"Woman's Place in the World: Greco-Roman and Judeo-Christian Influences from a Twenty-First Century Perspective"
by Rogene Reynolds
Rogene Reynolds wrote "Woman's Place in the World" in HRS 10: Arts-Idea of the West: Ancient to Medieval. Rogene's instructor, Toby Terrell, asked students to choose a topic from the course, take a position on the topic, and support an argument on that position through evidence. The reviewer for Writing the University said that Rogene's paper was an excellent example of writing in the humanties. The reviewer praised Rogene for her extensive revision process, her use of support from primary sources, and her orginal connections between the ancient and modern worlds.