Stronger, Surer, Bolder: Ruth Nita Barrow : Social Change and International Development
$9.99
Stronger, Surer, Bolder: Ruth Nita Barrow : Social Change and International Development
By Eudine Barriteau, Alan Gregor Cobley
US$ 9.99
Book Description

Table of Contents
  • Contents
  • Tables
  • Foreword
  • Acknowledgments
  • Abbreviations
  • Part 1. Introduction: Caribbean Women Creating Change
    • 1. Before WID, Beyond GAD: Caribbean Women Creating Change
  • Part 2. A West Indian Consciousness, A Colonial Context
    • 2. A West Indian Feminist Consciousness
    • 3. Nursing Colonial Wounds: Nita Barrow and Public Health Reformafter the 1930s Workers' Revolution
  • Part 3. The Politics of Health, Nursing, andNetworking
    • 4. Nursing Politics and Social Change in the Caribbean: The Nita Barrow Years
    • 5. The Smell of Sweet Apples
    • 6. Environmental Management Through Individual Commitment, Community Efforts, and Institutional Support
  • Part 4. Citizen and State Diplomacy
    • 7. Institutionalized Violence and the Role of Human Sympathy: The Case of the Eminent Persons Group to South Africa
    • 8. Dame Nita: A Profile in Service
  • Part 5. International Leadership, International Service
    • 9. The Challenge of Innovative Leadership of a Traditional Women's Organization: The World YWCA and Ruth Nita Barrow
    • 10. A Personal Reflection on Nita Barrow and the International Council for Adult Education, 1979-1990
    • 11. A Selective Curriculum Vitae of The Honourable Dame Nita Barrow, 1916-1995
  • References
  • Contributors
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