English Feminism, 1780-1980 (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
360
Utgivningsdatum
1997-07-01
Förlag
OUP Oxford
Illustrationer
bibliog., index
Dimensioner
224 x 147 x 24 mm
Vikt
552 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780198206866
English Feminism, 1780-1980 (inbunden)

English Feminism, 1780-1980

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Barbara Caine offers the first complete overview of the history of 'modern' English feminism, from the French Revolution through to the advent of Women's Liberation. Her analysis of feminist organizations, debates, and campaigns shows a keen sense of the relationship between feminist thought and actions, and wider social and cultural change. The result is a fascinating study with a new perspective on feminists and feminist traditions, which can be used both as an
introductory text and as an interpretative work.
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Laura E. Nym Mayhall, The Catholic University of America, Twentieth Century British History, vol 10 , no 2, 1999 provides a welcome synthesis of a generation of scholarship on feminism as political movement and ideology ... her account highlights a wide variety of individuals, movements and texts ... for those unfamiliar with the vast literature on English feminism, this is a smart and helpful guide ... Caine's analysis is msot innovative where she fills persistent lacunae in historians' accounts of feminism

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CHRONOLOGY; INTRODUCTION; 1. Feminism and the Rights of Women Socia change and sexual difference in the late eighteenth century Mary Wollstonecraft and the origins of modern Feminism Feminism and the Woman question; 2. Feminism and the Women Question in the early Nineteenth Century Men in feminism: William Thompson and the Unitarian radicals The tragic tale of Caroline Norton Harriet Martineau and the slow development of feminist consciousness Feminism, Evangelicalism, and 'Women's sphere'; 3. Mid-Victorian Feminism The Langham Place circle and the ghost of Mary Wollstonecraft Feminism, liberalism, and the problem of sexual oppression Feminist campaigns and feminist strategies Nation and empire in Victorian feminism; 4. The New Woman and the Militant Feminism and the new woman Feminism, the labour movement, and working-class women Militancy Feminism and imperialism; 5. Feminism and the Woman Citizen in the Inter-War Years The legacy of War A feminist programme Training women for citizenship Feminist questions and party politics From politics to culture: feminist theory in the 1920s and 1930s Feminism and internationalism; 6. The Post-War World The impact of war Feminist organizations and the feminist agenda The woman question in the 1950s and 1960s; AFTERWORD: FROM FEMINISM TO FEMINISMS; NOTES; SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX