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Women's History Month - eBooks

by Zachary Brown on 2021-03-01T08:19:57-06:00 in World Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Women and Gender Studies, Sociology, Social Sciences, International Studies, Humanities, History, Ethnic Studies, Art, Anthropology | Comments

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Image one: Women's History Month

Image two: E-book titled When Women Rule the Court: Gender, Race, and Japanese American Basketball (2017) - synopsis: For nearly one hundred years, basketball has been an important part of Japanese American life. Women's basketball holds a special place in the contemporary scene of highly organized and expansive Japanese American leagues in California, in part because these leagues have produced numerous talented female players. Using data from interviews and observations, Nicole Willms explores the interplay of social forces and community dynamics that have shaped this unique context of female athletic empowerment.

Image three: E-book titled Women in Mongol Iran: The Khatuns, 1206-1335 (2017) - synopsis: This book shows the development of women's status in the Mongol Empire from its original homeland in Mongolia up to the end of the Ilkhanate of Iran in 1335. Taking a thematic approach, the chapters show a coherent progression of this development and contextualise the evolution of the role of women in medieval Mongol society. 


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