Connecting Spheres: Women in the Western World, 1500 to the Present

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Oxford University Press, 1987 - Feminism - 281 pages
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Combining modern feminist thought with the main themes of Western civilization, this book puts women back into history.

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Connecting spheres: women in the Western world, 1500 to the present

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As the title suggests, the emphasis of this book is on filling in women's share of Western history. Extensive overviews of the book's three historical periods, 1500-1750, 1750-1890, and 1890 to the ... Read full review

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WOMEN IN THE AGE OF RELIGIOUS
19
The Marriage Pact
53
Communities of Women the Religious Life and Public Service
75
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

Marilyn J. Boxer, Vice President for Academic Affairs, San Francisco State University. Jean H. Quataert, State University of New York, Binghamton. Joan W. Scott, Princeton University.

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