Books » Author » Ginger Frost. A study of cohabitation in nineteenth-century England. It analyses marriage, the Victorian legal system, relations with kin and the reactions of the wider communities to extra-legal partnerships. It is suitable for those interested in gender and social history. This book explores the legal and social consequences of growing up illegitimate in England and Wales.
Unlike most other studies of illegitimacy, Frost's book concentrates on the late-Victorian period and the early twentieth century, and takes the child's point of view rather than Doing so allows for a Read more. Shows the changing relationship of family to state, and the way in which pressure from below influenced the approach of the courts.
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Last 7 days. Her writing style is totally useless outside her class, and did not prepare me for any future classes. Get ready to read Skip class? Tough grader. Oct 11th, Mar 30th, Frost is awesome. She's very funny and doesn't take herself too seriously. She makes reading difficult texts not extremely difficult, asks helpful questions beforehand, and always sets us up for success. Not to mention, no final exam or midterms!
Only 3 papers in the semester instead 6 pages. She's amazing. She genuinely teaches her students. Nov 24th, She's awful. She knows her history and is good in class, but the assignments are terrible. Avoid her unless you want your grade to drop for no reason.
Lots of homework Tough grader. Mar 19th, Most confusing teacher I have ever taken. She has insanely high expectations for papers, which I would appreciate and respect if I felt like I was learning from it. She counts off on papers for grammar and layout and then reprimands you on content when you only are allowed to write 6 pages. The papers are not an accurate showing of learning. Skip class? Lecture heavy Tough grader. Jun 9th, I took Dr. Read her paper criteria carefully! May 1st, This is a very intelligent professor.
She is unbelievably picky and takes off points for missing margins, not putting page numbers, and other minor things. The class is never sure what to write because she limits major discussion papers and then expects the student to cover all types of things that it is impossible to do in 6 pages.
She is loud. Jan 21st, She can be crazy at times, but that's what made her class and her lectures interesting. Dec 6th, Frost will make you work for your grade. With that being said, she is the best history teacher I have ever had.
I learned a great deal from her and this class was well worth my money. A little rude at times but overall a good teacher. Nov 17th, Frost is absolutely hilarious and makes lectures extremely interesting. There is no textbook or powerpoints, just a straight lecture, so you have to be in class every day to get the notes. It is a lot of information, and your only grades are the midterm, final, and 4 short papers on books.
She's big on attendance. Oct 8th, Frost is a hilarious teacher. She makes the material come alive and makes it really clear. Be prepared to take a lot of notes, though, for the exams. She makes you work for a good grade but she's very encouraging and loves what she's teaching. If you're taking history, you should definitely take her.
Apr 22nd, Textbook: Yes. Frost is anything, but boring. This class is very interesting, involved, and entertaining. Frost's quirky personality keeps students on their toes, but she also is a very tough grader. I have never seen a paper with more red ink on its pages before.
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