Women and the colonial gaze /

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Bibliographic Details
Imprint:Basingstoke : Palgrave, 2002.
Description:1 online resource ( xi, 258 pages)
Language:English
Subject:Indigenous women -- Social conditions.
Women -- Colonization.
Imperialism -- Social aspects.
Women colonists -- Social conditions.
Gender studies, gender groups.
General & world history.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Feminism & Feminist Theory.
Society.
Imperialism -- Social aspects.
Women colonists -- Social conditions.
Women -- Colonization.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12396699
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Other authors / contributors:Hunt, Tamara L.
Lessard, Micheline R.
ISBN:9780230523418
0230523412
1280564849
9781280564840
0333773519
0333773500
9780333773505
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Print version record.
Other form:Print version: Women and the colonial gaze. Basingstoke : Palgrave, 2002 0333773519 9780333773512
Standard no.:10.1057/9780230523418
Table of Contents:
  • Cartimandua, Boudicca, and rebellion: British Queens and Roman colonial views / Jane Crawford
  • Between whipping and slavery: double jeopardy against Mudejar women in Medieval Spain / Isabel Bonet O'Connor
  • Greece in chains: philhellenism to the rescue of a damsel in distress / Katherine E. Fleming
  • Wild Irish women: gender, politics, and colonialism in the nineteenth century / Tamara L. Hunt
  • French views of Native American women in the early modern era: the Tupinamaba of Brazil / Laura Fishman
  • Women as symbols of disorder in early Rhode Island / Ruth Wallis Herndon
  • Native women and state legislation in Mexico and Canada: the agrarian law and the Indian Act / Verónica Vázquez Gárcia
  • The "male city" of Havana: the coexisting logics of colonialism, slavery, and patriarchy in nineteenth-century Cuba / Luis Martínez-Fernández
  • Imperial eyes, gendered views: Concepción Gimeno re-writes the Aztecs at the end of the nineteenth century / Carmen Ramos-Escandon
  • The Indian other: reactions of two Anglo-Indian women travel writers, Eliza Fay and A.U. / Nupur Chaudhur
  • Image and reality: Indian diaspora women, colonial and post-colonial discourse on empowerment and victimology / Karen A. Ray
  • Civilizing women: French colonial perceptions of Vietnamese womanhood and motherhood / Micheline R. Lessard
  • Social construction of idealized images of women in colonial Korea: the "new woman" versus "motherhood" / Jiweon Shin
  • Education for liberation or domestication? Female education in colonial Swaziland / Margaret Zoller Booth
  • Women, gender history, and imperial Ethiopia / Timothy Fernyhough and Anna Fernyhough.