Women in the Canadian Mosaic. First Edition in dustjacket

By: MATHESON, Gwen (ed.) ATWOOD, Margaret BROWN, Rosemary

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MATHESON, Gwen (ed.). Women in the Canadian Mosaic. (Toronto) : Peter Martin Associates Limited, (1976). First Edition. Pp (6),vii-x,(4),1-353,(1). Illustrated. Index. 8vo, maroon cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "Women everywhere share one experience: they are members of a class whose separate culture results in special, and often unequal, treatment. But the unique historical, geographical and cultural situation women in Canada determines the particular nature of their experience in ways which have been little known or understood by historians, sociologists or women themselves. This anthology of articles by and about Canadian women explores some of these experiences,both past and present." (from the dj). Contents : Introduction (by Gwen Ma theson). The Past: Nellie McClung: "Not a Nice Woman" (by Gwen Matheson andV.E. Lang); The Canadian Suffragists (by Deborah Gorham); Women in Quebec (by Caroline Pestiean); The Voice of Women: A History (by Kay Macpherson anrl Meg Sears). The Present: Changes in the Churches (by Cecelia Wallace); The Immigrant Woman (by Ana Alberro and Gloria Montero); "All This for Threeand a Half a Day": The Farm Wife (by Norma Taylor); Sex Stereotyping in Ca nadian Schools (by Fiona Nelson); The New Subject: Women's Studies (by Frances Wilson); Women in the Universities (by Jill Vickers); Women and the Unions (by Grace Hartman); Paradoxes and Dilemmas: The Woman as Writer (by Margaret Atwood); Breaking Out of the Female Mould (by Mary on Kantaroff); A New Kind of Power (by Rosemary Brown); The Feminist Mosaic (by Lynne Teather). Appendix: Women's Centres, Women's Newspapers and Regional Contacts. Bibliography. Penned name, else very good in lightly edgeworn, unclipped dustjacket. 20.00

Title: Women in the Canadian Mosaic. First Edition in dustjacket

Author Name: MATHESON, Gwen (ed.) ATWOOD, Margaret BROWN, Rosemary

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Peter Martin Associates Limited, Toronto, 1976, ISBN:088778125X:

Seller ID: 107026

Keywords: WOMEN WOMSTU CANADIAN FEMINIST CANADA FEMINISM SOCIAL HISTORY LITERARY POLITICAL LABOUR,