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by Debra Gold hansen

  • Author: Debra Gold hansen
  • ISBN: 0870238485
  • ISBN13: 978-0870238482
  • ePub: 1762 kb | FB2: 1479 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Americas
  • Publisher: University of Massachusetts Press; 1st edition (August 9, 1993)
  • Pages: 244
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Strained Sisterhood: Gender and Class in the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society ePub download

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Debra Gold Hansen explores the origins of the erence debate by examining the Boston Female . Debra Gold Hansen is a professor at the School of Library and Information Science, San Jose State University, Fullerton.

Debra Gold Hansen explores the origins of the erence debate by examining the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society, which disbanded in 1840 over this very issue. After establishing a historical framework for women's lives in early nineteenth-century Boston, Hansen analyzes the membership of the Society along the lines of race, religion, and socioeconomic status.

In this work, Hansen demonstrates that many of the class, religious, and sociocultural differences that limit female solidarity today were evident more . Models of Womanhood within the Boston Female AntiSlavery Society.

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Explores the origins of the feminist erence debate by examining the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society, which disbanded in 1840 over this very issue.

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Debra Gold Hansen, ‘Bluestockings and Bluenoses. Gender, Class and Conflict in the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society, 1833–1840, PhD University of California, 1988, and Strained Sisterhood, Gender and Class in the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society’, (Amherst, Mass. Amy Swerdlow, ‘Abolition’s Conservative Sisters. The Ladies New York Anti-Slavery Societies 1834–1840’ in Yellin and Van Horne op. ci. J. Wellman, ‘Women and Radical Reform in Antebellum Upstate New York. A Profile of Grassroots Female Abolitionists’, in M. Deudrich and V. Purdy eds, Clio was a Woman (Cambridge, Mass.

Why do some feminists advocate male-female equality while others remain committed to gender difference? What are the sociocultural foundations of these seemingly opposing gender constructs and why has the American feminist movement failed to articulate an ideology that encompasses both?

Debra Gold Hansen explores the origins of the equality-versus-difference debate by examining the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society, which disbanded in 1840 over this very issue. After establishing a historical framework for women's lives in early nineteenth-century Boston, Hansen analyzes the membership of the Society along the lines of race, religion, and socioeconomic status. Through her findings, she concludes that many of the issues that estranged female abolitionists in antebellum Boston continue to divide women today, testifying not to the strength of the bonds between women but to the fragility of those ties.

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