Jane Addams




Bibliografie Jane Addams

i.e. Laura Jane Addams
*Cedarville, Illinois 6. September 1860
†Chicago, Illinois 21. Mai 1935
US-amerikanische Sozialreformerin, Soziologin, Pazifistin und Frauenrechtlerin, Friedensnobelpreisträgerin


Bücher und Herausgeberschaften

  • (Mitarbeiterin) Philanthropy and social progress. Seven essays by Jane Addams, Robert Woods, J[ames]  
    O[tis]  S[argent] Huntington, Franklin H[enry] Giddings, Bernard Bosanquet, delivered before the School of Applied Ethics at Plymouth, Mass., during the session of 1892. With introduction by Henry C[arter] Adams. New York, N.Y.: Crowell [1893], xi, 268 S.
  • The subjective value of a social settlement. [Boston, Mass.: The Forum 1892], 16 S. Separatabdruck aus: The Forum (Boston), November 1892.
  • (Mitarbeiterin) W[ilbur] O[lin] Atwater & A[rthur]
    P[eyton] Bryant: Dietary studies in Chicago in 1895 and 1896.
    Conducted with the cooperation of Jane Addams and Caroline L[ouisa] Hunt, of Hull House. Reported by W[ilbur] O[lin] Atwater and A[rthur] P[eyton] Bryant. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office 1898 (= United States. Department of Agriculture. Office of Experiment Stations. Bulletin. 55.), 76 S.
  • A function of the social settlement. Philadelphia, Pa.: American Academy of Political and Social Science 1899 (= Publications. 251.), 22 S.
  • Democracy and social ethics. New York, N.Y.-London: Macmillan Company 1902 (= The Citizen's library of economics, politics, and sociology.), ix, 281 S.
  • Newer ideals of peace. New York, N.Y.-London: Macmillan 1907 (= The Citizen's library of economics, politics, and sociology.), xviii, 243 S.
  • (Mit Charles Stelzle & Charles P[atrick] Neill & Graham Taylor & G[eorge] P[eck] Eckman) The social application of religion. Cincinnati, Ohio: Jennings and Graham 1908, 139 S. Enthält von Jane Addams: Woman's conscience and social amelioration.
  • The spirit of youth and the city streets. New York, N.Y.-London: Macmillan 1909, 162 S.
  • Twenty years at Hull-house, with autobiographical notes. With illustrations by Norah Hamilton. New York, N.Y.-London: Macmillan 1910, xvii, 462 S.
  • A new conscience and an ancient evil. New York, N.Y.-London: Macmillan 1912, xi, 219 S.
  • (Mit Mary E[dwards] Walker & Edward T[homas] Taylor) Woman suffrage. Hearings before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, sixty-second Congress, second session, February 14 [and March 13] 1912. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office 1912, 14, 104 S.
  • A plea for more play, more pay and more education for our factory girls and boys, from the writings of Jane Addams. Printed for private distribution. [Chicago, Ill.: Chicago Association of Commerce 1913], 24 S.
  • (Mitarbeiterin) Woman suffrage. History, arguments and results. A collection of seven popular booklets covering practically the entire field of suffrage claims and evidence. Edited by Frances Maule Björkman. Designed especially for the convenience of suffrage speakers and writers and for the use of debaters and libraries. New York, N.Y.: National Woman Suffrage Publishing Company 1913, 231 S. Enthält von Jane Addams: Why women should vote.
  • (Mitarbeiterin) Woman and the larger citizenship. [Chicago, Ill.: The Civics Society] 1913-1914 (= The woman citizen's library. A systematic course of reading in preparation for the larger citizenship. Edited by Shailer Mathews. 9-11.), 3 Bände:
    • Volume 1: City housekeeping. 1913, v, 2122 S. Enthält von Jane Addams: Why women are concerned with the lager citizenship.
    • Volume 2: The prevention of social waste. 1914, 2414 S.
    • Volume 3: The prevention of social waste (continued). 1914, 2674 S.
  • (Mit Emily G[reene] Balch & Alice Hamilton) Women at the Hague. The International congress of women and its results, by three delegates to the congress from the United States. New York, N.Y.- London: Macmillan 1915, vii, 171 S.
  • Jane Addams' account of her interviews with the foreign ministers of Europe. Reprint of report published in "The Survey", July 17, 1915, of a speech delivered by Miss Addams in the Carnegie Hall on July 9; The manifesto and object of the Women's International League. London: Women's International League (British Section of The Women's International Committee for Permanent Peace) [1915], 19 S.
  • Hearings before the Committee on military affairs, House of Representatives, sixty-fourth Congress first session on the bill to increase the efficiency of the military establishment of the United States. [Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office 1916], 14 S.
  • The long road of woman's memory. New York, N.Y.-London: Macmillan 1916, xv, 168 S.
  • Peace and bread in time of war. New York, N.Y.-London: Macmillan 1922, ix, 257 S.
  • Opening address by Jane Addams, president of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, at the fourth biennial congress, Washington, May 1-8, 1924. [New York, N.Y.: Pamphlets on Peace 1924] (= Pamphlets on peace. 31.), unpaginiert (8 Seiten).
  • The child, the clinic and the court. A group of papers, by Jane Addams [et al.]. New York, N.Y.: Published in cooperation with The Wieboldt Foundation by New Republic 1925, vi, 344 S.
  • The second twenty years at Hull-house, September 1909 to September 1929, with a record of a growing world consciousness. New York, N.Y.-London: Macmillan 1930, xiii, 413 S.
  • (Mit Ernestine Schumann-Heink & Janet Scudder & Marie Curie & Etsu Inagaki Sugimoto) When I was a girl. The stories of five famous women as told by themselves, collected by Helen Ferris. Illustrated by Curtiss Sprague. New York, N.Y.-London: Macmillan 1930, v, 301 S.
  • The excellent becomes the permanent. New York, N.Y.-London: Macmillan 1932, 162 S.
  • My friend, Julia Lathrop. New York, N.Y.: Macmillan 1935, ix, 228 S. Bemerkung im Vorwort: "The final revision of the work after the author's death has been made by Alice Hamilton."
  • The social thought of Jane Addams. Edited by Christopher Lasch. Indianapolis, Ind.: Bobbs-Merrill [1965] (= The American heritage series. 69.), xxxvii, 266 S. Werkauswahl.
  • Jane Addams. A centennial reader. New York, N.Y.: Macmillan 1960, 330 S. Werkauswahl.
  • Jane Addams on peace, war, and international understanding, 1899-1932. Edited by Allen F[reeman] Davis. New York, N.Y.: Garland 1976 (= The Garland library of war and peace.), 227 S.
  • (Mit Ida B[arnett] Wells) Lynching and rape. An exchange of views. Edited and with an introduction by Bettina Aptheker. [New York, N.Y.: American Institute for Marxist Studies] 1977 (= American Institute for Marxist Studies. Occasional paper. 25.), 41 S. Enthält von Jane Addams: Respect for law.
  • The Jane Addams papers, 1860-1960. Mary Lynn McCree Bryan, editor. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International 1984, 82 Mikrofilme. Verfilmung der Papers in der Swarthmore College Peace Collection und zahlreichen anderen Archiven und Bibliotheken in fünf Sektionen: 1) Correspondence, 2) Documents, 3) Writings, 4) Hull-House Association records, 5) Clippings file.
  • Jane Addams on education. Edited, with an introduction and notes by Ellen Condliffe Lagemann. New York, N.Y.: Teachers College Press 1985 (= Classics in education. 51.), xii, 225 S.







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