Controversies in the History of British Feminism (History of British Feminism)

Controversies in the History of British Feminism (History of British Feminism)

By: Tamae Mizuta (editor), Marie Mulvey Roberts (editor)Hardback

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First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Contents

The Educators: Female Education 492pp Essays on Various Subjects, Principally Designed for Young Women [1777] Hannah More 220pp A Plan for the Conduct of Female Education in Boarding Schools [1797] Erasmus Darwin 126pp Female Accomplishments, Masters and Governesses in Practical Education [1798] Maria Edgeworth 36pp Some Account of a Proposed New College for Women [1868] Women in the Universities of England and Scotland [1869] Emily Davies 25pp, 42pp The Education of Girls: its Present and its Future [1869] Elizabeth C Wolstoneholme-Elmy 41pp Relation of School to Work in Work and Play in Girls' Schools [1898] Dorothea Beale 7pp Volume 2: The Workers: Women and Labour 706pp "Educated Destitution" from Essays on Women's Work [1866] Bessie Rayner Parkes 8pp Medicine as a Profession for Women [1869] Sophia Jex-Blake 44pp A Working Woman's Speech Clementina Black 8pp Marriage as a Trade [1909] Cecily Hamilton 263pp Women and Labour [1911] Olive Shreiner 276pp The Working Life of Women [1911] B L (Elizabeth Leigh) Hutchins 22pp The Married Working Woman: A Study [1911] Anna Martin 49pp Volume 3: The Suffragists: Towards the Vote479pp The Political Disabilities of Women [1872] Lydia Becker 33pp Liberty, Equality and Fraternity; a Reply to Mr fitzjames Stephen's Sticture on the subjection of Women [1873] Lydia Becker 29pp The Women's Suffrage Movement [1905] Emily Davies 15pp Women's Suffrage: A Short History of a Great Movement [1912] Millicent Fawcett 92pp The ABC of Votes for Women [1909-1910] Marion Holmes 13pp The Future of the Womne's Movement [1913] Helena Swanwick 226pp The Latest Intelligence from the Planet Venus [1871] Anon 10pp Volume 4: The Rebels: Irish Feminists376pp Letter to the editor of The Crisis [1833] 15pp Letter by Vlasta [1833] 29pp A Letter from Anna Wheeler [1832] 6pp Anna Wheeler An Address to Both Houses of Parliament for the Suppression of Old Women of both Sexes [1839] Rosina Bulwer Lytton 18pp A Hibernian Tale [1800] Maria Edgeworth 33pp The Bondage of Women [1893] 19pp Irish Leaders and Martyrs [1893] 5pp Lady Jane Wilde Extracts from Women, Ideals and the Nation [1909] Constance Markievicz 3pp Why I became a Suffragette [1907] Charlotte Despard 8pp Women and Politics: A Reply [1907] Eva Gore-Booth 8pp Prisoners in the Free State [1937] How We Beat the Terrorist Proclamation Must we Fight Again for Ireland's Honour? An Phoblacht [1933] Maud Gonne McBride 6pp, 5pp, 4pp The Tale of a Great Sham Ann Parnell 157pp Volume 5: The Opponents: The Anti-Suffragists562pp Queen Victoria and Women's Rights [1909-1910] Anon 1pp Suffrage Fallacies - Sir Almoroth Wright on "Militant Hysteria" [1912] 14pp The Unexpugated Case Against Woman Suffrage [1913] Sir Almroth Wright 100pp, Woman or Suffragette? [1907] Marie Corelli 40pp The Fraud of Feminism [1913] Ernest Belford Bax 179pp BAnti-Suffragist Anxieties [1910] Bertrand Russell 26pp Is Woman Suffrage Inevitable [1908] Mrs Humphry Ward 2pp The "Physical Force" Fallacy [1913] Laurence

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  • ISBN13: 9780415118736
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 2955
  • ID: 9780415118736
  • weight: 5783
  • ISBN10: 0415118735

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