When Women Ruled The World

Author by : Kara Cooney
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Description : This riveting narrative explores the lives of six remarkable female pharaohs, from Hatshepsut to Cleopatra--women who ruled with real power--and shines a piercing light on our own perceptions of women in power today. Female rulers are a rare phenomenon--but thousands of years ago in ancient Egypt, women reigned supreme. Regularly, repeatedly, and with impunity, queens like Hatshepsut, Nefertiti, and Cleopatra controlled the totalitarian state as power-brokers and rulers. But throughout human history, women in positions of power were more often used as political pawns in a male-dominated society. What was so special about ancient Egypt that provided women this kind of access to the highest political office? What was it about these women that allowed them to transcend patriarchal obstacles? What did Egypt gain from its liberal reliance on female leadership, and could today's world learn from its example? Celebrated Egyptologist Kara Cooney delivers a fascinating tale of female power, exploring the reasons why it has seldom been allowed through the ages, and why we should care.


Summary Of When Women Ruled The World By Kara Cooney Six Queens Of Egypt

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Description : :::::::::: About the Original Book :::::::::: Ancient Egурt is a historical аnоmаlу: thе Egурtіаnѕ саllеd upon women tо lead thеіr соuntrу mоrе frequently than аnу оthеr сulturе. Trасіng thеіr rise tо power wіthіn thе аuthоrіtаrіаn ѕуѕtеm оf dіvіnе kingship, Whеn Wоmеn Rulеd the World (2018) tеllѕ thе ѕtоrіеѕ оf Egурt'ѕ six mоѕt іmроrtаnt fеmаlе lеаdеrѕ - Mеrnеіth, Nеfеruѕоbеk, Hаtѕhерѕut, Nеfеrtіtі, Tаwоѕrеt аnd Clеораtrа - and еxрlоrеѕ whаt lеѕѕоnѕ thеу hоld аbоut fеmаlе lеаdеrѕhір for us tоdау. :::::::::: About thе Authоr :::::::::: Kаrа Cооnеу іѕ a professor оf Egурtоlоgу at UCLA. Her studies fосuѕ on afterlife beliefs, preparations fоr dеаth and gеndеr dynamics in ancient Egурt. Hеr рrеvіоuѕ book, Thе Wоmаn Who Wоuld Bе Kіng, іѕ аbоut the life аnd death оf Egурt'ѕ fеmаlе kіng Hаtѕhерѕut.Disclaimer: This bооk іѕ nоt mеаnt tо rерlасе thе оrіgіnаl bооk but tо ѕеrvе аѕ a companion tо іt.


When Women Ruled The World Making The Renaissance In Europe

Author by : Maureen Quilligan
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Description : A leading Renaissance scholar shows in this revisionist history how four powerful women redefined the culture of European monarchy in the glorious sixteenth century. Library Journal • "Books and Authors to Know: Titles to Watch 2021" Sixteenth-century Europe was a time of destabilization of age-old norms and the waging of religious wars—yet it also witnessed the remarkable flowering of a pacific culture cultivated by a cohort of extraordinary women rulers who sat on Europe’s thrones, most notably Mary Tudor; Elizabeth I; Mary, Queen of Scots; and Catherine de’ Medici. Recasting the dramatic stories and complex political relationships among these four women rulers, Maureen Quilligan rewrites centuries of scholarship that sought to depict intense personal hatreds among them. Instead, showing how the queens engendered a culture of mutual respect, When Women Ruled the World focuses on the gift-giving by which they aimed to ensure female bonds of friendship and alliance. Detailing the artistic and political creativity that flourished in the pockets of peace created by these queens, Quilligan’s lavishly illustrated work offers a new perspective on the glory of the Renaissance and the women who helped to create it.


When Women Rule The World

Author by : Judy Chicago
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Description : This survey of some of Chicagos most important contributions in cloth, highlights both key and lesser-known works dating from 1971 to the present. From macram to needle point to airbrushed quilts, Chicago employs technique as content in her major projects featured here including The Birth Project (1980-1985), The Holocaust Project (1993), Resolutions: A Stitch in Time (1994 to present) and Chicagos most recent work If Women Ruled the World (2008). Essayists discuss the labour-intensive nature of Chicagos textile work as a metaphor for investing in the ideas, values, histories and provocations in her artwork.Five artists who take this not ion to heart are also profiled, underscoring Chicagos ongoing influence and creating an intergenerational dialogue with : Orly Cogan, (New York, New York), Wednesday Lupypciw (Calgary, Alberta), Cat Mazza (Troy, New York), Gillian Strong (Halifax, Nova Scotia), and Ginger Brooks Takahashi (New York, New York). Co-published with the Art Gallery of Calgary.


The Good Kings

Author by : Kara Cooney
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Description : Written in the tradition of historians like Mary Beard and Stacy Schiff who find modern lessons in ancient history, this provocative narrative explores the lives of five remarkable pharaohs who ruled Egypt with absolute power, shining a new light on the country's 3,000-year empire and its meaning today. In a new era when democracies around the world are threatened or crumbling, best-selling author Kara Cooney turns to five ancient Egyptian pharaohs--Khufu, Senwosret III, Akenhaten, Ramses II, and Taharqa--to understand why many so often give up power to the few, and what it can mean for our future. As the first centralized political power on earth, the pharaohs and their process of divine kingship can tell us a lot about the world's politics, past and present. Every animal-headed god, every monumental temple, every pyramid, every tomb, offers extraordinary insight into a culture that combined deeply held religious beliefs with uniquely human schemes to justify a system in which one ruled over many. From Khufu, the man who built the Great Pyramid at Giza as testament to his authoritarian reign, and Taharqa, the last true pharaoh who worked to make Egypt great again, we discover a clear lens into understanding how power was earned, controlled, and manipulated in ancient times. And in mining the past, Cooney uncovers the reason why societies have so willingly chosen a dictator over democracy, time and time again.


Why Don T Women Rule The World

Author by : J. Cherie Strachan
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Publisher by : CQ Press
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Description : Why don’t women have more influence over the way the world is structured? Written by four leaders within the national and international academic caucuses on women and politics, Why Don't Women Rule the World? by J. Cherie Strachan , Lori M. Poloni-Staudinger, Shannon Jenkins, and Candice D. Ortbals helps you to understand how the underrepresentation of women manifests within politics, and the impact this has on policy. Grounded in theory with practical, job-related activities, the book offers a thorough introduction to the study of women and politics, and will bolster your political interests, ambitions, and efficacy.


Changing Times Welcome To The Future Part 1

Author by : EX-Q-ZIT
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Description : This is part of the changing times series. This book is a collection of five short stories about how different people reacted to when gradually women took over the world and a gender role reversal and dress inversion happened.


Shakespeare Studies

Author by : Leeds Barroll
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Publisher by : Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
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Description : Shakespeare Studies is an international volume published every year in hardcover, containing more than three hundred pages of essays and studies by critics from both hemispheres.


When Women Rule The World What Would Change

Author by : Shelley Taylor
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Publisher by : Professional Publishing
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Description : The author, Shelley Taylor, gives you a snapshot of what the world would be like when ruled by women, She challenges you to think outside the box when she asks the question, "When women rule the world, what would change?" She gives the reader a reality check by providing thirty-nine women who have successfully held positions as presidents and prime ministers around the world. The author points to the ills of society under men ruling in areas such as: wars, murders, animals, air, water, food, child molestation, robbery, gangs, drug wars, domestic abuse, racism, kidnapping and rape. The author points out what would change, and how it would change when women rule the world. As controversial as this book may be to both men and women, one cannot resist the desire to want to read it. Think about it, and then ask yourself this question: When Women Rule The World...What Would Change?


The Routledge Companion To Black Women S Cultural Histories

Author by : Janell Hobson
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Description : In the social and cultural histories of women and feminism, Black women have long been overlooked or ignored. The Routledge Companion to Black Women’s Cultural Histories is an impressive and comprehensive reference work for contemporary scholarship on the cultural histories of Black women across the diaspora spanning different eras from ancient times into the twenty-first century. Comprising over 30 chapters by a team of international contributors, the Companion is divided into five parts: A fragmented past, an inclusive future Contested histories, subversive memories Gendered lives, racial frameworks Cultural shifts, social change Black identities, feminist formations Within these sections, a diverse range of women, places, and issues are explored, including ancient African queens, Black women in early modern European art and culture, enslaved Muslim women in the antebellum United States, Sally Hemings, Phillis Wheatley, Black women writers in early twentieth-century Paris, Black women, civil rights, South African apartheid, and sexual violence and resistance in the United States in recent history. The Routledge Companion to Black Women’s Cultural Histories is essential reading for students and researchers in Gender Studies, History, Africana Studies, and Cultural Studies.


The Routledge Companion To Women And Monarchy In The Ancient Mediterranean World

Author by : Elizabeth D. Carney
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Description : This volume offers the first comprehensive look at the role of women in the monarchies of the ancient Mediterranean. It consistently addresses certain issues across all dynasties: title; role in succession; the situation of mothers, wives, and daughters of kings; regnant and co-regnant women; role in cult and in dynastic image; and examines a sampling of the careers of individual women while placing them within broader contexts. Written by an international group of experts, this collection is based on the assumption that women played a fundamental role in ancient monarchy, that they were part of, not apart from it, and that it is necessary to understand their role to understand ancient monarchies. This is a crucial resource for anyone interested in the role of women in antiquity.


Changing Times Welcome To The Future Part 2

Author by : EX-Q-ZIT
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Description : This is the third book in the chnaging times series and part 2 of welcome to the future. It is recommended to first read Welcome to the jungle Part 1 first as a couple of characters from one of the stories in Part 1 make an appearance in Part 2.Thi story is set in teh future where the gender roles have been reversed with women being the bread winners while men keep the houses. Also there is a forced dress and name inversion on the men by the women.


If Women Ruled The World

Author by : Sheila Ellison
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Publisher by : New World Library
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Description : With women making up only 14 percent of Congress and with only eight women CEOs in the entire group of Fortune 500 companies, women's collective voices are clearly underrepresented. Nor are they proportionately present on the airwaves or in the op-ed pages of the country's newspapers. This book helps right that imbalance by giving women a platform for voicing their opinions, priorities, hopes, and ideas for change. The book includes short experiences, stories, thoughts, and meditations written and shared by women around the world. Authors, celebrities, experts, and politicians are included, along with soccer moms and teenage girls, creating a work that is humorous, moving, questioning, opinionated, warm, and informative as it examines what women would choose if they had a chance to participate in ruling the world. Note: A portion of this book's royalties will be donated to the Feminist Majority.


Daily Life Of Women An Encyclopedia From Ancient Times To The Present 3 Volumes

Author by : Colleen Boyett
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Publisher by : ABC-CLIO
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Description : Indispensable for the student or researcher studying women's history, this book draws upon a wide array of cultural settings and time periods in which women displayed agency by carrying out their daily economic, familial, artistic, and religious obligations. Since record keeping began, history has been written by a relatively few elite men. Insights into women's history are left to be gleaned by scholars who undertake careful readings of ancient literature, examine archaeological artifacts, and study popular culture, such as folktales, musical traditions, and art. For some historical periods and geographic regions, this is the only way to develop some sense of what daily life might have been like for women in a particular time and place. This reference explores the daily life of women across civilizations. The work is organized in sections on different civilizations from around the world, arranged chronologically. Within each society, the encyclopedia highlights the roles of women within five broad thematic categories: the arts, economics and work, family and community life, recreation and social customs, and religious life. Included are numerous sidebars containing additional information, document excerpts, images, and suggestions for further reading. An introduction provides an overview the daily life of women through history, and a timeline highlights key events in women's history. Chronologically arranged sections on civilizations from across world history provide information on the daily life of women living in those societies. For each civilization, broad categories of daily life are broken into subsections, with each offering reference entries on specific topics. Photos help users visualize important topics, and sidebars provide interesting tangential information. Bibliographies direct readers to additional resources.


Iron Gender And Power

Author by : Eugenia W. Herbert
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Publisher by : Indiana University Press
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Description : Examines African metallurgy and pottery from the concept of ritual, belief and taboo and discusses the gender implications of such a system.


Just Another Life

Author by : Meliha Bajramovic
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Publisher by : Meliha Avdic
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Description : May Bahar writes from the future about her life, especially one part that haunts her, a part that takes place in our present. She looks back at her life and considers it perfectly ordinary. She had her talents, but so does everyone. She had her ups and downs, but so does everyone. She had drama, and comedy, good ideas, bad ideas, things that worked out, and things that did not. When she returned to her war-torn homeland, May found it so altered, she felt like a refugee again. In her attempt to make a place for herself, May goes to Café River. There, she engages in conversations with one-legged, handsome and witty barman Benjamin. May’s unique perspectives of the social issues regarding economics, feminism, politics, religion and such earn her respect and admiration. However, she lost her place in the world again, and it was not because it was discovered that her estranged father is one of the worst war criminals.


The British Film Catalogue 1895 1970

Author by : Denis Gifford
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Publisher by : Newton Abbot : David and Charles
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Description : Geannot. filmogr. - Met bibliogr., cred., ind. - Ook aanwezig als: The British film catalogue 1895-1985 : a reference guide. - Rev. and updated ed. - Cop. 1986. - 23 p., 15289 lemma's. - ISBN 0-7153-8835-5.


Little Karen And The Egyptian Priestess

Author by : Karen R. Schultz LCSW
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Publisher by : Balboa Press
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Description : A traumatic past does not have to define your future. It is possible to connect to your higher self to heal your wounds, become your best self, rewrite your past, and reclaim your power. In a captivating personal story that represents light, self-love and hope, Karen Schultz shows us how she relied on courage and strength to move past the obstacles and the dark parts of her history. She shares her experiences, and takes you on her journey from wounded to wonderful. She has been able to manifest the life she dreamed of for herself. Little Karen offers you a glimpse into her metaphysical encounters with an Egyptian Priestess who shows her love, teaches her to become a priestess-in-training and helps her to emerge as a spiritual and wise woman with a purpose. Find out how the Priestess guided Little Karen to the source of her true strength, and how she was able to overcome the fear that she was not worthy of a better future. She shares life lessons and tips to empower others on how to connect to the soul of the Priestess and move from the darkness to achieve a brighter, happier life. Charming, deeply transparent, and filled with practical teachings, Little Karen and the Egyptian Priestess provides encouragement for anyone who feels their past casts too deep a shadow over their present or future.


Questioning Gender

Author by : Robyn Ryle
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Publisher by : SAGE Publications
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Description : A unique multidimensional view of the relationship between the state, society, and oppression Designed to help students analyze and understand political developments in the world around them, this unique text covers a wide array of political sociology concepts and theoretical perspectives. The book's proposed multidimensional view emphasizes the interplay between power, inequality, multiple oppressions, and the state. Blending elements of today's prevalent power structure theories, this framework provides students with a unique focus on the structure of power and inequality in society today. Features: A critical analysis of commonly ignored theoretical perspectives, including anarchist theory, queer theory, and post-structuralism, provides an interdisciplinary perspective. Unique multidimensional topics include class-based, racialized, and gendered state policies and practices in Chapter 7, and paths of resistance, challenge, and subversion, particularly social movements, in Chapter 6. Chapter-ending critical thinking and discussion questions ask students to apply the chapter's conceptual frameworks and concepts to contemporary issues or current events. Charts and diagrams throughout the book help students process conceptual ideas, data, and a wide range of perspectives.


North Indian Notes And Queries

Author by : Anonim
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The Postcolonial City And Its Subjects

Author by : Rashmi Varma
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Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : This book considers twentieth and twenty-first century literary and cultural formations of the postcolonial city and the constitution of new subjects within it. Varma offers a reading of both historical and contemporary debates on urbanism through the filter of postcolonial fictions and the cultural fields surrounding and containing them. In particular, she presents a representational history of London, Nairobi and Bombay in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries and engages three key theoretical frameworks -- the city within postcolonial theory and culture (its troubled salience in the construction of postcolonial public spheres and identities, from local, rural, ethnic/"tribal", and regional to "national", cosmopolitan and transnational subjects and spaces); postcolonial fictions as constituting a new world literary space and as a site of the articulation of contending narratives of urban space, global culture and postcolonial development; and postcolonial feminist citizenship as a universal political project challenging current neo-liberal and post neo-liberal contractions and eviscerations of public spaces and rights.


Women Rule The World

Author by : Craig Philips
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Description : Juggling responsibilities has always been a hallmark of the skill set of the strong women of the world. Family, a career, societal expectations: it is always hard for a woman to be able to make time to succeed in the world of sport, and is hence doubly sweet when it does happen. Women's tennis has long been a poster child for the heights of achievement by female sportspersons, and a testament to the levels of physical and mental fortitude that these special people possess. Now, in this book, you will be tasked with remembering as many sports women achievers as you can. Good luck!


Women Rule The World

Author by : Lonnie Augustus Clark
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Description : What are you willing to sacrifice in order to live your dreams? Although I graduated from high school, I was illiterate. I figured I could never accomplish great things in life. I had dreams but was labeled as slow. Every year, for 12 years, teachers said I would never do or be anything. As a result, my perspectives on life lead me down different dead end roads. My story does not include a heart tugging account of someone being on drugs or in gangs. My apologies if you are looking for that. This is not the same old storybook about a city kid kicking bad habits or removing negative influences from his life. I never had a drug problem. (My worst thing was my mouth!) When I changed my perspective, my entire life changed. On that journey, I learned some rules -the most important is you can do anything but it will cost you everything. James Brown sang 'it's a man's world' but every one of the rules I discuss in this book I learned from women. Of course when a woman makes a rule, those rules were meant to be broken. Oh the ways women will break rules! This is a man's world But it wouldn't be nothing, nothing Without a woman or a girl


Literary News

Author by : Anonim
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When China Ruled The Seas

Author by : Louise Levathes
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Publisher by : Open Road Media
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Description : One hundred years before Columbus and his fellow Europeans began their voyages of discovery, fleets of giant junks commanded by the eunuch admiral Zheng He and filled with the empire’s finest porcelains, lacquerware, and silk ventured to the world’s “four corners.” Seven epic expeditions brought China’s treasure ships across the China Seas and Indian Ocean, from Japan to the spice island of Indonesia and the Malabar Coast of India, on to the rich ports of the Persian Gulf and down the East African coast, to China’s “El Dorado,” and perhaps even to Australia, three hundred years before Captain Cook’s landing. It was a time of exploration and expansion, but it ended in a retrenchment so complete that less than a century later, it was a crime to go to sea in a multimasted ship. In When China Ruled the Seas, Louise Levathes takes a fascinating and unprecedented look at this dynamic period in China’s enigmatic history, focusing on the country’s rise as a naval power that briefly brought half the world under its nominal authority. Drawing on eyewitness accounts, official Ming histories, and African, Arab, and Indian sources, many translated for the first time, Levathes brings readers inside China’s most illustrious scientific and technological era. She sheds new light on the historical and cultural context in which this great civilization thrived, as well as the perception of China by other contemporary cultures. Beautifully illustrated and engagingly written, When China Ruled the Seas is the fullest picture yet of the early Ming dynasty—the last flowering of Chinese culture before the Manchu invasion.


Girls With Balls

Author by : Tim Tate
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Publisher by : John Blake
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Description : In their day they were bigger than Beckham—the working class factory girls who played in front of vast crowds throughout Britain and became celebrities across the world. But they threatened the entire male dominated bastion of 20th century soccer. So the FA plotted to shut them down . . . Women’s soccer began to flourish among factory workers during World War I, and by 1920 had become a major spectator sport. Yet in the success of ladies’ teams and the celebrity of their leading players lay the seeds of their destruction. A year later, the men of the Football Association, alarmed by the huge popularity of the women’s game, met behind closed doors and, after a brief debate, banned women’s soccer from all professional grounds. Girls With Balls tells the extraordinary story of the time when women ruled the soccer world. With recollections from the last surviving member of the leading factory team during its glory years, backed by remarkable contemporary photographs, here is the missing chapter in soccer's history—its last great secret. It is a tale of self-interested men with power, wealth, and a fiefdom to protect. But above all, it is the story of girls with balls.


When Women Rule

Author by : Agnes Electra [Old Catalog Headi Platt
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Publisher by : Wentworth Press
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Description : This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps (as most of these works have been housed in our most important libraries around the world), and other notations in the work. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work. As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.


Canadian Book Review Annual

Author by : Anonim
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The National Review

Author by : Anonim
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Feminism And Society

Author by : Source Wikipedia
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Description : Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 51. Chapters: Sexual revolution, Matriarchy, Radical feminism, Judith Reisman, Anti-Rape Movement, Feminist views on prostitution, Feminist views on pornography, Feminist effects on society, Patriarchy, Androcentrism, Feminist anthropology, Gender mainstreaming, Equal power relationship, Female Public Intellectuals, Free to Be... You and Me, Aristotle's views on women, Protective laws, Cultural feminism, Standpoint feminism, Feminist geography, Hawksian woman, State feminism, Feminism in international relations, List of matrilineal or matrilocal societies, Landscape mythology, Barefoot and pregnant, Feminists Against Censorship, When Women Rule the World, Manushi, Kyriarchy, Breasts Not Bombs, Gynocentrism.