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Author: Caroline Daley
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Title: Women and Empire 1750-1939: Volume II: New Zealand (History of Feminism)
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Women and Empire 1750-1939: Volume II: New Zealand (History of Feminism) by Caroline Daley



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The history of feminism. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. Formatted Contents Note: 1. Australia v. 2. New Zealand v. 3. Africa v. 4. India. Geographic Name: Great Britain Colonies History Sources. Personal Name: Cassidy, Cheryl. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

Caroline Daley is Associate Professor in the department of History at the University of Auckland, New Zealand.

Medical Advice for Women, 1830–1915. Nineteenth-Century British Women's Education, 1840–1900.

However, this six-volume collection from the History of Feminism series draws together key documents that show the varied political work African American feminists were undertaking wel. ardback – 2007-06-07 Routledge History of Feminism. Women's Suffrage Literature.

Read "Feminism and Empire Women Activists in Imperial Britain, 1790–1865" by Clare Midgley with Rakuten Kobo  . The book begins by exploring the relationship between the construction of new knowledge about colonised others and the framing of debates on the 'woman question' among advocates of women's rights and their evangelical opponents. Moving on to examine white middle-class women's activism on imperial issues in Britain, topics include the anti-slavery boycott of Caribbean sugar, the campaign against widow-burning in colonial India, and women’s role in the foreign missionary movement prior to direct employment by the major missionary societies. The Princeton History of Modern Ireland.

Bibliography of New Zealand history. This is a bibliography of New Zealand history. Michael King (2003) The Penguin History of New Zealand. Immensely popular, this well-written and comprehensive single volume history is probably the best place to start for those new to New Zealand history

The history of feminism comprises the narratives (chronological or thematic) of the movements and ideologies which have aimed at equal rights for women. While feminists around the world have differed in causes, goals, and intentions depending on time, culture, and country, most Western feminist historians assert that all movements that work to obtain women's rights should be considered feminist movements, even when they did not (or do not) apply the term to themselves

Associate Professor Daley is currently working on a piece to be entitled Beauty Queens and Physique Kings. This will be a book-length study of twentieth-century New Zealand society, viewed through the lens of beauties and bodies. Department of History. Postgraduate supervision. Women and Empire, 1750-1939.

Course Text Book Susie Steinbach, Women in England, 1760-1914 (recommended for purchase). Modern Records Centre Extracts See digitised archives from the Modern Records Centre here.

Primary sources on gender and Anglo-imperialism, Vol. 2, New Zealand. Contents divided into 8 parts: 1. Imperial Views2. Missionaries3. Migration4. Life in the Colony5. Suffrage (The Campaign for the Vote & Meaning/Success of Women's Suffrage & Anti-Suffrage View)6. Social Reform (Alcohol/Temperance & Citizenship and Civic Rights & Contagious Diseases Act and Sex & Domestic Work & Education & Eugenics & Paid Work and Equal Pay)7. 'Converting' Maori Women into Imperial Sisters (Prologue & Alcohol/Temperance Education & Julia, New Zealand's Grace Darling & the 'Cost' of 'Civilisation'8. Fighting for Empire (New Zealand Wars & Boer War & The Great War & Interwar)