Posts Tagged ‘women‘


Weekly summary of the Twitter

On Friday, the 5th June, 2009

The best tweets of last days Copying of shameless form what there do Sleep of the reason, Blogpocket and eCuaderno, I am going to include a weekly summary of the published in Twitter, because, between many extra drops that we say, sometimes there are interesting things: news, linkage and up to philosophical thoughts RT @vigoncas: Bon...
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Bob Carlos Clarke

On Thursday, the 7th May, 2009
Bob Carlos Clarke

Irish photographer On March 25, 2006, the Irish photographer Bob Carlos Clarke went out of a Barnes hospital, to the south-west of London, after doing a checkup to him, he was walking up to a near railroad route and threw itself in front of a train. He was 55 years old and his terrible end was not surprising for his...
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Margery Perham

On Sunday, the 15th March, 2009
Margery Perham

Traveler and writer on African topics Margery Freda Perham (1895-1982) was born in Bury, Lancashire (England), on September 6, 1895. It was the youngest of the family - composed by five children and two daughters - of Federico Perham, merchant of wines and his wife, Marion. His grandmother, Maria Anna Needell, was a novelist. Seven children...
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Posted in Africa, Literature and language, singular Women | 7 Comments»

The Association for the Rationality in Dressing of Lady Harberton

On Tuesday, the 22nd April, 2008
The Association for the Rationality in Dressing of Lady Harberton

At the end of the XIXth century there was in England a movement to rationalize the way of dressing, especially of the women The Association for the Rationality in Dressing (Rational Dress Society) was created in 1881 in London by Florence Wallace Pomeroy (1843-1911) known as Lady Harberton, for the purpose of liberating the woman of...
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Posted in Art, singular Women | 3 Comments»

Elif Shafak and the topic of the veil

On Saturday, the 29th September, 2007
Elif Shafak and the topic of the veil

It is an error to speak about only one Islam, since many Moslem cultures exist Already in the XVIIIth century Lady Mary Montagu wrote about the veil of the Islamic women: It is impossible for the most jealous of the husbands to recognize his wife when one finds it and no man dares to touch or to...
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Posted in Arab culture, Literature and language, Opinion | 7 Comments»

Lesbians' songs

On Wednesday, the 7th March, 2007
Lesbians' songs

The best songs of lesbian subject-matter In the article Great lesbian songs (The Guardian) the authoress tells us which his five songs are on the lesbianism preferred. They are these (it punctures in the qualifications to see the letters in English): Glory, in version of Patti Smith Starpower, of Sonic Youth (sung by Kim Gordon) All the Things...
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Pooh Hao

On Wednesday, the 1st November, 2006
Pooh Hao

General of the Chinese army in the XIIIth century aC General Fu Hao played a very important role in the ascent of the dynasty Shang (circa 1766 aCcirca 1050 aC). There directed an army of 13.000 men, who was the biggest of China in his epoch. It fought against the barbarians of another side of...
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Posted in Archaeology, China, singular Women | 6 Comments»


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