Rowbotham, Sheila

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ROWBOTHAM, Sheila. British, b. 1943. Genres: History, Politics/ Government, Women's studies and issues. Career: Teacher, Workers Educational Association Formerly; member of staff, Black Dwarf newspaper, London; visiting professor, University of Amsterdam; Greater London Council, research officer; free-lance writer and journalist; Manchester University, Sociology Department, Research fellow. Publications: Women, Resistance and Revolution, 1973; Woman's Consciousness, Man's World, 1973; Hidden from History: 300 Years of Women's Oppression and the Fight Against It, 1973, 3rd ed., 1977; A New World for Women, 1977; (with J. Weeks) Socialism and the New Life, 1977; (with J. McCrindle) Dutiful Daughters, 1977; (with L. Segal and H. Wainwright) Beyond the Fragments, 1979; Dreams and Dilemmas: Collected Writings, 1983; Friends of Alice Wheeldon, 1986; The Past Is before Us: Feminism in Action from the Late 1960's, 1989; Women in Movement Feminism and Social Action, 1992; Homeworkers Worldwide, 1993; (with S. Mitter) Dignity and Daily Bread, 1993; (with S. Mitter) Women Encounter Technology, 1995; A Century of Women, 1997; Threads through Time: Essays in History and Autobiography, 1998; Promise of a Dream: Remembering the Sixties, 2000; (with S. Linkogle) Women Resist Globalization, 2002; (with H. Beunon) Looking at Class, 2002.

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