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Title Women's memory : the problem of sources / edited by D. Fatma Ture and Birsen Talay Kesoglu.
Imprint Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011.

Subject Women -- History.
Women -- History -- Research.
Women -- Historiography.
Women -- History -- Archives.
Women -- History -- Sources.
Women -- History -- Archival resources.
Women -- Social conditions.
Feminism -- History.
Alt Name Türe, Fatma.
Keşoğlu, Birsen Talay.
Description 1 online resource (x, 246 pages)
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS; PREFACE; CHAPTER ONE; WOMEN'S MEMORY, WHOSE MEMORY?; CHAPTER TWO; THE ITALIAN DIGITAL WOMEN'S LIBRARY IN THE CONTEXT OF EUROPE; NEW PERSPECTIVES ON THE ROLE OF THE WOMEN'S LIBRARY IN THE DIGITAL WORLD; CHAPTER THREE; ART, LITERATURE AND JOURNALS; VISUAL MATERIAL AS A SOURCE FOR THE STUDY OF OTTOMAN WOMEN IN THE EARLY MODERN ERA; "HOW TO READ" INSTEAD OF "WHAT TO READ"; LETTERS AND PETITIONS; THE CORRESPONDENCE OF OTTOMAN WOMEN DURING THE EARLY MODERN PERIOD (16TH-18TH CENTURIES); IMPACT OF WOMEN LETTERS TO THE MODERNIZATION AND INDIVIDUALIZATION PROCESS OF OTTOMAN WOMEN.
PETITIONS AS A SOURCE IN WOMEN'SHISTORY OF THE REPUBLICAN PERIODSOURCE AND ARCHIVE USE IN TEACHING WOMEN'S HISTORY IN ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN TURKEY; ORAL HISTORY; PRESSING THE "RECORD" BUTTON FOR HEARING WOMEN'S VOICE IN THE PAST ... ; STUDYING POWER AS ASSET AND LIABILITY FOR WOMEN THROUGH ORAL HISTORY; "WOMEN'S ORAL HISTORY AND DOCUMENTARY FILM"; WOMEN'S NARRATIVES AS SOURCES FOR THE STUDY OF ESHRAF FAMILIES; CINEMA; TURKISH CINEMA; HOW DID TURKISH WOMEN LOOK? EXCAVATING WOMEN'S CINEMATIC EXPERIENCE IN ISTANBUL, 1922-1950; YESILCAM FILMS AND NARRATIVE PATTERNSIN GENDER STUDIES.
Summary Women's archives appear to have been largely disregarded until the last couple of decades. Most countries lack well-documented archives, and the question of methodology has become a common concern and ever more significant for the researchers. Aiming to contribute to the growing efforts of developing women's archives, the present book brings together the works of numerous researchers from various disciplines. The researchers took part in this book for sharing information and experiences about ...
ISBN 9781443832656 (electronic bk.)
1443832650 (electronic bk.)
1283435896
9781283435895
9781443831932
OCLC # 844351179
Additional Format Print version: Ture, Fatma. Women's Memory : The Problem of Sources. Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, ©2011 9781443831932