Theme Panel: Race and Gender in the Early American Republic

Race and Gender in the Early American Republic

Thu, September 3, 10:15am to 12:00pm, Hilton, Imperial B
Session Description

The early American republic is a neglected period in the history of Race-and-Gender-in-the-Early-American-RepublicAmerican political thought coming in between the more widely studied founding and civil war eras. This panel will examine the themes of race and gender in the political thought of this period with particular emphasis on the works of Frances Wright and Hannah Mather Crocker two of the earliest women’s rights theorists in America.

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  1. the races and gender aspect of political thought always base on the idealism and realist approach. i could this become the model ways of analysis of a phenomenon?

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