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Sheila Rowbotham - Bibliography

women socialist

Social historian and feminist, born in Leeds, West Yorkshire, N England, UK. She studied at Oxford, and became involved in the women's movement in the late 1960s. An active Socialist, she wrote for several Socialist papers, and provoked controversy with Beyond the Fragments: Feminism and the Making of Socialism (1979, with Segal and Wainwright). Among her most important historical works are Women, Resistance and Revolution (1972) ,Hidden from History (1973), and The Women's Century (1997).

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