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The underside of history : a view of women through time, Elise Boulding

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The underside of history : a view of women through time
Title
The underside of history
Title remainder
a view of women through time
Statement of responsibility
Elise Boulding
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Boulding, Elise
Dewey number
301.41/2/09
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
index present
LC call number
HQ1127
LC item number
.B68
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Women
  • Vrouwen
  • Femmes
  • Frau
  • Geschichte
Label
The underside of history : a view of women through time, Elise Boulding
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • pt. 1. Setting the stage. Sampling the invisible: An alternative "development story"; Problems of scale and dominance traps for women; The approach of this book; Women and "underlife" structure; Appendix 1-1: how and where women learn -- Dominance, dimorphism, and sex roles: The politics of subordination; Dimorphism and dominance; Reproductive behavior and dominance; Dominance as a cultural requirement; Alternatives to dominance systems; Family roles and roles "in the cracks"; Women and the left hand: further thoughts on dimorphism and dominance; Appendix 2-1: New concepts in dominance theory -- The paleolithic: the evolution of home base and sex-role differentiation: Hominids make themselves at home; A new development in the near east: the Cro-Magnons; Back in Europe with the Cro-Magnons; Appendix 3-1: Simplified chronology of archaeological ages and cultures (focus on Europe) -- From gatherers to planters: women's moment in history: The first settlements; The communal village; The local household and craft-shop village and the trading center; The daily life of the women villagers; Women as ritual leaders; The character of matriliny; Man-woman relationships in some matrilineal societies; From egalitarian to ranked to stratified society; The neolithic in Africa, Southeast Asia, and Europe -- Megaliths and metallurgy: the walls close in on women: The megalith builders; The metallurgists; Near east towns and walls; Sumer; Egypt; India; China; Women's roles in fact and myth; Appendix 5-1: Chronology of societies, 4500 B.C. to the Christian Era; Appendix 5-2: Location of first civilizations
  • pt. 2. Women as civilizers. The powerful and the powerless: women in early civilizations, 2000 to 200 B.C.: The urbanites; Urbanization, the rise of the state, and the new conditions for women; Mesopotamia; Egypt; Syria and Palestine; Goddesses and Amazons in the Aegean and Greece; Crete, the cheerful island; Athens: new consciousness and old rigidities in the Greek city-states; The significance of structures of world empire: a glimpse of India and China -- Those who dwell in tents, or the woman's view from the road: Historical overview of nomadism; Sex roles and social structure among the Nomads; Hunters and gatherers of North America; The Bedouin Arabs and the North African Berbers; Nomads of the Eurasian Steppes; Steppe social structure and the role of women; Celts, Goths, and others; The Vikings; The Gypsies -- Barbarians, civilizations, and women: Rome, Byzantium, and Islam, 200 B.C. to A.D. 1000: Women's roles: what went into the melting pot; Women in Pagan Rome; Women in the first millennium of the Christian era; The politicization of Christianity: A.D. 500-1000; Political roles for women in the new empires; A note on religion and the status of women in India -- Millennialism and new-old roles for women in the Middle Ages: a European story, A.D. 1000 to 1450: Historical background; An overview of roles of women in the Middle ages: queens, prophets, reformers, and revolutionaries; Women of the aristocracy; The women's movement in the Middle Ages: the Beguines; Women religious in the Middle Ages; Women intellectuals and artists; Working life for women; The economic situation of women by the end of the Middle Ages
  • pt. 3. The emergence of women from the Renaissance: 1450-1900. Introduction -- Queens, reformers, and revolutionaries: From Isabel to Elizabeth: 1450-1603. The queens; Renaissance women; Religious women of the reformation and the counter-reformation; Family life, and the situation of middle- and lower-class women; Rising dissent: the 1660s. Women in England; Catholic pioneers in Europe; The Bluestockings and the Salons; Scholars and artists; The century of revolutions: the 1700s. The queens; England: philanthropy versus radicalism; Revolutions in France; Women and Salons in German lands; Women adventurers; Colonists; Scholars and artists; Family life -- Preparing the modern world: the 1800s. The revolutionaries and the workers; The activists and the middle class; The international peace movement; The women's rights movement; Adventurers; Scientists; Artists and writers; Overview: women, the family, and the world; Appendix 11-1: Occupations of women in 1841; Appendix 11-2: Employment of village children in nineteenth century England -- A historical note on the underside of the Third World. Africa; West Asia; China; Latin America; Appendix 12-1: Traditional Occupations of women in Africa
  • pt. 4. Epilogue. Prologue to the future: The twentieth century in Euro-North America; Locating the benchmarks, 1975; Creating futures; appendix 13-1: Women in national legislative bodies
Control code
1676340
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxv, 829 pages, 7 unnumbered leaves of plates
Isbn
9780891580096
Lccn
75030558
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)327632
Label
The underside of history : a view of women through time, Elise Boulding
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • pt. 1. Setting the stage. Sampling the invisible: An alternative "development story"; Problems of scale and dominance traps for women; The approach of this book; Women and "underlife" structure; Appendix 1-1: how and where women learn -- Dominance, dimorphism, and sex roles: The politics of subordination; Dimorphism and dominance; Reproductive behavior and dominance; Dominance as a cultural requirement; Alternatives to dominance systems; Family roles and roles "in the cracks"; Women and the left hand: further thoughts on dimorphism and dominance; Appendix 2-1: New concepts in dominance theory -- The paleolithic: the evolution of home base and sex-role differentiation: Hominids make themselves at home; A new development in the near east: the Cro-Magnons; Back in Europe with the Cro-Magnons; Appendix 3-1: Simplified chronology of archaeological ages and cultures (focus on Europe) -- From gatherers to planters: women's moment in history: The first settlements; The communal village; The local household and craft-shop village and the trading center; The daily life of the women villagers; Women as ritual leaders; The character of matriliny; Man-woman relationships in some matrilineal societies; From egalitarian to ranked to stratified society; The neolithic in Africa, Southeast Asia, and Europe -- Megaliths and metallurgy: the walls close in on women: The megalith builders; The metallurgists; Near east towns and walls; Sumer; Egypt; India; China; Women's roles in fact and myth; Appendix 5-1: Chronology of societies, 4500 B.C. to the Christian Era; Appendix 5-2: Location of first civilizations
  • pt. 2. Women as civilizers. The powerful and the powerless: women in early civilizations, 2000 to 200 B.C.: The urbanites; Urbanization, the rise of the state, and the new conditions for women; Mesopotamia; Egypt; Syria and Palestine; Goddesses and Amazons in the Aegean and Greece; Crete, the cheerful island; Athens: new consciousness and old rigidities in the Greek city-states; The significance of structures of world empire: a glimpse of India and China -- Those who dwell in tents, or the woman's view from the road: Historical overview of nomadism; Sex roles and social structure among the Nomads; Hunters and gatherers of North America; The Bedouin Arabs and the North African Berbers; Nomads of the Eurasian Steppes; Steppe social structure and the role of women; Celts, Goths, and others; The Vikings; The Gypsies -- Barbarians, civilizations, and women: Rome, Byzantium, and Islam, 200 B.C. to A.D. 1000: Women's roles: what went into the melting pot; Women in Pagan Rome; Women in the first millennium of the Christian era; The politicization of Christianity: A.D. 500-1000; Political roles for women in the new empires; A note on religion and the status of women in India -- Millennialism and new-old roles for women in the Middle Ages: a European story, A.D. 1000 to 1450: Historical background; An overview of roles of women in the Middle ages: queens, prophets, reformers, and revolutionaries; Women of the aristocracy; The women's movement in the Middle Ages: the Beguines; Women religious in the Middle Ages; Women intellectuals and artists; Working life for women; The economic situation of women by the end of the Middle Ages
  • pt. 3. The emergence of women from the Renaissance: 1450-1900. Introduction -- Queens, reformers, and revolutionaries: From Isabel to Elizabeth: 1450-1603. The queens; Renaissance women; Religious women of the reformation and the counter-reformation; Family life, and the situation of middle- and lower-class women; Rising dissent: the 1660s. Women in England; Catholic pioneers in Europe; The Bluestockings and the Salons; Scholars and artists; The century of revolutions: the 1700s. The queens; England: philanthropy versus radicalism; Revolutions in France; Women and Salons in German lands; Women adventurers; Colonists; Scholars and artists; Family life -- Preparing the modern world: the 1800s. The revolutionaries and the workers; The activists and the middle class; The international peace movement; The women's rights movement; Adventurers; Scientists; Artists and writers; Overview: women, the family, and the world; Appendix 11-1: Occupations of women in 1841; Appendix 11-2: Employment of village children in nineteenth century England -- A historical note on the underside of the Third World. Africa; West Asia; China; Latin America; Appendix 12-1: Traditional Occupations of women in Africa
  • pt. 4. Epilogue. Prologue to the future: The twentieth century in Euro-North America; Locating the benchmarks, 1975; Creating futures; appendix 13-1: Women in national legislative bodies
Control code
1676340
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxv, 829 pages, 7 unnumbered leaves of plates
Isbn
9780891580096
Lccn
75030558
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)327632

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