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|What women's studies have shown is now being confirmed by men's studies: |
gender norms and gender realities are not identical andtheyare subject to
historical change. According toaFrench historian, masculinity meant notonly
power but ...
|HISTORIANS 1 It is the true office of history to represent the events themselves, |
together with the counsels, and to ... 7 The historian must have . . . some
conception of how men who are not historians behave. ... 17 Study men, not
|However, this is no mere quarrel with history; the Conservative critic tries to |
convince the Restoration that the men who upended the Old Regime are capable
of doing it again. As a cleric, Clausel de Montals is particularly careful to label the
|Shakespeare, William Ignorance is the first requisite of the historian -- ignorance, |
which simplifies and clarifies, which selects and omits, with a placid perfection
unattainable by the highest art. - Strachey, Lytton Study men, not historians.
|19 His reading caused him to suspect bias in writers, particularly among |
historians—“Historians editorializing is in the same class as the modern
irresponsible columnist. So study men, not historians.”20 And this moved him to
read the writings ...
|A few men began to study modern Asia, though almost none studied modern |
Africa except in relation to the British Empire. By the ... The war brought the whole
world not only to American diplomats and soldiers but to American historians.
|8 In the study and application of history's lessons, he found examples that could |
be emulated, which would elevate man and promote the common good. Truman
adduced ... “So study men, not historians,” he wrote in 1950. “You don't even ...
|Late in life Truman reflected on what he took from his education: “I saw that it |
takes men to make history, or there would be no history. . . . So study men, not
historians. You don't even have to go that far to learn that real history consists of
|_ (a) There were fewer women than men. _ (b) Historians did not write about |
women. _ (c) Women were not historians. _ (d) Ancient Greek women were very
private. 2. In general, females were not as highly valued as males in ancient
|In his efforts to draw more men to the study of economics, Marshall offered the |
university in March 1886 an annual prize for ... open to members of the university
of not more than three years standing since their degree.11 The Marshall Prize, ...