Woman S Voice Woman S Place

Author: Joelle Million
Publisher: Praeger Publishers
ISBN: 9780275978778
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"Recounting the story of America's antebellum woman's rights movement through the efforts of Lucy Stone (1818-1893), this account differs dramatically from those that focus almost exclusively on Susan B. Anthony or Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Million examines the social forces of the 1830s and 1840s that led Stone to become a woman's reformer and her early agitation as a student at Oberlin College, including what may well be the nation's first "strike" for equal pay for women." "She worked tirelessly during the 1850s, not only as the movement's "silver-tongued" orator, but also as the organizer and manager of the National Woman's Rights Conventions, champion of coeducation, instigator of nationwide petitioning efforts, and first person to plead for women's equal legal rights before a body of lawmakers." "Million also details the trials of motherhood that eventually led Stone to pass leadership of the movement to Anthony and Stanton on the eve of the Civil War."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

National Parks And The Woman S Voice

Author: Polly Welts Kaufman
Publisher: UNM Press
ISBN: 9780826339942
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In this updated study, Polly Kaufman discovers that staff are no longer able to fulfill the National Park Service mission without outside support.

A Woman S Place

Author: Katelyn Beaty
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 147679409X
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The managing editor of Christianity Today and founder of the popular Her.meneutics blog encourages women to find joy in vocation in this game-changing look at the importance of women and work. Women today inhabit and excel in every profession, yet many Christian women wonder about the value of work outside the home. And in circles where the traditional family model is highly regarded, many working women who sense a call to work find little church or peer support. In A Woman’s Place, Katelyn Beaty, print managing editor of Christianity Today and cofounder of Her.meneutics, insists it’s time to reconsider women’s work. She challenges us to explore new ways to live out the Scriptural call to rule over creation—in the office, the home, in ministry, and beyond. Starting with the Bible’s approach to work—including the creation story, the Proverbs 31 woman, and New Testament models—Beaty shows how women’s roles in Western society have changed; how the work-home divide came to exist; and how the Bible offers models of women in leadership. Readers will be inspired by stories of women effecting dynamic cultural change, leading institutions, and living out grand and beautiful vocations. Far from insisting that women must work outside the home, Beaty urges all believers into a better framework for imagining career, ambition, and calling. Whether caring for children, running a home, business, or working full-time, all readers will be inspired to live in a way that glorifies God. Sure to spark discussion, A Woman’s Place is a game-changing look at the importance of work for women and men alike.

In A Different Voice

Author: Carol GILLIGAN
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674037618
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This is the little book that started a revolution, making women's voices heard, in their own right and with their own integrity, for virtually the first time in social scientific theorizing about women. Its impact was immediate and continues to this day, in the academic world and beyond. Translated into sixteen languages, with more than 700,000 copies sold around the world, In a Different Voice has inspired new research, new educational initiatives, and political debate—and helped many women and men to see themselves and each other in a different light.

A Woman S Place In Early America

Author: LeeAnne Gelletly
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1422293483
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In early America, married women had no rights under law. They belonged to their husbands. Their voices were not heard in public. But with the War of Independence, women found a voice as patriots. They supported the rebellion with boycotts. During wartime, women spied on the enemy. They served as messengers. They tended the wounded. Some even served as soldiers. Women performed daring feats of bravery. And they proved they were capable of doing much more than 18-century society allowed them. Some women called for change. Abigail Adams asked that the laws of the new nation recognize legal and educational rights for women. Judith Sargent Murray called for educational reform. It would take several more decades before women took up the cause for their legal, educational, and political rights. But leaders of the movement would be able to look to 18th-century American women for inspiration.

A Saudi Woman S Voice

Author: Maha Noor Elahi
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1503563618
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A fusion of witty sarcasm and deep dark emotional truths brilliantly woven by Maha Noor Elahi, her poetry speaks on behalf of many silent voices, opening a window to the rebellious, tender, exotic and powerful being that is called a Saudi woman. Mira Khatib; Published author, award winning poet, Editor-in-Chief @arabwomanmag.com A Saudi Womans Voice is a collection of poems that span over a decade and across various settings, in which the writer memoirs the world through a womans eyes, her dreams, silent wishes a world full of manipulation and deceit and the struggles women face in a world controlled by men and made to feel plagued by feelings of inadequacy and helplessness. Noor Elahi offers a rare view into a Muslim womans identity how she views herself within the world around her when she comments on war, death and destruction as well in her never-ending quest for justice and peace. She also reflects on the various facets of a woman and offers her thoughts on motherhood, social hypocrisy, being a teacher, and the struggles of a poet, all in a gentle soul-searching journey. Readers will experience a womans struggle to make sense of experiences that became the focus of this journey of self-discovery prompting them to look into their own lives. The book is a fascinating experience for those interested in gaining awareness from both self-examination and mining the past in an effort to understand the present. Dr ZilalMeccawy, Assistant Professor, English Language Institute, King AbdulazizUniversity, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Language And Woman S Place

Author: Robin Tolmach Lakoff
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780195347173
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The 1975 publication of Robin Tolmach Lakoff's Language and Woman's Place, is widely recognized as having inaugurated feminist research on the relationship between language and gender, touching off a remarkable response among language scholars, feminists, and general readers. For the past thirty years, scholars of language and gender have been debating and developing Lakoff's initial observations. Arguing that language is fundamental to gender inequality, Lakoff pointed to two areas in which inequalities can be found: Language used about women, such as the asymmetries between seemingly parallel terms like master and mistress, and language used by women, which places women in a double bind between being appropriately feminine and being fully human. Lakoff's central argument that "women's language" expresses powerlessness triggered a controversy that continues to this day. The revised and expanded edition presents the full text of the original first edition, along with an introduction and annotations by Lakoff in which she reflects on the text a quarter century later and expands on some of the most widely discussed issues it raises. The volume also brings together commentaries from twenty-six leading scholars of language, gender, and sexuality, within linguistics, anthropology, modern languages, education, information sciences, and other disciplines. The commentaries discuss the book's contribution to feminist research on language and explore its ongoing relevance for scholarship in the field. This new edition of Language and Woman's Place not only makes available once again the pioneering text of feminist linguistics; just as important, it places the text in the context of contemporary feminist and gender theory for a new generation of readers.

A Woman S Place

Author: Marita Golden
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780345471680
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Argula Von Grumbach

Author: Argula von Grumbach
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 9780567097071
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In 1523, in one of the most daring and remarkable events in the history of the Reformation, a woman challenged the Catholic establishment to a public debate. The issue was the persecution of a young Lutheran student in Ingolstadt.Argula von Grumbach's writings on this and many other topics were widely circulated: her first publication alone went through sixteen editions. She addressed the Catholic theologians of Ingolstadt, the Dukes of Bavaria and the Councils of Ingolstadt and Regensburg. She also met with and conducted an extensive correspondence with Luther, Osiander and many of the leading reformers.Professor Peter Matheson here provides translations of all her published works together with introductions. He gives a full biographical account of von Grumbach, analyses her use of Scripture and discusses her role as a woman of the Reformation.The rediscovery of Protestanism's first female theologian and author affords a wealth of new insight into the history of the Reformation; the role of women in Church, state and society; and a woman's use of Scripture, which in many ways anticipates the flowering of feminist theology today.

A Woman S Place

Author: L. M. Schulman
Publisher: Macmillan Reference USA
ISBN: 9780816162444
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