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The crossroads of gender and century endings
|Statement||Alcinda Pinheiro de Sousa, Luisa Maria Flora and Teresa de Ataíde Malafai (eds.).|
|Series||Cadernos de Anglística -- 2|
|Contributions||Sousa, Alcinda Pinheiro de, 1952-, Flora, Luisa Maria., Malafaia, Teresa de Ataíde., University of Lisbon. Centre for English Studies.|
At the crossroads: land and agrarian reform in south africa into the 21st century PAPERS FROM A CONFERENCE HELD AT ALPHA TRAINING CENTRE, BROEDERSTROOM, PRETORIA ON JULY PUBLISHED BY PROGRAMME FOR LAND AND AGRARIAN STUDIES (PLAAS), SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT, UNIVERSITY OF THE WESTERN CAPE AND NATIONAL LAND COMMITTEE . At the 20th century’s close, 50 years after the publication of Simone de Beauvoir’s classic treatise Le Deuxième Sexe (The Second Sex), feminists and human rights activists pondered whether women fared better now than they did years ago. For American women, World Wars I and II propelled their entry into the workplace; technological advances in birth control gave them reproductive.
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THE CROSSROADS OF GENDER AND CENTURY ENDINGS Alcinda Pinheiro de Sousa, Luisa Maria Flora and Teresa de Ataide Malafaia (eds.) CADERNOS DE ANGLISTICA - 2 Echoes Colibri University of Lisbon Centre for English Studies. Cunningham, Gail () Masculinities in the age of the New Woman: from She to 'vee'.
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Gender at the Crossroads of Knowledge brings feminist anthropology up to date, highlighting the theoretical sophistication that characterizes recent research.
Twelve essays by outstanding scholars, written with the volume's concerns specifically in mind, range across the broadest anthropological terrain, assessing and contributing to feminist work on biological anthropology, primate studies, global economy, new reproductive technologies, ethno-linguistics, race and gender.
THE CROSSROADS IN HOODOO MAGIC and THE RITUAL OF SELLING YOURSELF TO THE DEVIL. The crossroads -- a place where two roads cross at or about at right angles, otherwise known as "the forks of the road" -- is the subject of religious and folkloric belief all around the world.
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12 Why Can't a Feminist be Sexy. Gender at the Crossroads of Knowledge brings feminist anthropology up to date, highlighting the theoretical sophistication that characterizes recent research.
Twelve essays by outstanding scholars, written with the volume's concerns specifically in mind, range across the broadest anthropological terrain, assessing and contributing to feminist work on biological anthropology, primate studies Format: Paperback.
Francoise Hamlin gracefully runs an integrated gender, class, generational, and race analysis throughout the book to permanently shift and transform our understanding of the black freedom struggle.
Crossroads at Clarksdale jumps off the pageAnnelise Orleck, Dartmouth CollegeCited by: Crossroads is proud to be an inclusive work environment, where both men and women have equal opportunities for advancement. Working parents have flexibility in their work schedule and onsite childcare or schooling is offered for the children of full-time staff.
About the Book. Gender at the Crossroads of Knowledge brings feminist anthropology up to date, highlighting the theoretical sophistication that characterizes recent research.
Twelve essays by outstanding scholars, written with the volume's concerns specifically in mind, range across the broadest anthropological terrain, assessing and contributing to feminist work on biological.
Crossroads in Lisbon, Portugal. The Association for Cultural Studies is delighted to announce that the next ACS Crossroads in Cultural Studies conference will be held in Lisbon, Portugal, from July 28 to 31,hosted by the School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon.
History at the Crossroads. Australians and the Past is the latest work from Paul Ashton and Paula Hamilton, founding editors of Public History Review and the co-directors of the Australian Centre for Public History based at the University of Technology in Sydney. This interesting book draws both upon their experience as leading public history practitioners in Australia and as the directors of a.
Gender at the Crossroads of Knowledge: Feminist Anthropology in the Postmodern Era di Leonardo, Micaela (Editor) Published by University of California Press, Berkeley, California (). For the first half of the book, the story seems assembled more than written, like a paint-by-numbers kit.
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