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Congrès International du Droit des Femmes Ouvert à Paris le 25 Juillet 1878, clos le 9 Août Suivant: Actes-Compte-Rendu des Séances Plénières
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written by Congres International Du Droit Des Femmes (Paris, Ile-de-France: Auguste Ghio, 1878), 220 page(s)
This report provides a detailed overview of the themes and discussions of the International Congress on Women’s Rights, which was held in Paris in 1878 and included delegates from France, Italy, Switzerland, Holland, Russia, and the United States. After the opening session, the second session inquired into the h...
written by Congres International Du Droit Des Femmes (Paris, Ile-de-France: Auguste Ghio, 1878), 220 page(s)
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(Paris, Ile-de-France: E. Dentu, 1889), 722 page(s),
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Actes du congrès international des œuvres et institutions féminines: Publiés par les soins de la Commission nommée par le Comité d'organisation
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written by Exposition Universelle Internationale de 1889 (Paris, Ile-de-France: Bibliothèque des annales économiques, 1890), 516 page(s),
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written by Exposition Universelle Internationale de 1889 (Paris, Ile-de-France: Bibliothèque des annales économiques, 1890), 516 page(s),
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The Congress of Women Held in the Woman's Building, World Columbian Exposition, Chicago, U.S.A., 1893, with Portraits, Biographies, and Addresses
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edited by Mary Kavanugh Oldham Eagle, 1854-1903 (Chicago, IL: International Publishing Company, Chicago, IL, 1894), 824 page(s),
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Opinions féministes à propos du Congrès Féministe de Paris de 1896
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written by Clotilde Dissard, fl. 1895 (Paris, Ile-de-France: V. Giard et E. Brière, 1896), 17 page(s)
The sociologist Clotilde Dissard offers a report and critical review of the 1896 International Feminist Congress, held in Paris. The author places conference discussion into six categories, including feminism, marriage and the family, women’s labor, prostitution, women’s rights to education, and women’s poli...
written by Clotilde Dissard, fl. 1895 (Paris, Ile-de-France: V. Giard et E. Brière, 1896), 17 page(s)
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Le féminisme belge
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written by Jeanne de Tallenay, 1869-1920, in L'Egyptienne, Vol. 2, 1896, pp. 445-48 (Egyptienne, 1896), 4 page(s)
This article provides a brief overview of the work of the Belgian feminists to advance women’s rights, particularly the passage of woman suffrage in the Belgian Chamber and Senate. While not much progress has been made on the legislative front, an educational foundation was being laid to be built upon in the fut...
written by Jeanne de Tallenay, 1869-1920, in L'Egyptienne, Vol. 2, 1896, pp. 445-48 (Egyptienne, 1896), 4 page(s)
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written by Louisa Chalmet, fl. 1896, in La Revue féministe, Vol. 2, 1896, pp. 23, 354-359 (La Revue féministe, 1896), 7 page(s)
This article outlines fin-de-siècle French understandings of Muslim women in North Africa. The author, borrowing from select sources, depicts the lives of Muslim Algerian women as sad and repressed unless they receive substantial attention from the French colonizer. The French civilizing mission, for example, is...
written by Louisa Chalmet, fl. 1896, in La Revue féministe, Vol. 2, 1896, pp. 23, 354-359 (La Revue féministe, 1896), 7 page(s)
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written by Clotilde Dissard, fl. 1895, in La Revue féministe, Vol. 2, 1896, pp. 241-246 (La Revue féministe, 1896), 6 page(s)
The author offers a critical view of the recent feminist congress held in Paris. She notes that there were few attendees from other countries, with no British or Americans present and typically single representatives from Germany, Belgium, Italy, Holland, Finland, and Sweden. She found that debate often strayed fr...
written by Clotilde Dissard, fl. 1895, in La Revue féministe, Vol. 2, 1896, pp. 241-246 (La Revue féministe, 1896), 6 page(s)
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written by Adèle Ruben, fl. 1896, in La Revue féministe, Vol. 2, 1896, pp. 442-444 (La Revue féministe, 1896), 3 page(s)
This document is a brief explanation of a feminist conference in Versailles, France, at which several notable figures in the late nineteenth century international feminist movement were present. Sarah Monod, for example, gave the opening speech and Madames Mallet, Bogelot, and Hudry-Ménos spoke respectively on ge...
written by Adèle Ruben, fl. 1896, in La Revue féministe, Vol. 2, 1896, pp. 442-444 (La Revue féministe, 1896), 3 page(s)
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Der International Kongress für Frauenwerke und Frauenbestrebungen in Berlin, 19. bis 26. September 1896: Eine Sammlung der auf dem Kongress gehaltenen Vorträge und Ansprache
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written by Rosalie Shoenflies, fl. 1896 (Berlin, Berlin State: H. Walther, 1897), 423 page(s)
International Congress for Women’s Work and Activities in Berlin, September 19-26, 1896 This volume is a collection of speeches and discussions from the 1896 International Congress for Women’s Work and Activities (Frauenwerke und Frauenbestrebungen) in Berlin edited by Rosalie Schoenflies, Lina Morgenstern,...
written by Rosalie Shoenflies, fl. 1896 (Berlin, Berlin State: H. Walther, 1897), 423 page(s)
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