12 edition of Women in the mines found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 321-328) and index.
|Series||Twayne"s oral history series ;, no. 20|
|LC Classifications||HD6073.M6152 U65 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||liv, 337 p. :|
|Number of Pages||337|
|LC Control Number||95045620|
"A Mine of Her Own: Women Prospectors in the American West, " was selected by the Mining History Association as one of the top mining books of . The study ‘Mining for Talent,’ published early in and conducted by Women in Mining (UK) and Price-Waterhouse Coopers, stated that the mining industry has the lowest number of women on company boards of any industry group worldwide. South Africa is one country which is leading the rest in terms of employing women in the mining and.
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I just finished reading Marat Moore's book "Women in the Mines," in which 24 women share their experiences while working as coal miners. Moore, who worked in the mines herself, is a skilled interviewer who has written these women's stories with compassion and great by: She has authored or co-authored more than a dozen articles and book chapters, including "Barriers to Women's Advancement in Underground Coal Mining" (Rural Sociology, ) and "Gendered Relations in the Mines and the Division of Labor Underground" (Gender and Society, ), which was reprinted in the textbook A Psychology of Women Reader ().Cited by: In this book, he criticises the mining industry’s obsession with “women in mining”, and bemoans the lack of attention that is paid in this industry to broader research on gender.
Drawing on ideas from the fields of gender studies and cultural studies, Dean creates a new vision for gender in the mining industry which promises to break.
Introduction 7 A Century of Women at Mines T he Century Book outlines the evolution of women’s par-ticipation in studies at the Colorado School of Mines.
This document originally started out to be a memory book for the Caldwell Celebration that was held by Mines women, for Mines women, October 3, 4 and 5, During the years. The book shows that women are engaged in various kinds of mining and illustrates how gender and inequality are constructed and sustained in the mines, and also how ethnic identities intersect with those gendered identities.
King Solomon's Mines () is a popular novel by the English Victorian adventure writer and fabulist Sir H. Rider tells of a search of an unexplored region of Africa by a group of adventurers led by Allan Quatermain for the missing brother of one of the party.
It is the first English adventure novel set in Africa, and is considered to be the genesis of the lost world literary genre. Jenson v.
Eveleth Taconite Co., F.3d (8th Cir. ), was the first class-action sexual harassment lawsuit in the United was filed in on behalf of Lois Jenson and other female workers at the EVTAC mine in Eveleth, Minnesota on the. Mining Book Digest: Stories of women in leadership, trends empowering them and more.
From accounts of the Spanish Flu to COVID, DTE tracks contemporary books on. The outcome of this inquiry was swift—the Miners and Collieries Act forbade all women and girls, and any boy under the age of 10, from working in the mines.
Women in the early s were barred from working underground in the coal mines, but their work above ground was integral to the coal camp system. From the bestselling and award-winning author of The Sparrow comes “historical fiction that feels uncomfortably relevant today” (Kirkus Reviews) about “America’s Joan of Arc”—the courageous woman who started a rebellion by leading a strike against the largest copper mining company in the world.
In Julytwenty-five-year-old Annie Clements has seen enough of the world to know Brand: Atria Books. Tel: +27 11 Bridgette Radebe became the first black South African deep-level, hard-rock mining entrepreneur in the s. The groundbreaking book, Truth Be Told: Perspectives on the Great West Virginia Mine War, to Present, spends a few chapters examining what is known as the “Esau” system.
Few people in America today live with the dangers and deprivations that Appalachian coal mining families experience.
But to the eighteen West Virginia women Carol Giesen interviewed for this book, hard times are just everyday life. The novel focuses on a mining strike in Northern Michigan in as mostly seen through the eyes of the women of the town.
Specifically, the story focuses on Annie Clements — known as Big Annie — who was the head of the Women’s Auxiliary and instrumental An enthusiastic 4 stars!/5(). This book too mines a rich seam.' - Angela V.
John, Honorary Professor of History, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK and author of By The Sweat of Their Brow: Women Workers at Victorian Coal Mines 'Mining Women mines the historic and global variety of women's participation in an industry commonly thought of as a masculine preserve.
The study ‘Mining for Talent,’ published early in and conducted by Women in Mining (UK) and Price-Waterhouse Coopers, stated that the mining industry has the lowest number of women. Lois Jensen and the other women who broke the barrier for women by getting jobs in the Eveleth Mines in northern Minnesota have a story that needs to be told.
This book is about the relentless sexual harassment that they endured on the job. The mines were court ordered to hire women and these women began working there in the 's.4/5(68). American Association of University Women Chapter and National Women's History Museum Honor the Real Women of “North Country” In Aprilthe Hibbing, Minnesota, chapter of the American Association of University Women held a ceremony honoring the women workers at Eveleth Mines who filed the first class-action sexual harassment lawsuit.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: liv, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. Contents: pt. A cast of voices: the speakers --Barbed wire and Easter lace: Helen Korich Krmpotich --A child among strangers: Elizabeth Stull Crawford --Hand-diggin' times: Elizabeth Zofchak Leach Stevens --Girl miner: Ethel Day Smith --Living on the wild: Irene Adkins Dolin --A life.
Russell (Epitaph,etc.) offers a lesson in American labor relations in this fictional portrait of Anna Klobuchar Clements, a year-old miner’s wife who led a wildcat strike against the large Calumet, Michigan, copper mining company Calumet & Hecla in Though little remembered today, Annie Clements acquired the soubriquet “America’s Joan of Arc” for her leadership during the.Suzanne E.
Tallichet is Professor in the Department of Sociology, Social Work, and Criminology at Morehead State University in Kentucky. She has authored or co-authored more than a dozen articles and book chapters, including "Barriers to Women's Advancement in Underground Coal Mining" (Rural Sociology, ) and "Gendered Relations in the Mines and the Division of Labor Underground" .The women of the mines became a common scapegoat- men and non-mining women would spew rhetoric we still hear today.
"They’re taking our jobs," the jobs of fathers, brothers and husbands. There were accidents in the mines that were intentional acts (see photo with quote below from an African American female miner), but reported as accidents.