Jane Goodall is a primatologist, ethologist, and anthropologist. A primatologist is a scientist who studies primates. An ethologist studies animal behavior. An anthropologist studies humans. She made large contributions to science by studying chimpanzees.
Jane Addams How would you imagine your hero? A hero to me would be someone who puts other’s needs before their own. For example, someone who gives a homeless person their jacket when it’s 25 degrees outside is a hero. Another example would be someone who has courage, meaning that they are brave enough to do what others won't, like Rosa Parks; she stood up for everyone who was treated unfairly even though she knew the possible consequences of her actions. My hero would also be someone who is caring and helpful in little ways like helping an older person carry their bags to their car or walking your neighbor's dog when they are too busy to do so.
Omission of Jane Fairfax in the movie Comparing the novel Emma and its movie adaptation a striking difference is noticeable. Although most characters are maintained in the adaptation Jane Fairfax is left out. Jane Fairfax is a woman about the age of Emma, who passed most of her life in the company of Colonel Campbell (a friend of her father’s), his wife and his daughter. Colonel Campbell is described as a respectable man who decided to take care of the little girl after the death of her parents.
We have had many notable people throughout history. Among them are queens and kings, who have had to deal with many hardships. If one person came back to talk to me, I would like to meet is Mary Stuart. She is also known as Mary I of Scotland or Queen Mary of Scots.
Loretta Lynn was born Loretta Webb on April 14, 1932 in Butcher Hollow, Kentucky. She was the second of eight children. Her hometown was a small, rural coal-mining community in which her father earned a living for the family as a worker in the mines. As faith was a major part of her family’s lifestyle, she spent every Sunday as a child singing in church. This is where her love for music and performing was born.
Jane Addams was born September 6, 1860 in Cedarville, Illinois. She was the daughter of John and Mary Addams. John was a successful business owner, and a respectful businessman within the community. Jane was two years old, when her mother, Mary died giving birth to her ninth child. As a child, Jane dreamed of becoming a medical doctor, but she became depressed after the sudden death of her father and that’s when she decided to change her career path.
First Last Name Ms. Roberts ELA __ 15 March, 2017 Suratt’s Hanging What is your opinion on Mary Surratt’s terrible, unneeded hanging? Mary Surratt was an innocent woman who was accused of helping John Wilkes Booth with the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. She got hanged for it, but the person who actually did do something to help John Wilkes, Dr Mudd, didn’t get hanged, he got life in prison.
Elizabeth Bathory, a wealthy and powerful noblewoman, was born on August 7th, 1560, in Transylvania, Hungary. Nicknamed “The Blood Countess”, Elizabeth allegedly (as supposedly documented in her diary found in the Csejthe Castle) slaughtered six hundred and twelve to six hundred and fifty women--servants, peasants, and maidens alike, to which she notoriously bathed in their blood believing it aided in maintaining her youthful, milky white complexion. Even if one were to take only a tenth of the number she was confirmed and perhaps even rumored to have killed--which would make it around sixty--this number would still record her as the world’s most prolific female serial killer. Childhood: Elizabeth Bathory was born into extreme wealth and a lavish lifestyle. Nevertheless, the Bathory family was one of the oldest and most powerful in Transylvania, a clan in Central Europe that dominated majority of Hungary.
Book Review Valerie Garver’s book titled Women and Aristocratic Culture in the Carolingian World, examines the lives of Carolingian women, primarily elite, and how they are seen by others. Her work is set up to examine just how women were able to actively shape the culture of the Carolingian time period. The chapters are broken into four main themes to understand, being beauty, family, prudence and wealth. Garver also adds a chapter at the end that showcases textile work produced from women of the time.
GERALDINE BROOKS Geraldine Brooksis an Australian American journalist and author. She was born on September 14th, 1955, inSydney, Australia. She won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction with her novel March in 2005. Brooks grew up in its inner-west suburb of Ashfield, where she studied in Bethlehem College, a secondary school for girls, and the University of Sydney. She moved to the United States, completing a master 's degree at New York City 's Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in 1983.