International Encyclopedia of Women's Suffrage

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This encyclopaedia covers the history of women's suffrage throughout the world, enabling the reader to make comparisons between individual countries. The book includes biographies of individual activists and thematic entries covering issues such as suffrage periodicals and newspapers.

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In approximately 230 entries, which range from suffragists, nations, and organizations to such headings as "friendship networks" and "drama, novels, poetry, and film," this volume seeks to embrace the ... Read full review

Contents

International Encyclopedia
44
Actresses Franchise League 1
56
AllRussian Womens Congress 1908 Citizenship
66
Antisuffrage Movements 16
74
Auclert Hubertine 22
83
Becker Lydia Ernestine 31
90
BillingtonGreig Teresa 34
97
Contents
99
Irish Womens Franchise League
151
Newspapers and Journals
210
Nineteenth Amendment
216
PanAmerican Womens Conference
222
Paul Alice
228
PethickLawrence Frederick
235
Propaganda
241
Race and Ethnicity
249

French Revolution
105
Galindo Hermila
111
Gripenberg Alexandra
117
Hunger Strikes
124
Imperialism
132
Indonesia
139
International Proletarian Womens Day
145
The Revolution
255
Samoa formerly Western Samoa
261
Shafiq Durriyah Shafik Doria
269
World War I
330
Web Resources in English
357
Copyright

About the author (2000)

June Hannam is principal lecturer in history at the University of the West of England, Bristol, England.

Katherine Holden is a research associate at the University of the West of England, Bristol, England.

Mitzi Auchterlonie is a graduate student at the University of Exeter, Exeter, England, researching women and conservative politics.

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