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Re: Readings for International History of Feminism Course

For relatively short political and cultural readings on the history of feminist ideas internationally, c. 15th -21st centuries, I collected the most useful documents from years of teaching my feminist studies: THE ESSENTIAL FEMINIST READER (Modern Library), ed. Estelle Freedman https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/56020/the-essential-feminist-re....

Re: Readings for International History of Feminism Course

Dear Lisa,
Sounds like a great class. And, thanks for the book rec.
Colleagues and I are prepping a similar class so, if you're interested in sharing, cwaldron2@udayton.edu

Here are three:
Judy Tzu-Chun Wu, Radicals on the Road Internationalism, Orientalism, and Feminism during the Vietnam Era(Cornell University Press, 2013 (Excerpts)

Joann Meyerowitz, "Transnational sex and Us History," Journal of American History(Vol 114, No. 5 2009): 1273-1286