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Related articles in Google Scholar. Citing articles via Google Scholar. Johan Renck, director. Written and created by Craig Mazin. A fascinating wealth of sources, many of them unknown heretofore, inform and contextualize the analysis which leads up to Simone de Beauvoir's The Second Sex and will certainly arouse important scholarly debates. The work of a celebrated pioneer in the history of women, Karen Offen's much anticipated history of the woman question in France, is a deeply researched, erudite study of the multifaceted debates that engaged women and men across the political spectrum during the first fifty years of the Third Republic.
A variety of topics emerged: the intelligence, nature, duties, rights, and other characteristics of women that qualified them for or disqualified them from full citizenship and public responsibility. The rich debate plus the engaging cast of characters should finally discredit the cliche that French women thinkers and activists were less evolved than feminist activists elsewhere.
Given the widening interest in feminism today, Offen's incomparable scholarship is a foundational resource. Smith , Rutgers University, New Jersey.
Feminismos europeos, Una historia politica. This is the Spanish translation of European Feminisms. To date no reviews have come to the attention the author. Europski Feminizmi This is the Serbian translation of European Feminisms. Presses Universitaires de Rennes, My objective in editing this collection is to provide a comprehensive, thought-provoking, and teachable collection of pathbreaking articles on the comparative history of feminisms around the world prior to The volume showcases important second- and third-generation findings, emphases, or reinterpretations that rewrite history in significant ways.
These articles place the thought and action of feminists at the center of historical analysis. They deepen our knowledge through comparison and contrast. Smith, in the series Rewriting History, edited by Jack Censer.