Living with History / Making Social Change (Google eBook)

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Univ of North Carolina Press, Mar 1, 2009 - Social Science - 248 pages
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This stimulating collection of essays in an autobiographical framework spans the period from 1963 to the present. It encompasses Gerda Lerner's theoretical writing and her organizational work in transforming the history profession and in establishing Wome
  

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Contents

Introduction
1
I REDEFINING THE PROFESSION OF HISTORY
21
II DOING HISTORY
71
III LIVING IN HISTORY
155
APPENDIX A Biographies of Midwestern Feminist Leaders
199
APPENDIX B Class Syllabus for Workshop on the Construction of Deviant OutGroups Chapter 7
208
APPENDIX C Group Exercises for Workshop on the Construction of Deviant OutGroups Chapter 7
215
Acknowledgments
218
Index
221
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About the author (2009)

Gerda Lerner is author or editor of twelve books in Women's History and one of the preeminent scholars responsible for the rediscovery of the field in the 1960s. A founding member of the National Organization for Women and one of the creators of Women's History Month, she is Robinson-Edwards Professor Emerita of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and visiting professor of history at Duke University. Her books include Fireweed: A Political Biography.

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