Troy and Laura, the authors of this website, would like to dedicate it to the women of all times whose lives were as rich as men's but whose stories have been lost to time.
The information contained in this website is exclusively the work of Troy and Laura unless otherwise accredited. No information, graphics, or anything else found on this website may be copied and used, except for personal non-profit ends, without written permission from Troy Scheid and/or Laura Toon. To obtain permission or to send us any other information, corrections, or comments, please "Gossip" in"The Marketplace."
"Dominion and Domination" is the title of a chapter in Rosalind Miles's A Women's History of the World. This short quote forms part of the title of our website.
|Troy and Laura working on the Web.|
The creators of this website would like to thank the following people and institutions for making our work possible:
The HSPVA library for use of materials LONG after the due date.
The Rice University Library for use of materials.
Officials at London's British Museum, London's Victoria and Albert Museum, and Paris's Musée Nationale de Moyen Age for permitting Troy (and thousands of tourists each year) to take photographs.
Amy Blakemore at the Glassell School of Art for the use of the darkroom and developing facilities.
Rice University Office of Academic Advising for use of the scanner.
Professor Hamid Naficy and Glenn Levy, Director of Leadership Rice, at Rice University for suggestions, input, and help with programming.
Mr. Tom Johnson for allowing us to steal his scanner.
High School for the Performing and Visual Arts faculty members James Boyce, Tom Johnson, Jill Smith, and the HSPVA Theatre Faculty (Robert M. Singleton, Suzanne Phillips, and Stephen Wolf) for allowing us to use their class time to finish our project.
Andrew B. Ruthven, fellow students in the Bio II and Chem II classes, and others who agreed to link to our website from theirs.
Shawna Thomas, for beginning the journey with us.
The millions of medieval women without whom neither this site nor any human life on earth would exist.
|And, of course, Lisa Brewer and Martin Gollery, our ever-present, helpful, and tolerant coaches. They appear here with a medieval friend.|
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