In Their Time: A History of Feminism in Western Society
Marlene LeGates has written a thorough, lively and accessible overview of Western feminist movements from the Middle Ages through the latter twentieth century. With each chapter containing a timeline and brief excerpts from primary source documents, the text serve as an ideal basis for a history of feminism or women's studies course, or as a supplementary text in a broader women's history or western civilization course.
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Chapter Two From Jesus to Joan of Arc
Women Learning and the Creative Arts
Chapter Four Religion Politics and Literature in Early Modern Europe
Chapter Five Revolutions in Philosophy and Politics
Chapter Six Radicals and Reformers
Chapter Seven The Beginnings of FirstWave Feminism
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