Deans Of Women And The Feminist Movement: Emily Taylor'S Activism (Historical Studies In Education)
- Publish Date: 2015-12-04
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: K. Sartorius
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This book explores how deans of women actively fostered feminism in the mid-twentieth century through a study of the career of Dr. Emily Taylor, the University of Kansas dean of women from 1956-1974. Sartorius links feminist activism by deans of women with labor activism, the New Left movement, and the later rise of women's studies as a discipline.
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