By Tony Ballantyne,Antoinette Burton,Rosalind O'Hanlon,Emma Jinhua Teng
Bodies in Contact brings jointly vital scholarship on colonial gender experiences accumulated from journals around the globe. Breaking with methods to global background because the historical past of “the West and the rest,” the members provide a wide ranging point of view. They learn points of imperial regimes together with the Ottoman, Mughal, Soviet, British, Han, and Spanish, over a span of 600 years—from the 15th century during the mid-twentieth. Discussing topics as different as slavery and go back and forth, ecclesiastical colonialism and armed forces career, marriage and estate, nationalism and soccer, immigration and temperance, Bodies in Contact places girls, gender, and sexuality on the heart of the “master narratives” of imperialism and international history.
Contributors. Joseph S. regulate, Tony Ballantyne, Antoinette Burton, Elisa Camiscioli, Mary Ann Fay, Carter Vaughn Findley, Heidi Gengenbach, Shoshana Keller, Hyun Sook Kim, Mire Koikari, Siobhan Lambert-Hurley, Melani McAlister, Patrick McDevitt, Jennifer L. Morgan, Lucy Eldersveld Murphy, Rosalind O’Hanlon, Rebecca Overmyer-Velázquez, Fiona Paisley, Adele Perry, Sean Quinlan, Mrinalini Sinha, Emma Jinhua Teng, Julia C. Wells
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