Different Voices, Women in United States History Third Edition
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Different Voices: Women in United States History, Third Edition is a comprehensive textbook for the study of Women's History; written in an engaging narrative style. Different Voices offers insightful detail of topics not covered in other Women's History books such as: the women of New Spain, the Latina Feministas Movement, women in religious vocations and women's socialization and culture in Victorian America. This text presents a wide range of ethnic diversity including women of African, Asian, Native American and Latina heritage. Of particular interest, are chapters which feature medical practices which affected women's health and the bold innovations in medicine which contributed to contemporary concepts about the female body. Formatted as a student text, it is the first of its kind in American Women's History with a multidimensional and multicultural approach. Different Voices includes some of the following features:
Primary sources such as diaries, letters, and legal documents,
Chapter outlines, maps, chronologies and concise clear footnote definitions
Appended historical documents
Vignettes of women who made a significant contribution to American Life
A chapter by chapter discourse on historical theory
Over 100 photographs and illustrations
An extensive thematic bibliography of references
Ancillary materials such as a study guide, test bank and power point presentations
|9781562266820, 1562266829, 9781562266820
|Number of Pages
|Women's History, Women's Studies