U.S. Women in Struggle: A *FEMINIST STUDIES* ANTHOLOGY (Women in American History) download epub
by Claire Goldberg Moses,Heidi Hartmann
Claire Goldberg Moses, Heidi I. Hartmann, Heidi Hartmann
Claire Goldberg Moses, Heidi I. Hartmann, Heidi Hartmann. This collection is distinguished by its focus on women in struggle over the course of United States history and by its source: the pioneering journal Feminist Studies. Women in Struggle gathers a selection of the strongest pieces published in the journal from the mid-1970s to the mid-1990s.
Women in Struggle book. This collection is distinguished by its focus on women in struggle. Women in Struggle gathers a selection of This collection is distinguished by its focus on women in struggle over the course of United States history and by its source: the pioneering journal Feminist Studies.
Her books include French Feminism in the Nineteenth Century
Her books include French Feminism in the Nineteenth Century.
Women in Struggle, Moses and Hartmann, scholars with close ties to Feminist Studies (the .
Still, Moses and Hartmann offer readers a nice counterbalance to the limited time frame they imposed on their anthology by selecting articles that present broad themes from a variety of perspectives.
Hartmann, Heidi . oses, Claire Goldberg,eds. Women In Struggle: A Feminist Studies Anthology. Urbana : University Of Illinois Press, 1995. These citations may not conform precisely to your selected citation style. Please use this display as a guideline and modify as needed. From: To: Optional Message: You must be logged in to Tag Records. Names: Hartmann, Heidi I. Moses, Claire Goldberg
Claire Goldberg Moses. This article originated in puzzlement and frustration. And to what extent does the question of French feminism reflect unresolved struggles at play within the .
Claire Goldberg Moses. women’s studies community: our difficulties in representing feminism as at once theorized and activist and in writing theorized histories and historicized theory, as well as the limitations of interdisciplinarity in academic feminism and transnationalism in feminism more broadly? Cite. Made in America: "French Feminism" in Academia. Claire Goldberg Moses. Writing Women into Romanticism.
This anthology collects key texts on women in culture and offers an ideal introduction, for students in women’s studies and feminism, to the cultural dimensions of women’s experience today. The materials are drawn from a wide range of sources, including popular newspapers, women’s and fashion magazines, academic journals, and textbooks. Together they reveal how the mass media, music, and pornography industries portray women, how advertising promotes unattainable standards of beauty for women, and how, for example, cultural expectations can promote date rape and sexual harassment.
She is an expert on the intersection of women, economics and public policy.
Evans' treatment of American women's history remains among the best. You've studied women's history in America - now you'd like to explore the issues in the field even more. That it is short makes it usable as a good introduction to the subject; that also means that depth is missing. An overview of gender politics in American history, this anthology required two volumes to get it all in. It's therefore not as concise as some of the other recommendations in the list, but has more depth. This book will inspire your thinking and update you on what's going on in the field, at the same time it adds to your knowledge of general American women's history.
Visible Women: new Essays on American Activism,1993. Moses, Claire and Heidi Hartmann, Eds. . Women in Struggle: A Feminist Studies Anthology, 1995. Jetter, Alexis, Annelise Orleck and Diana Taylor, Eds. The Politics of Motherhood: Activist Voices From Left to Right, 1997. Tilly, Louise and Patricia Gurin, Eds. Women, Politics and Change,1990. There are, of course, many excellent monographs, biographies, et. which may be useful for a course on the history of . I'd be interested in hearing what books other people have used.
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Women's Studies
Publisher: University of Illinois Press; Later Printing edition (May 1, 1995)
Pages: 464 pages