6 edition of FEMINISM IN THE HEARTLAND found in the catalog.
October 1, 2002
by Ohio State University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||300|
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Feminism in the Heartland tells the story of second-wave feminism. Set in a “typical” American city, Dayton, Ohio, it traces the history of a dynamic, utopian movement that transformed the lives of thousands of women who fought to make their city and country responsive to women’s by: Feminism in the Heartland tells the story of second-wave feminism.
Set in a “typical” American city, Dayton, Ohio, it traces the history of a dynamic, utopian movement that transformed the lives of thousands of women who fought to make their city and country responsive to women’s needs.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ezekiel, Judith, Feminism in the heartland. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, © (OCoLC) A few years ago when Kevin McGruder, current Vice President for Academic Affairs and history professor, was teaching “Ohio History” there was a book on reserve for that course called “Feminism in the Heartland” by Judith Ezekiel (Village resident and Women’s Studies professor from nearby Wright State University).
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Durham, NC: Duke University Press, Feminism in the Heartland. By Judith Ezekiel. "Big Sister is a compelling history of feminism and anti-feminism in the American Midwest that delves into the curious realm of conspiracy theories, demonstrating their significant and relentless impact on Heartland conservatism.
Erin Kempker's book does the important work of linking Cold War era and New Right conservatism, showing how the steady drumbeat of anti-internationalism, conspiricism, and anti Author: Erin M. Kempker. "Big Sister is a compelling history of feminism and anti-feminism in the American Midwest that delves into the curious realm of conspiracy theories, demonstrating their significant and relentless impact on Heartland conservatism.
Erin Kempker's book does the important work of linking Cold War era and New Right conservatism, showing how the steady drumbeat of anti-internationalism, conspiricism, and anti.
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Tutte le categorie. VAI Ricerca Bestseller Idee Author: Judith Ezekiel. "This [undergraduate] paper examines Gilman's utopic novel, looking at education, language and sex roles in this feminist civilization.". Calendar There are no upcoming events. Brown University. Providence, Rhode IslandUSA Phone: The strongest element of “Heartland,” then, is its unabashed womanliness.
At a time of national reckoning about endemic misogyny, “Heartland” does some serious feminist Author: Leah Hampton. Though it reads like a plucky sci-fi adventure serial, at Herland’s heart is an unapologetically feminist treatise. Gilman goes for it in a way that Author: Lindy West.
Heartland: A Memoir of Working Hard and Being Broke in the Richest Country on Earth Sarah Smarsh, Scribner pp. ISBN Summary Longlisted, National Book Award-Nonfiction An eye-opening memoir of working-class poverty in the American Midwest.
During Sarah Smarsh’s turbulent childhood in Kansas in the s and s, the forces of cyclical poverty and the. books based on 33 votes: The Feminine Mystique by Betty Friedan, Set the Night on Fire: L.A. in the Sixties by Mike Davis, Sexual Politics by Kate Mi Home My Books.
Feminism in Herland by Charlotte Perkins Gilman and When It Changed by Joanna Russ During the long history of science fiction, one of the most common themes is the utopia. Many feminists used utopia to convey their ideas. Two of these stories, Herland by Charlotte Perkins Gilman and "When It Changed.
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Feminism in the Heartland by Judith Ezekiel tells the story of the women's movement in Dayton, Ohio in the 's. The CWLU experience was an influence on the women's liberation movement in Dayton. This book overcomes the bi-coastal bias of many histories of the period.
Sex in the Heartland Book Summary: Sex in the Heartland is the story of the sexual revolution in a small university town in the quintessential heartland state of Kansas.
Bypassing the oft-told tales of radicals and revolutionaries on either coast, Beth Bailey argues that the revolution was forged in towns and cities alike, as "ordinary" people. Conservative women in the Midwest, however, saw an event like the International Year of the Woman not as a celebration, but as part of a conspiracy that would lead to radicalism and one-world government.
Erin M. Kempker delves into how conspiracy theories affected--and undermined--second wave feminism in Author: Erin M.
Kempker. The cold war, with its rhetoric of good and evil and grassroots focus on subversion and domestic saboteurs, is a critically important time in the creation of a divided worldview within the United States and the formation of right-wing thought around the world.² Kim Nielson and, more recently, Kirsten Delegard have uncovered the roots of female conservatism in turn-of-the-century antifeminism.“I resisted feminism in my late teens and my twenties because i worried that feminism wouldn't allow me to be the mess of a woman i knew myself to be.
But then i began to learn more about feminism. i learnt to separate feminism from Feminism or Feminists or the idea of an Essential Feminism - one true feminism to dominate all of womankind.”.In The Heartland, Kristin L. Hoganson drills deep into the center of the country, only to find a global story in the resulting core sample.
Deftly navigating the disconnect between history and myth, she tracks both the backstory of this region and the evolution of the idea of an unalloyed heart at the center of the land.