Joan Kelly
American historian
Joan Kelly
Joan Kelly was a prominent American historian who wrote on the Italian Renaissance, specifically on Leon Battista Alberti. She earned a PhD at Columbia University in 1963 and served as a lecturer, then as an assistant, associate, and full professor of history at the City College of New York of the City University of New York from 1956 until her death from cancer in 1982. Among her best known works is the article "Did Women Have a Renaissance?" which was published in 1977.
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Springville-GI School Board kicks off a new year by recognizing student ... - Metrowny.com
Google News - over 5 years
Board Member Joan Kelly, a Girls State and Girls Nation alumna, spoke on the value of the program. “I know what an incredible experience it is. It truly changes your life. Congratulations, and welcome to the fraternity,” Kelly said. Next on the agenda,
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8th Annual Fashion First Runway Show, Auction and Party - Haute Living
Google News - over 5 years
True to Fashion First form, the event wow'ed, thanks to the hard work of Founder Joan Kelly, Executive Creative Director Lizzie Parker, Brand Manager and Publicity Director Candice Caldwell, and Fashion Show Director Eric Robinson
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New Choices program revving up for Fall - Delco News Network
Google News - over 5 years
New Choices Career Services Counselor Joan Kelly, center, congratulates clients Rosanne Rinick of Boothwyn, left, and Kimberley Vickers of Brookhaven. The summer sessions in the New Choices Development Services program at Delaware County Community
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St. Catherine English professor awarded $10000 faculty prize September 7, 2011 ... - The Catholic Spirit
Google News - over 5 years
Geri Chavis, an English professor at St. Catherine University in St. Paul, was presented with the 2011 Bonnie Jean Kelly and Joan Kelly Faculty Excellence Award at the school's opening festivities Sept. 7. “She artfully combines poetry therapy with her
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Springville-GI School Board hosts meet and greet, meeting at new district bus ... - Metrowny.com
Google News - over 5 years
That way nothing can be challenged,” Board Member Joan Kelly said. Kane brought up the Universal Pre-K program for consideration, asking the board to add it to budget discussions in the future. “I see how much money is sloshing around, I would like to
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爱情专家:为何大多数婚姻疗法都失败 - 新浪网
Google News - over 5 years
由林恩·吉格(Lynn Gigy)博士与琼·凯利(Joan Kelly)博士主持的调查可能是有史以来最可靠的关于离婚的调查,这个调查来自加利福尼亚科尔特马德拉的离婚调解项目。调查表明:约80%的离异男女认为,他们婚姻的破裂要么是
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Reserve your spot now for Fashion First's big runway show on Sept. 15 - The Seattle Times
Google News - over 5 years
“For our eighth year, we're making it Fashionably Eight,” enthuses show founder and producer Joan Kelly. “The stores are showing key fall looks, one of our male models just got back from walking in Milan, the crowd is hot, the sponsors are giving great
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Man, 25, ejected from motorcycle, dies - ABC2 News
Google News - over 5 years
... when he struck the drivers side of Kelly's Oldsmobile as he proceeded to make a left turn. Chenowith was taken to Upper Chesapeake Medical Center where he was pronounced deceased. Neither Kelly not his passenger, Joan Kelly were injured in the crash
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New York Indie Couture Accessories Designer Participates in Emmy Award ... - PR Web (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
Joan Kelly's newly launched design business, Cosmik Souls Handcrafted Jewelry and Couture Accessories, has been causing quite the online stir bringing in many invites for events including Trunk Shows, Fashion Shows, photo shoots and Pageants with her
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The Coming Escalation in Iraq
NYTimes - about 10 years
To the Editor: Re ''Latest Plan Sets a Series of Goals for Iraq Leaders'' (front page, Jan. 8): The American people have spoken, the Iraqi people have spoken, and all we get is escalation and more of the same from the White House. Congress must not fear ending the war and the occupation the only way it can, and finance only an orderly withdrawal
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Metro Briefing | New Jersey: Bradley Beach: Crew's Role Checked In Passenger Death
NYTimes - about 10 years
A preliminary investigation into the death of a passenger on a New Jersey Transit train has found that an assistant conductor might not have been at her post, the railroad said yesterday. Her responsibility was to watch the platform, the railroad has said. The passenger, John D'Agostino, 49, died after being dragged nearly 50 feet as the train left
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More Options to Answer 'What About the Kids?'
NYTimes - about 11 years
IN the new film ''The Squid and the Whale,'' the Berkmans announce their breakup to their 16- and 12-year-old sons and proceed to put them in the middle of their fight. The dad tells the kids that their mother is to blame and confides to the older son that she has cheated. The mother asks the younger boy to keep secrets from the father and soon
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Paid Notice: Deaths BATES, JAMES S.
NYTimes - over 11 years
BATES--James S. Longtime resident of Vero Beach, FL. and veteran oil industry executive, died June 18 at the Hospice House in Vero Beach following a prolonged illness. He was 79. Mr. Bates was born in Floral Park, NY on March 26, 1926. He graduated from New York University and went on to obtain an MBA at the University of Pittsburgh. Mr. Bates
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Paid Notice: Deaths BATES, JAMES S.
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BATES--James S. Longtime resident of Vero Beach, FL. and veteran oil industry executive, died June 18 at the Hospice House in Vero Beach following a prolonged illness. He was 79. Mr. Bates was born in Floral Park, NY on March 26, 1926. He graduated from New York University and went on to obtain an MBA at the University of Pittsburgh. Mr. Bates
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A Sitting-Down Proposal
NYTimes - about 12 years
To the Editor: Re ''In a City of Excesses, Saying 'Marry Me' Can Be a Spectacle'' (front page, Feb. 14): My husband proposed by phone. He was mulling over buying an expensive office chair and called to tell me he had decided to go for it since it would be the last office chair he would ever buy and why not have the best. He added, ''So, of course,
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What Americans Knew
NYTimes - over 13 years
To the Editor: Paul Krugman is right to lament the failure of the political and media establishment, and of President Bush, to hold someone to account for cooking the case for the unprecedented pre-emptive war in Iraq (column, June 24). If there was justification for this war without spurious claims about weapons of mass destruction and ties to Al
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Paid Notice: Deaths HESS, MARGARET T.
NYTimes - almost 16 years
HESS-Margaret T. 73, of Huntington on March 17, 2001. Beloved husband of Ned. Loving mother of Kathleen Green, Barbara Laudia, Susan Sammis and Nancy Roach. Loving grandmother of eleven. Also survived by sisters Mary Bonistalli, Eileen Sullivan, Joan Kelly and the late Virginia Drugan Sikora. Reposing at M.A. Connell Funeral Home, 934 New York Ave,
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Paid Notice: Deaths HESS, MARGARET T.
NYTimes - almost 16 years
HESS-Margaret T. 73, of Huntington on March 17, 2001. Beloved husband of Ned. Loving mother of Kathleen Green, Barbara Laudia, Susan Sammis and Nancy Roach. Loving grandmother of eleven. Also survived by sisters Mary Bonistalli, Eileen Sullivan, Joan Kelly and the late Virginia Drugan Sikora. Reposing at M.A. Connell Funeral Home, 934 New York Ave,
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Timeline
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    FIFTIES
  • 1982
    Age 53
    Died in 1982.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1977
    Age 48
    Among her best known works is the article "Did Women Have a Renaissance?" which was published in 1977.
    More Details Hide Details The article challenged the contemporary view of the Renaissance, arguing that women's power and agency declined during the early modern period.
  • 1972
    Age 43
    Kelly was married to Eugene Gadol until 1972 and to Martin Fleischer from 1979 until her death.
    More Details Hide Details In the essay “Did Women Have a Renaissance?”, Kelly presents a feminist insight into women's role in society during the Renaissance period of the 1350s to 1530s. The article mentions females' economic and political roles, sexuality, cultural roles, and the gendered division of labor in the Renaissance era. Wives of the nobility during this time were granted more power than peasant wives in regard to economic and political functions, although both classes of woman were still imprisoned (in their own homes) during the Renaissance. The Renaissance was an artistic and literary movement. The art work and literature that was created during this time to celebrate life also emphasized female dependency and male domination. As Joan Kelly describes in this essay, bourgeois literature expressed the denial of female independence. Therefore, the Renaissance set the norm of female dependency on the male figure. Men had to perform productive labor, while women stayed at home to perform reproductive labor such as house hold duties and child care.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1963
    Age 34
    Joan Kelly was a prominent American historian who wrote on the Italian Renaissance, specifically on Leon Battista Alberti. She earned a PhD at Columbia University in 1963 and served as a lecturer, then as an assistant, associate, and full professor of history at the City College of New York of the City University of New York from 1956 until her death from cancer in 1982.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1928
    Born
    Born in 1928.
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