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by Dale Spender

eBook Women of Ideas: And What Men Have Done to Them download ISBN: 0044408323
Author: Dale Spender
Publisher: HarperCollins; Reprint, Reissue edition (September 1, 1991)
Language: English
Pages: 800
ePub: 1666 kb
Fb2: 1489 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Political
Subcategory: Social Sciences

This book should be required reading in the final year of secondary school.

This book should be required reading in the final year of secondary school.

The book is very readable even as the resources are well documented.

This is a study of women's thoughts and ideas spanning three centuries. The author contends that men have removed women from literary and historical records and deprived women of the knowledge of their intellectual heritage. This book is an attempt to redress the balance.

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Women of ideas being the book that should be on every school history curriculum. Spender is not the first to have written a history of women of ideas

Women of ideas being the book that should be on every school history curriculum. Spender is not the first to have written a history of women of ideas. But ironically, despite the authors' naming of the problem, these works too have been 'lost'. Far from being a story of progress, of ideas gradually evolving and building on the work of those who have gone before, women's history is a cycle of interruptions and enforced silences.

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This is a study of women's thoughts and ideas spanning three centuries.

Comments: (4)
Maldarbaq
This book is a wonderful analysis of the way the patriarchy has through centuries defined the rules and laws of society to keep themselves appearing to be the "superior" gender. Dale Spender gives a good account of women who have challenged the idea that women are the "inferior" gender and why societies seldom heard of them, especially after a generation or two. Spender explains why every new generation of women has had to learn about this behavior and learn who those women were who have challenged the patriarchy because men have worked at making those women and their writings invisible. The book is very readable even as the resources are well documented. Any one interested in women's history, gender studies, the patriarchal system of power and why women and their writings disappeared from history should read this book.
Funky
This book should be required reading in the final year of secondary school. It is insightful, well researched and an eye opening view into the history of women in the English speaking Western World. This history needs to be taught as the history of men's ideas already is.
Nalmezar
This book explains why we have to continually reinvent the wheel of knowledge about women's resistance to our own repression. If you want to know why you don't know of the existence of the AWESOME women who have come before you read this book! This book should be on every woman's shelf.
Yainai
Good.