|Series||Dorsey series in history|
|Contributions||Quint, Howard H., Cantor, Milton|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. ;|
The book is, in practical terms, a very good reference to both celebrated American feminist icons, such as Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, full of many facts and quotations. On the other hand, its ideological slant makes it rather hard to swallow for anyone, man or woman, who does not fully agree with feminist orthodoxy, let alone Cited by: 6. Warren Thomas Farrell (born J ) is an American educator, activist and author of seven books on men's and women's issues.. Farrell initially came to prominence in the s as a supporter of second wave feminism; he served on the New York City Board of the National Organization for Women (NOW). Although today he is generally considered "the father of the men's movement", he advocates Nationality: American. Revolutionary Changes and Limitations: Women Playwright, essayist and poet, Judith Sargent Murray () is considered one of the first public champions of women's rights in the U.S. The Revolutionary rethinking of the rules for society also led to some reconsideration of the relationship between men and women. Women's history is the study of the role that women have played in history and the methods required to do so. It includes the study of the history of the growth of woman's rights throughout recorded history, personal achievement over a period of time, the examination of individual and groups of women of historical significance, and the effect that historical events have had on women.
In honor of National Women's History Month, and in the spirit of nationwide girl power, her are 9 essential books about women's right. Get educated, get empowered, and get equality. : Sadie Trombetta. Many Asian American activists (including some of the authors in this book) refute the label "feminist" although their work pays special attention to the experiences of women. Sometimes this feeling reflects a fear of alienating men -- a consequence that seems inevitable if men are unable to own up to their gender privilege. A Desired Past: A Short History of Same-Sex Love in America by Leila J. Rupp “With this book, Leila J. Rupp accomplishes what few scholars have even attempted: she combines a vast array of scholarship on supposedly discrete episodes in American history into an entertaining and entirely readable story of same-sex desire across the country and the centuries.”Author: Christina Orlando. Women in black churches outnumber men by more than two to one; yet in positions of authority and responsibility the ratio is reversed. Though women are gradually entering ministry as bishops, pastors, deacons and elders, many men and women still resist and fear that : Linda Lowen.
Famous Firsts in Women’s History. American women’s history has been full of pioneers: Women who fought for their rights, worked hard to be treated equally and made great strides in . Harriet Wilson became the first African-American to publish a novel sounding the theme of racism. The heart and voice of the movement, nevertheless, was in New England. Lucretia Mott, an educated Bostonian, was one of the most powerful advocates of reform, who acted as a bridge between the feminist and the abolitionist movement and endured fierce criticism wherever she spoke. Major Problems in American Women's History is the leading reader for courses on the history of American women, covering the subject's entire chronological span. While attentive to the roles of women and the details of women's lives, the authors are especially concerned with issues of historical interpretation and historiography/5(75). Since starting the Art of Manliness, I’ve read a boatload of books about masculinity, manliness, and simply being a man. There are books out there on every aspect of the male experience from practical skills like carving a turkey and dressing well to sociological studies on what it means to be a man in history and modern society to more poetic examinations of the male experience.