Politics of Irish identity and the interconnections between feminism, nationhood, and colonialism
Gray, Breda and Ryan, Louise (1998) Politics of Irish identity and the interconnections between feminism, nationhood, and colonialism. In: Nation, empire, colony: historicizing gender and race. Pierson, Ruth Roach and Chaudhuri, Nupur and McAuley, Beth, eds. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, pp. 121-138. ISBN 9780253211910
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[Summary of the book containing this chapter]. These writers reveal the power relations of gender, class, race, and sexuality at the heart of the imperialisms, colonialisms, and nationalisms that have shaped our modern world. Topics include the (mis)representations of Native women by European colonizers, the violent displacement of women through imperialisms and nationalisms, and the relations between and among feminism, nationalism, imperialism, and colonialism.
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