Women’s Rights in Indonesia in the 1950s: The Progression and Stagnation of the Government’s Actions, and the Effects of Class, Race, and Feminism within the Women’s Rights Movement

Women’s Rights in Indonesia in the 1950s: The Progression and Stagnation of the Government’s Actions, and the Effects of Class, Race, and Feminism within the Women’s Rights Movement by Jessica Rijs

Music in the Domestic Sphere: Musical Women in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Music’s Influence on the Domestic

Music was a vital part of the lives of women in the nineteenth century as it was played and practiced in the homes of middle-class women throughout the century. Music was used both in courtship and for personal entertainment, and was recommended as a form of female education which reflected the wanted characteristics found in an ideal woman.