Rethinking Canada: The Promise of Women's History

Rethinking Canada: The Promise of Women's History Veronica Strong-Boag
  • Title: Rethinking Canada: The Promise of Women's History
  • Author: Veronica Strong-Boag
  • ISBN: 9780195417289
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rethinking Canada: The Promise of Women's History Veronica Strong-Boag Rethinking Canada The Promise of Women s History The fourth edition of Rethinking Canada is representative of the most interesting work done in Canadian and women s history Including sixteen new essays this volume boasts the strongest English colle
    The fourth edition of Rethinking Canada is representative of the most interesting work done in Canadian and women s history Including sixteen new essays, this volume boasts the strongest English collection in terms of women and Quebec history and the history of First Nations Peoples In addition, there are articles on Japanese picture brides, Mennonite refugee women and mThe fourth edition of Rethinking Canada is representative of the most interesting work done in Canadian and women s history Including sixteen new essays, this volume boasts the strongest English collection in terms of women and Quebec history and the history of First Nations Peoples In addition, there are articles on Japanese picture brides, Mennonite refugee women and migrant workers, civilian women during the Second World War, women in northern Canada, and lesbian women in Chatelaine magazine Recent additions to the text also address the significance of globalization for women s international politics The editors have carefully balanced the considerations of region, class, and ethnicity, as well as, time period to achieve a collection that covers the broadest possible sweep of Canadian history.
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    1. This books is good start into gender history in Canada It contains many pieces about intersectionality My favourite piece was Gender, Sovereignty, and the Discourse of Rights in Women s Activism by Joanne Barker An amazing piece of writing that is full of information.

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    2. 3.5I sighed after reading the last sentence of this book Sighed in relief This book is really informative but so dense and time consuming that I feel like I should get a little merit badge for reading it from cover to cover.Although encompassing a wide array of feminist topics this text does focus on the lives stories of women who are in the marginalized groups, such as Aboriginal women and immigrant women, to name a very small few While the editors claim that the entries are very comprehensive [...]

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