undocile

undocile

(ʌnˈdəʊsaɪl)
adj
not docile; not submissive or obedient
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Records show women to be undocile and conspicuous in a New Netherland society governed by Dutch Roman Law that: "represented them as individuals, granting women the same rights and privileges as their male counterparts." (137) New Netherland women were at the center of the family's religious and spiritual lives, and even in the financial support of the church.
besides the ban after the printing, security services also direct public companies to not publish its advertisements on dailys seen "undocile" in order to deprive them from such financial sources.
The problem for Larsen in Passing was how to code a transgressive, undocile black female body without re-inscribing it within, without its partaking of, the equally tyrannical subjectivity of the tabloid's jealous "woman with knives." To claim a space for the black woman to speak through the "monstrous" images of the tabloids would finally only reinforce a false misogynistic consciousness circulated within the Harlem Renaissance.