Imperialism and gender

constructions of masculinity

Publisher: Dangaroo Press in New Lambton, N.S.W

Written in English
Published: Pages: 233 Downloads: 465
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Subjects:

  • Masculinity -- History -- 19th century.,
  • Men -- History -- 19th century.,
  • Sex role -- History -- 19th century.,
  • Men -- Psychology.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementedited by Christopher E. Gittings.
ContributionsGittings, Christopher E.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHQ1090 .I46 1996
The Physical Object
Pagination233 p. :
Number of Pages233
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL83165M
ISBN 101871049334
LC Control Number99189104

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Clare Midgley. Manchester University Press, History- pages. 0Reviews. This book marks an important new intervention into a vibrant area of scholarship. In spite of its historic significance, gender considerations were often dismissed in traditional imperial histories.

Gender, Imperialism and Global Exchanges presents a collection of readings which address myriad gendered dimensions of empire between the eighteenth and twentieth centuries, across a wide range of geographic locales.

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Through an analysis of gender, I explore how these novels contribute to a new vision of the status of women, and how they look forward to new forms of female independence. Keywords: Imperialism, Jane Eyre, Charlotte Bronte, William Morris, News from Nowhere, Colonization, Feminism.

Female imperialism and national identity this book examines the relationship between female imperialism and national identity. After placing the Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire (IODE) in the context of recent scholarly work in Canadian, gender and imperial history, and post-colonial theory, the book follows the IODE's history Cited by: Gender and Imperialism (Manchester: Manchester U niversity Press, ); Ann Laura Stoler,‘Making Empire Respectable:The Politics of Race and Sexual Morality in T wentieth-centur y Colonial C Author: Laura Chrisman.

Gender history is more than the recovery of women's pasts and inclusion of female experiences into history. This book brings together two traditionally separate areas of historical literature: writings on women and gender on the one hand, and scholarship on British imperialism.

The paper argues that imperialism and sex. inequality were closely bound together, since. the Indian system of male domination was. one of the main pillars on which the British. founded their rule; and as a consequence, it was not surprising that when women in.

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The book switches from colonial contexts to explore the impact of imperialism within Britain itself. Gender and Imperialism. Edited by Clare Midgley (Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, xii plus pp.).

Since the s, a number of studies have begun to explore the complex and changing relations between gender and imperialism. Imperialism and gender: constructions of masculinity.

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Nupur Chaudhuri. In European imperial discourses, scholars usually discuss colonizers' foreign or economic policies. Some scholars have shown that the lasting images of the latter half of the nineteenth century are those associated with the achievements of empire and colonizing societies.

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This book marks an important new intervention into a vibrant area of scholarship, creating a dialogue between the histories of imperialism and of women and gender. By engaging critically with both traditional British imperial history and colonial discourse analysis, the essays demonstrate how feminist historians can play a central role in.

This chapter provides an overview of key parts of the field of gender for historians accustomed to thinking that questions about women or gender in the British Empire are not pertinent to what they do, or of the view that such studies are still ‘stuck in a specialized subbranch of historical explanation’.

A comparative framework drawing together the varieties of metropolitan and colonial. 9 Mary Procida, Married to the empire: gender, politics and imperialism in India, (Manchester, ). 10 Anna Davin, 'Imperialism and motherhood', in Frederick Cooper and Ann L. Stoler, eds., Tensions of empire: colonial cultures in a bourgeois world.

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