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Women's Source Library

Edited by Various

Routledge – 2002 – 3,848 pages

Series: Routledge Library Editions

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    978-0-415-47909-7
    October 24th 2001

Description

First published by Routledge Kegan & Paul 1986-1991, this new reprint collection makes available once again the most important primary sources from the Fawcett library in an accessible resource.

The pamphlets and papers gathered here illustrate major debates on a range of issues including suffrage, education, work, science, and medicine. Each volume contains an historical introduction to the material, and biographical details of those campaigners who sought to improve the social, economic, and legal status of women.

Reviews

`The publishers of the Women's Source Library… can only be applauded in their efforts to make these materials more generally available, and the series should be on the shelves of every serious library.' - Times Higher Education Supplement

Contents

Volume 1

Dale Spender The Education Papers [1987]

Volume 2

Ann Russo and Cheris Kramarae The Radical Women's Press of the 1850s [1991]

Volume 3

Candida Ann Lacey Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon and the Langham Place Group [1987]

Volume 4

Lana F. Rakow and Cheris Kramarae The Revolution in Words [1990]

Volume 5

Jane Lewis Before the Vote was Won [1987]

Volume 6

Sheila Jeffreys The Sexuality Debates [1987]

Volume 7

Sally Alexander Women's Fabian Tracts [1988]

Volume 8

Jane Marcus Suffrage and the Pankhursts

Volume 9 Carol McPhee and Ann Fitzgerald The Non-Violent Militant

Name: Women's Source Library (Hardback)Routledge 
Description: Edited by Various. First published by Routledge Kegan & Paul 1986-1991, this new reprint collection makes available once again the most important primary sources from the Fawcett library in an accessible resource. The pamphlets and papers gathered here illustrate...
Categories: Women's History, Women's Studies, Women's & Gender History