Columbia College Chapter 22 Global Feminism Making the Modern World Paper

Based upon your careful reading of chapter 22, the primary sources in the “Working with Evidence section (pp. 1006-1015), and the Historians’ Voices section at the very end of the chapter, what variations or conflicting feminist perspectives can you identify in the “Working with Evidence” section? Which seem most important and why? As always, be sure to use specific evidence from the reading to support your argument.

Attached is the Working with evidence and Historians voices from chapter 22 of my textbook. Below is the textbook that we use


Since the Fifteenth Century

Ways of the World

A Brief Global History with Sources


  • Robert W. Strayer
  • The College at Brockport: State University of New York
  • Eric W. Nelson
  • Missouri State University

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