- Miles Franklin:
- Hannah Arendt:
Hannah Arendt Google Doodle
In 2012 making the Eichmann trail as theme a film released in Europe named Hannah Arendt by Margarethe von Trotta. The movie and cast got many awards after the release.
Hannah Arendt died on December 4, 1975 at New York. She was recognized with Hannah Arendt Prize, every year.
Many places, asteroids, building and schools are renamed to Hannah Arendt’s name in honor to her after the death. Google
Doodle to mark the 108th Birthday of this political theorist, honoring her makes Google users know her and her influence on 20th century politics.
Arendt was an intellectual giant of the twentieth century. There are many articles about her work.
- Katherine Mansfield revolutionised the 20th Century English short story. Her best work shakes itself free of plots and endings and gives the story, for the first time, the expansiveness of the interior life, the poetry of feeling, the blurred edges of personality.
ew discoveries and a better understanding of the role of women in many different areas of study such as humanities or science, and how these ideas and findings can lead to new markets for humanities and science knowledge are important aims.
"Through the work of humanities scholars, we learn about the values of different cultures, about what goes into making a work of art, about how history is made. Their efforts preserve the great accomplishments of the past, help us understand the world we live in, and give us tools to imagine the future."
Girls and women are more and more proving in different situations at school and in business that they are equal to men in the intelligence and capacity.
This begins early in school where girls must be encouraged to access to humanities, science and technology.
The aim is to encourage creativity in the field of humanities, science and new technologies and highlight the importance of developing innovative skills at an early age.
To understand how Miles Franklin continues to drive Australia’s literary life, explore the website for the Miles Franklin Literary Award and another significant literary award inspired by her work, The Stella Prize.
Hannah Arendt Prize ; Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy are some important resources as the movie Hannah Arendt by Margaretha von Trotta (2012).
Annie Pfeifer writes about Mansfield’s work on the wiki of the Modernism Lab at Yale University. You can read some reviews of her work at the ANZ Litlovers LitBlog. Read a brief biography of Mansfield on that invaluable New Zealand resource, Te Ara: The Encyclopedia of New Zealand and The Global Life of Newzealanders
If ever there was a day to remind us of the importance of what can come out of pens and facts/ideas of women, fourteenth of October is indeed the day.
"and women excel at both."