Radical Femininity (Book Review)
- Mary Wollstonecraft and 200 Years of Feminisms. Mendus, Susan // Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Summer99, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p215
Reviews the book "Mary Wollstonecraft and 200 Years of Feminisms," edited by Eileen Janes Yeo.
- The Contest for Social Science: Relations and Representations of Gender and Class. Bourke, Joanna // Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Spring98, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p111
Reviews the book "The Contest for Social Science: Relations and Representations of Gender and Class," by Eileen Janes Yeo.
- Is there a future for labour history? The May 1997 conference of the Society for the Study of Labour History. // Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Winter1997, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p253
The article presents information about the May 1997 conference of the Society of Labour History. The opening plenary meeting was chaired by economist Chris Wrigley who raised some of the main questions at issue in the debate about where labour history was or should be going. He talked briefly...
- The Unknown Mayhew. // New Republic;10/31/71, Vol. 165 Issue 18, p29
Reviews the book "The Unknown Mayhew," by Eileen Yeo and E.P. Thompson.
- Popular Culture and Class Conflict 1590-1914 (Book Review). Bailey, Peter // Journal of Social History;Fall83, Vol. 17 Issue 1
Reviews the book 'Popular Culture and Class Conflict 1590-1914: Explorations in the History of Labour and Leisure,' edited by Eileen and Stephen Yeo.
- Popular Culture and Class Conflict 1590-1914: Explorations in the History of Labour and Leisure. Beaton-Parratt, Tina // Canadian Journal of History of Sport;May85, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p96
The article reviews the book "Popular Culture and Class Conflict 1590-1914: Explorations in the History of Labour and Leisure," edited by Eileen and Stephen Yeo.
- Cultivating power: the language of feminism in women's garden literature, 1870--1920 Harris, Dianne // Landscape Journal;Fall1994, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p113
No abstract available.
- We will have to suffer feminism's `see-how-mad-I-am' theatrics for a while longer. Byfield, Link // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;6/27/94, Vol. 21 Issue 28, p2
Asserts that Canadians will have to endure the views of feminists for at least the immediate future because this ideology has managed to garner advocates in legal, academic and political arenas. Contention that those who embrace the feminist philosophy are irrational.
- Feminist pilgrims. Mankowski, P.V. // Commentary;Jun90, Vol. 89 Issue 6, p48
Opinion. Reports on the recent trip to Nicaragua by the Amanecida Collective, a group of feminists from Cambridge, Mass. divinity schools. Attacks on Nicaragua's conservative feminist policies; Unpreparedness of the group; Homosexuality in Nicaragua; Sympathy for former President Daniel...