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ERIC Number: ED466434
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2002
Pages: 150
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-0-87986-091-X
ISSN: N/A
Building a Legacy: Women in Social Education, 1784-1984. NCSS Bulletin.
Crocco, Margaret Smith, Ed.; Davis, O. L., Jr., Ed.
This collection of biographical articles presents several issues concerning story of women working in the social studies placing it within a broad intellectual and social context. Following the "Preface" (M. S. Crocco), the collection is divided into five chronological sections. The first section entitled, "Conceptualizing Social Education for a Growing Nation: 1784-1919," includes: Hannah Adams (S. Schwartz); Emma Hart Willard (M. B. Henning); Mary Downing Sheldon Barnes (F. E. Monteverde); Jane Addams (P. Munro); and Lucy Maynard Salmon (C. H. Bohan). The second section, "Becoming Partners in Citizenship Education: 1920-1945," contains: Mary Ritter Beard (S. Bair); Bessie Louise Pierce (M. R. Nelson); Ruth West (P. Robinson); Jessie Campbell Evans (A. G. DeWaal-Lucas); Lucy Sprague Mitchell (S. L. Field); Rachel Davis DuBois (O. L. Davis, Jr.); Helen Heffernan (K. Weiler); Elma Alva Neal (M. D. Davis); Hilda Taba (J. Bernard-Powers); Helen Merrell Lynd (J. W. Null); Eleanor Roosevelt (D. Perlstein); and Mary Gertrude Kelty (K. C. Barton). The third chronological section entitled, "Challenging Post-War Retrenchment: 1946-60," includes the following articles: Lavone A. Hanna (T. C. Howard); Alice Miel (E. A. Yeager); Myrtle Roberts (M. Black); Eunice I. Johns (K. C. Barton); Wilhelmina Hill (D. M. Shinew); Dorothy McClure Fraser (S. D. Van Hover); Alice Winifred Spieseke (M. P. Marino); Septima Poinsette Clark (A. Makler); Ella Josephine Baker (G. Gay); Marion Thompson Wright (M. S. Crocco); Nelda Mae Davis (C. J. Craig); Helen McCracken Carpenter (L. M. Burlbaw); Ruth Elizabeth Ellsworth (L. S. Levstik); and Maxine Dunfee (M. E. Haas). "Embracing the 'New Social Studies': 1961-1975," the fourth section, introduces: Stella Kern (A. S. Libresco); Adeline Brengle (P. Nickell); Jean Fair (J. Alleman); Jean Tilford Claugus (B. S. Stern); Fannie Raskin Shaftel (B. C. Rubin); and Edith West (A. Glenn and W. E. Gardner). The final chronological section entitled, "Debating Future Directions: 1976-1984," includes articles such as: Hazel Whitman Hertzberg (A. D. Mullen); Jean Dresden Grambs (J. M. Cirrincione and R. Jantz); Deborah Partridge Wolfe (S. D. Van Hover); June Chapin (K. Riley); Anna Sultanoff Ochoa-Becker (F. E. Monteverde); June V. Gilliard (L. Cary); Dorothy J. Skeel (R. W. Wilhelm); and Jo Ann Cutler Sweeney (C. Salinas). A conclusion by M. S. Crocco and an index complete the collection. Individual articles contain references. (BT)
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: National Council for the Social Studies, Washington, DC.