She votes : how U.S. women won suffrage, and what happened next
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Fosston Public Library||324.623 QUI (Text)||33500013281118||New||Available||-|
|Moorhead Public Library||324.623 QUI (Text)||33500013281126||New||Checked out||12/10/2020|
- ISBN: 1452173168
- ISBN: 9781452173160
- Publisher: San Francisco : Chronicle Books, 2020.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|Formatted Contents Note:||Introduction -- Seneca -- Voices carry: Sojourner Truth -- Enter Anthony -- Winning the West : Sacajawea -- Bloomers, bicycles & basketball -- The art of protest : Mary Cassatt vs. the Antis -- Deeds not words -- Early arrival : Jeannette Rankin -- Law breaking to law making -- War of the roses -- Women are people too : Betty Friedan -- Picture this -- Running strong : Patsy Matsu, Takemoto Matsu -- Lesbians & liberation : Audre Lorde -- First person female -- Represent : guerrilla girls -- Year of the woman -- Third wave : riot grrrl -- Young Americans -- Conclusion.|
|Summary, etc.:||"This book tells the story of how women won the right to vote, and what happened next. Told by historian Bridget Quinn and illustrated throughout by 100 women artists"--|
- Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2020 August #1
*Starred Review* In a time when women's-suffrage histories are finally in abundance, Quinn's illustrated compendium stands out (and not only through its vivid illustrations). With language that pulls no punches, she tells the story of women's fight for equality, from the example set by the Haudenosaunee to the riot grrrl movement and the founders of Black Lives Matter. Spread throughout the volume are 100 artworks by 100 women artists, widely varying in style. These illustrations bring Quinn's dynamic text to life even more, highlighting figures like activist Sojourner Truth, artist Mary Cassatt, and The Feminine Mystique author Betty Friedan. The decades-long struggle for the vote is compellingly told via both historical scenes and brief biographies. Quinn eschews some of the typical stories and brings in the Native women who were the first World Champions of Basketball, the difference between "suffragist" and "suffragette," the birth of feminist art history, and Audre Lorde and the role of queer women in the feminist movement. At the centenary of the Nineteenth Amendment, this striking book reminds us of the thousands of women who got us where we are, and makes us want to be counted among them in the future.Women in Focus: The 19th in 2020 Copyright 2020 Booklist Reviews.
BRIDGET QUINN is author of the award-winning Broad Strokes: 15 Women Who Made Art and Made History (in That Order), published by Chronicle Books in 2017. The book has been translated into four languages and selected for the Amelia Bloomer Book List of recommended feminist literature by the American Library Association. A graduate of New York University's Institute of Fine Arts and a regular contributor to online arts magazine Hyperallergic, Quinn is a sought-after speaker on women and art. She is an avid sports fan and Iron(wo)man triathlete, and her Narrative magazine essay "At Swim, Two Girls" was included in The Best American Sports Writing 2013. She lives in San Francisco with her family.
Nell Irvin Painter is a historian, author, and artist.
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