Class and Gender Over Time
The links below are resources about all of the major topics that we study in class.
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History Today, 2018
The origins of sexism: How men came to rule 12,000 years ago
New Scientist, 2018
variety of sources (Multiple articles)
Tarlton Law Library
Scene on the Radio
The Philosophical Origins of Patriarchy
The Nation, 2019
Is Gender Inequality Man Made? (video and text)
Women in the Ancient World (collection of links to different places and time periods)
Ancient History Encyclopedia
Women's Rights and Their Money: A Timeline (your paper should only go to the year 1800!)
Who Was the Most Powerful Woman in Ancient History?
The Role of Women in the Roman World
Primary Source Collection: Women in World History (links to different places around the world)
Fordham University Sourcebooks
Primary Source: Women in Egypt
BBC, History of the World in 100 objects
Primary Source: Gender Transformation in Egypt
Primary Source: Laws about Gender in Assyria
Law Collections from Mesopotamia and Asia Minor
Primary Sources: Gender and Race in Colonial Latin America
Center for History and New Media: Women in World History
Social Classes and Work Throughout History
High and Low Classes in Ancient Civilizations
People's History of the World
Social Structure in Ancient Egypt
Social Structure of the Spanish Colonies