This paper discusses women in three Shakespearean plays as presented in the film versions. These include Kenneth Branagh’s `Much Ado about Nothing`, Trevor Dunn’s Twelfth Night, and Baz Luhrman’s `Romeo and Juliet`.
Looking at the personal stories of two women and how attitudes towards women in the workplace has changed over the years.
A look at the growing rate of women with HIV/AIDS and the consequences for the city.
A look at the lengths women go to in order to conform to society’s view of beauty.
This essay focuses on two prime theoretical aspects of feminism, namely liberal feminism and lesbian feminism.
This essay will focus on two narratives of women’s personal identity: of mine, and of a (once) close friend.
A comparison of the changing status of women in Korea and Japan.
Examines what type of partners are chosen by adult children of alcoholics.