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The Creation of Patriarchy (Women & History) (Women and History; V. 1) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 22. Oktober 1987

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"Excellent and worthwhile for a course on status and gender."--Prof. Hedrich, UCSanta Cruz
"Lerner places the patriarchal issues in a larger historical context--which is absolutely necessary for understanding how patriarchy functioned in ancient Israel, and how it finds expression in the Hebrew Scriptures."--Alice L. Laffey, College of the Holy Cross
"A provocative and challenging interpretation of the historical subordination of women."--The History Teacher
"Lerner's work represents a significant step forward in the development of the feminist critique of the patriarchal edifice of knowledge and the writing of women's history....A very serious, provocative and important book."--America
"An important book, worthy of careful study."--A.D. Kilmer, University of California, Berkeley
"May well be the most important work in feminist theory to appear in our generation."--New Directions for Women
"History in the grand mode....[It] should be on everyone's reading list."--The Women's Review of Books
"This book dramatically reopens a chapter of women's history that historians had thought was forever closed to them--the origins of the collective dominance of women by men."--Kathryn Kish Sklar, State University of New York, Binghamton
"Written by one of the most brilliant historians of our era, this book dramatically reopens a chapter of women's history that historians had thought was forever closed to them--the origins of the collective dominance of women by men. Its evidence is fascinating, its arguments compelling, and its
conclusions full of significance for our time as well as the distant past."--Kathryn Kish Sklar, University of California, Los Angeles
"Amagnificent achievement."--William Chafe, Duke University



"Excellent and worthwhile for a course on status and gender."--Prof. Hedrich, UCSanta Cruz
"Lerner places the patriarchal issues in a larger historical context--which is absolutely necessary for understanding how patriarchy functioned in ancient Israel, and how it finds expression in the Hebrew Scriptures."--Alice L. Laffey, College of the Holy Cross
"A provocative and challenging interpretation of the historical subordination of women."--The History Teacher
"Lerner's work represents a significant step forward in the development of the feminist critique of the patriarchal edifice of knowledge and the writing of women's history....A very serious, provocative and important book."--America
"An important book, worthy of careful study."--A.D. Kilmer, University of California, Berkeley
"May well be the most important work in feminist theory to appear in our generation."--New Directions for Women
"History in the grand mode....[It] should be on everyone's reading list."--The Women's Review of Books
"This book dramatically reopens a chapter of women's history that historians had thought was forever closed to them--the origins of the collective dominance of women by men."--Kathryn Kish Sklar, State University of New York, Binghamton
"Written by one of the most brilliant historians of our era, this book dramatically reopens a chapter of women's history that historians had thought was forever closed to them--the origins of the collective dominance of women by men. Its evidence is fascinating, its arguments compelling, and its
conclusions full of significance for our time as well as the distant past."--KathrynKish Sklar, University of California, Los Angeles
"A magnificent achievement."--William Chafe, Duke University


"Excellent and worthwhile for a course on status and gender."--Prof. Hedrich, UCSanta Cruz
"Lerner places the patriarchal issues in a larger historical context--which is absolutely necessary for understanding how patriarchy functioned in ancient Israel, and how it finds expression in the Hebrew Scriptures."--Alice L. Laffey, College of the Holy Cross
"A provocative and challenging interpretation of the historical subordination of women."--The History Teacher
"Lerner's work represents a significant step forward in the development of the feminist critique of the patriarchal edifice of knowledge and the writing of women's history....A very serious, provocative and important book."--America
"An important book, worthy of careful study."--A.D. Kilmer, University of California, Berkeley
"May well be the most important work in feminist theory to appear in our generation."--New Directions for Women
"History in the grand mode....[It] should be on everyone's reading list."--The Women's Review of Books
"This book dramatically reopens a chapter of women's history that historians had thought was forever closed to them--the origins of the collective dominance of women by men."--Kathryn Kish Sklar, State University of New York, Binghamton
"Written by one of the most brilliant historians of our era, this book dramatically reopens a chapter of women's history that historians had thought was forever closed to them--the origins of the collective dominance of women by men. Its evidence is fascinating, its arguments compelling, and its conclusions full of significance for our time as well as the distant past."--Kathryn Kish Sklar, University of California, Los Angeles
"A magnificent achievement."--William Chafe, Duke University



"Excellent and worthwhile for a course on status and gender."--Prof. Hedrich, UCSanta Cruz


"Lerner places the patriarchal issues in a larger historical context--which is absolutely necessary for understanding how patriarchy functioned in ancient Israel, and how it finds expression in the Hebrew Scriptures."--Alice L. Laffey, College of the Holy Cross


"A provocative and challenging interpretation of the historical subordination of women."--The History Teacher


"Lerner's work represents a significant step forward in the development of the feminist critique of the patriarchal edifice of knowledge and the writing of women's history....A very serious, provocative and important book."--America


"An important book, worthy of careful study."--A.D. Kilmer, University of California, Berkeley


"May well be the most important work in feminist theory to appear in our generation."--New Directions for Women


"History in the grand mode....[It] should be on everyone's reading list."--The Women's Review of Books


"This book dramatically reopens a chapter of women's history that historians had thought was forever closed to them--the origins of the collective dominance of women by men."--Kathryn Kish Sklar, State University of New York, Binghamton


"Written by one of the most brilliant historians of our era, this book dramatically reopens a chapter of women's history that historians had thought was forever closed to them--the origins of the collective dominance of women by men. Its evidence is fascinating, its arguments compelling, and its conclusions full of significance for our time as well as the distant past."--Kathryn Kish Sklar, University of California, Los Angeles


"A magnificent achievement."--William Chafe, Duke University


Synopsis

When precisely did the ideas, symbols and metaphors of patriarchy take hold of Western civilization? When were women, so central to the creation of society, moved on to the sidelines? Where is the evidence to support the notion that male dominance over women is a natural state of things? Gerda Lerner's radical review of Western civilization shows that male dominance over women has nothing to do with biology, and everything to do with cultural and historical habits. Dr Lerner draws her evidence from a host of archaeological, literary, and artistic sources, using them to pinpoint the critical turning points in the allocation of women's roles in society. She draws especially on archaeological evidence of the cultures of ancient Hebrew and Mesopotamian societies, cultures from which modern Western civilization has largely derived. This approach enables her to trace the ways in which men and women have been classified as essentially separate creatures - from ancient Greek philosophy onwards - and also to examine ways in which their experience of society differs, through the structures and symbols of class and religion.

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The just cause of feminism is done great harm by books like this that completely fail to read ancient material, contextualy. The "idea" that The Iliad was/is "sexist" would be laughable were it not pernicious because so few people who read Lerner will bother to read Homer, let alone the mountain of scholarly work on the meanings of "his" poems.
Telemecus' sacrifice of 12 slave women has zero to do with "sexism" and everything to do with an ancient concept of divinity rooted in ritualized repetitions of "sacred" numbers.
As in the credits for movies where the studio offers a disclaimer that,"no animals were harmed in the making of this motion picture" someone needs to explain to Ms. Lerner that the "people" in the Iliad and the Odyssey were as real as "Christ's" transubstatiation. And before anyone suggests that the "symbolism" still represents a "sexist" culture, it should be pointed out that the 12 were a symbolic gift to the FEMININE spirit for whom Odysseus was laboring, and that, though it was, by our standards, TODAY, "barbaric" the culture of ancient Greece, viewed the Iliad and the Odyssey as epics in celebration of the power of the feminine, as they understood it.
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I thought this book was wonderful because it brings up many topics that get your brain thinking in totally different ways. I am currently doing a research paper on the possiblities of Mother Goddess worship in ancient times and this book has been very helpful. What makes this book different from a lot that I have read on the subject is that she shows many different sides to the topics she brings up. This is great because most of the subject is subjective anyway. The book is also very easy to read and follow. It's a great read!
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While I completely agree with the other review listed, I just wanted to give a few words of warning. This book is long and quite frankly, boring. While Learner brings up some very interesting ideas about the transition of society from matriarchy to patriachy, and is a decent writer, she is only truly brilliant and inspirational occasionally. I do recommend this book for research purposes and it has a fabulous bibliography for making research easier.
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Highly recommended to anyone with the slightest interest in history or women's studies. This book could change the way you look at life! Gerda Lerner tracks the oppression of women from over millions of years ago and shows how a biological difference between the genders turned into a cultural difference. Read this book!!!!
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While this book can be (and is) boring, and while the anger expressed within might be outdated, Lerner (who was writing in the 80s) does an excellent job of displaying some of the reasons WHY we continue to act as we do. Her discussion of the origins of marriage and female slavery were especially helpful.
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