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by Julie Hungar,Janet Lieberman
The Wisdom Trail book. In listening to the lively and candid recollections of these women, Janet Lieberman and Julie Hungar offer stories that have value for women and men alike.
The Wisdom Trail book.
Wisdom Trail women exemplify the best of their generation. They thrived through each stage of the transformation of women's role in society. These women are not a statistically valid sample, nor do they represent the many spheres in which women are now active. The group ranges in age from seventy-three to ninety. We, the authors, have walked the Wisdom Trail and are members of this group. Janet was born in 1921 and Julie in 1931. We wrote this book because very little has been written about the widespread and significant accomplishments of more or less average women of our generation. We looked at the women we knew or knew of and identified those we admired.
7 Beliefs about the behavior of women. 8 Thorndike's word books. In 1937 Thorndike became the second President of the Psychometric Society, following in the footsteps of Louis Leon Thurstone who had established the society and its journal Psychometrika the previous year. 9 Thorndike's influence. On August 29, 1900, he wed Elizabeth Moulton
The Wisdom Trail book. From the heyday of Good Housekeeping-the era of the silent majority-to World War II, when the absence of men at home set a new measure of independence for women, through the sexual revolution and the civil rights and women's movements, these women have accumulated powerful stories that address the essential facets of women's lives: family, work, and love.
Julie Yearsley Hungar, Janet Lieberman. Walking Along the Wisdom Trail With Other Women. com User, December 16, 2009. After hearing a talk by author, Julie Hungar, I picked up "The Wisdom Trail". Julie is co-author of two books written with Janet Lieberman, both of them trail blazers in education who have left their own footprints on the path.
The Wisdom Trail: In the Footsteps of Remarkable Women. An invitation to eavesdrop on a remarkable group of women who in their eighth and ninth decades reflect with candor and insight on the common threads in their well-lived lives.
He had seen many white women, but this was the first to travel the trail with hi. He gave a fleeting glance at the men who lay so quietly, smiled viciously at the wisdom of the trail, and hurried on to meet the men of the Yukon.
He had seen many white women, but this was the first to travel the trail with him. When Captain Eppingwell proposed the hazardous undertaking and made him an offer for his services, he had shaken his head gravely; for it was an unknown journey through the dismal vastnesses of the Northland, and he knew it to be of the kind that try to the uttermost the souls of men. But when he learned that the captain's wife was to accompany them, he had refused flatly to have anything further to do with i.
In The Wisdom Trail: In the Footsteps of Remarkable Women (2009), Dr. Lieberman and Julie Hungar profiled a range of accomplished women, each of whom, they wrote, has made her mark and gained gratification by making a difference. In her case, Dr. Lieberman said in Unexpected Influence, We made a college.
On the Salt Trail, where itpassed by Split Rock, the trail was bitten deep into the granite
On the Salt Trail, where itpassed by Split Rock, the trail was bitten deep into the granite. Or ifsome hunter prided himself too openly on a buck he had killed, the firstthing he knew there would be Tse-tse-yote walking like an ancientspavined wether prodded by a blunt arrow, until the whole court roaredwith laughter. Her face changed, but she did not squeal as the other women did whenthey heard it. Therefore I respected her. That was the way it was withme.
The vital women whose voices are captured in this book look back with well-earned perspective on the crises and opportunities, the decisions and accidents that marked their varied but ultimately satisfying paths.