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Women's power [videorecording] / research, script, design, graphics, and video production, Max Dashú
Alternate Title Title on container label: Women's power in global perspective [videorecording]
Oakland, CA : Suppressed Histories Archives, [2008]
Location Call Number Status
 Videos/2nd Flr  HQ1123 .W633 2008    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Women -- History
Women in public life -- History
Women -- Social conditions -- History
Women -- History -- Cross-cultural studies
Women -- Africa -- History
Women -- Asia, Central -- History
Women -- Central America -- History
Women -- Eurasia -- History
Women -- Europe -- History
Women -- North America -- History
Women -- Pictorial works
Leadership in women
Documentary films
Educational films
Physical Description 1 videodisc (86 min.) : sd., col.; 4 3/4 in
Note - System Details DVD
Note LIBRARY'S COPY INCLUDES NON-COMMERCIAL PUBLIC PERFORMANCE RIGHTS
Special features : Restoring Women to cultural memory (4 min.); More early female M.D.s (2 min.)
Credits Theme music, Terri Rivera Piatt with Lynn Waters and Chip Murdock
Summary In this video, historian Max Dashú begins with a few questions: Where are the women? Why are there so few in 'recorded' history? How have women been written out of history? In answer, this video documents female leadership, creativity, wisdom, and courage, around the world and over thousands of years. These are the bold and creative women you always knew existed, kept out of the history books and off the screen. They are women famous and anonymous, ancient and modern, who were active in politics, economics, religion, medicine, and the arts and letters. Proof of their reality will change how you think about female humanity, and expand the boundaries of 'acceptable' history
Contents They skipped her when they wrote history -- Monumental women : ancestral mothers -- Founders, chieftains, and queens -- Clan mothers: Structural social power -- Builders, potters, weavers and other life-sustaining arts and technologies -- Providers: Foragers, farmers, fishers and traders -- [Part two] Women elders -- Seers, shamans, priestesses -- Healers, medicine women, physicians -- Poets, writers, musicians -- Educators and scientists -- Athletes, warriors, rebels -- Revolutionaries and liberators -- Activists for justice and peace
Alternate Author Dashú, Max

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