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  • May 2005: (Science) womanifesto (suprisingly still pretty true to the theme of my blog) and Lessons learned in New Orleans - I'd probably mark that conference as one of the turning points in my ABD career.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • The American female politicians have been getting up a womanifesto (as Thackeray called the Stafford House Anti-Slavery Protest), in opposition to the famous Declaration of Independence of their ancestors and fellow-countrymen, protesting against that celebrated document as worse than meaningless, while "woman," as they call us, remains in her present position of political non-existence.

    Further Records, 1848-1883: A Series of Letters

  • Don’t think of the slabs and slices and chunks of words as chapters that unfold in a logical manner or reveal some artfully woven plotline or ironclad womanifesto.

    Roseanne Archy

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  • Womanifesto was also used in NY Times Upfront Magazine article "1920: Women Get the Vote" by Sam Roberts. Article published: 5 September, 2005 (pp. 24-26)

    November 13, 2010

  • Womanifesto is also the title of a poem by Alison Lambert, published in the journal 'Hecate' in May 1992, v18, n1, p105.

    November 13, 2010

  • Term coined (?)/used by Sandra Tsing Loh on one of her bits on NPR--The Loh Down.

    November 11, 2008