Since then the study of women's history has been a major scholarly and popular field, with many scholarly books and articles, museum exhibits, and courses in schools and universities.
This is a history of women in the United States since 1776, and of the Thirteen Colonies before that.
The reliable sources on the topic were thin before the 1960s.
We'll explore how the written word still rules romance and dating etiquette -- from staccato text-message shorthand to classified ads, postcards and email.
We'll meet the Dating Coach who advises clients on putting their best face forward; New York City's own cupid cab driver who tries his hand at amateur matchmaking in Manhattan gridlock; a political activist who runs a booming online dating service for like-minded lefties (motto: "take action, get action"); and a woman who blogs her private dating activities in a public online diary... This program airs as part of our special international collaboration, Global Perspectives: Romance Series.
The show originally aired as part of our international collaboration series, Global Perspectives on Romance.
Take those old, stale truths about dating etiquette and kick ’em to the curb.
The United States of Dating was produced by Gemma Hooley, with special thanks to Chris Nelson for engineering assistance.The editor was Sora Newman, the show was mixed by Jared Weissbrot.