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Published by Blackwell in Oxford, Malden, Mass .
Written in English


  • Sex role -- History,
  • Gender identity,
  • Women -- History

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index

StatementLeonore Davidoff, Keith McClelland and Eleni Varikas
ContributionsDavidoff, Leonore, McClelland, Keith, Varikas, Eleni
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 217 p. ;
Number of Pages217
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16982621M
ISBN 100631219986

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Writing Gender History explores the evolution of historical writing about women and gender from the s until the early twenty-first century. With chapters on the history of Europe, the USA, colonial India and Africa, the discussion moves from women's history to gender history, and then to poststructuralist challenges to that by: Books shelved as gender-history: Gender and the Politics of History by Joan Wallach Scott, Gay New York: Gender, Urban Culture, and the Making of the Gay.   About the author () Susan Kingsley Kent is Professor and Chair of the Department of History at the University of Colorado, USA. She is the author of Sex and Suffrage in Britain, , Gender and Power in Britain, and Aftershocks: Politics and Trauma in Britain, “ The Gender of History should be required reading for every student of history, undergraduate and graduate. And it should be welcomed by readers beyond the academy. It provokes, it informs, it shocks, it enlightens. It is a tour de force. It will be a classic.

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book’s characters reside, there is a law against “Gender Treachery”, or homosexuality (Atwood, 43). In this way, to perform gender correctly in Gilead is to be heterosexual and only to engage in heterosexual sex in the way the government man dates it, which is solely for reproductive : William Tringali.   Scott has given us an intelligent, sensitive reflection on the nature of events, of thought, of judgment, of history. New Republic At once a ‘how-to’ manual and a broad assessment of the state of women’s history in the s. It will clearly become a classic volume for both feminist theory and women’s history. Gender and Society.   For each book, we gathered the following data: the title, the author’s name, the ISBN, the name of the imprint, an informed guess at the author’s gender, whether the book was a biography. It was a book that came out of her experience of studying fir a degree in history at Oxford, and her frustration that women were never mentioned. So Oxford has a very particular place in the tradition of writing gender and women’s history. When I was a student, I could not have applied to any of the three Oxford colleges where I have since.