Description - Women's Rights and Human Rights by Patricia Grimshaw
This international collection of historical work explores the breadth and creativity of women's struggles for human rights, citizenship and social justice across the world. It brings together 20 contributions by scholars in women's history, whose work reflects the global reach of the International Federation for Research in Women's History. In addition to presenting studies by well known scholars in the United States and Europe, the book also brings the work of scholars from regions such as South and East Asia and the Pacific to the attention of an international audience.
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(216mm x 140mm x mm)
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Author Biography - Patricia Grimshaw
PATRICIA GRIMSHAW is Max Crawford Professor of History at the University of Melbourne. She is author of Women's Suffrage in New Zealand, Paths of Duty: American Missionary Wives in Nineteenth Century Hawaii and co-author of Creating a Nation as well as several edited collections. She has served as President of the International Federation of Research in Women's History from 1995-2000. - KATIE HOLMES is Senior Lecturer in History and Women's Studies at LaTrobe University, Melbourne. She is the author of Spaces in Her Day: Australian Women's Diaries of the 1920s and 1930s. - MARILYN LAKE is Professor of History at LaTrobe University, Melbourne. Her publications include Getting Equal: The History of Australian Feminism and she is co-author, with Patricia Grimshaw, of Creating a Nation.