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Title Rosa Manus (1881-1942) : the international life and legacy of a Jewish Dutch feminist / edited by Myriam Everard and Francisca de Haan
Published Leiden : Boston : Brill, [2017]
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Series Studies in Jewish history and culture ; Volume 51
Studies in Jewish history and culture ; v. 51
Contents Machine generated contents note: pt. 1 Essays -- 1. Rosa Manus: The Genealogy of a Jewish Dutch Feminist / Myriam Everard -- 2. Rosa Manus at the 1915 International Congress of Women in The Hague and Her Involvement in the Early WILPF / Annika Wilmers -- 3. Rosa Manus, Katharina von Kardorff-Oheimb and the Bonds of High-Financial Womanhood / Mineke Bosch -- 4. Global Visions: The Women's Disarmament Committee (1931 -- 1939) and the International Politics of Disarmament in the 1930s / Karen Garner -- 5. Trying to Stem the Tide: Rosa Manus's Peace Activism in the 1930s / Ellen Carol DuBois -- 6. Rosa Manus in Cairo, 1935, and Copenhagen, 1939: Encounters with Egyptians / Margot Badran -- 7. Memory Is Power: Rosa Manus, Rosika Schwimmer and the Struggle about Establishing an International Women's Archive / Dagmar Wernitznig -- 8. Fateful Politics: The Itinerary of Rosa Manus, 1933 -- 1942 / Myriam Everard -- pt. 2 Pictures -- 9.1. Carrie Chapman Catt and Rosa Manus, [London 1909] -- 9.2. Board members of the exhibition "De Vrouw 1813 -- 1913" (Woman 1813 -- 1913), with Carrie Chapman Catt, Amsterdam 1913 -- 9.3. Bertha von Suttner at the exhibition "De Vrouw 1813 -- 1913" (Woman 1813 -- 1913), Amsterdam, September 1913 -- 9.4. Ex libris of Rosa Manus, 1915 -- 1919 -- 9.5. Boardroom at the Dutch Vereeniging voor Vrouwenkiesrecht (Association for Women's Suffrage) headquarters, Amsterdam 1917 -- 1919 -- 9.6. Bertha Lutz and other Brazilian feminists with visitors Carrie Chapman Catt and Rosa Manus, Rio de Janeiro, December 1922 -- 9.7. Rosa Manus, Paris 1926 -- 9.8. Mary Allen, Helen Tagart, Rosa Manus, Cornelia van Ooy and (most likely) Herman Geurs, Amsterdam 1927 -- 9.9. President's gavel of the Amsterdam Branch of the Nederlandsche Vereeniging van Staatsburgeressen (Dutch Association of Women Citizens), 1927 -- 9.10. Rosa Manus, Amsterdam 1928 -- 9.11. IAW Board in the garden of Woodgate, country house of the Corbett family, 1928 -- 9.12. IAW Board at the IAW Jubilee Congress in Berlin, 1929 -- 9.13. Rosa Manus, Berlin 1929 -- 9.14. Ida Husted Harper, The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony, Vol. 2 (1898), with a handwritten dedication by Susan B. Anthony to Aletta Jacobs (1904) and an ex libris of Rosa Manus -- 9.15. Rosa Manus signing the petition to the 1932 League of Nations Disarmament Conference -- 9.16. Rosa Manus at her desk in her office at home, Amsterdam, 1935 or after -- 9.17. Rosa Manus knitting in her office at home, Amsterdam, 1935 or after -- 9.18. Margery Corbett Ashby, London [between 1933 and 1935] -- 9.19. IAW Board meeting at the IAV offices, Amsterdam, May 1936 -- 9.20. Marthe Boel, Brussels, 1936 or before -- 9.21. Korps Vrouwelijke Vrijwilligers (Women's Voluntary Corps) in front of its headquarters, Amsterdam 1939 -- pt. 3 Documents -- 1. Aletta H. Jacobs and Rosa Manus, "Dear Presidents and Officers," 1 December 1914 -- 2. Rosa Manus, "Personal Reminiscences," 1919 -- 3. Rosa Manus, "Report of the Presentation of Petitions to the Disarmament Conference, Geneva, February 6, 1932" -- 4. Jo van Ammers-Kuller, "Rosa Manus," 1933 -- 5. Rosa Manus to Carrie Chapman Catt, Amsterdam, 22 September 1933 -- 6. Suat Dervis, interview with Rosa Manus, 9 April 1935 -- 7. Rosa Manus to Jane de Iongh, [Amsterdam] 5 November 1935 -- 8. Rosa Manus to B.J.A. de Kanter-van Hettinga Tromp, Brussels, 25 August 1936 -- 9. Rosa Manus to Rosa Bodenheimer, Amsterdam, 9 February 1937 -- 10. Henriette Polak to Henriette Polak-Schwarz, Ravensbruck, March 1942 -- 11. G.C.W. van Tets van Goudriaan to Olive A. Colton, Stockbridge, Mass., 23 July 1942 -- 12. Christine Bakker-van Bosse to Margery Corbett Ashby, The Hague, 14 May 1945 -- 13. Hans van der Meulen, "Third Chapter," in "Rosa Manus. Nazi victim, compiled by dr Hans van der Meulen," [1948]
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Manus, Rosette Suzanne, 1881-1942.
Internationaal Archief voor de Vrouwenbeweging -- Presidents -- Biography.
International Alliance of Women.
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.
Feminism -- Netherlands -- Biography.
Jewish women -- Netherlands -- Biography.
Netherlands -- Biography.
Genre/Form Biography.
Biographies.
Form Electronic book
Author Everard, Myriam, editor
Haan, Francisca de, 1957- editor
LC no. 2016035972
ISBN 9004333185 (electronic bk.)
9789004333185 (electronic bk.)
(hardback ;) (alk. paper)