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100 1  Angerman, Arina 
245 10 Current Issues in Women's History 
264  1 London :|bTaylor & Francis Group,|c2012 
264  4 |c©1989 
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490 1  Routledge Library Editions: Women's History Ser 
505 0  Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- 
       Politics, identification and the writing of women's 
       history -- Maria Winkelmann: the clash between guild 
       traditions and professional science -- Female education 
       and spiritual life: the case of ministers' daughters -- 
       Brick stamps and women's economic opportunities in 
       Imperial Rome -- Witchcraft in the Northern Netherlands --
       Emancipated integration or integrated emancipation: the 
       case of post-revolutionary Yugoslavia -- Female culture, 
       pacifism and feminism: Women Strike for Peace -- Gossipy 
       letters in the context of international feminism -- The 
       origins of feminism in Egypt -- Female aspiration and male
       ideology: school-teaching in nineteenth-century New 
       England -- 'Embittered, sexless or homosexual': attacks on
       spinster teachers 1918-39 -- Women's psychological 
       disorders in seventeenth-century Britain -- Pygmalion, or 
       the image of women in medieval literature -- Whores and 
       gossips: sexual reputation in London 1770-1825 -- On the 
       origins of Dutch women's historiography: three portraits 
       (1840-1970) -- A paradigm of androcentric historiography: 
       Michelet's Les femmes de la Révolution -- Ethnocentrism in
       the study of Algerian women -- Notes on contributors with 
       selected bibliographies -- Index 
520    This lively collection of essays, originally published in 
       1989, illustrated recent developments in the area, with 
       chapters by contributors from many different countries and
       disciplines. Asking new questions and using sources in a 
       challenging way, the contributors reflect 1980s debates 
       about politics and academic research in women's studies. 
       They cover a wide range of topics, dealing for example 
       with opportunities and obstacles for women within male-
       defined power-structures and institutions such as science,
       religious communities, and ancient Roman industry. They 
       discuss feminists and feminist movements, analyse the 
       utterances of women and men in medieval literature and in 
       defamation cases, and give insights into the ways 
       femaleness and femininity are given meaning. The essays on
       theory deal with such important issues as women's 
       historiography, and androcentrism and ethnocentrism in 
       history 
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       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 Women - Historiography - History - 20th century 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Binnema, Geerte 
700 1  Keunen, Annemieke 
700 1  Poels, Vefie 
700 1  Zirkzee, Jacqueline 
700 1  History, International Conference on Women's 
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