Word of the week:6/6/16–Invective

Word: Invective You Pronounce it: [in-vek-tiv] Definition: noun 1. vehement or violent denunciation, censure, or reproach. 2. a railing accusation; vituperation. 3. an insulting or abusive word or expression. I found it: While reading "Unladylike Polemics: Christine de Pizan's Strategies of Attack and Defense" by Christine Moneera Laennec. "The idea of characterizing de Pizan's writing as invective, which becomes separated … Continue reading Word of the week:6/6/16–Invective

Outfit of the Day:6/2/16

Hello and welcome to Mrs. Lady Renaissance. These pictures are courtesy of my 5 year old--notice the angle shots. This is my laid back, warm weather, school outfit. An outfit great for rhetoric discussion. Scudery, here I come. Shirt: Guess Jeans: Bebe Shoes: Rockport Disclaimer: I am a mom of three and full time grad … Continue reading Outfit of the Day:6/2/16

Quote of the day:6/2/16

“[A] person whose head is bowed and whose eyes are heavy cannot look at the light.” ― Christine de Pizan, Ditié de Jehanne d'Arc I am currently working on Christine de Pizan for my final Rhetoric seminar paper and I absolutely love what she represented. She was a woman, during an era where women were … Continue reading Quote of the day:6/2/16

Fashion: Outfit of the Day 6/1/16

I'm close to finals, therefore exhausted, so I thought I should upload this outfit to brighten my day, hence the neon. Shirt: 2 B Bebe Shoes: Bebe Pants: Bebe Clutch: Ebay Disclaimer: I am a mom of three and full time grad student. My “outfits of the day” reflect a low key stance focused on being “on … Continue reading Fashion: Outfit of the Day 6/1/16