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Pedersen, Sarah - The Scottish Suffragettes and the Press, e-kirja

The Scottish Suffragettes and the Press

Pedersen, Sarah

109,10€

Table of contents
1. Introduction
Sarah Pedersen
2. The Situation in Scotland before the Arrival of the Suffragettes
Sarah Pedersen
3. The Early Years of the Suffragette Campaign – Watching from Scotland
Sarah Pedersen
4.…

Bean, Dalea - Jamaican Women and the World Wars, e-kirja

Jamaican Women and the World Wars

Bean, Dalea

118,65€

Table of contents
1. Introduction
Dalea Bean
2. ‘War Can No Longer Be Confined to the Battlefield’: Situating Jamaica in World Wars I and II
Dalea Bean
3. ‘Doing Their Little Bit’: Women’s Organisation of Jamaican World War…

Century, Rachel - Female Administrators of the Third Reich, e-kirja

Female Administrators of the Third Reich

Century, Rachel

109,10€

Table of contents
1. Introduction
Rachel Century
Part I. Hitler’s Helferinnen
2. Women in Service for the Fatherland
Rachel Century
3. Women at Work
Rachel Century
Part II. Sex, Lies and Stenography
4. Typing for the…

Dunn-Hensley, Susan - Anna of Denmark and Henrietta Maria, e-kirja

Anna of Denmark and Henrietta Maria

Dunn-Hensley, Susan

104,25€

Table of contents
1. Introduction
Susan Dunn-Hensley
2. Anna of Denmark and Henrietta Maria: Catholic Queens in a Protestant Land
Susan Dunn-Hensley
3. Witches and Queens: Queen Anna and Representations of Female Power
Susan Dunn-Hensley
4.…

Sørensen, Marie Louise Stig - Gender Archaeology, e-kirja

Gender Archaeology

Sørensen, Marie Louise Stig

79,20€

In Part Two, the author focuses on the materiality of gender, exploring it through case studies ranging from prehistory to contemporary society. Food, dress, space and contact are examined in turn, to show how they express and negotiate gender roles.
This illustrated

Orlin, Lena Cowen - Locating Privacy in Tudor London, e-kirja

Locating Privacy in Tudor London

Orlin, Lena Cowen

77,35€

The book is of interest to literary, social, cultural, and architectural historians, to historians of the Reformation and of London, and to historians of gender and women's studies. Lena Cowen Orlin re-assesses the issue of