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Women and empire, 1750-1939 : primary sources on gender and Anglo-imperialism / edited by Susan K. Martin ... [et al.]
Bib ID 4473920
Format BookBook
Description London : Routledge ; Japan : Edition Synapse, 2009 
5 v. : ill., maps, ports., facsims. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 9780415310925
041531092X
9780415310932
0415310938
9780415310949
0415310946
9780415310956
0415310954
9780415310963
0415310962
9780415484077
0415484073
9784901481953
Series

History of feminism

Full contents
  • vol 1. Australia.
  • vol. 2. New Zealand.
  • vol. 3. Africa.
  • vol. 4. India.
  • vol. 5. Canada.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Women -- Great Britain -- Colonies -- History -- Sources.  |  Women -- Commonwealth countries -- History -- Sources.  |  Sex role -- Great Britain -- Colonies -- History -- Sources.  |  Sex role -- Commonwealth countries -- History -- Sources.  |  Imperialism -- Social aspects.  |  Great Britain -- Colonies -- History -- Sources.  |  Commonwealth countries -- History -- Sources.
Other authors/contributors Martin, Susan K. 1961-

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