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Articles by Rev. Alicia McNary Forsey, Ph.D.:

"A Mind of Her Own: 16th-century Radical Women," from the Fifth Earl Morse Wilbur Colloquium, January 2003.

This paper will offer a brief overview of the context of women’s lives in Europe during the 16th century, with an emphasis on women who were radical in their actions as they worked to change the status quo of their time and place.

"McCarthy's Ghost."

In 1945, Truman issued an order to search out any “infiltration of disloyal persons” in the United States government. This order was in response to the revolutions that were taking place on a global scale. There was a growing dissatisfaction among Americans...  <more>


These articles were written by Alicia's students in her Unitarian Universalist History class.





Copyright 2006–2012 Alicia McNary Forsey.  Last edited on Sunday 22 April 2012.


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