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Mobilizing Minerva

American Women in the First World War
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University of Illinois Press
American history: First World War, Civil rights & citizenship, Women"s studies, First World War, 1914-1918, Social Science, Gender Studies, Sociology, USA, Military - World War I, United States - 20th Century, Women"s Studies - General, Social Science / Women"s St
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ISBN 100252074963
ISBN 139780252074967

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Kimberly Jensen examines the role and purpose of women’s military participation in World War I in her book, Mobilizing Minerva, to illustrate how women’s involvement in war and militarization was intended to change no less than the military itself and the nation-state that sponsored it (p.

ix). She uses three cases of women participating as. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Mobilizing Minerva: From the Suffrage Parade in Washington to the struggle for gender equality in the Armed Forces, this book highlights women's efforts to expand civil rights.

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