The Edwardian Period Experienced A Particularly Vibrant Periodical Culture, With Phenomenal Growth In The Numbers Of Titles Published That Were Either Aimed Specifically At Women, Or Else Saw Women As A Key Section Of Their Readership Or Contributor Group It Was An Era Of Political Ferment In Which A Number Of Progressive Traditions Were Formulated, Shaped Or Abandoned, Including Socialism, Feminism, Modernism, Empire Politics, Trade Unionism And Welfarism.Organized Around Some Of The Central Themes Of Political Thought And Utopian Thinking, This Impressive Collection Gathers Together Classic Articles From Key Periodicals The Set Presents A Comprehensive Sourcebook Of Readings On Edwardian Progressive Era Feminist Thought, Exploring The Intervention Of The Radical Public Intellectuals Working In These Traditions In North America And The UK From 1900 1918.
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- Feminism and the Periodical Press, 1900-1918 (History of Feminism)
- Lucy Delap
- 06 September 2017 Lucy Delap