Arkansas Women

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Following in the tradition of the Southern Women series, Arkansas Women highlights prominent Arkansas women, exploring womens experiences across time and space from the states earliest frontier years to the late twentieth century. In doing so, this …

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    Om Arkansas Women

    Following in the tradition of the Southern Women series, Arkansas Women highlights prominent Arkansas women, exploring womens experiences across time and space from the states earliest frontier years to the late twentieth century. In doing so, this collection of fifteen biographical essays productively complicates Arkansas history by providing a multidimensional focus on women, with a particular appreciation for how gendered issues influenced the historical moment in which they lived.< /p>

    Diverse in nature, Arkansas Women contains stories about women on the Arkansas frontier, including the narratives of indigenous women and their interactions with European men and of bondwomen of African descent who were forcibly moved to Arkansas from the seaboard South to labor on cotton plantations. There are also essays about twentieth-century women who were agents of change in their communities, such as Hilda Kahlert Cornish and the Arkansas birth control movement, Adolphine Fletcher Terrys antisegregationist social activism, and Sue Cowan Morriss Little Rock classroom teachers salary equalization suit. Collectively, these inspirational essays work to acknowledge womens accomplishments and to further discussions about their contributions to Arkansass rich cultural heritage.

    Contributors:
    Michael Dougan on Mary Sybil Kidd Maynard Lewis
    Gary T. Edwards on Amanda Trulock
    Dianna Fraley on Adolphine Fletcher Terry
    Sarah Wilkerson Freeman on Senator Hattie Caraway
    Rebecca Howard on Women of the Ozarks in the Civil War< br>Elizabeth Jacoway on Daisy Lee Gatson Bates
    Kelly Houston Jones on Bondwomen on Arkansass Cotton Frontier
    John Kirk on Sue Cowan Morris
    Marianne Leung on Hilda Kahlert Cornish
    Rachel Reynolds Luster on Mary Celestia Parler
    Loretta N. McGregor on Dr. Mamie Katherine Phipps Clark
    Michael Pierce on Freda Hogan
    Debra A. Reid on Mary L. Ray
    Yulonda Eadie Sano on Edith Mae Irby Jones
    Sonia Toudji on Women in Early Frontier Arkansas

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    Utgivelsesår
    2018
    Forlag
    University of Georgia Press
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9780820353326

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