Stir It Up explores the changing aims of home economics while putting the phenomena of Martha Stewart, Rachael Ray, Ty Pennington, and the qMommy Warsq into historical context.The movement was fully committed to the new managerial society and to the applications of scientific principles in place of ... Administration in 1920 when she helped to create the universitya#39;s Graduate School of Social Service Administration. ... in the sciences were sidelined into home economics, personal correspondence of these leaders reveals women who were ... In December 1917, Sarah Arnold, dean of Simmons College and founder of the home economics department there, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Stir it Up|
|Author||:||Megan J. Elias|
|Publisher||:||University of Pennsylvania Press - 2008|