Based on the paper titled “Gender in Pre-Christian Native American Society” by Misty Smith. Originally Published on Dec. 16, 2017, for HIST 314 at Southern New Hampshire University.
According to Dictonary.com, disparity is the “lack of similarity or equality; inequality; difference” (“Disparity”, n.d.). Disparities of services, such as healthcare, can occur in relation to cultural, racial or economic differences and can often affect entire communities. Health care may be unattainable to individuals who do not have the means to purchase insurance and do […]
Based on the paper titled “Slavery in America” by Misty Smith. Originally published on Dec. 16, 2017, for HIST 314 at Southern New Hampshire University College of Online and Continuing Education.
The Warrior Women of Ancient Norse Society Much of the historical texts of the lives of women paint a picture of women who had little to no rights as compared to their male counterparts. Typically women, especially those of ancient European society, were expected to be under the authority of her husband; with the male […]
Europeans brought with them more than just disease and warfare during their invasion of North America, they also brought with them African slaves. Although Native Americans had a slave type of system pre-Europeans there was a difference from the Europeans the Native American slave systems. For example, Native American slaves were, in essence, captives from […]
“Feminism is defined as the belief in social, political and economic equality between the sexes” (Issitt, 2013). There have been waves of the feminist movement in America” the Suffragette Movement, the movements of the 1960’s – 1980’s, and the modern-day expanses which have moved into a more all-inclusive movement. Each era of the feminist movement […]
The Cherokee Constitution was a reflection of the European influence upon Native American society. When the Native Americans were first encountered by the Europeans, their cultures were misidentified based upon European conceptions. For example, “Indian societies, which were bound by kinship, clan, and village rather than by a larger tribal alliance” was mislabeled as a […]
Jean-Michel Basquiat was born on December 22, 1960, in Brooklyn, New York. He was the son of “Matilde Andrades, a Brooklyn native of Puerto Rican descent, and Haitian-born Gérard Basquiat” (Neumann, 2013). Jean-Michel was a graffiti artist and member of the SAMO group who worked within the Lower East Side of Manhattan. His work focused […]
One of the reoccurring themes in relation to conflicts between European settlers and Native Americans was the idea of land ownership. The European idea of land ownership was that of a titled deed or another official paper document. Furthermore, the European concept of individuals owning land was a foreign concept to that of the Native […]
Based on the paper titled “African American Musical Contributions: by Misty Hamilton Smith. Originally published on Nov. 26, 2017, for IDS 400 at Southern New Hampshire University College of Online and Continuing Education. The modern American music culture owes its start to pioneering African American musicians. Before Elvis, the so-called King of Rock n’ Roll, hit […]