History;Claire Goldberg Moses, “Saint-Simonian Men/Saint-Simonian Women: The Transformation of Feminist Thought in 1830s France” (available on JSTOR);

History;Claire Goldberg Moses, “Saint-Simonian Men/Saint-Simonian Women: The Transformation of Feminist Thought in 1830s France” (available on JSTOR);

articles from The Encyclopedia of the 1848 Revolutions (“Marie d’Agoult,” “Ateliers nationaux des femmes,” “Jeanne Deroin,” “George Sand,” “Flora Tristan,” “Women’s

Rights in France,” “Caricatures of Women in France,” “Woman’s College”) (http://www.ohiou.edu/~Chastain/index.htm); *Hellerstein, et al, documents 86, 87(ii)

On the Encyclopedia of the 1848 Revolutions website: Search for people by last name in the table of contents. “Caricatures of Women in France” is located in the W’s

between “Women’s Rights” and Women’s Colleges.” (or go to http://www.ohio.edu/chastain/rz/womcarr.htm).

Writing Assignment for Thursday, March 19:

1. Write 2 complete paragraphs in which you answer this question: Why would a Parisian woman join the Saint-Simonians? What did this movement/religion have to offer

women? THEN write 1 complete paragraph in which you discuss what a woman of the 1830s would have seen as the disadvantages of Saint-Simonianism. (Use specific examples

from the Moses article to support your points. Write three paragraphs total for this part of the writing assignment.)

2. Pick two entries from the Encyclopedia of the 1848 Revolutions to write about (only one of these entries may be about a person). Summarize and discuss each entry

that you have chosen in 1-2 complete paragraphs. (This means you should write 2-4 paragraphs in total for this part of the writing assignment.)

Questions to think about when you are reading these texts:

What did the Saint-Simonians see as women’s proper role in society? Did Saint-Simonian men and women have different views of women’s role? What was the attraction of

the Saint-Simonian movement to women in the 1830s? Why would a woman want to join the movement?
Compare feminist ideas of the 1830s and 1840s with those of Mary Wollstonecraft. How were these later feminists more radical? How were they more conservative? Did they

also believe in women’s inherent equality with men? Did they believe that men and women are inherently mostly alike, as Wollstonecraft did?
In what ways were the 1848 revolutions truly revolutionary for women (at least while they succeeded)? What benefits did the 1848 revolutions offer to women while they

succeeded?

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