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This memoir chronicles the life of Mary Susannah Robbins-poet, activist, and devoted daughter of famous mathematician Herbert E. Robbins. Her antiwar activism, beginning with her experiences during the Vietnam War and continuing into the present with the Iraq…
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The second volume of Tennessee Women: Their Lives and Times contains sixteen essays on Tennessee women in the forefront of the political, economic, and cultural history of the state and assesses the national and sometimes international scope of their influence.…

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Volume 1 of Mississippi Women enriched our understanding of women’s roles in the state’s history through profiles of notable, though often neglected, individuals. Volume 2 explores the historical forces that have shaped women’s lives in…

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Esther Clayson Pohl Lovejoy, whose long life stretched from 1869 to 1967, challenged convention from the time she was a young girl. Her professional life began as one of Oregon's earliest women physicians, and her commitment to public health and medical relief…

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Even though interdisciplinarity is virtually universally advocated in the various disciplines which comprise the growing field of memory studies, it remains in very short supply. Anne Marie Monchamp addresses that need by integrating philosophy, anthropology and…
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As a poet, author, and keen observer of life in 1870s Boston, Harriet Robinson played an essential—if occasionally underappreciated—role in the women’s suffrage movement during Boston’s golden age. Robinson flourished after leaving behind…

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Women were leading actors in twentieth-century developments in Georgia, yet most histories minimize their contributions. The essays in the second volume of Georgia Women , edited by Ann Short Chirhart and Kathleen Ann Clark, vividly portray a wide array of…

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This is a story about a woman’s exceptional courage, a mother’s unconditional love, and a matriarch’s uncompromising will to see her family survive against insurmountable odds. Widowed at a young age with seven children to rear, her biography…
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With the rapid expansion of the field of autobiography due to the emergence of new digital media, black American women have excelled at expanding the genre's boundaries as they address disparaging depictions of themselves. Examining novelists, bloggers, and…

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Covering an era from the early twentieth century to the present, this volume features twenty-seven South Carolina women of varied backgrounds whose stories reflect the ever-widening array of activities and occupations in which women were engaged in a…