These female composers lived very different lives and yet have both contributed to the growth of female artist. When analyzing Hildegard von Bingen 's Kyrie which was written in the early 1,000s and Libby Larsen 's Kyrie which was written from 1991-1992, one can see many similarities considering they were written hundreds of years apart. Hildegard von Bingen was born in 1098 and was one of ten children, thus tithing her to the church at the age of eight (Dunbar, 2016, p. 30). During this period, women were disregarded and only men were educated both academically and musically. Bingen was never given the proper materials to compose music and yet today her work is considered by many to be brilliant.
The cadets in the Citadel are seemingly to scared to break the long lying tradition of not allowing women to enter the Citadel, otherwise they all had women in their lives before entering that atmosphere surely. Nobody residing in the Citadel grew up without having their mother/sisters beside them, whom are women. Women deviating cadets from their main task is just a myth, and as proven by Sacks everyone has the ability to adapt no matter what the situation is, so surely the Citadels could adapt too with women in the
Mary Anne is the only female character in the entire novel, and at first fits this stereotype perfectly. When Mary Anne gets into some trouble, before she starts to change, Tim says, “Seventeen years old. Just a child, blond and innocent,..”(p.100) This is another example of how Mary Anne fits into the stereotypical type of girl. (EXPAND) Although in the beginning of the chapter Mary Anne fits perfectly in with a stereotypical girl, just like everyone else, the war changes her. By the end of the chapter Mary Anne has completely changed and actually challenges gender stereotypes.
Despite having faced many family problems, she was able to accomplish great things including the reestablishment of Protestantism and the defeat of the Spanish Armada. Elizabeth ruled England without a husband and did it just as well as any man could have. Thus, Queen Elizabeth I was one of the greatest rulers England has ever known. To begin, Elizabeth was born to King Henry VIII and his second wife, Anne Boleyn. Because of King Henry’s obsession with having a son, he was furious when Anne gave birth to a girl and accused her of adultery and incest.
Change is one of the strongest forces on Earth aside from time. The ability to change has set the creatures of this planet aside from any other in the known Universe. Behind the driving force of change lies a quiet little thing called time. In The Last of the Mohicans by James Fenimore Cooper, change surrounds the story as the changing times and the end of many Native tribes dominance over this land when European settlers claimed the Natives land as their own. Louis L'amour's The Cherokee Trail, describes the women’s role in the West that is redefined by Mary Breydon who not only does everything a woman can do but most everything a man can do as well.
She became a huge role model for women all across the globe, as well as inspiring pilots as well. Amelia Earhart was not only one of the bravest women in history; she was one of the bravest people in history. Amelia Earhart was born on July 24, 1897 in Atchison, Kansas into a family that struggled financially. Her father’s name was Edwin Earhart, who is a lawyer and her mothers name was Amy Otis Earhart who is a stay at home mother. Her and her younger sister spent most of their childhood with their very traditional grandparents because their parents couldn’t support them and eventually wound up getting divorced in 1924 when Amelia was 27 years old.
A Clear Change Many people have probably never heard of Rachel Carson or her amazing impact on the world. As a young girl she wrote many stories which later helped her write silent spring, which helped to get DDT, a dangerous poison used to kill bugs, banned. If Carson hadn’t written Silent Spring and hadn't helped get DDT banned many animals may have been endangered or extinct, which could have led up to the extinction of many more animals which could have affected the lives of humans. Rachel Carson was an amazing woman who made a huge impact because of her early life, writing journey, and impact. Even though Rachel Carson saved many lives in one way or another she came from very humble beginnings.
What if I told you that most of these superhero type powerful beings are not even humans? That would be a double whammy for the most of us however it is true. I am about to introduce you to such 15 animals who are not any less than our average superhero characters. In fact, they do pretty much fit the role of playing a major role in one of the next major superhero movie,
Disruption of Traditional Gender Roles There have been many powerful women in history who have left their mark by changing the status quo. For instance, Oprah Winfrey was the first African-American women to become a billionaire. In addition, Ruth Bader Ginsburg serves today in the United Stated Supreme Court. Hillary Rodham Clinton is the United States Secretary of State in the exact place where once woman were forbidden to participate in politics. Also, when it comes to news and special reports, the best is Barbara Walters.
The next heroine not only breaks the typical gender stereotypes but also revolutionises the superhero movie genre. Wonder Woman was brought to the big screen in 2017 and made by female director Patty Jenkins. What is more, the premiere of the movie made a history since Wonder Woman had the biggest weekend opening for a female director, bringing in more than $100 million. Although female superheroes have always been present in cinema they have been limited in their exposure and always outnumbered by males. What really distinguishes Wonder Woman as a female superhero is that she is the first heroine belonging to a superhero team who was granted with her own separate movie.