Charlotte Perkins Gilman

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Charlotte Perkins Gilman
Nuskar
Charlotte Perkins Gilman c. 1900.jpg
Şınasiye
Dewlete DAY
Biyayış 3 Temuz 1860 (1860-07-03) (153 )
Merdış 04 Tebaxe 1935
(-79 )
Wezifa Nuskare, Sosyoloğe


Charlotte Perkins Gilman (b. 3 Temuz 1860 – m. 17 Tebaxe 1935) yew sosyoloğ u nuskara Amerikayıca. Serra 1860ıne de sûka Connecticut de ameya riyê dınya. Serra 1935ıne de merda.

Romani[bıvurne | çımey bıvurne]

  • What Diantha Did. Forerunner. 1909-10.
  • The Crux. Forerunner. 1911.
  • Moving the Mountain. Forerunner. 1911.
  • Mag-Marjorie. Forerunner. 1912.
  • Benigna Machiavelli. Forerunner. 1914.
  • Herland Forerunner. 1915.
  • With Her in Ourland Forerunner. 1916.
  • Unpunished. Eds. Catherine J. Golden and Denise D. Knight. New York: Feminist Press, 1997.

Kıtabi[bıvurne | çımey bıvurne]

  • His Religion and Hers: A Study of the Faith of Our Fathers and the Work of Our Mothers. NY and London: Century Co., 1923; London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1924; Westport: Hyperion Press, 1976.
  • Gems of Art for the Home and Fireside. Providence: J. A. and R. A. Reid, 1888.
  • Women and Economics: A Study of the Economic Relation Between Men and Women as a Factor in Social Evolution. Boston: Small, Maynard & Co., 1898.
  • Concerning Children. Boston: Small, Maynard & Co., 1900.
  • The Home: Its Work and Influence. New York: McClure, Phillips, & Co., 1903.
  • Human Work. New York: McClure, Phillips, & Co., 1904.
  • The Man-Made World; or, Our Androcentric Culture. New York: Charton Co., 1911.
  • Our Brains and What Ails Them. Serialized in Forerunner. 1912.
  • Social Ethics. Serialized in Forerunner. 1914.
  • His Religion and Hers: A Study of the Faith of Our Fathers and the Work of Our Mothers. New York and London: Century Co., 1923.
  • Our Changing Morality. Ed. Freda Kirchway. NY: Boni, 1930. 53-66.
  • "Why Women Do Not Reform Their Dress." Woman's Journal 9 Oct 1886: 338.
  • "A Protest Against Petticoats." Woman's Journal 8 Jan 1887: 60.
  • "The Providence Ladies Gymnasium." Providence Journal 8 (1888): 2.
  • "How Much Must We Read?" Pacific Monthly 1 (1889): 43-44.
  • "Altering Human Nature." California Nationalist 10 May 1890: 10.
  • "Are Women Better Than Men?" Pacific Monthly 3 (1891): 9-11.
  • "A Lady on the Cap and Apron Question." Wasp 6 June 1891: 3.
  • "The Reactive Lies of Gallantry." Belford's ns 2 (1892): 205-8.
  • "The Vegetable Chinaman." Housekeeper's Weekly 24 June 1893: 3.
  • "The Saloon and Its Annex." Stockton Mail 4 (1893): 4.
  • "The Business League for Women." Impress 1 (1894): 2.
  • "Official Report of Woman's Congress." Impress 1 (1894): 3.
  • "John Smith and Armenia." Impress 12 Jan 1895: 2-3.
  • "The American Government." Woman's Column 6 June 1896: 3.
  • "When Socialism Began." American Fabian 3 (1897): 1-2.
  • "Causes and Uses of the Subjection of Women." Woman's Journal 24 Dec 1898: 410.
  • "The Automobile as a Reformer." Saturday Evening Post 3 June 1899: 778.
  • "Esthetic Dyspepsia." Saturday Evening Post 4 Aug 1900: 12.
  • "Ideals of Child Culture." Child Stude For Mothers and Teachers. Ed Margaret Sangster. Philadelphia: Booklovers Library, 1901. 93-101.
  • "Should Wives Work?" Success 5 (1902): 139.
  • "Fortschritte der Frauen in Amerika." Neues Frauenleben 1:1 (1903): 2-5.
  • "The Passing of the Home in Great American Cities." Cosmopolitan 38 (1904): 137-47.
  • "The Beauty of a Block." Independent 14 July 1904: 67-72.
  • "The Home and the Hospital." Good Housekeeping 40 (1905): 9.
  • "Some Light on the [Single Woman's] 'Problem.'" American Magazine 62 (1906): 4270428.
  • "Social Darwinism." American Journal of Sociology 12 (1907): 713-14.
  • "A Suggestion on the Negro Problem." American Journal of Sociology 14 (1908): 78-85.
  • "How Home Conditions React Upon the Family." American Journal of Sociology 14 (1909): 592-605.
  • "Children's Clothing." Harper's Bazaar 44 (1910): 24.
  • "On Dogs." Forerunner 2 (1911): 206-9.
  • "How to Lighten the Labor of Women." McCall's 40 (1912): 14-15, 77.
  • "What 'Love' Really Is." Pictorial Review 14 (1913): 11, 57.
  • "Gum Chewing in Public." New York Times 20 May 1914:12:5.
  • "A Rational Position on Suffrage/At the Request of the New York Times, Mrs. Gilman Presents the Best Arguments Possible in Behalf of Votes for Women." New York Times Magazine 7 Mar 1915: 14-15.
  • "What is Feminism?" Boston Sunday Herald Magazine 3 Sept 1916: 7.
  • "The Housekeeper and the Food Problem." Annals of the American Academy 74 (1917): 123-40.
  • "Concerning Clothes." Independent 22 June 1918: 478, 483.
  • "The Socializing of Education." Public 5 April 1919: 348-49.
  • "A Woman's Party." Suffragist 8 (1920): 8-9.
  • "Making Towns Fit to Live In." Century 102 (1921): 361-366.
  • "Cross-Examining Santa Claus." Century 105 (1922): 169-174.
  • "Is America Too Hospitable?" Forum 70 (1923): 1983-89.
  • "Toward Monogamy." Nation 11 June 1924: 671-73.
  • "The Nobler Male." Forum 74 (1925): 19-21.
  • "American Radicals. New York Jewish Daily Forward 1 (1926): 1.
  • "Progress through Birth Control." North American Review 224 (1927): 622-29.
  • "Divorce and Birth Control." Outlook 25 Jan 1928: 130-31.
  • "Feminism and Social Progress." Problems of Civilization. Ed. Baker Brownell. NY: D. Van Nostrand, 1929. 115-42.
  • "Sex and Race Progress." Sex in Civilization. Eds. V. F. Calverton and S. D. Schmalhausen. NY: Macaulay, 1929. 109-23.
  • "Parasitism and Civilized Vice." Woman's Coming of Age. Ed. S. D. Schmalhausen. NY: Liveright, 1931. 110-26.
  • "Birth Control, Religion and the Unfit." Nation 27 Jan 1932: 108-109.
  • "The Right to Die." Forum 94 (1935): 297-300.