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Different Voices: Women in United States History
Third Edition
by Emily M. Teipe
ISBN: 978-1-56226-682-0

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Different Voices: Women in United States History, Third Edition is available in the standard text form or in E-book format. It is a comprehensive textbook for the study of Women's History; written in an engaging narrative style. Different Voices offers insightful detail of topics not covered in other Women's History books such as: the women of New Spain, the Latina Feministas Movement, women in religious vocations and women's socialization and culture in Victorian America. This text presents a wide range of ethnic diversity including women of African, Asian, Native American and Latina heritage. Of particular interest, are chapters which feature medical practices which affected women's health and the bold innovations in medicine which contributed to contemporary concepts about the female body. Formatted as a student text, it is the first of its kind in American Women's History with a multidimensional and multicultural approach. Different Voices includes some of the following features:

  • Primary sources such as diaries, letters, and legal documents,
  • Chapter outlines, maps, chronologies and concise clear footnote definitions
  • Appended historical documents
  • Vignettes of women who made a significant contribution to American Life
  • A chapter by chapter discourse on historical theory
  • Over 100 photographs and illustrations
  • An extensive thematic bibliography of references
  • Ancillary materials such as a study guide, test bank and power point presentations

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 thirity 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.”

Endorsements
In my sixteen years of teaching women’s history, I have used and screened many textbooks. I find Dr. Teipe’s Different Voices, Women in United States History, one of the best. It is comprehensive, insightful, teachable, lively, cogent and well-organized. My students find the style engaging.

Brenda Farrington
Chapman University

Different Voices, Women in United States History  is the book I have been waiting for during my thirty years as a college teacher of U.S. Women’s History. Finally, Professor Teipe has produced a comprehensive, multicultural survey text comparable in depth, detail, readability and graphic features to books long available in introductory U.S. and European history courses. The author’s narrative style is crystal clear and engaging, her analysis and interpretations intellectually challenging, and her scholarship thorough and rigorous. What is especially satisfying is the author’s inclusion of topics either absent or treated briefly in other works. The extensive material on Latinas is especially welcome. Having used dozens of books over the years, I am excited to have a text at last that meets my instructional goals.

Mary Lee Sargent
Parkland College


I have been collecting and reading Women’s Studies books for over thirty years; in that time women’s bookstores have disappeared and the general bookstores’ women shelves are shrinking. My heartfelt concern is that women’s advances will be lost because the battles and hard won victories will be forgotten. Emily Teipe’s Different Voices, Women in United States History, guarantees that will not happen. Her intelligent, comprehensive and accessible presentation of the history of American women joins with the shields of Flexner and Rosen to safeguard the achievements of American women over the last 200 years. It has to be recognized, placed in every library, required in college curriculum and honored as its own force. Emily gives us courage to face our future, armed with our past.

Zoe Ann Nicholson
The Hungry Heart, A Woman’s Fast for Justice

Different Voices: Women in United States History pursues an array of fascinating topics ranging from the trials of indigenous and immigrant women in the colony of New Spain to the struggles of the women’s movement and the third wave of feminism in the twentieth century. Different Voices is an illuminating book about a critical subject that takes an evocative look at the ways in which women have transformed their lives through time in context of a seldom-accommodating, male-oriented society. Comprehensive in content and lucid in style, Different Voices is an inviting and effective classroom resource for any course in women's history.

Danielle Alexander
Napa Valley College


"With her book Different Voices, Professor Emily Teipe offers students and enthusiasts of Women's History remarkable insights into the life experiences of American women.  It is a history book yes, but it is also a collection of treasures and gems.  Within its pages we discover stories of women that we have never before heard of and develop a deeper understanding of those who we thought we knew well!  This thorough book, so carefully researched, will forever change the way that its readers view the historical narrative of the United States."

Sharon Salinger
University of California, Irvine 

Emily Teipe’s Different Voices is an engaging and comprehensive general text on women in American history. Adroitly blending compelling stories of individuals within the larger mosaic of the nation’s history, the book thoughtfully reveals the hidden narrative often overlooked in other works. The fast paced and easily accessible text serves as an excellent jumping off point for class discussions and further research projects. The book is an excellent choice as the principle text in a course on women’s history, or as an accompaniment to a general course in US history.

Vanessa Gunther
California State University

This enlightening book inspires and educates. It is a must read for students of Women’s History and Women’s Studies as well the general reading public.

Julie A. Davey
Writing for Wellness

In Different Voices, Women in United States History, Professor Emily Teipe has produced a comprehensive, scholarly, and incisive study of women's efforts to structure a decisive place for themselves in the American System. It emphasizes both the struggles and the triumphs of enlightened and persistent females who refused to hear the ever reverberating NO. That the steady improvement of women’s opportunities is positive is a given. That these changes benefit all society is a case well made. Different Voices is a gift and significant addition to Women's History and Women’s Studies courses.

Claudia P. Pineo
Professor Emeritus

"With her book Different Voices, Professor Emily Teipe offers students and enthusiasts of Women's History remarkable insights into the life experiences of American women.  It is a history book yes, but it is also a collection of treasures and gems.  Within its pages we discover stories of women that we have never before heard of and develop a deeper understanding of those who we thought we knew well!  This thorough book, so carefully researched, will forever change the way that its readers view the historical narrative of the United States."

Barbara A. Weightman
Professor Emeritus

The latest book by Professor Emily Teipe, Different Voices, Women in United States History, is a comprehensive and compelling survey of the important and often overlooked contributions of women throughout American history. The crucial role played by women from different social and ethnic backgrounds is carefully researched and presented in a context that sheds new light on the centrality of women in the development of American culture. Professor Teipe’s study is a must read for all students interested in a better understanding of how women have helped shape the course of our nation’s history.

Carmen Decker
Professor Emertia


Different Voices is a thoroughly researched history text that should set the standard for those who want their message read and remembered. Dr. Teipe is one of those rare scholars who loves learners as much as she loves learning. The format of Different Voices demands the readers attention and retention. Perhaps this is the best time for this history to emerge; I wish I'd learned its content years ago

Maryruth Nivens
Professor Emerita

We welcome Different Voices: Women in United States History; this is an accessible introductory textbook that highlights the economic and cultural diversity of women's experiences. Emily Teipe's examination of social movements over time creates a fascinating narrative for beginning students, as well as for readers familiar with the history of American women. Her use of primary source material such as letters, speeches, and photographs illuminates women's accomplishments and challenges. The volume also includes within each chapter new dimensions to the topics covered: "Clio's Corner" engages in a discussion of research and theory on a particular historical topic, while "Mothers of Invention" showcases unique American women. These sections encourage readers to think critically about the nature of history and women's role in shaping the past. As a survey textbook, Different Voices is comprehensive and engaging; Professor Teipe's sense of the issues and events that speak to an introductory college audience, is excellent, and thus this volume is a very good choice for use in a survey course on women in American history.

Lisa Saywell
University of Wisconsin-Madison

What Students are saying

Rich in multicultural perspective, research, and historical detail, Different Voices, places women at the forefront of American History. It is a must-read for people from all backgrounds, identities and political persuasions. In a world where women are often marginalized or absent from American history, Different Voices is inspiring and invaluable as a bridge of understanding. Reading Different Voices for me, as a student was transformative. It impressed upon me a narrative that I hope to re-tell through art, film, and music. Professor Teipe’s enthusiasm and dedication was incredibly empowering, and came through in her writing. Strange to say about a textbook, but this is one that I will be picking up time and time again for a re-read.

Kayla Briët
Former student, filmmaker, and composer

Different Voices, Women in United States History took me back to many critical events in American History which I have studied before but with the added bonus of including women. Dr Teipe’s narration vividly describes life stories of remarkable women who are inspiring to me. This textbook was not only engaging and enjoyable but also I have to say, positively the best read of my college career. It is chocked- full of historical information that will keep you on your toes, as well as well-prepared and well-informed in your U.S. women’s history or women’s studies course. This is a textbook I will hold onto and I recommend it to fellow students.

Christina
Whittier, California

Well, I never thought I would say this about a history textbook but Professor Teipe’s book, DifferentVoices, Women in United States History, is a good read even when you are required to read it cover to cover. It brings to light the lives of women in American History from the time of the New World exploration and settlement through most of the Twentieth Century.  History has never been my favorite subject (or reading history books either) but I thoroughly enjoyed this one. It includes things like the rise of department stores, women’s health problems and the development of modern medicine.  Courtship and dating practices in Colonial and Victorian American made my ancestors real to me. Finding topics I have not come across in other U.S. History books, made for interesting reading and I learned so much about American History.  

Scott Hilliard

Thankfully, Emily Teipe’s,  Different Voices, Women in United States History acquaints readers with the battles and hardships women have endured and brings audiences descriptions of amazing women who became a force to be reckoned with.  Part IV, Women in the Gilded Age is probably my favorite section so far. It describes what women were up against and how they persevered while obeying all the rules and regulations laid on them.  The only thing better than reading the book is taking the women’s history course; her lectures are lively, vivid, and informative and she has a great sense of humor.

Vannia Rodriquez

Within Different Voices, Women in United States History, are stories of the many women who fought for their emancipation. I especially enjoyed the chapters on Victorian culture and the late nineteenth century when Americans witnessed many events and great gains for women as well as changes in government, in  local communities and the ladies domain of childbirth and motherhood, fashion, and the home. Reading this book and studying women’s history filled in some big gaps to understanding America’s story. 

Hannah Dunlop

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The Study Guide to Accompany: Different Voices: Women in United States History
Third Edition
by Emily M. Teipe
ISBN: 978-1-56226-683-7

This new and revised edition of the study guide is geared to the first year college student taking their first history class. However, the particular methods, explanations and approaches to the study of women’s history are helpful for students of all levels and abilities. In addition, these pedagogical aids are adaptable to other college courses The introductory portion addresses specific needs and concerns including how to’s and helpful hints for effective study and examination preparation. The study guide offers students a chapter by chapter summary for each of the twenty-five chapters as well as key dates, main ideas, and important people. In each of the seven units there are sample multiple choice, true-false, matching or fill in the blank practice questions. To prepare for essay exams the guide features a writing practicum, suggested essay exam topics as well as how to write short essays or historical identification paragraphs of topical terms and people to identify. This study guide is also suitable as a tutorial or special project for students to turn in.

 

 

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