Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War Women, Gender, and Postwar Reconciliation between Nations (Palgrave Macmillan Series in Transnational History) by Erika Kuhlman

Cover of: Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War | Erika Kuhlman

Published by Palgrave Macmillan .

Written in English

Read online

Subjects:

  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World,
  • Military - World War II,
  • Modern - 20th Century,
  • Social History,
  • History / Social History,
  • 20th century,
  • Germany,
  • United States,
  • Women,
  • Women and peace,
  • World War, 1914-1918

Book details

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages256
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10194783M
ISBN 100230602819
ISBN 109780230602816

Download Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War

: Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War: Women, Gender, and Postwar Reconciliation between Nations (Palgrave Macmillan Transnational History Series) (): Kuhlman, E.: BooksFormat: Hardcover. This book, the first to study women's historical involvement in postwar reconciliation, Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War Women, Gender, and Postwar Reconciliation between Nations.

Authors: Kuhlman, E. Free Preview. Buy this book eB Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War by Erika A. Kuhlman,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War Women, Gender, and Postwar Reconciliation between Nations. reconstructing nations Download reconstructing nations or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

Reconstructing Patriarchy After The Great War. Author by: E. Kuhlman Languange: en This book explores the impact of war and political crisis on the national identity of Jews, both in the multinational Habsburg monarchy and. Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War is the first book to study women's historical involvement in postwar reconciliation.

It examines the international marriages that took place during the occupation of the German Rhineland as well as the "Rhineland Horror" campaign that implicated French African soldiers in sullying German women's : Citation.

Bristow, Nancy K. "Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War: Women, Gender, and Postwar Reconciliation between Nations." American Historical Review (1): Author: Nancy K. Bristow. Reconstructing patriarchy after the Great War: women, gender, and postwar reconciliation between nations.

[Erika A Kuhlman] -- This book, the first to study women's historical involvement in postwar reconciliation, examines how patriarchy and the international relations system operated simultaneously to ensure postwar male.

Get this from a library. Reconstructing patriarchy after the Great War: women, gender, and postwar reconciliation between nations. [Erika A Kuhlman] -- "Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War is the first book to study women's historical involvement in postwar reconciliation.

It examines the international marriages that took place during the. Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War: Women, Gender, and Postwar Reconciliation between Nations.(The Palgrave Macmillan Series in Transnational Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War book New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

xiv, $Author: Nancy K. Bristow. (). Reconstructing patriarchy after the Great War: women, gender, and postwar reconciliation between nations. First World War Studies: Vol.

5, No. 2, pp. Author: Jean H. Quataert. Erika Kuhlman is the author of Of Little Comfort ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 1 review, published ), Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War (4 /5. Entdecken Sie "Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War" von E.

Kuhlman und finden Sie Ihren Buchhändler. This book, the first to study women's historical involvement in postwar reconciliation, examines how patriarchy and the international relations system operated simultaneously to ensure postwar male privilege.

Kuhlman E. () American Doughboys and German Fräuleins Securing Patriarchy and Privilege in the Occupied Rhineland. In: Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War. In: Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great : Erika Kuhlman. Erika Kuhlman (Ph.D. American Studies, Washington State University ) is an Associate Professor of History and Women Studies at Idaho State University.

She is the author of Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War (Palgrave Macmillan, ).Author: Kimberly Jensen. Gender and the Great War Susan R. Grayzel and Tammy M. Proctor. Addresses both feminine and masculine genders in examining the experiences of men and women in the war.

is the th anniversary of World War I. Offers a transnational approach and an example of how historiography works for undergraduate students. Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War: Women, Gender, and Postwar Reconciliation between Nations Article in Peace & Change 36(1) - January with 5 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Donna Alvah.

World War I left almost three million women widowed. In both Germany and France,women lost husbands to the ravages of the war. Widows in both Italy andAuthor: Nancy K.

Bristow. Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War: Women, Gender, and Postwar Reconciliation Between Nations. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, Petticoats and White Feathers: Gender Conformity, Race, the Progressive Peace Movement, and the Debate Over War, Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, A to Z of Women in World History.

New York. Of Little Comfort: War Widows, Fallen Soldiers, and the Remaking of the Nation after the Great War Her books include Petticoats and White Feathers, Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War, and Women and Transnational Activism widows and their governments in the United States and Germany to examine the ways war widows coped with Author: Erika Kuhlman.

Her books include Petticoats and White Feathers, Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War, and Women and Transnational Activism in Historical Perspective.

w that played into the cultures of mourning in their two nations: one defeated, the other victorious%(). First World War Studies. Search in: Advanced search. Submit an article. New content book review.

World War I in Africa: the forgotten conflict among the European powers. Reconstructing patriarchy after the Great War: women, gender, and postwar reconciliation between nations. She is the author of several books, including Of Little Comfort: War Widows, Fallen Soldiers, and the Remaking of the Nation after the Great War; Petticoats and White Feathers: Gender Conformity, Race, and the Progressive Peace Movement, and the Debate Over War, –; and Reconstructing Patriarchy After the Great War: Women, Gender, and.

The current #1 book in this list, "The Trigger: Hunting the Assassin Who Brought the World to War", appears to have been spammed in.

An unusually high proportion of its voters have voted it #1 in their lists and/or have only voted for a single book. She is associate professor of history at Idaho State University.

She is the author of Petticoats and White Feathers, Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War and a volume co-edited with Kimberly Jensen titled Women and Transnational Activism in Historical Perspective. She is the editor of Peace & Change: A Journal of Peace Research.

This book has sought to place the history of American foreign relations in the context of global developments.

Of course, there are many ways of understanding world history during –45, but one key theme would be globalization, or – to be more appropriate for most of these years – deglobalization and by: Review of Erika Kuhlman, Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War: Women, Gender, and Postwar Reconciliation between Nations, for Peace and Change: A Journal of Peace Research, vol.

36, no. 1 (January ):   This is the sesquicentennial of the Reconstruction era in the United States, that period after the Civil War when African Americans briefly enjoyed full civil and political rights.

African Americans—, of them—had fought in that war, which made it hard to deny them equal rights. Her book Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War: Women, Gender, and Postwar Reconciliation between Nations is published by Palgrave Macmillan ().

Her most recent article, “American Doughboys and German Fräuleins: Sexuality, Patriarchy, and Privilege in the American-Occupied Rhineland, ,” was published in the Journal of.

Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War Erika A Kuhlman This book, the first to study women's historical involvement in postwar reconciliation, examines how patriarchy and the international relations system operated simultaneously to ensure postwar male privilege.

reconstructing patriarchy after the great war Download Book Reconstructing Patriarchy After The Great War in PDF format. You can Read Online Reconstructing Patriarchy After The Great War here in PDF, EPUB, Mobi or Docx formats.

Kuhlman studies the impact of war on human societies and human history, with emphasis on the effects of war on women. In her highly acclaimed recent book, “Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War: Women, Gender, and Postwar Reconciliation,” she developed a.

Lauren K. Hall’s lead essay (and book) are both thoughtful, well-considered takes on the good that the family can do in moderating our political practice. Given the state of so much of our political theory, we can certainly use the moderation.

Political theory’s grand projects have typically been nightmares in practice, and the family has commonly been a bulwark against them. Great War Patterns Showing 1–12 of 54 results Default sorting Sort by popularity Sort by average rating Sort by latest Sort by price: low to high Sort by price: high to low.The War for Righteousness: Progressive Christianity, the Great War, and the Rise of the Messianic Nation (Wilmington, DE, ); Ambrosius, Lloyd E., Woodrow Wilson and the American Diplomatic Tradition: The Treaty Fight in Perspective (Cambridge, UK, ), 12 – Cited by: 6.

During and especially after World War I, the millions of black-clad widows on the streets of Europe’s cities were a constant reminder that war caused carnage on a vast scale. But widows were far more than just a reminder of the war’s fallen soldiers; they were literal and figurative actresses in how nations crafted their identities in the.

Patriarchy is a social system where the male holds a position of power or authority. This occurs in a society, a clan or a family. In a patriarchal system, wives and children are legally dependent on the male figure of husband and father. Great War Patterns Showing 37–48 of 54 results Default sorting Sort by popularity Sort by average rating Sort by latest Sort by price: low to high Sort by price: high to low.

Download Book Gender And The Great War in PDF format. You can Read Online Gender And The Great War here in PDF, EPUB, Mobi or Docx formats. Reconstructing Patriarchy After The Great War Author: E.

Kuhlman ISBN: In book: Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War, pp Cite this publication. In the post-Great War occupation, women helped midwife the needed social stability, in part, by Author: Erika Kuhlman. To my surprise, I loved it. After reading this series, I was fascinated by the Great War.

It encouraged me to read All Quiet on the Western Front, which made me even more interested in taking this class. Maisie Dobbs is a detective in London inten years after the end of the Great War.Women’s own preferences were frequently neglected or distorted in the search for a compromise between production and patriarchy.

However, the enduring practices of paying women less and treating them as an inferior category of workers led to growth in the numbers and proportions of women employed after the war in many areas of work.

Patriarchy is a system of male dominance, rooted in the ethos of war which legitimates violence, sanctified by religious symbols, in which men dominate women through the control of female sexuality, with the intent of passing property to male heirs, and in which men who are heroes of war are told to kill men, and are permitted to rape women, to seize land and treasures, to exploit resources.

58679 views Wednesday, December 2, 2020