6 edition of Knowing her place found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||LC197 .N45 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||288 p. :|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||98016745|
An ache started in the back of her throat as she looked at this baby with his father's face and his mother's hair, but she looked up at Zachary with a smile held firmly in place. "He looks just like you." Zachary beamed and tilted the sleeping bundle in his arms to Karigan. Her breath caught in her throat and she had to remember to smile. Prof Felicia Ackerman letter holds it is refreshing to read about relationship between Alexandra Lebenthal and her assistant, Tania Dougherty (Sept 9 Magazine issue on women).
Knowing Her Place by Indu Krishnan Cross-cultural dilemma among immigrants extends from the social interactions outside the home all the way throughtheir relationships among each member of the family.
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KNOWING HER PLACE is a charismatic work by Lorri Nielsen in which she takes a big canvas, paints a three dimensional picture and captivates our interest and admiration by the ingenuity with which she highlights important issues affecting the educational scene in general and research in particular.5/5(2).
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It is an outstanding book about the issues that affect women working in science; the problems, dilemmas, their careers, motherhood, etc. It is the best book ever written on this subject, and makes a major contribution to the field of women at work. From her perspective as a Christian feminist, the author resists traditional interpretations and sets out to discover what the texts might be inviting us to today Thurston is particularly interested in seeing whether these texts can be life-giving for both women and : Knowing Her Place by Lorri Neilsen,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1).
Book Review: Knowing Her Place: Positioning Women in Science by Valerie Bevan and Caroline Gatrell. Daphne E. Pedersen. Gender & Society 0 / Download Citation.
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Emma Lou is a remarkable writer and human being. I love the way she expresses herself. Even though this book starts with an account of her terrible accident, that event becomes the vehicle for a beautiful and personal account of "the place of knowing." I found this book to be inspiring and calming.4/5.
Knowing her place: gender and the Gospels. [Anne Thurston] -- Anne Thurston takes familiar biblical stories about women and reads them against the grain. From her perspective as a Christian feminist, the author resists traditional interpretations and sets out.
Knowing Her Place Gender and the Gospels by Anne Thurston. Published July by Paulist Press. Written in EnglishPages: Knowing her place: positioning women in science. [Valerie Bevan, (Women's studies scholar); Caroline Gatrell] -- More women are studying science at university and they consistently outperform men.
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[Anne Thurston] -- The author takes familiar biblical stories about women and reads them against the grain, resisting the traditional interpretations and liberating them from the pious and political interests that have. Unlock HER Mysteries. Women have been mysteries to themselves and their husbands for too long.
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In a rally held as part of Erdoy-an's presidential election campaign in Malatya province, Erdoy-an attacked journalist Amberin Zaman, saying she should know her place.
Erdoy-an accused Zaman, who had expressed the opinion that Justice and Development Party (AK Party) voters are not critical or questioning, of insulting Muslims and Islam.
Historians have traditionally seen domestic service as an obsolete or redundant sector from the middle of the twentieth century. Knowing Their Place challenges this by linking the early twentieth century employment of maids and cooks to later practices of employing au pairs, mothers' helps, and cleaners.
Knowing Her Place: More notes from an unflinching French feminist: A FROZEN WOMAN, By Annie Ernaux (Four Walls Eight Windows: $17; pp.)Author: Madeleine Blais. "It isn't your place." Karigan heard the soft words meant to ease the sting of Mapstone's earlier ones and snorted.
She wasn't sure where her place was anymore. Sounds in the hallway, loud scuffles and muffled shouts, brought everyone's attention to the door. Karigan rose from her chair, ignoring the twinges from her .Knowing Her Place.
That old Type 40 never did fit in. Now it would never be of use again, such a shame, such a shame. Written for Everloyal"It's too unruly, I tell you. I might even say rebellious." "Perhaps it picked up an anomaly while in transit, in the Vortex.
It's been known to happen, though rare.His answering chuckle followed her until the doors shut and Karigan was met with a darkened courtyard. Her walk back to her room was quiet and when she found the pile of paperwork sitting on her desk, she didn't even care Ghost Kitty had chosen it as his napping place.