Living with History / Making Social Change Lerner, is a leading feminist pioneer, a preeminent scholar in the field of Women’s History, and the author of twelve books (including The Creation of Patriarchy, the autobiography Fireweed, and the collection Why History Matters). This stimulating collection of new and previously published autobiographical essays spans 1963 to the present. Encompassing Lerner’s theoretical writing and her organizational work in transforming the profession of historical scholar and establishing Women’s History as a mainstream field, Living with History / Making Social Change offers rare insight into the life and work of one of the leading historians in the United States. (booksense)
The Creation of Patriarchy 428 copies
The Creation of Feminist Consciousness: From the Middle Ages to… 310 copies, 1 review
Black Women in White America: A Documentary History (Editor) 219 copies, 1 review
The Grimke Sisters from South Carolina: Pioneers for Woman's Rights and… 171 copies, 3 reviews
Why History Matters: Life and Thought 92 copies
Fireweed: A Political Autobiography 50 copies, 1 review
The Woman in American History 28 copies
The Feminist Thought of Sarah Grimke 26 copies, 1 review
A death of one's own 24 copies
Teaching women's history 7 copies
No Farewell 3 copies
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