Envisioning women in world history

By: Clay, CatherineContributor(s): Paul, Chandrika | Senecal, ChristineMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Explorations in world historyPublication details: New York McGraw-Hill Higher Education 2009Edition: 1st edDescription: 2 v. ill. 23 cmISBN: 0073513229; 9780073513225Subject(s): Women -- History | Lịch sử | Phụ nữ | Thế giớiDDC classification: 908.2
Contents:
v. 1. Prehistory to 1500 -- v. 2. 1500-present.
Summary: Presents a comparative survey of the early history of women from a global perspective. Each chapter, which can be read independently of the others, examines the experiences of women in one of seven civilizations typically covered in an introductory world history text: pre-agricultural societies, the Ancient Mediterranean, Gupta India/Southeast Asia, Tang/Song China, Maya and Aztec cultures, early Islam ...
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 219-226) and index.

v. 1. Prehistory to 1500 -- v. 2. 1500-present.

Presents a comparative survey of the early history of women from a global perspective. Each chapter, which can be read independently of the others, examines the experiences of women in one of seven civilizations typically covered in an introductory world history text: pre-agricultural societies, the Ancient Mediterranean, Gupta India/Southeast Asia, Tang/Song China, Maya and Aztec cultures, early Islam ...

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