Historians do Culture

1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 Historians do culture traces the emergence of “women’s culture” in scholarly writings.   While the earliest discussion of culture occurred in the women’s liberation movement, they  often involved women who went on to become academic historians.  These publications appeared in  movement periodicals, such as Radical America and women’s movement periodicals like Women: A Journal of Liberation, before there were  journals of women’s studies.  Finally, the  Journal of Women’s History, which debuted in 1989, carried on the debate around the relationship between gender, power, agency and history.


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