Gender, Citizenship and Subjectivity: Some Historical and Theoretical Considerations

TitleGender, Citizenship and Subjectivity: Some Historical and Theoretical Considerations
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2001
AuthorsCanning, Kathleen, and Sonya O. Rose
JournalGender & History
Volume13
Issue3 (Special Issue)
Pagination427-656
Date Published11/2001
Abstract

This special issue in the thirteenth volume of the journal Gender & History aims to explore the implications of these critical conceptions of citizenship for the historical study of gender and citizenship across a range of regions, nations, and historical settings. In addition to historicizing the politics of gender, race, and location in the studies collected here, this issue also probes the notion of citizenship as subjectivity. It includes the following articles:

URLhttps://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/14680424/2001/13/3
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