By Kate Hevner Mueller
By Kate Hevner Mueller
By Merna Forster
This inspiring assortment profiles impressive girls ― heroines in technology, game, preaching and educating, politics, struggle and peace, arts and leisure, and mor
In a hundred Canadian Heroines you’ll meet awesome ladies in technology, activity, preaching and instructing, politics, conflict and peace, arts and leisure, and so forth. The publication is filled with remarkable evidence and engaging minutiae approximately interesting figures. notice the various many heroines Canada may be happy with. learn the way we’re remembering them. Or now not!
Augmented through nice rates and pictures, this inspiring assortment profiles impressive ladies ― heroines in technological know-how, recreation, preaching and educating, politics, struggle and peace, arts and leisure, and extra. Profiles comprise mountaineer Phyllis Munday, activist disguise Shimizu, unionist Lea Roback, and picture multi-millionaire Mary Pickford.
By Bernice Kanner
Whereas ladies make up 52.1 percentage of the U.S. inhabitants, they keep an eye on two-thirds of the nation's disposable source of revenue. In Pocketbook energy famous advertising professional and bestselling writer Bernice Kanner describes how woman spending strength has considerably reworked the face of advertising during the last a number of many years. Combining compelling demographic and statistical info with eye-opening and interesting "tales from the trenches," she explores how the advert international has answered to a female-dominated industry. area by way of zone, Kanner describes profitable techniques which have been used to arrive ladies shoppers of clothing, monetary companies, future health care, know-how, and extra. An enjoyable and informative examine how ultra-modern women-dominated market is shaking up the established order on Madison street Anatomizes one of the most winning (and unsuccessful) women-oriented campaigns of all instances
By J. Dickenson
Australian ladies in advertisements within the 20th Century captures the tales of girls operating within the international ads undefined, exploring the $64000 contributions ladies made to the and the function of the in shaping the 'modern' woman.
By Azar Nafisi
Each Thursday morning for 2 years within the Islamic Republic of Iran, Azar Nafisi, a daring and encouraged instructor, secretly collected seven of her such a lot dedicated lady scholars to learn forbidden Western classics. a few got here from conservative and spiritual households, others have been innovative and secular; a few had frolicked in prison. They have been shy and uncomfortable in the beginning, unaccustomed to being requested to talk their minds, yet quickly they got rid of their veils and started to talk extra freely–their tales intertwining with the novels they have been studying by means of Jane Austen, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Henry James, and Vladimir Nabokov. As Islamic morality squads staged arbitrary raids in Tehran, as fundamentalists seized carry of the schools and a blind censor stifled inventive expression, the ladies in Nafisi’s front room spoke not just of the books they have been studying but additionally approximately themselves, their goals and disappointments.
Azar Nafisi’s luminous masterwork supplies us a unprecedented glimpse, from the interior, of women’s lives in progressive Iran. Reading Lolita in Tehran is a piece of serious ardour and poetic attractiveness, a awesome exploration of resilience within the face of tyranny, and a party of the releasing strength of literature.
By Sarah O'Leary Burningham
Being a lady isn't consistently effortless, and becoming up is much from a simple task. This time of transition is especially complicated and not using a confidante to aid. Meet Sarah O'Leary Burningham, a real-life significant sister right here to educate preteens via all of life's enormous moments, from first bras to first classes. jam-packed with letters and testimonials from actual girls—as good as confidence-boosting recommendation and myth-busting sidebars—this enjoyable, obtainable, and hugely visible publication is a must have for each woman navigating her manner in the course of the preteen years.
By Lynn Povich
It was once the 1960s––a time of monetary growth and social strife. younger women poured into the place of work, however the “Help Wanted” advertisements have been segregated through gender and the “Mad Men” workplace tradition used to be rife with sexual stereotyping and discrimination.
Lynn Povich was once one of many fortunate ones, touchdown a role at Newsweek, well known for its state-of-the-art insurance of civil rights and the “Swinging Sixties.” Nora Ephron, Jane Bryant Quinn, Ellen Goodman, and Susan Brownmiller began there besides. It was once a top-notch job––for a girl––at an exhilarating place.
But it used to be a lifeless finish. girls researchers occasionally grew to become journalists, hardly writers, and not editors. Any aspiring woman journalist used to be advised, “If you need to be a author, pass someplace else.”
On March sixteen, 1970, the day Newsweek published a canopy tale at the fledgling feminist circulate entitled “Women in Revolt,” forty-six Newsweek women charged the journal with discrimination in hiring and promotion. It was once the 1st lady category motion lawsuit––the first via girls journalists––and it encouraged different girls within the media to speedy keep on with suit.
Lynn Povich used to be one of many ringleaders. In The reliable women Revolt, she evocatively tells the tale of this dramatic turning aspect in the course of the lives of a number of individuals. With heat, humor, and standpoint, she exhibits how own stories and cultural shifts led a gaggle of well-mannered, principally apolitical girls, raised within the Forties and Fifties, to problem their bosses––and what occurred once they did. for plenty of, submitting the go well with was once a radicalizing act that empowered them to “find themselves” and struggle again. Others misplaced their manner amid possibilities, pressures, discouragements, and hostilities they weren’t ready to navigate.
The strong ladies rebel also explores why alterations within the legislation didn’t remedy every thing. throughout the lives of younger girl newshounds at Newsweek today, Lynn Povich indicates what has––and hasn’t––changed within the workplace.
By Stephen Turnbull
Ever because the Empress Jingo-kogo led an invasion of Korea during pregnancy with the long run Emperor Ojin, stories of girl eastern warriors have emerged from Japan's wealthy heritage. utilizing fabric that hasn't ever been translated into English prior to, this publication offers the tale of Japan's girl warriors for the 1st time, revealing the function of the ladies of the samurai classification in all their many manifestations, investigating their guns, apparatus, roles, education and trust platforms. Crucially, in addition to describing the ladies who have been warriors of their personal correct, like Hauri Tsuruhime and the ladies of Aizu, this booklet additionally appears at events whilst girls grew to become the ability at the back of the throne, ruling and warring throughout the males round them.
By CLARE [ED] UNGERSON