Women, Families and Communities, Volume 1 (2nd Edition)
Approaching women's history through case studies, this reader explores the connections between the private, personal experiences of American women, and the larger political, economic, intellectual, and social factors that shaped their lives. Suitable as a main text for women's history courses, or as the perfect supplement to any U.S. history survey course, the articles in each volume address a broad spectrum of families and communities, including various racial, ethnic and class groups in different regions of the country.
Specifications of Women, Families and Communities, Volume 1 (2nd Edition)
|Author||Nancy A. Hewitt, Kirsten Delegard|
|Number Of Pages||256|
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