The ambiguity of Judges 11:29–40 is widely highlighted by feminist and non-feminist commentators alike,115 and this has ... values: loyalty to God, military victory, sacrifice for the nation, pious daughters submitting to their fathers.
Author: Johanna Stiebert
Publisher: Oxford University Press
This book provides the fullest examination of father-daughter depictions in the Hebrew Bible to date. While father-son depictions are more prominent, there none the less exists a broad spectrum of metaphors, myths, legal texts and narrative accounts featuring daughters alongside fathers. When this full range is taken into account, instead of - like many preceding approaches, which have looked at more lurid examples (like the narrative of Jephthah's sacrifice ofhis daughter, or Lot's incest with his daughters) in isolation - it emerges that the daughter is depicted also in very affectionate terms. The daughter is not invisible in the Hebrew Bible: she emerges as integral part of the family and, occasionally at least, as the most cherished and the mostdeserving of her father's protection.
15 On another coastline and in a different American subculture, Cortez was born in Arizona but grew up mostly in the Watts district of Los Angeles, the daughter of a career military father and a mother who would work as a secretary as ...
Author: Laura Hinton
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Literary Criticism
One a lyric "confessional" poet and essayist, the other a jazz "spoken-word" performance artist, Adrienne Rich and Jayne Cortez were American feminist superheroes who produced extensive bodies of poetic work that reveal strangely overlapping visions, but in radically different voices and poetic styles. This book reconsiders the poetry activism of Cortez and Rich side-by-side, engaging poetics theory, cultural studies, and popular media in its literary analyses. A collection of eight integrated chapters by multiple poetry critics, as well as an artist-statement narrative by Wonder Woman sculptor Linda Stein, the book focuses upon the voice of bravado, the various calls for global justice, and Third Wave feminist "intersectional" critiques all embodied within these two women's poetic texts. The book also examines the twentieth-century figure of the American superhero, particularly Wonder Woman, bringing popular-culture studies into conversation with literary criticism, as well as visual art through the inclusion of Stein's commentary and illustrations. This beautiful and compelling book experiments with the festschrift concept by inviting multiple and competing disciplinary views on U.S. feminist poetics, women's art and aesthetics, racial and sexual identities, as well as politics and performance—all in tribute to the power of poetry by Cortez and Rich.
How Fathers Can Give their Daughters a Better, Brighter, Fairer Future Michelle Travis ... Chris Marvin, “Commentary: Draft Our Daughters,” Military Times, December 27, 2015. Alana Moceri, “Ivanka Trump Is an Anti-Feminist in Feminist ...
Author: Michelle Travis
Publisher: Mango Media Inc.
Category: Family & Relationships
Build a More Equitable World for Your Daughter Today's dads are raising confident, empowered daughters who believe they can achieve anything. But the world is still profoundly unequal, with workplaces built by men, a massive gender pay gap, and deeply-ingrained gender stereotypes. Dads For Daughters: How Fathers Can Give their Daughters a Better, Brighter, Fairer Future offers fathers guidance for building a more equal world for their daughters. Invest in Your Daughter's Future. Inspired by their daughters, dads are uniquely positioned to become powerful allies for girls and women. That's where Dads For Daughters can help. With this book, you'll find: • Concrete strategies for creating a better tomorrow for the girls and women in your life • Inspiring stories from dads of daughters who are already having an impact • Resources for becoming a stronger male ally in your workplace and community • Advice for engaging other men in gender equality efforts Lean In for Dads. There are so many ways that dads of daughters can make a difference - from mentoring women to equalizing pay, from sports fields to science labs, from building empathy to combating gender bias, from boardrooms to ballot boxes. With every small step, dads have the power to make incredible change to level the playing field for our next generation of girls. Dads For Daughters also offers women a guide for recruiting men into action. Together, we can give all of our daughters a happier, more successful future.
Children may differ from their parents in superficial ways—in consumer habits, hair and clothing styles, ... government and military officials were targets for anger psychologically displaced from the dissidents' fathers.
Author: Alice S. Rossi
Category: Political Science
Feminists in Politics: A Panel Analysis of the First National Women's Conference provides a systematic study of the impact of the National Women’s Conference held in Houston, Texas, in November 1977, on the participants. It traces the past political activities of the conference participants; what they actually did during the conference; the impact of the conference on their commitment to political action in the future; and their aspirations for holding elected office in American politics or in organizations associated with the feminist movement. The volume begins by placing the IWY Commission and the study of the conference in the context of feminist history—both the long-term history that reaches back to Seneca Falls in 1848 and the short-term history of more recent post-1965 political developments. Subsequent chapters deal with design, variable measurement, and response pattern analysis; political organization and group formation; the differences between Pro-Plan and Anti-Plan activists at the conference; and the past political development of the delegates and their political aspirations. This impact analysis will be of interest to political scientists and sociologists, as well as to political activists concerned with the efficacy of alternative action strategies.
Fathers worried about morality, but daughters wanted the military life and the war held Sway. In the end one father, a career army officer, ... When the nurses volunteered for the war, the current feminist movement was just beginning.
Author: Elizabeth Norman
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
Norman tells the dramatic story of fifty women—members of the Army, Navy, and Air Force Nurse Corps—who went to war, working in military hospitals, aboard ships, and with air evacuation squadrons during the Vietnam War. Here, in a moving narrative, the women talk about why they went to war, the experiences they had while they were there, and how war affected them physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
British Author and Feminist 1759—1797 ... Her father, abusive and alcoholic, did not prosper as a farmer. ... 1784 Wollstonecraft opens l girls' school French Revolution 1?39 Wollstonecraft pub» begins lishes A Vindication oft/Jr Rights ...
Author: David W. Del Testa
Category: Political Science
In each volume, an introductory essay outlines of history of the disciplines under discussion, and describes how changes and innovations in these disciplines have affected our lives. The biographies that follow are organized in an A-Z format: each biography is divided into a "life" section describing the individual's life and influences and a "legacy" section summarizing the impact of that individual's work throughout history. These biographies cover a diverse group of men and women from around the globe and throughout history. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Mao Tse-tung and Genghis Khan are among the 200 well-known historical figures included in this volume. Examples of other lesser-known, yet important, individuals covered in this work are: Gustavas Adolphus, Swedish empire creator; Hatshepsut, queen of ancient Egyptian dynasty; and Jean Jaurès, French socialist leader and pacifist. Each synopsis provides information on each individual's enduring impact on the common understanding of fundamental themes of human existence.
The French army follows this pitiable woman out of a sense ofdutyand compassion; theyhave no realcommitment to invade Britain other than to respond totheir king's command. Cordelia asks whether medicinals can help her ailing father.
Author: L. Kordecki
Category: Literary Criticism
King Lear is believed by many feminists to be irretrievably sexist. Through detailed line readings supported by a wealth of critical commentary, Re-Visioning Lear s Daughters reconceives Goneril, Regan, and Cordelia as full characters, not stereotypes of good and evil. These new feminist interpretations are tested with specific renderings, placing the reader in precise theatrical moments. Through multiple representations, this unique approach demonstrates the elasticity of Shakespeare s text.
Her personal trajectory into feminist activism also includes a father working in the military. Only her experience was radically different as her father is Kurdish: I am the daughter of a driver who was working for the Turkish military.
Author: Nikos Christofis
Category: Political Science
This book focuses on the AKP government since 2002 during which time the state’s approach to the Kurdish Question has undergone several changes. Examining what preceded and followed the failed putsch of 2016, it explains and critiques that situates the Kurdish Question in its broader context. It stands out with the main objective to avoid any ‘policy-oriented bias’ through an interdisciplinary and multi-thematic approach. The volume discusses the state and policies in the Kurdish region of Turkey, as well as counter-hegemonic discourses that seek to reform existing institutions. Some chapters focus on the domestic aspects and gender perspectives of the Kurdish Question in Turkey, which focus has been taken over by recent developments in Syria and the Middle East in general. Other chapters include a range of new aspects of Turkish society and politics, and the international aspects of Ankara’s policies and its implications not only inside Turkey but also internationally. Taking both domestic and foreign policy aspects into account, the book offers a set of innovative explanations for the state of crisis in Turkey and a solid basis for thinking about the likely path forward. Scholars, researchers and post-graduates, interested in political theory, Kurdish and Middle East politics will find this book invaluable.
In 1903 she gave birth to a daughter, Bathna, and in 1905 to a son, Muhammad. For the next several years Huda Sha‹rawi ... 26 Nabawiyah saw her father only “in dreams,” as he had died on a military mission to Sudan before she was born.
Author: Margot Badran
Publisher: Princeton University Press
The emergence and evolution of Egyptian feminism is an integral, but previously untold, part of the history of modern Egypt. Drawing upon a wide range of women's sources--memoirs, letters, essays, journalistic articles, fiction, treatises, and extensive oral histories--Margot Badran shows how Egyptian women assumed agency and in so doing subverted and refigured the conventional patriarchal order. Unsettling a common claim that "feminism is Western" and dismantling the alleged opposition between feminism and Islam, the book demonstrates how the Egyptian feminist movement in the first half of this century both advanced the nationalist cause and worked within the parameters of Islam.
Fonte argues that “if, when father has a daughter, he should put her with his son to ... however deep or delicate the endeavor—whether he should train them in military exercises, or set them both to learning the liberal arts.
Author: Sarah Gwyneth Ross
Publisher: Harvard University Press
In this illuminating work, surveying 300 years and two nations, Sarah Gwyneth Ross demonstrates how the expanding ranks of learned women in the Renaissance era presented the first significant challenge to the traditional definition of "woman" in the West. An experiment in collective biography and intellectual history, The Birth of Feminism demonstrates that because of their education, these women laid the foundation for the emancipation of womankind.
In Livesay's “Lament,” it is clear that the daughter capitulates the power of her gaze to the father's mastery of worldly ... and occasionally critical, and the military context lends the daughter's gaze a certain frisson of taboo; ...
Author: Tanis MacDonald
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
Category: Literary Criticism
The Daughter’s Way investigates negotiations of female subjectivity in twentieth-century Canadian women’s elegies with a special emphasis on the father’s death as a literary and political watershed. The book examines the work of Dorothy Livesay, P.K. Page, Jay Macpherson, Margaret Atwood, Kristjana Gunnars, Lola Lemire Tostevin, Anne Carson, and Erin Mouré as elegiac daughteronomies—literary artifacts of mourning that grow from the poets’ investigation into the function and limitations of elegiac convention. Some poets treat the father as a metaphor for socio-political power, while others explore more personal iterations of loss, but all the poets in The Daughter’s Way seek to redefine daughterly duty in a contemporary context by challenging elegiac tradition through questions of genre and gender. Beginning with psychoanalytical theories of filiation, inheritance, and mourning as they are complicated by feminist challenges to theories of kinship and citizenship, The Daughter’s Way debates the efficacy of the literary “work of mourning” in twentieth-century Canadian poetry. By investigating the way a daughter’s filial piety performs and sometimes reconfigures such work, and situating melancholia as a creative force in women’s elegies, the book considers how elegies inquire into the rhetoric of mourning as it is complicated by father-daughter kinship.
Her narrative fragments cast back to a father's and grandfather's military service in various US wars and a daughter's effort to rethink the psychic and political costs. Like Shaw's piece, though on a different terrain, Indian Blood is ...
Author: Elin Diamond
Category: Performing Arts
In Unmaking Mimesis Elin Diamond interrogates the concept of mimesis in relation to feminism, theatre and performance. She combines psychoanalytic, semiotic and materialist strategies with readings of selected plays by writers as diverse as Ibsen, Brecht, Aphra Behn, Caryl Churchill and Peggy Shaw. Through a series of provocative readings of theatre, theory and feminist performance she demonstrates the continuing force of feminism and mimesis in critical thinking today. Unmaking Mimesis will interest theatre scholars and performance and cultural theorists, for all of whom issues of text, representation and embodiment are of compelling concern.
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Author: Ursula Kilkelly
The articles in this volume shed light on some of the major tensions in the field of childrens rights (such as the ways in which childrens best interests and respect for their autonomy can be reconciled), challenges (such as how the CRC can be made a reality in the lives of children in the face of ignorance, apathy or outright opposition) and critiques (whether childrens rights are a Western imposition or a successful global consensus). Along the way, the writing covers a myriad of issues, encompassing the opposition to the CRC in the US; gay parenting: Dr Seusss take on childrens autonomy; the voice of neonates on their health care; the role of NGO in supporting child labourers in India, and young people in detention and more.
The secrets and stories of military service from the final few women who fought in World War II Tessa Dunlop ... her parents' reluctance to relinquish their daughter into the war was about to be overruled by a power greater than their ...
Author: Tessa Dunlop
Publisher: Hachette UK
Army Girls is the intimate story of the final few women who served in World War II and are still alive to tell their tale. They were female soldiers in a war Britain wanted to fight without conscripting women. It was a vain hope, by December 1941 for the first time in British history women were called up and a generation of girls came of age in khaki, serving king and country. Barbara trained to drive army-style in giant trucks and Grace swapped her servant's pinafore for battledress and a steel hat, Martha turned down officer status for action on a gun-site and Olivia won the Croix de Guerre in France. Commemorating the 80th anniversary of conscription for women, Army Girls captures remarkable stories from the last surviving veterans who served in Britain's female army and brings to life a pivotal moment in British history. Precious memories and letters are entwined in a rich narrative that travels back in time and sheds new light on being young, female and at war. Uniquely this moving Second World War memoir is embedded in the present day. Written in the midst of a global pandemic, the parallels and paradoxes between two very different national crises are explored in a book that honours the women who fought on in extreme youth and now once more in great old age.
The contradictions exposed through the crises in the military reveal as much about the ideological foundations of ... and strategies used by both technophobic and technophilic feminists , by DAUGHTERS IN THEIR FATHERS ' MILITARY IOI.
Author: Carol A. Stabile
Category: Feminist theory.
The quantum leaps in technology in the twentieth century have provoked a profound shift in the way we think about our bodies. Genetic engineering, reproductive technology, the advent of virtual reality all fundamentally affect basic categories of 'self' and 'gender'. The future can look bright or apocalyptic, depending on where you stand - and, crucially, who is selling that vision to you. Carol A. Stabile argues that the two traditional responses of technophobia or technomania are simply inadequate for the choices facing us today. She charts the development of these two responses across a wide cultural terrain: from ecofeminism's uncritical celebration of women and nature to foetal imaging, struggles over women and the military, and the advent of cyborg politics.
... her people, and her father's military honor. Finally, Taylor suggests that Adelia Graves's 867 play “Jephthah's Daughter” ought to be seen as protofeminist because it invents a wise and loving mother figure named Telah where none ...
Author: Nancy Calvert-Koyzis
Publisher: Society of Biblical Lit
Category: Literary Criticism
Until recently, the voices of women who interpreted the Bible prior to the feminism of the late twentieth century had been largely forgotten. However, the current recovery of these womens interpretive works reveals writings that seem strangely familiar in their anticipation of later feminist approaches to the biblical text and their thematic interest in liberation. In this volume, the contributions of seventeenth- to nineteenth-century womenincluding Arcangela Tarabotti, Aemelia Lanyer, and Josephine Butlerare addressed in their historical and cultural contexts. Each of these recovered authors worked to liberate women from interpretations of the Bible that proved oppressive to them. Leading feminist biblical scholars assess the works of these forerunners, or protofeminists, in light of contemporary feminist approaches, and the collection as a whole illustrates the significance of these neglected works for reception history, biblical studies, and womens studies.The contributors include Nancy Calvert-Koyzis and Heather E. Weir, Amanda W. Benckhuysen, Robert Knetsch, J. Cheryl Exum, Marion Ann Taylor, Joy A. Schroeder, Esther Fuchs, Christiana de Groot, Caroline Blyth, Philippa Carter, Beth Bidlack, Pamela J. Walker, Sandra Hack Polaski, J. Ramsey Michaels, Ben Witherington III, Hilary Elder, Agnes Choi, Barry Huff, and Pauline Nigh Hogan.
Release on 1981 | by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services. Subcommittee on Military Personnel
And it would be obviously impossible for the armed services to discharge every man who fathers a baby . ... military will ever be able to cope with the problems and demands raised by the feminists until you realize that the feminists ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services. Subcommittee on Military Personnel
I initially felt confident because she was a woman and all of my feminist sensibilities and research said that women were more knowledgeable about breast cancer and would be more attentive to prosecuting wrongs than a man.
Author: Leonard Harris
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This is a fascinating and instructive look at a father and daughter's relationship and the emotional strategies the family used while confronting a double mastectomy, chemotherapy and radiation treatments. The story is told through edited entries from a journal maintained by the father, poetry written by the daughter, and discussions of how to manage a family while confronting the uncertainty created by breast cancer.
She was disturbed by watching her dad carry boxes from the house to the car, one after the other—the march of her family ... In addition to guilt, the psychologist and feminist author Robin Stern argues, many fathers had little aptitude ...
Author: Courtney E. Martin
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Family & Relationships
Based on extensive research and in-depth interviews with women from various socio-economic backgrounds, Perfect Girls, Starving Daughters lays bare a stark new world culture of eating disorders, food and body issues that affect virtually all of today's women. Though eating disorders first came to be recognised about 25 years ago, Martin's book shows how the issues surrounding body image have only become more complex, more dangerous and more difficult to treat. The current 'epidemic' of obesity is simply the flip side of the same coin. Drawing from interviews with sufferers, psychologists, nutritionists, and other experts, Courtney Martin's book reveals a whole new generation of 'perfect girls' who have been conditioned from a young age to over-achieve, self-sacrifice, and hate their own bodies - this, despite being raised by a generation of mothers well-versed in the lessons of feminism. Filled with vivid and often heartbreaking personal stories, Perfect Girls, Starving Daughters is both a shocking expos and call to arms, offering hope for a new beginning, one young girl at a time.
Feminist Revolution, published by Redstockings in 1975 and by Random House in 1978.54 She also served as the founding ... to protest the expectation that children would always take their father's or husband's last name.56 Kathie married ...
Author: Breanne Fahs
Publisher: University of Washington Press
Category: Social Science
Unapologetic, troublemaking, agitating, revolutionary, and hot-headed: radical feminism bravely transformed the history of politics, love, sexuality, and science. In Firebrand Feminism, Breanne Fahs brings together ten years of dialogue with four founders of the radical feminist movement: Ti-Grace Atkinson, Kathie Sarachild, Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, and Dana Densmore. Taking aim at the selfishness of the right and the incremental politics of the liberal left, they defiantly and fiercely created a new kind of feminism in the late 1960s.� Firebrand Feminism provides a timely and historically rich account of these audacious women and the lasting impact of their words and work. This unique and provocative book unites second- and third-wave feminism and creates a much-needed intergenerational dialogue about the utility of feminist rage, the importance of refusal, the changing politics of sex and love, trans rights, and tactics to start (and continue) a revolution.