Feminist History in Canada

Feminist History in Canada

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In the late 1970s, feminists urged us to qrethinkq Canada by placing women's experiences at the centre of historical analysis. Forty years later, women's and gender historians continue to take up the challenge, not only to interrogate the idea of nation but also to place their work in a global perspective. This volume showcases the work of scholars who draw on critical race theory, postcolonial theory, and transnational history to re-examine familiar topics such as biography and oral history, paid and unpaid work, marriage and family, and women's political action. Taken together, these exciting new essays demonstrate the continued relevance of history informed by feminist perspectives.Beverly Boutilier and Alison Prentice (Vancouver: UBC Press, 1997), 273a€“97. ... Myra Rutherdale and Katie Pickles, eds., Contact Zones: Aboriginal Women and Settler Women in Canadaa#39;s Colonial Pasts (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2005); Janet anbsp;...

Title:Feminist History in Canada
Author: Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Department of History Nancy Janovicek, Catherine Carstairs
Publisher:UBC Press - 2013-11-25

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