Settler feminism and race making in Canada /
"Settler Feminism and Race Making in Canada engages in a discursive analysis of three 'texts' - the narratives of Anna Jameson (Winter Studies and Summer Rambles in Canada). Theresa Gowanlock and Theresa Delaney (Two Months in the Camp of Big Bear), and the 'Janey Canuck' bo...
Toronto, Ont. :
University of Toronto Press,
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- 'A magnificent and an enviable power': Governance of self and of others in Winter Studies and Summer Rambles in Canada
- Female freedom as an artefact of government: Two Months in the Camp of Big Bear
- Inducted feminism, inducing 'Personhood': Emily Murphy and race making in the Canadian West.