An examination of the life of Japanese women, before, during, and after their internment in the American internment camps that were established during World War II.
An examination of the effect of religious edicts on the progress of feminism.
This paper discusses Queen Victoria (1819-1910), one of the most dynamic and highly focused monarchs to ever ascend the British throne.
This paper traces the traditional role of women amd the image of the stereotyped woman and contends that the entry of women into politics was related to their emancipation from restrictive traditional roles.
A discussion on prostitution as a societal institution and its injurious effect on women.
A discussion on how the political and theoretical work of French feminists has been much misunderstood owing to the reader’s failure to distinguish between their use of the terms feminine, woman and women.
Discussion of the economic, sexual, and social conditions of working class women in New York prior to 1860.
Discusses the possible threat multiculturism may have on women’s rights and gender equality.
Discusses the way in which misogyny manifests itselfs in forms of violence against women.
The fantasy and reality behind today’s most prevalent cultural icon.