What is gender and who has it? History, theory and gender are inextricably linked, but how exactly do they fit together? How do
historians use theories about gender to write history?
In this jargon-free introduction, Susan...
What is gender and who has it? History, theory and gender are inextricably linked, but how exactly do they fit together? How dohistorians use theories about gender to write history? In this jargon-free introduction, Susan Kingsley Kent presents a student-friendly guide to the origins, conceptual framework, subjectmatter and methods of gender history. Assuming no prior knowledge, Gender and History: ? sets out clear definitions of theory, history and gender? explains that gender is not solely applicable to women, but to men as well? tackles the hotly debated topic of power and gender relations? explores gender history from a variety of angles, including anthropology, psychology and philosophy? spans a broad chronological period, from the times of Aristotle to the present day? includes a helpful glossary that explains key terms and concepts at a glance. Lively and approachable, this is an essential text for anyone who wishes to learn how to use theories of gender in their historicalstudies.Show Less
Provides an overview of the key issues and debates in gender history and theory by a leading name in the field
Shows students how they can use gender in their historical studies through lively, approachable examples
Explores gender history from a variety of angles, covering anthropology, psychology and philosophy
The only book to devote a whole chapter to the hot topic of power and gender relations
Introduction: History, Theory, Gender: What Are They? Who Has Them?
PART I: THEORIZING GENDER Woman: From the Deficient Male to the Incommensurate Female
The Feminist Challenge: 'One is Not Born a Woman'
PART II: GENDER HISTORY The Road to 'Gender'
Theorizing Gender and Power
PART III: DOING IT Writing Gender History: War and Feminism, 1914-1930
Conclusion: Where We Go From Here
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
- Queenship in Early Modern Europe Charles Beem
- The Long European Reformation Peter G. Wallace
- A Political History of the USA Bruce Kuklick
- History of the Body Willemijn Ruberg
- The Hundred Years War Revisited Anne Curry
- Rethinking a Nation Philip Jenkins
- Print Cultures Caroline Davis
- Media in History Jukka Kortti
- Why History Matters John Tosh
- Contemporary China Kerry Brown
- The Ottoman Empire, 1300-1650 Colin Imber
- Hollywood and the American Historical Film J.E. Smyth
- The Future of History Alun Munslow
- Information History in the Modern World Toni Weller
- Transnational History P. Saunier
- Making History Jorma Kalela
- Gender and History Susan Kingsley Kent
- Databases in Historical Research Charles Harvey, Jon Press
- Writing Women's History Since the Renaissance M. Spongberg
- Postmodernism and History W. Thompson
- Empiricism and History Stephen Davies
- Studying Gender in Medieval Europe Patricia Skinner
- Biography and History Barbara Caine