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Analyze one of the secondary sources you will be using for your paper. Using the S.T.A.M.P. technique as well as guidelines provided by your instructors, assess the strength of the authorâ€™s thesis and whether or not the author proved this thesis. Also address the sources used by the author. Make sure to clarify how this source will fit into your larger study.
needs to be 500 words in Chicago style with footnotes, font size 12, and times new roman
The theme I chose is:
Some modern scholars argue that the history of the ancient and medieval world is only half-written as half the population has often been ignored or â€œwritten outâ€ of history. Over the last few generations, much has been done to correct this gap in our collective knowledge of the past; women clearly played essential roles throughout ancient and medieval societies. Your task is to research what roles women played and how their presence was conceptualized and addressed in anywhere from two to three different cultures/civilizations and to determine the scope of these roles and the ways in which women of all ages were portrayed and/or portrayed themselves. From this research, devise a thesis that will address your findings and better explain the â€œmissing halfâ€ of our past.
A secondary source needs to be chosen using these links, but has to be a peer reviewed article about the theme, not a book.
If it helps making the selection for the secondary source, here are two PRIMARY sources I used
Charles W. Colby, ed., Selections from the Sources of English History, B.C. 55 – A.D. 1832 (London: Longmans, Green, 1920), pp. 113-117. Retrieved from https://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/source/1431joantri…
Translated by Belle Tuten from M. Vallet de Vireville, ed. Chronique de la Pucelle, ou Chronique de Cousinot.281-283. Paris: Adolphe Delahaye, 1859