Married To The Empire: Gender, Politics and Imperialism in India, 1883-1947
Manchester University Press, 2002. 5. 3. - 246페이지
In Married to the Empire, Mary A. Procida provides a new approach to the growing history of women and empire by situating women at the center of the practices and policies of British imperialism. Rebutting interpretations that have marginalized women in the empire, this book demonstrates that women were crucial to establishing and sustaining the British Raj in India from the "High Noon" of imperialism in the late 19th Century through to Indian independence in 1947.
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Married to the empire
Home is where the empire is
Servants of empire
Rewriting the Mutiny
Imperial femininity and the uplift of Indian women
Women men and political power
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