Women's Untold Stories : Breaking Silence, Talking Back, Voicing Complexity


Women's Untold Stories : Breaking Silence, Talking Back, Voicing Complexity

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 282 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415922067
  • DDC分類 305.420973

Full Description

First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    vii
Introduction ix
Mary Romero
Abigail J. Stewart
Breaking Silence
``The Only Black Woman Walking the Face of 3 (17)
the Earth Who Cannot Have a Baby'': Two
Women's Stories
Rosario Ceballo
``Kind of Neanderthal'' or ``Perfectly 20 (17)
Normal'': Giving Birth at Home
Karin A. Martin
Lisa Kane Low
``An Unbelievable Kind of Thing'': A Mother's 37 (16)
Response to the Disclosure of Incest
Lora Bex Lempert
Life on the Home Front: Housewives' 53 (18)
Experiences of World War II
Janet E. Malley
Expanding the Internment Narrative: Multiple 71 (12)
Layers of Japanese American Women's
Donna K. Nagata
Cross-border Existence: One Woman's Migration 83 (22)
Aida Hurtado
Talking Back
Skirting the Gender Normal Divide: A Tomboy 105(20)
Life Story
PJ McGann
Climbing out of the Pit: From the Black 125(17)
Middle Class to Homeless and (Almost) Back
Sandra Schwartz Tangri
Joan Mechelle Browne
One of the Family, or Just the Mexican Maid's 142(17)
Daughter?: Belonging, Identity, and Social
Mary Romero
Millie's Story: Motherhood, Heroin, and 159(15)
Marixsa Alicea
Jennifer Friedman
``How Would You Write about That?'': 174(21)
Identity, Language, and Knowledge in the
Narratives of Two Navajo Women
Amy Schulz
Faye Knoki
Ursula Knoki-Wilson
Voicing Complexity
``I've Got to Try to Make a Difference'': A 195(17)
White Woman in the Civil Rights Movement
Abigail J. Stewart
A Continuing Commitment to Social Change: 212(15)
Portraits of Activism throughout Adulthood
Joan M. Ostrove
``In My Heart I Will Always Be Hmong'': One 227(16)
Hmong American Woman's Pioneering Journey
toward Activism
Thaomee Xiong
Beverly Daniel Tatum
Inventing a Labor of Love: Scholarship as a 243(13)
Woman's Work
Anna Neumann
Berta's Story: Journey from Sweatshop to 256(15)
Maria A. Gutierrez Soldatenko
Contributors 271(6)
Index 277