Women's Studies

BIC code: JBFF
See also: Social Sciences

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  • Cover scan of SCUM Manifesto
    SCUM Manifesto
    Valerie Solanas - Paperback - AK Press
    For over 40 years, Valerie Solanas' biting polemic has delighted and terrified readers. 'SCUM' is an indictment of patriarchal culture, a call to action, a radical feminist vision for a different world. Alternating between satire and seriousness, the book remains as a relevant today as when it was first written. Popular and divisive from its first publication, the 'SCUM Manifesto' has proved an enduring classic and has been translated into over a dozen languages. This edition contains a new introduction by American poet Michelle Tea.
  • Cover scan of Scottish Women
    Scottish Women: A Documentary History, 1780-1914
    - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    The editors of this volume introduce topics and debates relevant to nineteenth-century women's everyday lives, using selected primary source material to demonstrate key points.
  • Cover scan of The Scottish Suffragettes
    The Scottish Suffragettes
    Leah Leneman - Paperback - National Museums of Scotland
    This text looks at women who fought tirelessly for equality. It focuses on the Scottish women of all ages and from all backgrounds who were involved in the non-militant suffragist movement.
  • Cover scan of She Is But A Woman
    She Is But A Woman: Queenship In Scotland, 1424-1463
    Fiona Downie - Paperback - John Donald
    'She is But a Woman', the first in-depth study of medieval Scottish queens, investigates the relationship between gender and power in the 15th century Scottish court. Fiona Downie explores the art of queenship as practiced by Joan Beaufort and Mary Guelders, queens of James I and James II.
  • Cover scan of She Was Aye Workin'
    She Was Aye Workin': Memories Of Tenement Women In Edinburgh And Glasgow
    Helen Clark; Elizabeth Carnegie - Paperback - White Cockade
    This book explores the hidden lives of the women who held families together and made ends meet in Scotland's crowded urban tenements.

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