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Table of Contents for
Beyond Bylines: Media Workers and Women’s Rights in Canada by Barbara M. Freeman

Introduction


1. “A More Beautiful, More Perfect Lily”: Agnes Maule Machar, Women’s Sphere and Canada’s Magazines, 1870s–1890s

2. Laced In and Let Down: Toronto Journalists Write About Fashion and Health in the Daily Press, 1890–1900

3. Suffragist and Peace Advocate: Francis Marion Beynon, the Grain Grower’s Guide, and the Politics of the First World War

4. “We Were ONLY WOMEN”: Elizabeth Long, Equality Feminism and CBC Radio, 1938–1956

5. “My Body Belongs to Me, Not the Government”: Anne Roberts, Kathryn Keate and the Abortion Caravan Publicity Campaign of 1970

6. Collective Visions: Lesbian Identity and Sexuality in Feminist Periodicals, 1979–1994

7. “When A Woman Speaks”: Aboriginal Women and Their Rights in Alanis Obomsawin’s Documentaries, 1975–2007


Conclusion

Notes

Bibliography

Index