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ISBN:
0748624090
Author:
William Knox
Category:
Historical
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English
Publisher:
Edinburgh University Press; 1 edition (March 6, 2006)
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240 pages
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At the same time he shows how the life histories of individuals can reveal previously dark corners of historical understanding and allow a more nuanced picture of Scottish society as a whole. Subjects include Jane Welsh Carlyle, brilliantly gifted, but married to the wayward and demanding Thomas, Sophia Jex-Blake, Scotland's first female doctor, and Mary Slessor

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Mobile version (beta). The Lives of Scottish Women: Women and Scottish Society, 1800-1980. Download (pdf, . 9 Mb) Donate Read. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF. Converted file can differ from the original. If possible, download the file in its original format. Subjects include Jane Welsh Carlyle, brilliantly gifted, but married to the wayward and demanding Thomas, Sophia Jex-Blake, Scotland's first female doctor, and Mary Slessor, the 'White Queen' missionary.

William Knox is Senior Lecturer in Scottish History at the University of St Andrews.

item 1 The Lives of Scottish Women: Women and Scottish S. .by Knox, William Paperback. This book tells the remarkable stories of ten women whose inspirational lives and struggles exemplify the concerns and problems that other women have faced throughout the last two centuries. William Knox is Senior Lecturer in Scottish History at the University of St Andrews.

William Knox is Senior Lecturer in Scottish History at the University of St Andrews

William Knox is Senior Lecturer in Scottish History at the University of St Andrews.

This book tells the remarkable stories of ten women whose inspirational lives and struggles exemplify the concerns and problems that other women have faced throughout the last two centuries. Each is the subject of a chapter devoted to her particular story and the times in which she lived. The nineteenth and twentieth centuries witnessed great changes in women's position in Scotland, and yet little is known about the achievements of the Scottish women who were the main agents of these changes. In presenting the life stories of ten women, William Knox provides evidence of the.

Knox, William Women Scotland BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY . A collection of essays focusing on the life and work of ten individuals

Knox, William Women Scotland BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY HISTORY, Europe, Great Britain HISTORY Biography sähkökirjat. 4 Sophia Jex-Blake: Women and Higher Education in Nineteenth-Century Scotland. 5 Lady Frances Balfour: The Radical Aristocrat. 6 Mary Mitchell Slessor: Serving God and Country. 7 Elsie Maud Inglis: Scotland's Joan of Arc?. 8 Katherine, Duchess of Atholl: The Red Duchess?. A collection of essays focusing on the life and work of ten individuals. The aim is to provide not just individual portraits of women, but to contribute to our understanding of women's roles over 200 years.

This book tells the remarkable stories of ten women whose inspirational lives and struggles exemplify the concerns and problems that other women have faced throughout the last two centuries. Each is the subject of a chapter devoted to her particular story and the times in which she lived. The nineteenth and twentieth centuries witnessed great changes in women's position in Scotland, and yet little is known about the achievements of the Scottish women who were the main agents of these changes. In presenting the life stories of ten women, William Knox provides evidence of the huge contribution made by women to the shaping of modern Scotland. At the same time he shows how the life histories of individuals can reveal previously dark corners of historical understanding and allow a more nuanced picture of Scottish society as a whole. Subjects include Jane Welsh Carlyle, brilliantly gifted, but married to the wayward and demanding Thomas, Sophia Jex-Blake, Scotland's first female doctor, and Mary Slessor,