- Author:Aletta Jacobs,Harriet Feinberg
- Publisher:The Feminist Press at CUNY (May 1, 1996)
- Pages:272 pages
- Subcategory:Professionals & Academics
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Based on her experiences obtaining that education and treating women patients, she became a national and international leader in the campaigns for birth control, the women's world peace movement, and women's suffrage.
Based on her experiences obtaining that education and treating women patients, she became a national and international leader in the campaigns for birth control, the women's world peace movement, and women's suffrage. Among the women she worked with were Jane Addams and Carrie Chapman Catt. Her autobiography, published in Dutch in 1924, appears here for the first time in English.
Meeting with Aletta Jacobs, the delegation decided to split up with Ramondt-Hirschmann and . Jacobs, Aletta Henriette (1996). Feinberg, Harriet; Wright, Annie (translator) (ed. Memories: My Life as an International Leader in Health, Suffrage, and Peace.
Meeting with Aletta Jacobs, the delegation decided to split up with Ramondt-Hirschmann and Schwimmer approaching the German Foreign Minister Gottlieb von Jagow, while Balch and Macmillan spoke with the Lord President of the Council Crewe, who was acting British Foreign Secretary. Von Jagow did not see any practical result, but agreed that Germany was not opposed to neutral mediation. New York, New York: Feminist Press at City of New York. ISBN 978-1-55861-138-2.
Memories: My Life as an International Leader in Health, Suffrage, and Peace by Aletta Jacobs; Harriet Feinberg; Annie . John Zeis & Jonathan Jacobs - 1983 - International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 14 (1):17 - 23. History, Time, Meaning, and Memory
Memories: My Life as an International Leader in Health, Suffrage, and Peace by Aletta Jacobs; Harriet Feinberg; Annie Wright. Ida Stamhuis - 1998 - Isis: A Journal of the History of Science 89:354-355. The Idea of a Personal History. Jonathan Jacobs - 1984 - International Philosophical Quarterly 24 (2):179-187. The Development of English Thought a Study in the Economic Interpretation of History. Simon N. Patten - 1899 - Macmillan. History, Time, Meaning, and Memory. Ideas for the Sociology of Religion. Barbara Jones Denison (e.
Memories: My Life as an International Leader in Health, Suffrage, and Peace. Life and Career of a Woman Scientist in Berlin. Englera 7, 17–28Google Scholar. Historical afterword by Harriet Pass Freidenreich. Literary afterword by Harriet Feinberg. New York: Feminist PressGoogle Scholar.
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Aletta Henriëtte Jacobs worked actively with prostitutes, providing them a newly-invented contraceptive called a diaphragm (the design of which she added improvements of her own). by Lio Mangubat Feb 11, 2018. When they went down for lunch (served by the Swiss chef . Meyer), the acting governor-general himself, Newton Gilbert, was already there to greet them, offer his assistance in everything might want to see or know. As a recognized leader of the international suffragette movement, Catt was already a celebrity among the elite circles in Manila.
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The first of Aletta Jacobs's major works available in English, Memories introduces American readers to a remarkable woman-a key Dutch feminist who herself broke new ground, and who worked alongside world-renowned leaders in the progressive movements of the early twentieth century.
Aletta Jacobs learned to lvoe the medical profession from her physician father, who took her on his rounds. Despite a sex-segregated education system, she became the nations's first woman to earn a medical degree. Jacobs's experiences as a doctor led her to pioneering health care reforms for prostitutes and saleswomen, as well as campaigns for the acceptance and availability of reliable birth control.
Aletta Jacob's career included equally remarkable achievements in the international woman's suffrage and peace movements, where she worked closely with U.S. activists Jane Addams and Carrie Chapman Catt. Jacobs and Catt made frequent lecture tours together, culminating in a tour of Africa and Asia that combined avid sightseeing with speaking engagements in every country they visited.
In Memories, Jacobs recounts all of these experiences, and spiritedly imparts her opinions-such as her disdain for the customs that restricted women to theater balcony seats and chastised them for walking alone at night. By turns witty, impassioned, and poignant, Memories brings to life a time of enormous changes for women-and one of the women who helped bring about the changes.