women's work

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Women's Work Labour, Gender, Authorship, 1750-1830

Women's Work? American Schoolteachers, 1650–1920

Women's work

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Women’s Work In which Brown is released from prison and becomes a prison activist

Redefining “Women’s Work” The Sexual Division of Labor in the Auto Industry during World War II

Women’s Work The History of the Victorian Domestic Handicraft

women’s work

Women’s Work Gendered Space and the Dangerous Labor of (Virgin) Birth

Women’s Work Engendering Economic Anthropology

Women’s Work, Women’s Humor Musical Recitations by Female Composers

Women, Work, and Television

Women, Work, and Politics Belgium 1830-1914

Women and Work

Women's Work as Care

Women at Work Securing the Peace

Indigenous Women and Work From Labor to Activism

Women and Paid Work

Young Women and Work


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Women's work, both informal (unpaid) and formal (paid), has been central to the production of Canadian wealth and well-being, with informal labour often less visible, performed within the household as ...

Subjects: History of the Americas.

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