I teach ancient history and this has been an invaluable addition to my curriculum. So much women's history is still to be uncovered. This book is an awesome start.Published 29 days ago by M. Miller
OUTSTANDING book -- well written and informative! biggest problem is that it ended too soon. ;-)Published 2 months ago by T. L. H.
How much can you tell about a civilization from the clothes they wear? From the material they created? A fascinating read.Published 2 months ago by Wyatt Bobier
This book was referenced in Maggie Casey's Spinning One class. I became intrigued by the question: How did textiles/cooking/home become "women's work. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Webgecko
Very interesting and thought-provoking. I don't know enough about the research into this topic to evaluate the quality of the research, but the conclusions she draws are very... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Renee Samuelson
I learned a lot from this book, and enjoyed the author's literate and informative style of writing. Fiber doesn't last as long as bone, metal and pottery in the ground, so it is... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Hortensia