English Feminism, 1780-1980 Barbara Caine

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English Feminism, 1780-1980  by  Barbara Caine

English Feminism, 1780-1980 by Barbara Caine
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Chronology Introduction 1. Feminism and the Rights of WomenSocial change and sexual difference in the late eighteenth centuryMary Wollstonecraft and the origins of modern FeminismFeminism and the Woman question2. Feminism and the Women Question inMoreChronology Introduction 1. Feminism and the Rights of WomenSocial change and sexual difference in the late eighteenth centuryMary Wollstonecraft and the origins of modern FeminismFeminism and the Woman question2.

Feminism and the Women Question in the early Nineteenth CenturyMen in feminism: William Thompson and the Unitarian radicalsThe tragic tale of Caroline NortonHarriet Martineau and the slow development of feminist consciousnessFeminism, Evangelicalism, and Womens sphere3. Mid-Victorian FeminismThe Langham Place circle and the ghost of Mary WollstonecraftFeminism, liberalism, and the problem of sexual oppressionFeminist campaigns and feminist strategiesNation and empire in Victorian feminism4.

The New Woman and the MilitantFeminism and the new womanFeminism, the labour movement, and working-class womenMilitancyFeminism and imperialism5. Feminism and the Woman Citizen in the Inter-War YearsThe legacy of WarA feminist programmeTraining women for citizenshipFeminist questions and party politicsFrom politics to culture: feminist theory in the 1920s and 1930sFeminism and internationalism6.

The Post-War WorldThe impact of warFeminist organizations and the feminist agendaThe woman question in the 1950s and 1960sAfterword: From Feminism to Feminisms Notes Select Bibliography Index



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