Comment on Revised Short Research Paper – Greek Fire: A Dangerous Weapon and Mysterious Secret by Elaine Jealous Off Him

Who do I contact to test an artifact with a black substance inside I suspect Greek fire ? This hand crafted artifact was brought back found my my great grandfather in a trench WW1, copper with hammer design Celtic ? Viking ? India ? Copper with brass handle, dog or dragon ? Or dragon top hesd with dog as it’s curled tail, black hick residue I could not get out only got some out by burning, smelt like petroleum, it cleaned up out side beautiful, but that black inside couldn’t get out, it’s very old and my penciled holder, it’s a unique item as if it poured milk or wine. Love the design outside. Where can I get help to identifying my ancient artifact ?

Transsexuality and Rigid Boxes

During the first week of the semester, we discussed and critiqued Joan Scott’s  article, categories of analysis, and the gender binary between male and female. It is very fitting that in our second to last week—our last monograph—we discuss how the manipulation and change of sex separates from gender; the divergence shows that transsexuality and …

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Storytelling and Nadasen’s Household Workers Unite

Nadasen, Premilla. Household Workers Unite: The Untold Story of African American Women Who Built a Movement. Boston: Beacon, 2015. Oral tradition and storytelling plays a pivotal role in Premilla Nadasen’s book, Household Workers Unite: The Untold Story of African American Women Who Built a Movement. As we have seen (or will see) in Tyler’s blog, …

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