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ISBN:
1563243113
Author:
Sarah Shaver Hughes,Brady Hughes
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Politics & Government
Language:
English
Publisher:
Routledge (June 2, 1995)
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272 pages
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Sarah Shaver Hughes and Brady Hughes. Women in World History.

Sarah Shaver Hughes and Brady Hughes. Volume 1 - Prehistory-1500; Volume 2 - 1500 to the Present. This two volume series provides a plethora of information, and source material, for anyone attempting to integrate women's history into a world history course. Each volume begins with an introductory essay that sets the tone for that particular volume. The introductory essay in volume each volume is entitled "Gendering World History, Globalizing World History.

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Presenting selected histories in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas, this work discusses: political and economic issues; marriage . Series: Sources and Studies in World History Library of the Humaniti.

Presenting selected histories in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas, this work discusses: political and economic issues; marriage practices, motherhood and enslavement; and religious beliefs and spiritual development. Famous women, including Hatshepsut, Hortensia, Aisha, Hildegard of Bingen and Sei Shonangan, are discussed as well as lesser known and anonymous women. Both primary and secondary source readings are included.

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Presenting selected histories in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas, this work discusses: political and economic issues; marriage practices, motherhood and enslavement; and religious beliefs and spiritual development. Famous women, including Hatshepsut, Hortensia, Aisha, Hildegard of Bingen and Sei Shonangan, are discussed as well as lesser known and anonymous women. Both primary and secondary source readings are included.
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Sarah Shaver Hughes and Brady Hughes. Women in World History. 2 volumes. Volume 1 - Prehistory-1500; Volume 2 - 1500 to the Present.
This two volume series provides a plethora of information, and source material, for anyone attempting to integrate women's history into a world history course. Each volume begins with an introductory essay that sets the tone for that particular volume. The introductory essay in volume each volume is entitled "Gendering World History, Globalizing World History." In the first volume the introductory essay defends the perspective it uses by discussing "The Value of Gender in Historical Analysis." In volume 2 among issues raised in the introduction are "Gender-Based Violence and Women's Human Rights."
The text includes both primary and secondary sources, covers every major region of the globe (including southeast Asia), and unlike most volumes covers women of various of socio-economic levels. The topics range from female 'witches,' slave traders, the ideal (traditional) Jewish, Christian, Muslim, and Hindu woman, migrant women, nomadic women, to female genital mutilation.
The text is easy to read and includes a brief glossary, footnotes, suggestions for further reading, and a few photographs. Essential reading for anyone interested in history and/or women's issues.