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Untold Lives: The First Generation of American Women Pyschologists.

Type:
  • occupational or career (20th c)

Biographies

1B19031Pt. 1. The difference being a woman made: The quest for graduate education: Mary Calkins' contest with Harvard University
2B19032The family claim: Ties that bound Milicent Shinn
3B19033The "intolerable choice": Ethel Puffer's struggle with the marriage versus career dilemma
4B19034Meritocracy in science: Margaret Floy Washburn's use of the myth
5B19035"A little hard on ladies": Christine Ladd-Franklin's challenge to collegial exclusion
6B19036Pt. 2. Collective portrait of the first generation: Origins, education, and life-styles
7B19037Careers and contributions
8B19038To the present
9B19039Appendix A. Cameo portraits of selected women: Kate Gordon Moore
10B19040Lillien Jane Martin
11B19041Naomi Norsworthy
12B19042Frances Hall Rousmaniere Dewing
13B19043Theodate Louise Smith
14B19044Helen Bradford Thompson Wooley

Persons

  1. Elizabeth Scarborough · Author
  2. Laurel Furumoto · Author

Publishers/Publications

  1. New York: Columbia University Press, 1987
  2. New York: Columbia University Press, 1989