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Defining females : the nature of women in society / edited by Shirley Ardener.


New York : Wiley, c1978.
ISBN 0470264659

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
American
LIB stacks
HQ1154 .D38 Available Request
Catholic
Mullen Library stacks
HQ1154 .D38 1978 Available Request
George Mason
Fenwick stacks
HQ1154 .D38 1978 Available Request
Georgetown
Lauinger stacks
HQ1121 .D43 1978 Available Request
Howard
Founders Library stacks
HQ1154 D38 1978 Available Request
Founders Library stacks
HQ1154 D38 1978 Available Request
Social Work Library
HQ1154 D38 1978 Available Request
Other Authors Ardener, Shirley
Subjects Women -- Physiology
Women -- Social conditions
Description 227 p. ; 23 cm.
Notes "A Halsted Press book."
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
Contents Hastrup, K. The semantics of biology: virginity.--Hirschon, R. Open body/closed space: the transformation of female sexuality.--Humphrey, C. Women, taboo, and the suppression of attention.--Okely, J. Privileged, schooled, and finished: boarding education for girls.--James, W. Matrifocus on African women.--Callaway, H. The most essentially female function of all: giving birth.--Newcombe, F. and Ratcliffe, G. The female brain.--Callan, H. Harems and overlords.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)04004244
(OCoLC)4004244
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