Talk:Feminist history

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I think these distinctions are nuances, anyway I will link it into history of feminism, because part of that history is the reinterpretation of history --Mgoodyear 00:47, 18 December 2006 (UTC)

Historicity?[edit]

Is this article a good place to write about feminist historicity, that is, thinking through the way history is done? I mean, it talks about finding women in history and thinking through history with gender in mind, but I've read a good deal of feminist scholarship on the subject of what gets construed as history, how truth is established, linear thinking, cause and effect, who gets to be an expert, etc., often in relation to non-traditional biography (Audre Lorde comes to mind) and myth.

If so, great, I'll start work on it in a few days, when I once again have access to my sources (course readers and so on). BookishAcolyte (talk) 07:44, 19 March 2008 (UTC)

This would be the right place. Godd luck--Cailil talk 11:40, 19 March 2008 (UTC)