A Feminist Primer -
Readings for Woman's Studies
by Emily M. Teipe
A Feminist Primer, readings in Women's Studies, First Edition takes an interdisciplinary, multicultural approach to women, feminism and gender. This student-centered text features a library of topics within literature, history, political science, and various types of reading such as biography, and primary documents. It contains a comprehensive overview of the women’s movement and theories of feminism. Pedagogical features- the reader includes a comprehensive glossary, key terms and concepts, and annotated bibliographies for follow up reading and further research. The Feminist Primer serves as a stand-alone text for a women’s studies or women’s history course or it can be used as a supplementary reading. A Feminist Primer has eight chapters, illustrations, glossary and concepts and terms throughout the 218 pages.
About the Author
Emily Teipe was born in Baltimore, Maryland and attended the Eastern High School for Females. She received her B.A. and M.A. degrees from California State University, Fullerton and her Ph.D. from University of California, Riverside. She is professor of History and Women’s Studies at Fullerton College where she has taught for twenty-three years. In 2010 she received the Teacher of the Year Award from the student body. Some of her other publications include- America’s First Veterans and the Revolutionary War Pensions; A Woman’s Journal, Reading and Writing on Themes in Women’s Studies;“Will the Real Molly Pitcher Please Stand Up?” Prologue, the National Archives: “The Brandeis Brief”; “The British Stamp Tax”, and “The Pennsylvania Society for the Abolition of Slavery 1775.”
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