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Women's Suffrage: The Complete Guide to the Nineteenth Amendment (2020)
This is the "everything" women's suffrage and Nineteenth Amendment book, coming just as the country celebrates the centenary of the constitutional amendment that finally brought the vote to all American women.
Women's Rights in the United States, 4 volumes (2014)
A comprehensive encyclopedia tracing the history of the women's rights movement in the United States from the American Revolution to the present day.
Feminist Writings from Ancient Times to the Modern World, 2 volumes (2011)
The history of feminism goes much further back than most people imagine. The common images of feminism—protests involving public bra burning or rallies for reproductive rights, for example—only represent very recent Western incarnations of women's rights and a school of thought that extends back through four millennia of human history.
American Women of Science since 1900, 2 volumes (2010)
In the U.S., women continue to be demonstrably underrepresented in the scientific professions, where the competitive playing field is still not equal. But there is no question that in the last 100 years, American women scientists have made significant advancements, contributing breakthroughs in everything from genetics to computers to household products while opening up the culture of the profession.
Critical Companion to Ralph Waldo Emerson (2010)
Critical Companion to Ralph Waldo Emerson is a reliable and up-to-date resource for students interested in this prolific author. This illustrated volume examines Emerson's life and 140 of his most important works, including all of his major essays and 60 of his poems.
Encyclopedia of Transcendentalism (2006)
Encyclopedia of Transcendentalism provides a comprehensive A-to-Z guide to the Transcendentalists, the legendary group of New England authors that included Ralph Emerson and Henry David Thoreau.
Women's Roles in 19th-Century America (2006)
Readers will come away with a solid understanding of a broad range of nineteenth-century American women and their domestic life, the boundaries between home and public life, work, the intricacies of social and political reform, new directions in religious and literary roles, and the multicultural histories of the American West.
Woman Thinking: Feminism and Transcendentalism in 19th-Century America (2004)
This book explores the theoretical relationship between feminism and transcendentalism through the ideas and activism of prominent 19th century female thinkers and activists.
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