Talk:History of feminism

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September 16, 2004 WikiProject peer review Collaborated
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edit·history·watch·refresh Stock post message.svg To-do list for History of feminism:
  • Include a section on "New Age Feminism" and/or "Millennial Feminism" as these are terms that have been coming up a lot these days. It is similar to the fourth wave, but differs somewhat. It celebrates and accommodates the differences between men and women and rejects man-hating. 192.76.8.2 (talk) 12:09, 3 March 2015 (UTC)
  • Redo the beginnings of the feminist movement. The movement found its origins during the Enlightenment across Europe, not the early part of the 19th century--by that time the Enlightenment had passed.
  • Organize each chronoloical section to have common theory or trends in every nation/region, and then specific information for each under the appropriate heading.
  • Create an easytimeline from the data at fmla.homeip.net, see Graphical Timelines for examples and ideas. -- Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason 19:04, 2004 Sep 12 (UTC)
  • Discuss further first-wave feminist strands and ideas (such as liberal feminism, French feminism with de Beauvoir, etc)
  • Discuss circumstances arising to popularity of Radical feminism, and its effects, + it's decline
  • Discuss changing reaction towards feminism, third-wave feminism, etc
  • Strengthen the treatment of 19c feminism (rather sketchy as it currently stands). Billbrock 07:07, 3 October 2005 (UTC)
  • Carefully integrate with Feminism (replace 'origins' there with brief summary, and transfer most of it here), and probably other subarticles, such as feminist writers. Develop the biographies to indicate better where they fit in with this page, and link back Mgoodyear 13:35, 30 November 2006 (UTC)
  • Compress information so it isn't so long (byte wise)--HoneymaneHeghlu meH QaQ jajvam 01:11, 7 December 2006 (UTC)
  • The entire article, with thanks for a few exceptions, needs citations. -SusanLesch (talk) 04:09, 15 October 2009 (UTC)
  • The early history section dealing in particular with slavery-era women and writings (say, Mary Wollstonecraft through Susan B. Anthony) must make some effort to acknowledge and address the fact that the concept of "women's rights" was primarily centered on and limited to the experiences of white, free, middle-to-upper-class women, not ALL women equally.Whesandra (talk) 04:47, 17 February 2014 (UTC)
  • Turn History of feminism#Fourth wave into a summary section and create the new article "Fourth-wave feminism" as described in WP:SUMMARY.
  • Cite articles that criticize the wave metaphor. Linda Nicholson's "Feminism in Waves: Useful Metaphor or Not" and Becky Thompson's "Multiracial Feminism: Recasting the Chronology of Second Wave Feminism" are two suggested articles to begin wih. Velocirachael (talk) 03:13, 19 September 2016 (UTC)
  • Add a section with critiques of the wave metaphor after the section on Fourth Wave Feminism. Velocirachael (talk) 03:17, 19 September 2016 (UTC)
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Removed a confusing passage of little importance[edit]

I removed the following passage (which I have, evenso, considerably cleaned up) from the terminology paragraph under the "Post-war and second wave" heading:

(This terminology is not completely uniform among all authors. T.Z. Lavine maintains that the "First wave" in the United States was the Women's Rights Movement from the 1848 Seneca Falls Convention to the onset of the American Civil War in 1861; the "Second wave," or Woman Suffrage Movement, from the founding of the National American Woman Suffrage Association in 1890 to 1924 after the amendment to grant the vote was ratified; the "Third wave," the "Women's Movement," from 1964.[1])

I removed it because it only confuses an already very garbled article, and because the source seems obscure, and because the info, if it belongs in Wikipedia at all, belongs in a section or article that focuses on the U.S. All in all, I personally think Wikipedia can probably live without it. Softlavender (talk)

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  1. ^ Lavine, TZ. Ideas of revolution in the women's movement. American Behavioral Scientist 1977 Mar-Apr 20(4): 535