Keller, Frances Richardson1988 0-88946-637-8
The first translation and publication of a 1925 doctoral dissertation written for the University of Paris by a 67-year-old Black American expatriate woman who had been born a slave. Her study of the French revolutionists' view of slavery is crucial to understanding the growth of human rights.1990 0-88946-123-6
Essays include: "Passages to Gender Histories," "Surveying Clues to Forgotten Pasts," and "Surveying Our Inheritances" by Frances Richardson Keller; "The Myths of the Golden Age and the Fall: From Matriarchy to Patriarchy" by Elizabeth Judd; "The Amazon Legends" by Abby Wettan Kleinbaum; "The Black Madonna of Montserrat" by Mary Elizabeth Perry; "Etxeko-Andrea: The Missing Link? Women in Basque Culture" by Roslyn M. Frank; "Prostitution in Paris, 1789-1793: The Revolutionary Approach to Reforming and Regulating the `Filles Publiques'" by Jeanne Ojala; and "After Sappho, Aspasia, Xanthippe: Women as Equals in the Writings of Xenophon" by Joan Markley Todd and Joseph Cono.