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Women and the Colonial Gaze (

Edited by Tamara L. Hunt and Micheline R. Lessard

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ISBN 10: 0814736467 / ISBN 13: 9780814736463
Verlag: New York University Press 2002, 2002
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Titel: Women and the Colonial Gaze (

Verlag: New York University Press 2002

Erscheinungsdatum: 2002

Einband: Hardcover

Zustand: New

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"Considered as a whole, this collection offers a basis for generalisations and specialised inquiry that will support both teaching and further research on the role of women in world history."—Itinerario

"The book deserves credit for stimulating such questions, which have broad appeal among scholars of colonialism, including those who do not work on gender. Its broad coverage and accessible language give it access to a wider audience than many academic anthologies, thereby advancing the interests of all those who value the study of colonial history."—Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History

Women and the Colonial Gaze is the first collection to present a broad chronological and geographical examination of the ways in which images and stereotypes of women have been used to define relationships between colonial powers and subject peoples.

In essays ranging from ancient Rome to twentieth-century Asia and Africa, the contributions suggest that the use of gender as a tool in the imperialist context is much older and more comprehensive than previously suggested. Contributors look particularly at the ways in which colonizers constructed a national identity by creating a contrast with the colonial "other," in contexts ranging from Christian views of Islam women in medieval Spain to French beliefs about Native American women. They also examine the ways in which images of gender as constructed by colonial powers impacted the lives of native women from colonial-era India to Korea to Swaziland.

Comparative in its approach, the volume will appeal to students and historians of women's studies, colonialism, and the development of national identity.

About the Author:

Tamara L. Hunt is Associate Professor of History, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles and the author of Defining John Bull.



Micheline R. Lessard is Assistant Professor of History, University of Ottawa.

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