Stir it up : home economics in American culture /
For Americans who came of age in the mid-twentieth century, home economics conjures memories of burnt toast and sewing disasters. But as historian Megan Elias shows in Stir It Up, home economics began as an idealistic reform movement in higher education as early as the 1900s. A major shift occurred...
|Published:||Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, c2008.|
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