By Laurel Thatcher Ulrich
A range from the popular background Well-Behaved girls Seldom Make heritage, the tale of the way one among feminism’s hottest slogans got here to lifestyles.
In the outlet paragraph of an imprecise 1976 scholarly article investigating the prim and correct girls celebrated in Puritan funeral sermons, Harvard professor Laurel Thatcher Ulrich penned the word, “Well-behaved girls seldom make history.” due to the fact then, Ulrich’s slogan has been wear bumper stickers, T-shirts, and tote luggage, in greeting playing cards and political speeches, coming into the cultural attention in all types of unforeseen methods. In “The Slogan,” Ulrich offers a short background of her much-quoted phrases, and sketches out a primer on feminism this present day and how it keeps to make background.
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Few people outside Montgomery knew her as the politically conscious secretary of the local NAACP, nor understood how many years she and her husband had been working for social justice before that fateful day on the bus. ”20 Nor has popular history recorded the names of other Montgomery women—teenagers—whose arrests that year for refusing to give up their seats failed to ignite a movement. Years later, E. D. Nixon, president of the Montgomery NAACP, explained why he hadn’t chosen any of these other women to make a historic stand against segregation.
If women occupy the fixed center of life, and if history is seen as a linear progression of public events, a changing panorama of wars and kingdoms, then only those who through outrageous behavior, divine intervention, or sheer genius step into the stream of public consequence have a history. The problem with this argument is not only that it limits women. It also limits history. Good historians are concerned not only with famous people and public events but with broad transformations in human behavior, things like falling death rates or transatlantic migration.
Ulrich’s discovery of Martha Ballard and work on the diary has been chronicled in a documentary film written and produced by Laurie Kahn-Leavitt with major funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the “American Experience” television series. Ulrich is also the author of numerous articles and reviews and the recipient of a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship and many other honors and awards. The Slogan from Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History Laurel Thatcher Ulrich A Vintage Short Vintage Books A Division of Penguin Random House LLC New York Copyright © 2007 by Laurel Thatcher Ulrich All rights reserved.
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