Country Bookshelf is thrilled to welcome local author Kirsten Swinth, who will discuss and sign Feminism's Forgotten Fight, Thursday, November 1st at 6pm. Read on for more information about the event, the author, and her new book!
This event is free and open to the public. To join the signing line and have books signed by the author at this event, please consider purchasing your copy of Feminism's Forgotten Fight from Country Bookshelf, either in-store, over the phone, or online (scroll down). By purchasing your book from Country Bookshelf, you are not only supporting a locally owned, independent business, but you are also showing publishers that they should continue sending authors to Country Bookshelf. The author's previous titles will be available for purchase at the event as supplies last.
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More about Feminism's Forgotten Fight
A spirited defense of feminism, arguing that the lack of support for working mothers is less a failure of 1960s-‘70s feminism than a rejection by reactionaries of the sweeping changes they campaigned for. Kirsten Swinth resurrects the movement’s comprehensive vision for work and family at a time when feminism’s principles are under renewed attack.
More about Kirsten Swinth
Kirsten Swinth is associate professor of history and American studies at Fordham University in New York. A graduate of Bozeman high school, she earned degrees from Stanford and Yale universities. Winner of multiple awards, she is the author of Painting Professionals: Women Artists and the Development of Modern American Art, 1870-1930(2001).