Gendered Literacy in Black and White: Turn-of-the-Century African-American and European-American Club Women's Printed Texts

@article{Gere1996GenderedLI,
  title={Gendered Literacy in Black and White: Turn-of-the-Century African-American and European-American Club Women's Printed Texts},
  author={Anne Gere and Sarah Ruffing Robbins},
  journal={Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society},
  year={1996},
  volume={21},
  pages={643 - 678}
}
  • A. Gere, S. Robbins
  • Published 1 April 1996
  • Sociology
  • Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society
Les AA. etudient les clubs feminins qui se sont crees aux Etats-Unis a partir de 1880. Elles affirment que ceux-ci pouvaient grouper jusqu'a deux millions de femmes appartenant a des classes, des races, des religions differentes. Elles montrent que, dans ce cadre, s'est developpee une multitude d'activites culturelles. Les AA. portent l'accent sur les activites litteraires qui ont joue un role fondamental en ce qui concerne les representations que les femmes ont elaborees d'elles-memes. Elles… 
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