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Who created it? Averbuck, Alexis, 1972- author.
What's it called? In her footsteps : where trailblazing women changed the world / contributors: Alexis Averbuck [and 34 others].
Who published it? Carlton, Victoria : Lonely Planet Global Limited, 2020.
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What's it like? 287 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), portraits ; 22 cm
Helpful notes! Includes index.
What's in it? Activists -- Artists -- Pathbreakers -- Icons.
What's it about? Discover the lives and locations of trailblazing women who changed the course of history as you journey to the heart of women's activism, history and creativity through the ages. From the temple of Queen Hatshepsut in Egypt and Empress Dowager Cixi's summer palace in Beijing, to the homes and meeting sites of suffragette heroes Sylvia Pankhurst and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, the creative workrooms of Frida Kahlo and Virginia Woolf, and the tennis courts where the Williams sisters first learned to play - we showcase female pioneers whose lives and actions continue to inspire today. In Her Footsteps is not only a celebration of incredible women, but a travel guide to the places where they studied, lived, worked, reigned and explored. We'll tell you where to find the secret feminist history of sites around the world.
Helpful subjects! Women artists -- Biography.
Women social reformers -- Biography.
Women -- Biography.
Women heroes -- Biography.
Feminists -- Biography.
Women artists -- Homes and haunts.
Women social reformers -- Homes and haunts.
Women -- Homes and haunts.
Women heroes -- Homes and haunts.
Feminists -- Homes and haunts.
Special numbers! 9781838690458 (hardback)
183869045X (hardback)
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