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Articulating Rights: Nineteenth-century American Women on Race, Reform, and the State Hardcover – February 5, 2010


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“Parker offers a provocative and illuminating study of nineteenth-century women’s political thought. By including white and black women in the same volume, she overcomes a major flaw in the scholarship.”—Carol Faulkner, Maxwell School of Syracuse University

 



"Parker offers an original and nuanced inquiry into everyday political thought, arguing that it pivoted    particularly on the axis of race and gender. Articulating Rights discovers a robust conversation about politics – about difference and equality, about state action and individual rights, about citizenship and identity - ongoing among white and black women activists who were far less known than either    luminaries of the women's rights movement such as Elizabeth Cady Stanton or critics such as Catharine Beecher." Amy Dru Stanley, The University of Chicago  

About the Author

 Alison M. Parker is Associate Professor and Chair of the history department at SUNY, College at Brockport. She is the author of Purifying America: Women, Cultural Reform, and Pro-Censorship Activism, 1873–1933,and the co-editor of Beyond Black & White: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender in the U.S. South and Southwest and Women and the Unstable State in Nineteenth-Century America. She is also co-editor of the Gender and Race in American History book series for the University of Rochester Press.

 

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Alison M. Parker teaches classes on gender, race, and the law in American history at the College at Brockport, State University of New York, where she is also Chair of the History Department.