Skip to main content
Loading
Loading

Results

  • Feminism
Sort By:  1-10 of 208 (21 pages)
Results per page:
         
...The antiquarian volume History of the Revolution in South Carolina, The Memoirs of the Life of Martha Laurens Ramsay Memoirs of the Life of Martha Laurens Ramsay, compiled and edited by Dr David Ramsay (1811), is a model of didactic...
...Dorothea Schlözer was the first woman in Germany to earn a doctorate in philosophy. She was born in Göttingen in 1770, as the daughter of August Ludwig Schlözer , the well-known professor of history at the University of Göttingen. From...
...Somerville, Mary Fairfax Mary Fairfax was born in Jedburgh, Scotland and died in Naples on 29 November 1872. Her father, Vice-Admiral Sir William George Fairfax, did not approve of education for girls. Apart from one year at a fashionable...
...Phelps, Almira Hart Lincoln Almira Phelps, philosopher and educator, was born as Almira Hart in the town of Berlin, Connecticut on 15 July 1793. The daughter of Samuel Hart and Lydia Hinsdale Hart, she was the youngest of seventeen...
...Weld, Theodore Dwight Weld, Angelina Emily Grimké Angelina Emily Grimké, Sarah Moore x, Grimké was born on 20 February 1805 in Charleston, South Carolina, the daughter of Mary Smith and John Faucheraud Grimké, a Revolutionary War veteran...
...Sunderland, Eliza Jane Read Eliza Jane Read was born on 19 April 1839 to Amasa and Jane Henderson Read on a farm near Huntsville, Illinois. She died on 10 March 1910 in Hartford, Connecticut. She was educated at the Abingdon Seminary...
...Slosson, May Genevieve Preston May Preston was born on 10 September 1858 in Ilion, New York, to Mary Gorsline and Levi Curtis Preston. Her father was a minister in the Free Baptist Church, and after the family moved to Kansas he was elected...
...Spahr, Margaret Margaret Spahr was born on 10 April 1893 in New York City and died on 25 September 1973 in Northampton, Massachusetts. Spahr was the first woman to graduate with a JD degree from Columbia University’s Law School, in 1929...
...Hortense Mancini was born in Rome on 6 June 1646, the daughter of Hieronyma and Lorenzo Mancini, and died in London on 2 July 1699. She was a ‘Mancinette’ or ‘Mazarinette’ – the endearing term used to designate the nieces of Mazarin...
...Dorothea Caroline Albertine Michaelis was born in Göttingen in 1763. She died relatively young in Maulbronn in 1809 after exciting years in revolutionary Mainz and in the Jena romantic circle as the wife of August Wilhelm Schlegel and,...