Rachel Jackson
Women's Studies

New Book:"Women on War"

"Women on War: An International Anthology of Writings from Antiquity to the Present," edited and with an introduction by Daniela Gioseffi, Published by the Feminist Press at CUNY, 2nd edition, 2003
ISBN 1-55861-409-5 , $19.95 paperback, 400 pages

More than 110 selections from around the world -- Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, Ghana to Russia, Cuba to the Philippines, Guatamala to Bulgaria -- and mostly from the 19th and 20th centuries, though ranging back to a Sumerian lament c. 2300 B.C.E., a 7th century B.C.E. Greek lyric, and a 3rd century Chinese poem, these short works are essays, short stories, and excerpts from longer works on war, peace, veterans, revolution, protest. The works are presented in 3 sections: Prophecies and Warnings, Violence and Mourning, and Courage and Resistance. Please order from the publisher:

Feminist Press at CUNY, http://www.feministpress.org >


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