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English version, “on the french origin of the words ‘feminism’ and ‘feminist,’”feminist issues, 8:2 (fall 1988), 45-51.

History of the United States (1918–45) - Wikipedia

Child labor, corporations, immigrants, public health, regulation, settlement houses, social work, suffrage, temperance, truancy, welfare.

Women and the Progressive Movement | The Gilder Lehrman

Kathryn kish sklar, florence kelley and the nation’s work: the rise of women’s political culture, 1830–1900 (new haven: yale university press, 1995), 186.

A Timeline of Women's Legal History in the United States by

Women and the question of ‘universal’ suffrage in 1848: a transatlantic comparison of suffragist rhetoric,” with supporting documents in french and in english translation, nwsa journal, 11:1 (spring 1999), pp.

What Happened to the Women's Movement? by Barbara Epstein

Articles published in 2003:« femmes et suffrage « universel »: une comparaison transatlantique,” in 1848: actes du colloque international du cent cinquantenaire, tenu à l’assemblée nationale à paris, les 23-25 février 1998, ed.

Articles published in 1999:“foreword” to constructing spanish womanhood: female identity in modern spain, ed.

Articles Published by Karen Offen - Historian

Articles published in 1994:“women, citizenship, and suffrage in the french context, 1789-1993,” suffrage and beyond: international feminist perspectives, ed.

International Women's Day 8 March ENTER ADDITIONAL INFO IF

Comment” on judith bennett's essay, “'confronting continuity,” journal of women’s history 9:3 (autumn 1997), 105-113.

Women's Movements in Canada - The Canadian Encyclopedia

In arguing for women’s suffrage in the ladies’ home journal in 1910, jane addams appealed to her middle-class readers by pointing out that women in modern society no longer performed the functions of producing for their families all the goods that they would consume at home; if they cared about the health and safety of their own families—the food they ate, the water they drank, the diseases they might catch—they ought to care about the conditions all around them, and they ought to want the ability to vote on these public concerns.

Florence kelley and jane addams were strong supporters of african american suffrage; although they both had been active members of nawsa, they publicly protested the organization’s endorsement of a states’ rights position on the question of whether or not black americans should be given equal access to the ballot box.

Coverage organizations:College settlement house, frederick douglass center, general federation of women’s clubs, henry street settlement, hull house, national american woman suffrage association, national association for the advancement of colored people, national association of colored women, national congress of mothers, national consumers league, national council of jewish women, parent teacher association, riverside settlement, us children's bureau, us women’s bureau, wctu, white rose mission, woman’s christian temperance union, young women’s christian association.

Woman suffrage 1945 1995 100 word essay

Article, “women’s suffrage,” commissioned for the new international encyclopedia of the social & behavioral sciences.

A contextual re reading of a vindication of the rights of woman, 1792-1992,” in quilting a new canon: stitching women’s words, ed.

A comparative re-reading of a vindication of the rights of woman, 1792-1992,” [revised] in globalizing feminisms, 1789-1945, ed.
Review essay, “surveying european women’s history since the millenium: a comparative review,” journal of women’s history, 22:1 (spring 2010), 154-177.