I'm working on creating an elective for advanced high school students on the international history of feminism. I haven't quite fastened on the shape of the course yet although my bent is to ground whatever I do in material history (although there would be a theoretical component). My students are intellectually sophisticated but as the course would meet daily and students are taking on average 8 other advanced classes, I can't demand too much reading (as in monographs). I'm looking for teachable articles--either stand-alone or in collections--but am willing to entertain other readings (book chapters, blogs, etc.). My own book, Daughters of 1968: Redefining Feminism and the Women's Liberation Movement came out in 2019 so I'm good on France in the second half of the 20th c. but I would be grateful for any and all suggestions.
Thank you in advance for any help you can give.
Best, Lisa G.