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The Creation of Patriarchy
When precisely did the ideas, symbols and metaphors of patriarchy take hold of Western civilization? When were women, so central to the creation of society, moved on to the sidelines? Where is theExpand
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Black Women in White America : A Documentary History
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The Majority Finds Its Past: Placing Women in History
In twelve essays addressing both broad feminist issues and specific historical subjects, Lerner calls for the creation of a truly universal history equally concerned with men, women, and the demiseExpand
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The Creation of Feminist Consciousness: From the Middle Ages to Eighteen-Seventy
A pioneer in women's studies and long-term activist for women's issues, and a past president of the Organization of American Historians, Gerda Lerner is one of the founders and foremost scholars ofExpand
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Corporatizing Higher Education
THE PROCESS OF CHANGING U.S. higher education institutions along a corporate model has been going on for several decades. It consists of changes, some open, some obscured, on various fronts: theExpand
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Black women in white America
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Early Community Work of Black Club Women
  • G. Lerner
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  • The Journal of Negro History
  • 1 April 1974
by GERDA LERNER Blaick women organized, throughout the nineteenth century, at first on a local, lateron a state and national level, to undertake educational, philanthropic and welfare activities.Expand
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The Female experience : an American documentary
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U.S. Women's History: Past, Present, and Future
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