Gendered nations : nationalisms and gender order in the long nineteenth century /

"This book examines how gender and nation legitimize and limit the access of individuals and groups to national movements and the resources of nation-states. From problems of inclusion, exclusion and difference, national wars and military systems to national symbols, rituals and myths, contribu...

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Other Authors: Blom, Ida, Hagemann, Karen, Hall, Catherine
Format: Book
Published: Oxford : Berg, 2000
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Table of Contents:
  • Gender and nation in international comparison / Ida Blom
  • Culture, nation and gender / Geoff Eley
  • Nations : gendered, racialized, crossed with empire / Ruth Roach Pierson
  • Gendered representations of the nation's past and future / Silke Wenk
  • Male alterity in the French Revolution : two paintings by Anne Louis Girodet at the Salon of 1798 / Viktoria Schmidt-Linsenhoff
  • The rule of difference : gender, class and empire in the making of the 1832 Reform Act / Catherine Hall
  • The making of the Egyptian nation / Beth Baron
  • The ambiguities for feminists of national belonging : race and gender in the imagined Australian community / Marilyn Lake
  • A valorous Volk family : the nation, the military, and the gender order in Prussia in the time of the anti-Napoleonic Wars, 1806-15 / Karen Hagemann
  • Regendering Afrikanerdom : the 1899-1902 Anglo-Boer War / Helen Bradford
  • The Ladies' Land League and the Irish Land War 1881/1882 : defining the relationship between women and nation / Margaret Ward
  • Women in a nation of men : the politics of the League of German Women's Associations (BDF) in imperial Germany, 1894-1914 / Angelika Schaser
  • Political camp or the ambiguous engendering of the American Republic / Carroll Smith-Rosenberg
  • Nationalizing women and engendering the nation : the Czech national movement / Jitka Malečková
  • Constructing national identity in Latvia : gender and representation during the period of the national awakening / Irina Novikova