Their Lives and Times |
Carmelita McGrath, Barbara Neis and Marilyn Porter
372 pages, 6" x 9"
This anthology presents the most comprehensive collection to date focusing on the lives and experiences of women in Newfoundland and Labrador. From early settlement to late twentieth century lilfe, from working "on the flakes" to the cod moratorium, from the development of women's organizations to political struggle and protest, Their Lives and Times examines the cultural, social and historical presence of women in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Their Lives and Times brings together in one place a lively
mix of perspectives, including previously published work and
new research, literary and scholarly work. It will be equally at
home in an academic setting or on the bookshelf of any
reader interested in the diversity of women's experiences and
the ways in which these experiences have been explored in
new research and literature.