Women and gender

Women and Gener in the New South, 1865 - 1945 book coverElizabeth Hayes Turner, associate professor of history, chronicles the history of Southern women as they weathered and shaped political and social climates in her new book, Women and Gender in the New South, 1865-1945 (Harlan Davidson Inc.). In this volume in the publisher’s American History Series, she uses gender analysis and race and class studies to trace women’s history from the Civil War to World War II.

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