Charlotte Perkins Gilman

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Charlotte Perkins Gilman
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Melumato şexsi
DewleteDewletê Amerikaê Yewbiyaey
Cayê biyayışiHartford, Connecticut
CınsiyetCêniye
Biyayış
Merdış17 Tebaxe 1935
Cayê merdışiPasadena (Asphyxia (en) ra merd)
GureŞair, Nuştekarê romani (en), Filozof, sociologist (d), nuştekar, science fiction writer (d), Senatkari, Ekonomist, feminist (d), editor (en) u suffragette (en)
PiFrederic Beecher Perkins (en)
Zıwaniİngılızki
PartnerCharles Walter Stetson (en)
İmzaİmzay cı


Charlotte Perkins Gilman (b. 3 Temuz 1860 – m. 17 Tebaxe 1935) sosyolog û nuştekarê da Amerikana. Serra 1860ıne de sûka Connecticut de ameya riyê dınya. Serra 1935ıne de merda.

Romani[bıvurne | çımey bıvurnê]

  • 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 bıvurnê]

  • 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.