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The essential feminist reader, edited and with an introduction by Estelle B. Freedman

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The essential feminist reader
Title
The essential feminist reader
Statement of responsibility
edited and with an introduction by Estelle B. Freedman
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Moving beyond standard texts by English and American feminist thinkers, this collection features primary source material from around the globe, including short works of fiction and drama, political manifestos, and the work of lesser-known writers
Member of
Cataloging source
BTCTA
Dewey number
305.4209
Index
index present
LC call number
HQ1154
LC item number
.E77 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1947-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Freedman, Estelle B.
Series statement
Modern Library classics
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Feminism
  • Feminist theory
  • Feminism
  • Feminist theory
  • Feminismus. (DE-588)4222126-2
  • Frauenbewegung. (DE-588)4071428-7
  • Frauenliteratur. (DE-588)4113622-6
  • Feminismus
  • Frauenliteratur
  • Feminism
Label
The essential feminist reader, edited and with an introduction by Estelle B. Freedman
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Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • (Mexico, 1691)
  • A serious proposal to the ladies
  • Mary Astell
  • (England, 1694)
  • A vindication of the rights of woman
  • Mary Wollstonecraft
  • (England, 1792)
  • Flowers in the mirror
  • Li Ju-chen
  • (China, c. 1800)
  • The book of the city of ladies
  • Letters on the equality of the sexes
  • Sarah M. Grimké
  • (United States, 1837)
  • "The emancipation of working class women"
  • Flora Tristan
  • (France, 1843)
  • "Declaration of sentiments and resolutions"
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton
  • (United States, 1848)
  • Two speeches
  • Christine de Pizan
  • Sojourner Truth
  • (United States, 1851, 1867)
  • "The enfranchisement of women"
  • Harriet Taylor Mill
  • (England, 1851)
  • The subjection of women
  • John Stuart Mill
  • (England, 1869)
  • "Social purity"
  • Susan B. Anthony
  • (France, 1405)
  • (United States, 1875)
  • The doll's house
  • Henrik Ibsen
  • (Sweden, 1879)
  • "Daughters in boxes"
  • Kishida Toshiko
  • (Japan, 1883)
  • The origin of the family, private property, and the state
  • Friedrich Engels
  • (Germany, 1884)
  • On the equality of the two sexes
  • "Equality of rights"
  • Francisca Diniz
  • (Brazil, 1890)
  • A voice from the South
  • Anna Julia Cooper
  • (United States, 1892)
  • "The solitude of self"
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton
  • (United States, 1892)
  • "The yellow wallpaper"
  • Franc̨ois Poullain de la Barre
  • Charlotte Perkins Gilman
  • (United States, 1892)
  • The liberation of women
  • Qasim Amin
  • (Egypt, 1899)
  • (France, 1673)
  • "The reply to Sor Philotea"
  • Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz
  • (United States, 1906)
  • "The social basis of the woman question"
  • Alexandra Kollontai
  • (Russia, 1909)
  • Three poems. "Rise up! To woman"
  • Sara Estela Ramírez
  • (United States, 1910) ; "The day the mountains move"
  • Yosano Akiko
  • (Japan, 1911) ; "Bread and roses" James Oppenheim
  • (United States, 1911)
  • "Sultana's dream"
  • Mi opinión
  • Luisa Capetillo
  • (Puerto Rico, 1911)
  • Suffrage speech at Old Bailey
  • Emmeline Pankhurst
  • (England, 1912)
  • Resolutions of the Zurich conference
  • Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
  • (1919)
  • "The damnation of women"
  • Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain
  • W.E.B. Du Bois
  • (United States, 1919)
  • Woman and the new race
  • Margaret Sanger
  • (United States, 1920)
  • "East and West in cooperation"
  • Shareefeh Hamid Ali
  • (India, 1935)
  • Three guineas
  • Virginia Woolf
  • (India, 1905)
  • (England, 1938)
  • Nation and family
  • Alva Myrdal
  • (Sweden, 1941)
  • "Thoughts on March 8"
  • Ding Ling
  • (China, 1942)
  • Speeches at Arab Feminist Conference
  • Huda Shaarawi
  • (Egypt, 1944)
  • Stones of the jingwei bird
  • "We had equality till Britain came"
  • Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti
  • (Nigeria, 1947)
  • The second sex
  • Simone de Beauvoir
  • (France, 1949)
  • Women's charter and aims
  • Federation of South African Women
  • (South Africa, 1954)
  • The feminine mystique
  • Qiu Jin
  • Betty Friedan
  • (United States, 1963)
  • Testimony, House Committee on Education and Labor
  • Pauli Murray
  • (United States, 1970)
  • "The politics of housework"
  • Pat Mainardi
  • (United States, 1970)
  • (China, 1905-07)
  • "The tragedy of woman's emancipation"
  • Emma Goldman
  • (India, 1974)
  • Against our will : men, women and rape
  • Susan Brownmiller
  • (United States, 1975)
  • "The laugh of the Medusa"
  • Hélène Cixous
  • (France, 1975)
  • "A Black feminist statement"
  • Combahee River Collective
  • (United States, 1977)
  • Our bodies, ourselves
  • "The master's tools will never dismantle the master's house"
  • Audre Lorde
  • (United States, 1979)
  • Convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women
  • United Nations (1979)
  • "The woman's problem"
  • Domitila Barrios de la Chungara
  • (Bolivia, 1980)
  • "A statement on genital mutilation"
  • Association of African Women for Research and Development
  • Boston Women's Health Book Collective
  • (Senegal, 1980)
  • "How it all began : I have had an abortion"
  • Anonymous
  • (Germany, 1981)
  • "One is not born a woman"
  • Monique Wittig
  • (France, 1981)
  • "Notes toward a politics of location"
  • Adrienne Rich
  • (United States, 1984)
  • (United States, 1973)
  • "La conciencia de la mestiza =
  • Toward a new consciousness"
  • Gloria Anzaldúa
  • (United States, 1987)
  • "When sexism and racism are no longer fashionable" and "Do women have to be naked to get into the Met. Museum?"
  • Guerrilla Girls
  • (United States, 1989)
  • "Riot grrrl manifesto"
  • Kathleen Hanna [of] Bikini Kill
  • (United States, 1992)
  • "A general strike"
  • "Becoming the third wave"
  • Rebecca Walker
  • (United States, 1992)
  • United Nations, Fourth World Conference on Women, Speeches. Opening address, plenary session
  • Gertrude Mongella
  • (Tanzania) ; "The indigenous women's network, our future, our responsibility"
  • Winona LaDuke
  • (United States) ; Statement of the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission
  • Palesa Beverley Ditsie
  • (South Africa)
  • Mariarosa Dalla Costa
  • (1995)
  • Closing address
  • Gro Haarlem Brundt;amd
  • )Norway)
  • Parity of the sexes
  • Sylviane Agacinski
  • (France, 1998)
  • "Challenging men to reject gender stereotypes"
  • Jonah Gokova
  • (Zimbabwe, 1998)
  • (Italy, 1974)
  • Manifesta : young women, feminism, and the future
  • Jennifer Baumgardner and Amy Richards
  • (United States, 2000)
  • "Statement on the occasion of International Women's Day"
  • Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan
  • (Afghanistan, 2004)
  • Towards equality
  • Committee on the Status of Women in India
Control code
ocn148837264
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xviii, 472 pages
Isbn
9780812974607
Lccn
2007299488
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o148837264
  • (OCoLC)148837264
Label
The essential feminist reader, edited and with an introduction by Estelle B. Freedman
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • (Mexico, 1691)
  • A serious proposal to the ladies
  • Mary Astell
  • (England, 1694)
  • A vindication of the rights of woman
  • Mary Wollstonecraft
  • (England, 1792)
  • Flowers in the mirror
  • Li Ju-chen
  • (China, c. 1800)
  • The book of the city of ladies
  • Letters on the equality of the sexes
  • Sarah M. Grimké
  • (United States, 1837)
  • "The emancipation of working class women"
  • Flora Tristan
  • (France, 1843)
  • "Declaration of sentiments and resolutions"
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton
  • (United States, 1848)
  • Two speeches
  • Christine de Pizan
  • Sojourner Truth
  • (United States, 1851, 1867)
  • "The enfranchisement of women"
  • Harriet Taylor Mill
  • (England, 1851)
  • The subjection of women
  • John Stuart Mill
  • (England, 1869)
  • "Social purity"
  • Susan B. Anthony
  • (France, 1405)
  • (United States, 1875)
  • The doll's house
  • Henrik Ibsen
  • (Sweden, 1879)
  • "Daughters in boxes"
  • Kishida Toshiko
  • (Japan, 1883)
  • The origin of the family, private property, and the state
  • Friedrich Engels
  • (Germany, 1884)
  • On the equality of the two sexes
  • "Equality of rights"
  • Francisca Diniz
  • (Brazil, 1890)
  • A voice from the South
  • Anna Julia Cooper
  • (United States, 1892)
  • "The solitude of self"
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton
  • (United States, 1892)
  • "The yellow wallpaper"
  • Franc̨ois Poullain de la Barre
  • Charlotte Perkins Gilman
  • (United States, 1892)
  • The liberation of women
  • Qasim Amin
  • (Egypt, 1899)
  • (France, 1673)
  • "The reply to Sor Philotea"
  • Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz
  • (United States, 1906)
  • "The social basis of the woman question"
  • Alexandra Kollontai
  • (Russia, 1909)
  • Three poems. "Rise up! To woman"
  • Sara Estela Ramírez
  • (United States, 1910) ; "The day the mountains move"
  • Yosano Akiko
  • (Japan, 1911) ; "Bread and roses" James Oppenheim
  • (United States, 1911)
  • "Sultana's dream"
  • Mi opinión
  • Luisa Capetillo
  • (Puerto Rico, 1911)
  • Suffrage speech at Old Bailey
  • Emmeline Pankhurst
  • (England, 1912)
  • Resolutions of the Zurich conference
  • Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
  • (1919)
  • "The damnation of women"
  • Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain
  • W.E.B. Du Bois
  • (United States, 1919)
  • Woman and the new race
  • Margaret Sanger
  • (United States, 1920)
  • "East and West in cooperation"
  • Shareefeh Hamid Ali
  • (India, 1935)
  • Three guineas
  • Virginia Woolf
  • (India, 1905)
  • (England, 1938)
  • Nation and family
  • Alva Myrdal
  • (Sweden, 1941)
  • "Thoughts on March 8"
  • Ding Ling
  • (China, 1942)
  • Speeches at Arab Feminist Conference
  • Huda Shaarawi
  • (Egypt, 1944)
  • Stones of the jingwei bird
  • "We had equality till Britain came"
  • Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti
  • (Nigeria, 1947)
  • The second sex
  • Simone de Beauvoir
  • (France, 1949)
  • Women's charter and aims
  • Federation of South African Women
  • (South Africa, 1954)
  • The feminine mystique
  • Qiu Jin
  • Betty Friedan
  • (United States, 1963)
  • Testimony, House Committee on Education and Labor
  • Pauli Murray
  • (United States, 1970)
  • "The politics of housework"
  • Pat Mainardi
  • (United States, 1970)
  • (China, 1905-07)
  • "The tragedy of woman's emancipation"
  • Emma Goldman
  • (India, 1974)
  • Against our will : men, women and rape
  • Susan Brownmiller
  • (United States, 1975)
  • "The laugh of the Medusa"
  • Hélène Cixous
  • (France, 1975)
  • "A Black feminist statement"
  • Combahee River Collective
  • (United States, 1977)
  • Our bodies, ourselves
  • "The master's tools will never dismantle the master's house"
  • Audre Lorde
  • (United States, 1979)
  • Convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women
  • United Nations (1979)
  • "The woman's problem"
  • Domitila Barrios de la Chungara
  • (Bolivia, 1980)
  • "A statement on genital mutilation"
  • Association of African Women for Research and Development
  • Boston Women's Health Book Collective
  • (Senegal, 1980)
  • "How it all began : I have had an abortion"
  • Anonymous
  • (Germany, 1981)
  • "One is not born a woman"
  • Monique Wittig
  • (France, 1981)
  • "Notes toward a politics of location"
  • Adrienne Rich
  • (United States, 1984)
  • (United States, 1973)
  • "La conciencia de la mestiza =
  • Toward a new consciousness"
  • Gloria Anzaldúa
  • (United States, 1987)
  • "When sexism and racism are no longer fashionable" and "Do women have to be naked to get into the Met. Museum?"
  • Guerrilla Girls
  • (United States, 1989)
  • "Riot grrrl manifesto"
  • Kathleen Hanna [of] Bikini Kill
  • (United States, 1992)
  • "A general strike"
  • "Becoming the third wave"
  • Rebecca Walker
  • (United States, 1992)
  • United Nations, Fourth World Conference on Women, Speeches. Opening address, plenary session
  • Gertrude Mongella
  • (Tanzania) ; "The indigenous women's network, our future, our responsibility"
  • Winona LaDuke
  • (United States) ; Statement of the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission
  • Palesa Beverley Ditsie
  • (South Africa)
  • Mariarosa Dalla Costa
  • (1995)
  • Closing address
  • Gro Haarlem Brundt;amd
  • )Norway)
  • Parity of the sexes
  • Sylviane Agacinski
  • (France, 1998)
  • "Challenging men to reject gender stereotypes"
  • Jonah Gokova
  • (Zimbabwe, 1998)
  • (Italy, 1974)
  • Manifesta : young women, feminism, and the future
  • Jennifer Baumgardner and Amy Richards
  • (United States, 2000)
  • "Statement on the occasion of International Women's Day"
  • Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan
  • (Afghanistan, 2004)
  • Towards equality
  • Committee on the Status of Women in India
Control code
ocn148837264
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xviii, 472 pages
Isbn
9780812974607
Lccn
2007299488
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o148837264
  • (OCoLC)148837264

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