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Working-class culture, women, and Britain, 1914-1921

Claire A Culleton

Working-class culture, women, and Britain, 1914-1921

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Published by St. Martin"s Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Women -- Great Britain,
  • Working class women -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [201]-213) and index

    StatementClaire A. Culleton
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsD639.W7 C79 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 221 p. :
    Number of Pages221
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16969699M
    ISBN 100312225415
    LC Control Number99027686


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This history "from below" studies the cultural and social consequences of British working class women’s practical engagement in the First World War.

As such, it aims to transform our understanding of the nature and scope of "war" as a cultural and social category, one that constructs myths of class and gender solidarity, while manipulating class loyalties, and fueling class distinctions.

Download Citation | Claire A. Culleton, Working-Class Culture, Women, and Britain, – New York: St. Martin's Press, pp. $ cloth | Claire Culleton's study of working-class. Deborah Thom's Nice Girls and Rude Girls: Women Workers in World War One and Claire Culleton's Working Class Culture, Women and Britain, are both interesting and thoughtful works on the history of women's work during World War I.

Overview Chapter 1, Women's War Work, The Right to Serve March The working-class was better off financially Many writers focus on women's allowances Chapter 3, The Dangers of First World War Work Discussion of worker's wage and spending habits Passante and flaneuse.

Book Description: This work challenges the field of British cultural studies to return to the question of social class as a primary focus of study. The chapters examine contemporary working-class life and its depiction in the media through a number of case studies on topics such as popular cinema, football, romance magazines and club culture.

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Claire Culleton refutes the claims of extravagance saying that in fact only sales of necessities increased in working class areas, and that the women were thrifty saving part of their wages in on-site savings schemes, or used them charitably, to send parcels to soldiers or to.

Working-Class Culture, Women, and Britain by Claire A Culleton (Macmillan, ) Feminism and Democracy: Women's Suffrage and Reform Politics in Britain, by Sandra Stanley. Women's work has proved to be an important and lively subject of debate for historians.

An earlier focus on the pay, conditions and occupational opportunities of predominantly blue-collar working-class women has now been joined by an interest in other social groups (white-collar workers, clerical workers and professionals) as well as in the cultural practices of the work place, reflecting in.

Claire A. Culleton, Working-Class Culture, Women, and Britain, – New York: St. Martin's Pre April International Labor and Working-Class History. Claire A. Culleton, Working-Class Culture, Women, and Britain, New York: St. Martin's Press, pp. $ cloth. Claire Culleton's study of working-class women in First World War Britain is an ambitious project that aims at a "comprehensive analysis of the complexities.

Another book (via google books) Working-class culture, women, and Britain, By Claire A. Culleton refers to The War Worker, London: Imperial War Museum Department of Printed Books. If you look at (). Book reviews. Women's History Review: Vol. 10, No. 4, pp. (Routledge, ). Claire A. Culeton, Working Class Culture, Women, and Britain, (Macmillan, ).

Deborah Thom, Nice Girls and Rude Girls (I.B. Tauris, ) about British women's lives in WWI. Gill Thomas Life on All Fronts (Cambridge U Press, ).

Claire A. Culleton is Professor of English at Kent State University, USA. Her books include Names and Naming in Joyce; Working-Class Culture, Women, and Britain, ; and Joyce and the G-Men: J. Edgar Hoover’s Manipulation of has also collaborated on two co-edited collections, Modernism on File: Writers, Artists, and the FBI, and Irish Modernism and the Global.

Women and Work Culture: Britain c edited by Krista Cowman and Louise A Jackson. Nice Girls and Rude Girls: Women workers in World War I by Deborah Thom. Working Class Culture, Women, and Britain by Claire A Culleton. Life on All Fronts: Women. In Working-Class Culture, Women, and Britain, – Culleton analyzes "the public perceptions and images of female industrial workers during the war, and how women workers themselves responded to the dominant social imagery, the realities and dangers of industrial work, and their identities as workers," according to Amy Bell, writing in Labour/Le Travail.

Books Britain, India and the Arabs description Object description. Bibl.:p Object description. Includes index. Show more. Object details Category Books Working class culture, women and Britain, Books. Anglo-Arab relations and the question of Palestine BRITISH WOMEN'S WORK DURING THE GREAT WAR (Author) LITTLE, HELEN D.

(Author) (Publisher) Object Title Working class culture, women and Britain, The unprecedented magnitude of death during World War I forever altered how people perceived their world and how they represented those perceptions.

In Postcards from the Trenches, Allyson Booth traces the complex relationship between British Great War culture and modernist writings. She shows that, through the experience of the Great War, both civilian and combatant modernist writers found.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Claire Culleton books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. The rallying of much of the feminist movement to support for the government, and even to enthusiasm for the war in is well-known.

This article looks at a leader of a section of the suffragettes which followed a very different path. Sylvia Pankhurst broke with her patriotic mother and sister to work among working women in the East of London, using dynamic and original forms of activism to. Book Review: Date: Words: Previous Article: Rum Punch and Revolution: Taverngoing and Public Life in Eighteenth-Century Philadelphia.

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My research interests include twentieth-century Irish, British and American literature and culture. I have written three books focused on this period—-Joyce and the G-Men: J. Edgar Hoover’s Manipulation of Modernism (Palgrave Macmillan, ); Working-Class Culture, Women, and Britain, (Palgrave Macmillan, ), Names and Naming in Joyce (University of Wisconsin Press, Angier, Natalie.

Woman: An Intimate Geography. New York: Anchor Books, Pp. Paper $ Hardcover first published in by Houghton Claire A. Working-Class Culture, Women, and Britain, New consequences of British working-class women's practical engagement in World War I. Cuomo, Chris J., and Kim Q.

Hall, eds. Culleton, Claire A, Working Class Culture, Women, and Britain, London: Palgrave MacMillan, Daniel, Ute; Margaret Ries (translator), The War from Within: German Women in the First World War (Legacy of the Great War S.) Oxford and Gordonsville, VA: Berg Publishers, The War from Within: German Working-Class Women in the First World War (NY: Berg, ).

Ferguson, Niall. The Pity of War. Explaining World War I (NY: Basic Books, ). Fussell, Paul. The Great War & Modern Memory [] (NY: Oxford, ). Gavin, Lettie. American Women in World War I: They Also Served (Niwot CO: U.

Press of Colorado, ). Gotham Book Mart, New York City, • Working-Class Women Writers in World War I Britain.

Colloquium Series on Feminist Research, Kent State University, Kent, • Working-Class Culture, Women, and Britain, New York: St. Martin's. Culleton's research interests include 20th century Irish, British, and American literature and culture and has authored three books focused on this period - Joyce and the G-Men: J.

Edgar Hoover's Manipulation of Modernism (Palgrave Macmillan, ); Working-Class Culture, Women, and Britain, (Palgrave Macmillan, ), Names and. Claire Culleton, Working-Class Culture, Women, and Britain, (New York: St.

Martin’s Press, ) in. History. (Fall ) Martin Pugh, The March of the Women: A Revisionist Analysis of the Campaign for Women’s Suffrage, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ) in. Victorian Studies (Spring ). A skilled London coach-maker could earn up to five guineas (£5, five shillings) a week – considerably more than most middle class clerks.

This was the top of the working class pyramid. The railways generated employment for porters and cab-drivers.

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Her books focus on 20th century culture— Names and Naming in Joyce; Working-Class Culture, Women, and Britain, –; and. Joyce and the G-Men: J. Edgar Hoover’s Manipulation of Modernism.

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