Feminism and the Periodical Press, 1900-1918, المجلد 1

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Lucy Delap, Maria DiCenzo, Leila Ryan
Taylor & Francis, 2006 - 1560 من الصفحات
The Edwardian period experienced a particularly vibrant periodical culture, with phenomenal growth in the numbers of titles published that were either aimed specifically at women, or else saw women as a key section of their readership or contributor group. It was an era of political ferment in which a number of 'progressive' traditions were formulated, shaped or abandoned, including socialism, feminism, modernism, empire politics, trade unionism and welfarism. Organized around some of the central themes of political thought and utopian thinking, this impressive collection gathers together classic articles from key periodicals. The set presents a comprehensive sourcebook of readings on Edwardian/Progressive era feminist thought, exploring the intervention of the radical public intellectuals working in these traditions in North America and the UK from 1900-1918.
 

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Acknowledgements
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The Press
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Feminism in Some European Countries American Monthly Review of Reviews 23 March 1906
xlii
Claresholm Homesteads for Women The Grain Growers Guide 27 March 1912 p 24
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Emilia Jessie Boucherett The Englishwomans Review 15 January 1905 pp
1
The New Game Suffragette Votes for Women November 1907 p 28
3
Rose Winslow The Woman Wage Earner The Suffragist 5 December 1914 pp 56
5
Pro Patria The Church League for Womens Suffrage September 1914 p 164
7
E H M Suffragette Jam and Marmalade The Vote 26 March 1910 p 261
Florence Brewer Boeckel Reflections of a Picket The Suffragist 3 March 1917 p 6
6
Catherine Flanagan Demonstrations and Their Uses The Suffragist 10 August 1918 pp 89
8
Violet Markham The Standard of Life Womens Trade Union Review April 1916 pp 911
9
A Stobart Women and War The Contemporary Review February 1913 pp 226232
11
Marie Jenney Howe The Tables Turned The Woman Voter May 1912 p 13
13
Sayings of Suffrage Week The Englishwoman December 1910 pp 135138
14
A Deadly Plague Womans Century January 1917 p 16
16

Emmeline PethickLawrence The Undercurrent of the Womans Movement Votes for Women
9
The Black Peril The Common Cause 21 September 1911 pp 408409
13
Una Saunders The Welfare of Women Workers Womans Century January 1917 p
15
Fanny Johnson Man at Home The Freewoman 7 December 1911 pp 4546
17
Dora Marsden Bondwomen and Commentary on Bondwomen The Freewoman 23 and 30
1
Hannah Sheehy Skeffington How Suffrage Stands in Ireland The Suffragist 30 March 1918
6
Oreola Williams Haskell The New Wife The Woman Voter January 1912 pp 1011
10
Womans Place The Womans Era September 1894 p 8
8
Suffrage and Prohibition The Woman Voter February 1915 p 11
11
E G R The Silent Company of Books The Englishwoman February 1909 pp 8794
12
On Machines The Freewoman 12 September 1912 p 324
13
H G Wells Woman Endowed and editorial The Freewoman 21 March 1912 pp 341342
14
At the Society of Women Artists Votes for Women
A S B Liquor Against Suffrage The Womans Journal 2 and 9 October 1915 pp 314 322
3
The Compromise Measure The Suffragist 28 March 1914 p 4
4
Is the Socalled New Woman a Modern Prodigy? Shafts January 1896 pp 146147
6
Margaret Wynne Nevinson The Problem of the Illegitimate Child The Vote 30 April 1915
Christabel Pankhurst Married Womens Health The Suffragette 5 December 1913 p 169
J M S Reduced to the Absurd The Englishwoman July 1910 pp 262264
H B B The Rapidity of Social Changes The Womans Journal 21 July 1900 p 228
1
Rattling into Barbarism The Common Cause 17 June 1909 p 127
9
An Interview with Miss Enid Stacy B A Woman s Signal 12
12
Anne OHagan Shinn The Home and the Vote The Woman Voter August 1915 pp 1315
13
Madame Alex Veigelé The Womens Vegetarian Union Womans Signal 21 November 1895
16
S Gertrude Ford The Woman of the New Age The Vote 4 November 1909 p 17
17
Charlotte Perkins Gilman The Humanness of Women Forerunner January 1910 pp 1214
12
Dr Elizabeth Blackwell The Englishwoman July 1910 pp 273284
5
National Suffrage and the Race Problem The Suffragist 14 November 1914 p 3
3
Evelyn King Gilmore Feminism Harpers Magazine 11 March 1916 p 31
7
Marguerite Fedden The Undermining of Marriage The Catholic Suffragist 15 February 1916
11
Cover cartoon Votes for Women 2 October 1914
7
The Sikhs in the Empire Womans Century October 1915 p 10
10
De Alberti The Scourge of Civilization The Catholic Suffragist 15 April 1916 pp 3435
11
Millicent Garrett Fawcett Men are Men and Women are Women The Englishwoman February 1909 pp 1731
17
Charlotte Perkins Gilman Some Unfamiliar Ways of Living Forerunner January 1916
20
Leading Actresses Send New Years Good Wishes to The Suffragette The Suffragette 3 January 1913 p 171
21
Lina Eckenstein Woman as Apostle and Prophet The Englishwoman January 1912 pp 5767
24
Emmeline PethickLawrence What We Think of Criticism Votes for Women 8 October 1909
25
Elizabeth Becker What Ontario Women Want Womans Century June 1918 pp 34
26
Phoebe W Couzins Shall the Men Wash Dishes? The Womans Journal 7 July 1900 p 210
27
Those Fool Women The Grain Growers Guide 28 September 1910 p
28
Mary Gaunt Chinese Women Modern Woman and Her Work 8 January 1916 pp 208209
31
Laurence Housman The Protected Sex Votes for Women 19 November 1908 p 123
33
Vox et Preterea? The Englishwoman March 1912 pp 247253
36
Fannie Barrier Williams Great Britains Compliment to American Colored Women
47
W L George The Downfall of the Home Harpers Magazine June 1916 pp 4958
49
Big Newspaper Sets Example The Womans Journal 27 April 1912 pp 129 and 136
51
Echoes The Englishwoman April 1909 pp 287288
3
Bessie McLean Reynolds Half Hours in the Book World Womans Century September 1916
4
Sylvia Pankhurst Josephine Butler Womans Dreadnought 24 October 1914 p 127
7
Mrs Rose Henderson The Cradle and the Nation Womans Century January 1916 p 10
10
Mrs Dignam ed Womens Art Association of Canada Womans Century January 1917 p 12
5
Comments of the Press The Suffragist 16 January 1915 p 8
8
Francis Marion Beynon Working for an Unpopular Cause The Grain Growers Guide 27 August 1913 p 9
9
Under the Clock Votes for Women 1 July 1910 p 651
6
W L George Woman after the War English Review December 1916 pp 516527
7
Consecration Womans Century January 1917 p 9
9
The Grandmothers of 1968 Womans Century March 1918 p 11
11
To the Womens Associations The Grain Growers Guide 11 August 1915 p 2
2
A Week of the Womens Revolution The Suffragist 24 November 1917 pp 47
4
The Church and Votes for Women The Woman Voter September 1915 pp 89
8
Louis S Friedland Woman Struggle in Russia The Woman Voter May 1917 pp 1011
10
The Working Womens Deputation to the President The Suffragist 31 January 1914 p 5
5
About Ourselves Modern Woman and Her Work 13 November 1915 no page number 497 The Ideal Paper Modern Woman and Her Work 18 Dece...
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