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Nationalism and Women’s Movement in South India, 1917-1947

 
P.N. Premalatha (Author)
Synopsis Though women had contributed significantly to the social and economic progress of our nation, there has been lack of conscious effort to dig out and organize the scattered and fragmented records which speak volumes about their contributions. There is a great need to integrate women in history and include their contributions in the building of our nation. This work is an attempt in that direction. The most striking feature of this book is that it has not only explored the contributions of women for their own liberation but also to our country’s liberation. Status of women from ancient period to the early part of the twentieth century, the factors responsible for the awakening of women, their role in the freedom movement, the establishment of Women’s India Association, the first all India women’s organisation in Madras in 1917 and its works in connection with ameliorating the conditions of women are some of the important features covered in this book. This work provides a comprehensive picture regarding the status of women and women’s movement in the southern part of our country till India attained its independence.
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About the author

P.N. Premalatha

Dr. P.N. Premalatha is a Reader in the Department of Historical Studies and Tourism Management, Mother Teresa Women's University, Kodaikanal and placed at the Research and Extension Centre of the University at Chennai. She is also the Co-ordinator of the School of distance Education, Chennai Centre. She has published two books in Tamil titled Indian Women: From Ancient Period to 1947 (1997) and Tourism Development: Basic Components and Us Impact (2000) both sponsored by the Tamil Nadu State Council for Higher Education, Chennai under the scheme Writing History Text Books in Tamil. She has published some articles and presented a number of research papers in varius seminars both in Women's Studies and History. Her specialization Movement. She did her Ph.D. in Madurai Kamaraj University under the title The Congress Party in Tamil Nadu. 1905-1937 and was awarded the degree in 1990. She has completed 15 years of teaching and research and is guiding Ph.D. Scholars also.

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Bibliographic information

Title Nationalism and Women’s Movement in South India, 1917-1947
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8121207886
length 287p., Tables; References; Appendix; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.