Radical History Review: Volume 70

Radical History Review: Volume 70

by Cambridge University Press

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Overview

Feature articles in this issue include: "Women and Guilds in Bologna: The Ambiguities of 'Marginality'," by Dora Dumont; "Unpacking the First Person Singular: Negotiating Patriarchy in Nineteenth-Century Chile," by Andy Daitsman; "Culture Wars Won and Lost, Part II: Ethnic Museums on the Mall," by Fath Davis Ruffins (a continuation of an article published in RHR 68); and "'All the Intensity of My Nature': Ida B. Wells and African-American Women's Anger in History," by Patricia A. Schechter.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780521637619
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 06/04/1998
Series: Radical History Review Series , #70
Pages: 204
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 6.02(d)

Table of Contents

1. Women and guilds in Bolgna: the ambiguities of marginality Dora Dumont; 2. Unpacking the first person singular: negotating patriarchy in nineteenth-century Chile Andy Daitsman; 3. Culture wars won and lost part II: ethnic museums on the mall (a continuation of an article published in RHR 68) Fath Davis Ruffins; 4. All the intensity of my nature: Ida B. Wells and African-American women's anger in history Patricia A. Schechter; 5. Frontera fiction: teaching the history of the US-Mexico borderlands in the age of proposition 187 and free trade Enrique Ochoa; 6. Teaching five hundred years of struggle Greg Grandin; 7. Unreal cities: Bombay, London, New York Robert Gregg.

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