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Women Imagine Change: A Global Anthology of Women's Resistance from 600 B.C.E. to Present - O'Barr, Jean F. (ed.)
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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL], Table of contents: General Introduction - Eugenia DeLamotte, Natania Meeker, Jean O'BarrPart I: Sexuality, Spirituality, and Power Introduction -- Eugenia DeLamotte 1. Vibia Perpetua -- A Martyr's Vision (203 CE) 2. Margery Kempe -- Chastity and Spiritual Desire (1436) 3. Rebecca Cox Jackson -- Three Visions (1830's-1840's) 4. Sumangalamata, Nanduttara, and Vimala - "I Am Free" (6th century BCE) 5. Anne Lister -- "No Priest But Love" (1824) 6. Grazida Lizier -- Is Making Love a Sin? (c. 1318) 7. Carolyn Mobley -- St. Paul and Lesbian Sexuality (1992) 8. Laura Geller -- "Encountering the Divine Presence" (1986) 9. Marguerite d'Oingt (13th-14th century CE) and Mara Clara Bingmer (1990) -- Jesus as Woman, Woman as Jesus 10. Gl3ckel of Hameln -- "Israel: A Woman in Travail" (1690-1719) 11. Chung Hyun Kyung -- The Bodhisattva and the Holy Spirit (1991) 12. Bonita Wa Wa Calachaw Nu64ez -- "Fighting the White Man's Gods" (early 20th century) 13. Fatima Mernissi (1975) and Ghada Samman (1961) -- Islam and Feminism: Changing Interpretations 14. Voltairine de Cleyre -- "Sex Slavery" (c. 1890) 15. Sei Shnagon -- The Good Lover (990-1000 CE) 16. Audre Lorde -- "The Erotic as Power" (1978) 17. Kwok Pui-Lan -- Feminist Theology and Female Sexuality (1992) PART II: WORK AND EDUCATION Introduction -- Jean O'Barr 18. Domitila Barrios de Chungara -- "I Had to Combine Everything" (1978) 19. Atukuri Molla -- "I Am No Scholar" (early 16th century) 20. Hipparchia -- "My Wisdom is Better" (3rd century CE, 1st century BCE) 21. Laura Cereta -- "Wearied by Your Carping" (1488) 22. Sei Shnagon -- "Women Serving in the Palace" (990-1000 CE) 23. Mary Collier -- "The Constant Action of Our Lab'ring Hands" (1739) 24. Maria Curter -- "My Job Disappeared When the Wall Opened" (1991) 25. Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain -- The Purdah Bus (1929) 26. Zitkala-Sa -- "Planted in a Strange Earth" (1921) 27. Mab Segrest -- "Confessions of a Closet Baptist" (1985) 28. Nzinga of Angola -- "Portrait of an African Queen" (17th Century) This global, multicultural anthology shows how women from some thirty countries, across twenty-six centuries, have found ways to resist oppression and gain power over their lives. Organized around themes of concern to contemporary readers, Women Imagine Change explores: relationships between women's sexuality and spirituality women's interlinked struggles to control their labor and education their work reshaping representations of gender and their varied translations of knowledge into power. Extensive introductions combine a broad theoretical perspective on gender and resistance with vivid biographical context. Not only do the writings show women's resistance from an historical perspective they also offer crucial insight into questions women are posing today about the relationships between their own power, the power of the various groups to which they belong, and the larger systems of power they confront in the world around them. 560 pages Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen, DE, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, offene Rechnung (Vorkasse vorbehalten)

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL], Table of contents: General Introduction - Eugenia DeLamotte, Natania Meeker, Jean O'BarrPart I: Sexuality, Spirituality, and Power Introduction -- Eugenia DeLamotte 1. Vibia Perpetua -- A Martyr's Vision (203 CE) 2. Margery Kempe -- Chastity and Spiritual Desire (1436) 3. Rebecca Cox Jackson -- Three Visions (1830's-1840's) 4. Sumangalamata, Nanduttara, and Vimala - "I Am Free" (6th century BCE) 5. Anne Lister -- "No Priest But Love" (1824) 6. Grazida Lizier -- Is Making Love a Sin? (c. 1318) 7. Carolyn Mobley -- St. Paul and Lesbian Sexuality (1992) 8. Laura Geller -- "Encountering the Divine Presence" (1986) 9. Marguerite d'Oingt (13th-14th century CE) and Mara Clara Bingmer (1990) -- Jesus as Woman, Woman as Jesus 10. Gl3ckel of Hameln -- "Israel: A Woman in Travail" (1690-1719) 11. Chung Hyun Kyung -- The Bodhisattva and the Holy Spirit (1991) 12. Bonita Wa Wa Calachaw Nu64ez -- "Fighting the White Man's Gods" (early 20th century) 13. Fatima Mernissi (1975) and Ghada Samman (1961) -- Islam and Feminism: Changing Interpretations 14. Voltairine de Cleyre -- "Sex Slavery" (c. 1890) 15. Sei Shnagon -- The Good Lover (990-1000 CE) 16. Audre Lorde -- "The Erotic as Power" (1978) 17. Kwok Pui-Lan -- Feminist Theology and Female Sexuality (1992) PART II: WORK AND EDUCATION Introduction -- Jean O'Barr 18. Domitila Barrios de Chungara -- "I Had to Combine Everything" (1978) 19. Atukuri Molla -- "I Am No Scholar" (early 16th century) 20. Hipparchia -- "My Wisdom is Better" (3rd century CE, 1st century BCE) 21. Laura Cereta -- "Wearied by Your Carping" (1488) 22. Sei Shnagon -- "Women Serving in the Palace" (990-1000 CE) 23. Mary Collier -- "The Constant Action of Our Lab'ring Hands" (1739) 24. Maria Curter -- "My Job Disappeared When the Wall Opened" (1991) 25. Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain -- The Purdah Bus (1929) 26. Zitkala-Sa -- "Planted in a Strange Earth" (1921) 27. Mab Segrest -- "Confessions of a Closet Baptist" (1985) 28. Nzinga of Angola -- "Portrait of an African Queen" (17th Century) This global, multicultural anthology shows how women from some thirty countries, across twenty-six centuries, have found ways to resist oppression and gain power over their lives. Organized around themes of concern to contemporary readers, Women Imagine Change explores: relationships between women's sexuality and spirituality women's interlinked struggles to control their labor and education their work reshaping representations of gender and their varied translations of knowledge into power. Extensive introductions combine a broad theoretical perspective on gender and resistance with vivid biographical context. Not only do the writings show women's resistance from an historical perspective they also offer crucial insight into questions women are posing today about the relationships between their own power, the power of the various groups to which they belong, and the larger systems of power they confront in the world around them. 560 pages Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen, DE, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, offene Rechnung (Vorkasse vorbehalten)

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL], Table of contents: General Introduction - Eugenia DeLamotte, Natania Meeker, Jean O'BarrPart I: Sexuality, Spirituality, and Power Introduction -- Eugenia DeLamotte 1. Vibia Perpetua -- A Martyr's Vision (203 CE) 2. Margery Kempe -- Chastity and Spiritual Desire (1436) 3. Rebecca Cox Jackson -- Three Visions (1830's-1840's) 4. Sumangalamata, Nanduttara, and Vimala - "I Am Free" (6th century BCE) 5. Anne Lister -- "No Priest But Love" (1824) 6. Grazida Lizier -- Is Making Love a Sin? (c. 1318) 7. Carolyn Mobley -- St. Paul and Lesbian Sexuality (1992) 8. Laura Geller -- "Encountering the Divine Presence" (1986) 9. Marguerite d'Oingt (13th-14th century CE) and Mara Clara Bingmer (1990) -- Jesus as Woman, Woman as Jesus 10. Gl3ckel of Hameln -- "Israel: A Woman in Travail" (1690-1719) 11. Chung Hyun Kyung -- The Bodhisattva and the Holy Spirit (1991) 12. Bonita Wa Wa Calachaw Nu64ez -- "Fighting the White Man's Gods" (early 20th century) 13. Fatima Mernissi (1975) and Ghada Samman (1961) -- Islam and Feminism: Changing Interpretations 14. Voltairine de Cleyre -- "Sex Slavery" (c. 1890) 15. Sei Shnagon -- The Good Lover (990-1000 CE) 16. Audre Lorde -- "The Erotic as Power" (1978) 17. Kwok Pui-Lan -- Feminist Theology and Female Sexuality (1992) PART II: WORK AND EDUCATION Introduction -- Jean O'Barr 18. Domitila Barrios de Chungara -- "I Had to Combine Everything" (1978) 19. Atukuri Molla -- "I Am No Scholar" (early 16th century) 20. Hipparchia -- "My Wisdom is Better" (3rd century CE, 1st century BCE) 21. Laura Cereta -- "Wearied by Your Carping" (1488) 22. Sei Shnagon -- "Women Serving in the Palace" (990-1000 CE) 23. Mary Collier -- "The Constant Action of Our Lab'ring Hands" (1739) 24. Maria Curter -- "My Job Disappeared When the Wall Opened" (1991) 25. Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain -- The Purdah Bus (1929) 26. Zitkala-Sa -- "Planted in a Strange Earth" (1921) 27. Mab Segrest -- "Confessions of a Closet Baptist" (1985) 28. Nzinga of Angola -- "Portrait of an African Queen" (17th Century) This global, multicultural anthology shows how women from some thirty countries, across twenty-six centuries, have found ways to resist oppression and gain power over their lives. Organized around themes of concern to contemporary readers, Women Imagine Change explores: relationships between women's sexuality and spirituality women's interlinked struggles to control their labor and education their work reshaping representations of gender and their varied translations of knowledge into power. Extensive introductions combine a broad theoretical perspective on gender and resistance with vivid biographical context. Not only do the writings show women's resistance from an historical perspective they also offer crucial insight into questions women are posing today about the relationships between their own power, the power of the various groups to which they belong, and the larger systems of power they confront in the world around them. 560 pages Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen, DE, Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, offene Rechnung (Vorkasse vorbehalten)

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"Women Imagine Change" shows how women all over the world, across a span of twenty-six hundred years, have found ways to resist oppression and gain power over their lives. Organized around themes of concern to contemporary readers, this genuinely global, multicultural anthology presents women from some thirty countries, speaking from their vivid, diverse life experiences. The relationships between sexuality and spirituality are described by a feminist rabbi's account of her struggle with religious tradition and a thirteenth-century French peasant explaining her self-invented doctrine of free love to the Inquisition. In a section on women's attempts to control their labor and education, we hear a North Carolina stenographer tell how "I Did the Work and They Drew the Pay" (1897) and a Muslim educator in India recount her struggle getting girls to school in the nightmarish heat of a "purdah bus." Other sections describe women reshaping cultural representations of gender and translating their knowledge into transformative power--in experience ranging from Florence Nightingale's silent anger in an English drawing room to military officer Halide Edip Adivar's encounter with a prostitute sent to dance for her in a Turkish village. Introductions enhance the writings with historical and biographical information, enabling the readers to see each writer in her unique situation. Anyone who has asked what needs to change for women will find this volume indispensable. Not only do the writings show women's resistance from an historical perspective; they also offer crucial insight into questions women are posing today about the relationships between their own power, the power of the various groups to which they belong, and the larger systems of power they confront in the world around them. Women Imagine Change: A Global Anthology of Women's Resistance from 600 B.C.E. to Present DeLamotte / DeLamotte, Eugenia / Meeker, Natania, Routledge

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[ED: Paperback / Taschenbuch], [PU: Routledge], This global, multicultural anthology is drawn from the diaries, letters, autobiographies, memoirs, and essays of women from some 30 countries, over a period of 26 centuries. Among the 39 selections are the writings of such canonical figures as Mary Wollstonecraft, Sappho, Christine de Pizan, and Susan B. Anthony, as well as contemporary writers such as Chung Hyun Kyung, and Angela Davis. These selections are organized thematically around issues crucial to women's experiences today. No index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or. This global, multicultural anthology shows how women from some thirty countries, across twenty-six centuries, have found ways to resist oppression and gain power over their lives. Organized around themes of concern to contemporary readers, Women Imagine Change explores: relationships between women's sexuality and spirituality women's interlinked struggles to control their labor and education their work reshaping representations of gender and their varied translations of knowledge into power. Extensive introductions combine a broad theoretical perspective on gender and resistance with vivid biographical context. Not only do the writings show women's resistance from an historical perspective they also offer crucial insight into questions women are posing today about the relationships between their own power, the power of the various groups to which they belong, and the larger systems of power they confront in the world around them., DE, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, Paperback / Taschenbuch, [GW: 975g], offene Rechnung (Vorkasse vorbehalten), sofortueberweisung.de, Selbstabholung und Barzahlung, PayPal, Lastschrift, Banküberweisung, Internationaler Versand

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Women Imagine Change: A Global Anthology of Women's Resistance from 600 B.C.E. to Present

Organized around themes of concern to contemporary readers, this global, multicultural anthology presents women from 30 countries, speaking from their vivid, diverse life experiences. "Women Imagine Change" shows how women all over the world, across a span of 2,600 years, have found ways to resist oppression and gain power over their lives.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780415915311
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0415915317
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Publishing year: 1997
Publisher: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN & HALL
480 Pages
Weight: 0,989 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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