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Women and Gender in the New South : 1865-1945 (Paperback)

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In every age and in every culture there have been women who challenged the prevailing gender prescriptions and struck a nerve, resulting in waves of either change or repression. In Women and Gender in the New South, Elizabeth Hayes Turner draws on a multiplicity of sources?part of the great outpouring of works in the field of women?s history that has emerged in the past 40 years?to bring together in one volume the history of conservative, moderate, and even radical women?s groups. The book demonstrates how women and men from different racial and economic backgrounds not only weathered but also shaped the political and cultural landscape of the New South. Employing women's history, gender analysis, and race and class studies, Women and Gender in the New South shapes this accumulated scholarship into an interpretative overlay that takes southern women and men from the ravages of one war to the opportunities of another.

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Publisher Blackwell Pub
Mfg Part# 9780882952659
SKU 210870906
Format Paperback
ISBN10 088295265X
Release Date 3/13/2009
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Book Format Paperback
Number of Pages 0271
Publisher Wiley-Blackwell
Series Part 31
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