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Women in Industry & Technology: From Prehistory to the Present Day: Current Research & the Museum Experience
Women in Industry & Technology: From Prehistory to the Present Day: Current Research & the Museum Experience
 
Our Price: $20.00
Year: 1996
Pages: 352
Binding Paperback
ISBN 904818748

Product Code: 756763738

Description
 
Amanda Devonshire & Barbara Wood (eds.). This volume, issued by the Museum of London, contains proceedings of the 1994 WHAM (Women’s History & Museums) Conference on the substantial part that women have played in industry & technology from the earliest times. The essays look not only at current work, but also examine the role of museums in presenting & interpreting the evidence of their labors. The book contains essays by over 35 contributors who have drawn on the archives of large & small museums, among them the British Museum & the Forge Mill Needle Museum. Their subjects range from women toolmakers in the Bronze Age to women, work & the community in the Isle of Dogs today. Heavy & light industries are discussed as well as production from the home base. B&W illus.

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