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Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Mary Arnold 
 
 Article Title :: Women of the Southern Ute Reservation
 
In this essay, I will examine the American laws concerning women in regards to marriage, divorce, and property, and how Ute women responded to these laws. Before being confined to the reservations, the Ute men and women freely adhered to their own marriage customs, which gave women freedom to marry whom they chose and gave each partner relatively easy divorce proceedings. In Ute societal customs, women were valued and powerful members of the tribal community "by virtue of their labor and their ability to bear children" (Shoemaker 159).After being forced onto reservations and the enactment of the Dawes Act, married Ute women were left with no legal standing as wives to their husband  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Mary Arnold 
 
 Article Title :: Transformation of the Great Plains
 
In his study of the Colorado Gold Rush, Elliott West discovered that historians have generally focused their attention on "what was rushed to rather than what was rushed over" (West xvii). His basic argument is that the influx of goldseekers changed the Great Plains as well as the Rockies, and that "the Indians were partly responsible for their own difficulties" (West, xvii). West asserts that the history of the Great Plains changed over time primarily through people's perceptions of it:People use their brains to create mental variations of the places they observe, variations that exist only inside their heads. They imagine changes in the world as it presently exists o  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Aaron Schwartz 
 
 Article Title :: Auden's Interest in Psychological Problems
 
W. H Auden’s writing is gorgeous, wonderful, moving and touching. Sometimes it is really exciting and even startling. And these words are not enough to describe all the greatness of Auden’s works. And the most interesting thing is that it is not only my opinion. Since during his life Auden was a writer of standing reputation, he was rewarded many times and was given a lot of honorable titles: in 1937 Auden received King George’s Medal for Poetry; in 1948 he won the Pulitzer Prize; in 1954 he was rewarded with the Bollingen Poetry Prize; another his award - the National Medal for Literature, which he received in 1967. Besides Auden held the chair in poetry at Oxford from 1956  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Aaron Schwartz 
 
 Article Title :: Migration essay
 
Migration process takes its origins from the ancient times when people moved from one area to another when natural resources of their habitations became exhausted. Nowadays people migrate because of many reasons such as religious and economical, safety and political issues and some others. Mostly, people migrate from undeveloped countries to democratic and economically developed countries such as United States of America, Canada, France, Italy, Germany etc searching for stability and freedom; and it is not a secret to anybody that immigrants significantly affect economies of the countries they abandon and move to. United States of America is the most attractive country for immigrants (tha  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Aaron Schwartz 
 
 Article Title :: Protecting the Emotional Life of Boys
 
From the very beginning social world turns to boys and girls with different sides. Stereotypes existed in society have a great impact on the process of children’s socialization and define its direction. People always encourage or punish children for their streaks of character according to these stereotypes. Boys happen to be under great pressure of society in formation of proper male behavior. They usually suffer from too-narrow definition of masculinity.Dan Kindlon and Michael Thompson in their book “Raising Cain: Protecting the Emotional Life of Boys” reveal all problems concerning boys’ emotional world. The authors suppose that differences between girls and boys ar  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Mary Arnold 
 
 Article Title :: Land Tenure and Use in Native American Culture
 
Native Americans believe they are closely linked with the land and everything that grows on the land or lives on the land. Because of this belief, the idea of "owning" land did not exist among the Native Americans. They lived off the land, but did not consider that they owned it. This is not to say that they shared the land with other tribes, because they did establish territorial rights to certain parts of America among the many tribes. Intrusion into another tribe's territory was considered an invasion and was often met with warfare.Before contact with Europeans, most of the Native Americans lived in hunter/gatherer communities composed of small populations of people. A few tribe  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Mary Arnold 
 
 Article Title :: European Perceptions of Native Americans
 
Initial European perceptions of Native Americans viewed them as uncivilized savages who, with time and effort, could be educated and assimilated into European culture. Christopher Columbus reported his opinion of the Indians in the following manner:They should be good servants and of quick intelligence, since I see that they very soon say all that is said to them, and I believe that they would easily be made Christians, for it appears to me that they had no creed. Our Lord willing, at the time of my departure, I will bring back six of them to your Highness, that they may learn to talk (Hurtado 46).This passage shows that Columbus believed the Indians  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Mary Arnold 
 
 Article Title :: Native American Response to Settlers
 
Initially, the Native Americans welcomed the Europeans to America. Christopher Columbus reported to Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand that the Indians on San Salvador Island responded warmly to the gifts the Europeans gave them, and "became so entirely [their] friends that it was a wonder to see" (Hurtado 45).Montezuma and the Aztecs welcomed the Spaniards as a God that came in fulfillment of their destiny. This Aztec belief induced them to submit themselves entirely under the Spaniards' rule. Many Native American tribes, such as those encountered by Jacques Cartier, Cabeza de Vaca, and Hernando de Soto, regarded the Europeans as powerful shamans or Gods. The Native Americans woul  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Communism Is On The March
 
Many have said that Democracy is on the march and we now have 126 countries in the world; nearly half which have a democracy style of government. Decades the prior we were all worried about Beehive Syndrome and Communism, as the “Domino Affect” was to be prevented at all costs, including US countrymen and soldiers blood. But today we see a new trend towards socialism and communism in South America and one would have thought in watching all the national successes due to Democracy that indeed this would continue.However, today we see Bolivia, conveniently stealing foreign business and taking over gas and oil companies in their country. Refusing to honor contract renewal arrangeme  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 
 Article Title :: Afghanistan Starvation
 
There appears to be many people in Afghanistan that were starving and it is said that over 3.5 million Afghans face a severe and critical food shortage. Now some might say this is because they are busy planting poppies instead of planting crops and indeed that is true. However, the fact that people are starving also needs to be addressed. This is why the United Nations “World Food Program” is urging for nations to give their support.There is only one problem with all of this and that is that many citizens of the world will be asking their governments not to give money because the Afghans will not help themselves and instead wish to pollute the human minds of the world with t  (read full article)
 
 
 
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