The Revolution in Words

Author: Cheris Kramarae
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135034028
Format: PDF
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First published in 1990. The revolution is one of the most radical periodicals of the Western women's movement. Though it only lasted a few years, it drew considerable attention to the courage and eloquence of its editors and contributors. The volume presents a wide range of exerpts from the periodical, evoking the undeminished power of these women's voices

The Radical Women s Press of the 1850s

Author: Cherise Kramarae
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135034060
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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First published in 1991. The volume reprints excerpts from six radical feminist journals of this crucial decade:The Lily, the Genius of Liberty, the Pioneer and Women's Advocate, the Una, The Woman's advocate and The Sybil

Women s Fabian Tracts

Author: Sally Alexander
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136410244
Format: PDF, ePub
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First published in 1988. This volume situates the work of the Fabian Women's Group in the context of both Fabian socialism and the thought and practise of the early twentieth-century Women's Movement. These tracts have been instrumental in developing present day discourse on the sexual, economic and social aspects of women's lives.

FBN

Author: Susan Stewart
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780889740303
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Forty black-and-white images in postcard format explore issues of lesbian sexuality and censorship.

Program

Author: Organization of American Historians
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Women Equality and the French Revolution

Author: Candice E. Proctor
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313272455
Format: PDF
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This work represents the first book-length study of attitudes toward women during the French Revolution and the discrepancy between its principles of liberty and equality and the suppression of women's rights. Working from original source material produced in 18th-century France, Proctor traces the striking continuity between pre-Revolutionary and post-Revolutionary thought on the equality of women, and addresses such issues as the extent of support for a sexual equality movement and how the men of the Revolution justified the contradiction of personal rights.