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The Resource Reweaving the web of life : feminism and nonviolence, edited by Pam McAllister

Reweaving the web of life : feminism and nonviolence, edited by Pam McAllister

Label
Reweaving the web of life : feminism and nonviolence
Title
Reweaving the web of life
Title remainder
feminism and nonviolence
Statement of responsibility
edited by Pam McAllister
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
McAllister, Pam
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Feminism
  • Antinuclear movement
  • Pacifism
  • Nonviolence
Label
Reweaving the web of life : feminism and nonviolence, edited by Pam McAllister
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages [428]-433
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Barbara Zanotti
  • Patriarchy is a killer: what people concerned about peace and justice should know
  • Donna Warnock
  • Women, peace and power
  • Jo Vellacott
  • (poem) A song for Gorgons
  • Barbara Deming
  • (Interview) Feminism and disobedience: conversations with Barbara Deming
  • Mab Segrest
  • (poem) Our stunning harvest
  • Introduction
  • Ellen Bass
  • Nonviolence and women: the pioneers
  • Margaret Hope Bacon
  • Ida B. Wells: "Free Speech" and Black struggle
  • Rosemarie Freeney-Harding
  • Jessie Daniel Ames: grass-roots anti-lynching campaign
  • Jacquelyn Dowd Hall
  • The Amazon was a pacifist
  • Karla Jay
  • Fannie Lou Hamer: Baptism by fire
  • The power of wimyn
  • Susan King
  • We started from opposite ends of the spectrum
  • Cynthia Washington
  • Women's consciousness and the Southern Black movement
  • Sara Evans
  • Sailing into test waters
  • Barbara Reynolds
  • How feminism changed the peace movement
  • Caroline WIldflower
  • Feminism and the nonviolent revolution
  • Judy Costello
  • Marion Bromley
  • Feminist spirituality and nonviolence
  • Margaret Bishop
  • Feminism and peace: the issues we work on
  • Kathy Bickmore
  • Suffering
  • Eleanora Patterson
  • Beyond Ghandhi: an American feminist's approach to nonviolence
  • Judy Costello
  • An open letter to Ghandhi
  • Part 1.
  • Lynne Shivers
  • The economic roots of the violent male culture
  • Lisa Leghorn
  • A talk for the Conference on Feminism and Militarism
  • Karen Malpede
  • Fear of "other": the common root of sexism and militarism
  • Cynthia Adcock
  • The lure of the death culture
  • Erika Duncan
  • More power than we want: masculine sexuality and violence
  • (Poem) I am a dangerous woman / Joan Cavanagh
  • Bruce Kokopeli and George Lakey
  • Sunpower/Moonpower/Transformation
  • Betsy Wright
  • Utopian visions: reflections on feminist and nonviolent thought
  • Paula Rayman
  • Only justice can stop a curse
  • Alice Walker
  • The future, if there is one, is female
  • Sally Miller Gearhart --
  • Reclaiming nonviolence: some thoughts for feminist womyn who used to be nonviolent and vice versa
  • Jane Meyerding
  • Patriarchy: a state of war
  • Meg Bowman
  • Fragment of a play in progress
  • Juanita Nelson
  • (fiction) Sweet life
  • Charlotte Marchant
  • Breaking the racism barrier: white anti-racism work
  • Donna Landerman
  • Women and the draft
  • Karen Lindsey
  • The Army will make a "man" out of you
  • Part 2.
  • Helen Michalowski
  • (fiction) Uneasy borders
  • Valerie Miner
  • Macho obstacles to peace
  • Ann Davidon
  • (poems) Daughters, I love you
  • Linda Hogan
  • The prevalence of the natural law within women: women and animal rights
  • Constantina Salamone
  • Assertiveness, nonviolence and feminism
  • (song) Foolish Notion
  • Priscilla Prutzman
  • Physical resistance to attack: the pacifist's dilemma, the feminist's hope
  • Pat James
  • Tentative steps toward nonviolent self defense
  • Pam McAllister
  • Abortion: a woman's right to live
  • Leah Fritz
  • Re-entering complexity
  • Rachel Bedard
  • (poem) ... And brings peace
  • Holly Near
  • Jay Bird
  • The passive violence of noninvolvement and our work of accountability
  • Sue Dove Gambill
  • Message to the next civilization
  • Joan Baez
  • Excerpts from the Unity Statement
  • Women's Pentagon Action
  • Reweaving the web of life
  • Catherine Reid
  • Cop tales
  • Grace Paley
  • Letter to the I.R.S.
Control code
8914563
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
viii, 440 pages
Isbn
9780865710160
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
82081879
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)5890
Label
Reweaving the web of life : feminism and nonviolence, edited by Pam McAllister
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages [428]-433
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Barbara Zanotti
  • Patriarchy is a killer: what people concerned about peace and justice should know
  • Donna Warnock
  • Women, peace and power
  • Jo Vellacott
  • (poem) A song for Gorgons
  • Barbara Deming
  • (Interview) Feminism and disobedience: conversations with Barbara Deming
  • Mab Segrest
  • (poem) Our stunning harvest
  • Introduction
  • Ellen Bass
  • Nonviolence and women: the pioneers
  • Margaret Hope Bacon
  • Ida B. Wells: "Free Speech" and Black struggle
  • Rosemarie Freeney-Harding
  • Jessie Daniel Ames: grass-roots anti-lynching campaign
  • Jacquelyn Dowd Hall
  • The Amazon was a pacifist
  • Karla Jay
  • Fannie Lou Hamer: Baptism by fire
  • The power of wimyn
  • Susan King
  • We started from opposite ends of the spectrum
  • Cynthia Washington
  • Women's consciousness and the Southern Black movement
  • Sara Evans
  • Sailing into test waters
  • Barbara Reynolds
  • How feminism changed the peace movement
  • Caroline WIldflower
  • Feminism and the nonviolent revolution
  • Judy Costello
  • Marion Bromley
  • Feminist spirituality and nonviolence
  • Margaret Bishop
  • Feminism and peace: the issues we work on
  • Kathy Bickmore
  • Suffering
  • Eleanora Patterson
  • Beyond Ghandhi: an American feminist's approach to nonviolence
  • Judy Costello
  • An open letter to Ghandhi
  • Part 1.
  • Lynne Shivers
  • The economic roots of the violent male culture
  • Lisa Leghorn
  • A talk for the Conference on Feminism and Militarism
  • Karen Malpede
  • Fear of "other": the common root of sexism and militarism
  • Cynthia Adcock
  • The lure of the death culture
  • Erika Duncan
  • More power than we want: masculine sexuality and violence
  • (Poem) I am a dangerous woman / Joan Cavanagh
  • Bruce Kokopeli and George Lakey
  • Sunpower/Moonpower/Transformation
  • Betsy Wright
  • Utopian visions: reflections on feminist and nonviolent thought
  • Paula Rayman
  • Only justice can stop a curse
  • Alice Walker
  • The future, if there is one, is female
  • Sally Miller Gearhart --
  • Reclaiming nonviolence: some thoughts for feminist womyn who used to be nonviolent and vice versa
  • Jane Meyerding
  • Patriarchy: a state of war
  • Meg Bowman
  • Fragment of a play in progress
  • Juanita Nelson
  • (fiction) Sweet life
  • Charlotte Marchant
  • Breaking the racism barrier: white anti-racism work
  • Donna Landerman
  • Women and the draft
  • Karen Lindsey
  • The Army will make a "man" out of you
  • Part 2.
  • Helen Michalowski
  • (fiction) Uneasy borders
  • Valerie Miner
  • Macho obstacles to peace
  • Ann Davidon
  • (poems) Daughters, I love you
  • Linda Hogan
  • The prevalence of the natural law within women: women and animal rights
  • Constantina Salamone
  • Assertiveness, nonviolence and feminism
  • (song) Foolish Notion
  • Priscilla Prutzman
  • Physical resistance to attack: the pacifist's dilemma, the feminist's hope
  • Pat James
  • Tentative steps toward nonviolent self defense
  • Pam McAllister
  • Abortion: a woman's right to live
  • Leah Fritz
  • Re-entering complexity
  • Rachel Bedard
  • (poem) ... And brings peace
  • Holly Near
  • Jay Bird
  • The passive violence of noninvolvement and our work of accountability
  • Sue Dove Gambill
  • Message to the next civilization
  • Joan Baez
  • Excerpts from the Unity Statement
  • Women's Pentagon Action
  • Reweaving the web of life
  • Catherine Reid
  • Cop tales
  • Grace Paley
  • Letter to the I.R.S.
Control code
8914563
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
viii, 440 pages
Isbn
9780865710160
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
82081879
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)5890

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