Agrarian Women and the Welfare State Sommestad, Lena, translator Grey Osterud. Agrarian Women, the Gender of Dairy Work, and the Two-Breadwinner Model in the Swedish Welfare State. New York and London: Routledge, 2019. Review by Sally McMurry, Professor Emerita of History, Penn State University The point of this book is to demonstrate the “significance of … Continue reading Agrarian Women and the Welfare State
Can farming in all-women’s groups help women outperform individual male-managed farms in productivity and profits, and empower women socially and politically?
Marie Bottineau Baldwin was both a suffragist and Native American rights activist. She sought to educate people about women's traditional political rights in Native society.
There is no one rural woman’s story, but a multiplicity of stories.
"Kitchen Table Talk to Global Forum," RWSA's 14th triennial conference will be May 13-15, 2021, at University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
Charreada celebrates Mexican culture and heritage, but women encounter limitations.
Women, Gender and Sexuality at the Agricultural History Society’s 100th Anniversary Meeting The 100th anniversary meeting of the Agricultural History Society will be held June 5-8, 2019, in Washington, DC. The conference will address the theme of “Power in Agricultural History.” It will feature scholarship related to rural women and will host the Rural Women’s … Continue reading Women, Gender and Sexuality at the Agricultural History Society’s 100th Anniversary Meeting