By Jean Williams
This book is an ancient survey of women’s sport from 1850-1960. It seems to be at a number of the more moderen methodological methods to writing activities historical past and increases questions about how the historical past of women’s game has up to now been formed by means of educational writers. Questions explored during this textual content comprise: What are the clean views and newly on hand assets for the historian of women’s activity? How do those take ahead verified debates on women’s position in wearing tradition and what novel techniques do they recommend? How can our appreciation of style, go back and forth, nutrients and scientific historical past be complex via women’s involvement in activity? How do we use a few of the present principles and methodologies within the contemporary literature at the historical past and sociology of activity that allows you to glance afresh at women’s participation? Jean Williams’s unique examine on those subject matters and extra might be an invaluable source for students within the fields of activities, women’s stories, historical past and sociology.
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A Contemporary History of Women's Sport, Part One: Sporting Women, 1850-1960 (Routledge Research in Sports History) by Jean Williams