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A Woman's Walk With the Women of the Bible By Sheila Grieb
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Women have always played an important role in history. Did you know that the first person Jesus appeared to after His resurrection was a woman? Women are no less important in contemporary society... More > than they were in Biblical times. Study with me the lives of · Eve · Sarah · Rachel & Leah · Rahab · Naomi & Ruth · Esther · The Excellent Woman · The Samaritan Woman · Martha & Mary · And The Bride of Christ Through a detailed study of each woman, you will learn from her faith and her failures, her strengths and her weaknesses. We will also explore life issues like: Why am I here? What’s God’s purpose for my life? How can I properly deal with temptation? Where can I turn when everything seems to be going wrong? Do my priorities reflect eternal significance? Am I prepared for the winters of life? Am I prepared as the Bride of Christ?< Less
The Fall Of Women's Rights In The USA By FerranArtist
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Beginning nearly forty years in the future, when the United States is stricken by economic woes and no amount of politicking can hide the fact that the number of jobs simply does not equal the number... More > of people unemployed, one man comes to the forefront with a seemingly innocent idea. Over the course of events, this man's simple plan will lead to the complete and utter loss of women's rights. Following a distressingly plausible timeline of events leading up to the loss of women's rights, tag along with Stephanie, an introverted, independently wealthy, single young woman, in what is quite possibly the worst time in United States history to be unwed, as she is plunged head-first into the reality that women no longer have any rights at all. She will watch as the country around her changes shape, as women riot, and men are given special rights with which to contain them. And she will experience her own containment.< Less
Stories that Women Tell By Patricia Cheyne
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In honor of Women's History Month 2014, the Kathrin Cawein Gallery at Pacific University will exhibit artist books by 11 women artist-storytellers. Storytelling is a timeless part of the human... More > experience. From the early sharing of oral traditions to the first written word to today's social media, humans seem hard-wired to love a good story. In this exhibition, 11 women artists will tell their own stories through the media of handmade artist books. PARTICIPATING ARTISTS | ShuJu Wang, Susan Collard, Laurie Weiss, Helen Hiebert, Diane Jacobs, Nancy Pobanz, Laura Russell, Andie Thrams, Trisha Hassler, Claire Carpenter, Patty Grass. ISBN-13 978-0-9884827-2-2< Less
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Women in the Artistamp Spotlight By Ginny Lloyd
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"NEW: Order directly from ginnylloyd@ginnyonline.com for a signed copy. Same cost plus shipping. Email for details." From the beginning of postage stamps, women have been honored in... More > imagery. Today, women make their own artistamps, artist made stamps, using various types of images and styles. This book is about 30 female artists who represent the growing numbers of women working within the confines of the stamp format. Individual artistamp histories, including some of the techniques used, are revealed in the biographies accompanying the art. We hope to enlighten and encourage future generations of artists to make artistamps. Foreword by C. Mehrl Bennett. The artists included are: Altschul, Antic-Ham, Banana, Baracchi, Bauwens, Bennett, Boschi, Cope, Cornyn-Selby, Davis, Dittberner, Hinchcliff, Kent, Lakner, Lamanova, Lloyd, Mailarta, Marlowe, Mary Anne, Nikoltsou, Patterson, Podob, Ronchetti, Rosenberg, Spathi, Stetser, Tavenner, TicTac, Wassink, and Weimer.< Less
The Capture of the Sabine Women By Nathan Kilgore
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After spending a year in the African village of Kiboyo, Adam Moxley ventures to another small village in the Ugandan bush. There, he assists a local pastor at a small orphanage,coming face to face... More > with children dying of AIDS. Before heading back to the United States, Adam stops in Venice, where he meets up with his good friend Tom. While Tom and Adam enjoy the richness of Venice, Adam soon forgets about the tragedy in Uganda when he meets and falls in love with Jade, an American studying abroad. Adam’s attention is quickly pulled back to the Ugandan orphans, however, when he learns that the children are being sold into slavery and child prostitution. Adam is shattered when he discovers the one behind the exploitation, and he becomes determined to bring an end to the tragedy. Referencing the history behind Giambologna’s 1574 sculpture The Capture of the Sabine Women, Kilgore’s novel floats the reader down the waterways of Venice, leaving passion and justice in its wake. Edited by Corene Israel< Less
UABWC history By Fran Nagy
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The club was formed in 1967 under Dr. Volker’s Presidency, the earliest photographs date back to 1972. Included are copies from the UAB Friendship Program’s - International Holiday Recipe... More > Book and photographs of past programs.< Less
Women in Prehistoric Indo European Society By Paul Proulx
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Throughout the 19th century scholars believed that the Proto Indo European (PIE) society had cross cousin marriage, matrilineal descent, and matriarchy (a female version of patriarchy). Then by the... More > middle of the 20th century, the backlash was proclaiming just the opposite: that PIE society was patrilineal and patriarchical, and had husband centered residence. Friedrich (1966:9) even speculated that "widows may have been marked for some mortuary ritual; sacrifice and interment with the husband." Now new insights suggest that the 19th century scholars may have been closer to right than the later ones. The evidence for husband centered residence and patriliny does not withstand critical examination, and, although there is no evidence of matriarchy, the evidence for wife centered residence is good. Matriliny too seems very likely, and women evidently had important active roles cementing family alliances. The trail of these new insights begins among the eastern Algonquian peoples...< Less
Women in Prehistoric Indo European Society By Paul Proulx
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Throughout the 19th century scholars believed that the Proto Indo European (PIE) society had cross cousin marriage, matrilineal descent, and matriarchy (a female version of patriarchy). Then by the... More > middle of the 20th century, the backlash was proclaiming just the opposite: that PIE society was patrilineal and patriarchical, and had husband centered residence. Friedrich (1966:9) even speculated that "widows may have been marked for some mortuary ritual; sacrifice and interment with the husband." Now new insights suggest that the 19th century scholars may have been closer to right than the later ones. The evidence for husband centered residence and patriliny does not withstand critical examination, and, although there is no evidence of matriarchy, the evidence for wife centered residence is good. Matriliny too seems very likely, and women evidently had important active roles cementing family alliances. The trail of these new insights begins among the eastern Algonquian peoples...< Less
IMCWA History By Helen Orme
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The history of the International Missionary and Christian Women's Auxiliary of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Inc. History dating from 1934 until 2018.

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