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How Accurate Are the Sex Scenes in The Favourite?
Would it have been common for women to be married to men and also have female sexual partners?
In pre-modern society people lived in a much more complex web of kinship with each other. It was really modernity that reduced all forms of chosen kinship to marriage. It used to be just one form among many, and there was absolutely no sense that once you were married that your other intimate relationships, including sexual relationships, would end. Often what women did is they would marry off their “favorite” attending gentlewomen to a relative — Queen Elizabeth was really big on this — so that they could keep them around forever. And the monarchical bed was not really a private space. It was sort of a public space in a lot of ways; there were lots of people in and out of it.
history  lgbtq 
1 hour ago by theautomaticlady
www.deutscher-professorenkatalog.uni-kiel.de
Verzeichnis der Professorinnen und Professoren des deutschsprachigen Raumes vom 16. bis 20. Jahrhundert. via Pocket
academy  database  germany  history  prosopography 
2 hours ago by kintopp
Home - NanoHistory
NanoHistory is a cultural network building environment where historians and scholars, or anyone, can document the connections between people, organizations, places, and things over time. It's more than just a 'social network' focused on personal relationships. via Pocket
history  networks  people  places  prosopography 
2 hours ago by kintopp
Overview - Rethinking Timelines Project - The University of Sydney
The Rethinking Timelines project aims to develop methodologies for modeling and visualising historical events with both temporal (timeline) and spatial (mapping) components. via Pocket
australia  history  models  space  time  timelines 
3 hours ago by kintopp
Projects - ACSGA - University of Amsterdam
The members of this research group explore, in a cross-disciplinary setting, the structures and activities of those networks in the ‘long’ Golden Age (1550-1750), their multiple relations to foreign networks, and the impact of their activities on Dutch society. via Pocket
history  netherlands  research  resources 
3 hours ago by kintopp
The Codex - An Atlas of History
The Codex will be built chiefly out of primary source historical texts and carefully annotated with graph database nodes. via Pocket
art  arthistory  artist  classification  dates  history  italy  maps  people  places  prosopography  text 
3 hours ago by kintopp
How This All Happened · Collaborative Fund
Now you can see the problem.

Joe, an investment banker making $900,000 a year, buys a 4,000 square foot house with two Mercedes and sends three of his kids to Pepperdine. He can afford it.

Peter, a bank branch manager making $80,000 a year, sees Joe and feels a subconscious sense of entitlement to live a similar lifestyle, because Peter’s parents believed – and instilled in him – that Americans’ lifestyles weren’t that different even if they had different jobs. His parents were right during their era, because incomes fell into a tight distribution. But that was then. Peter lives in a different world. But his expectations haven’t changed much from his parents, even if the facts have.

So what does Peter do?

He takes out a huge mortgage. He has $45,000 of credit card debt. He leases two cars. His kids will graduate with heavy student loans. He can’t afford the stuff Joe can, but he’s pushed to stretch for the same lifestyle. It is a big stretch.

This would have seemed preposterous to someone in the 1930s. But we’ve spent a half-century since the end of the war fostering a cultural acceptance of household debt.

During a time when median wages were flat, the median new American home grew 50% larger:
economy  history  america  thebrowser  writing 
3 hours ago by JohnDrake
Consumerism - YouTube
self-interested individual
selfish economic interest - Adam Smith
Consumerism  Consumer  hyper  individualism  identity  Adam  Smith  Capitalism  self-exploitation  economic  history 
6 hours ago by asterisk2a
Mykene – Glanz und Untergang einer Hochkultur in Europa
Es diskutieren: Dr. Katarina Horst - Archäologin, Badisches Landesmuseum Karlsruhe, Dr. Reinhard Jung - Archäologe, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien, Prof. Dr. Joseph Maran - Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte, Universität Heidelberg Gesprächsleitung: Marie-Dominique Wetzel

MP3: https://avdlswr-a.akamaihd.net/swr/swr2/forum/2018/11/swr2-forum-20181129-glanz-und-untergang-einer-hochkultur-in-europa.m.mp3

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nca  ncpin  Podcasts  History  Greece  Mythology 
6 hours ago by walt74

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