Replacing Wollstonecraft's models: Gender, respectability and colonial political rights in middle-class Cape Town, c. 1800-1850

Mckenzie, K. (1999). Replacing Wollstonecraft's models: Gender, respectability and colonial political rights in middle-class Cape Town, c. 1800-1850. In: J. Damousi and K. Ellinghaus, Citizenship, Women and Social Justice: International Historical Perspectives. International Federation for Research in Women's History Conference, Universioty of Melbourne, Melbourne, (80-88). 30 June - 2 Jul 1998.

Author Mckenzie, K.
Title of paper Replacing Wollstonecraft's models: Gender, respectability and colonial political rights in middle-class Cape Town, c. 1800-1850
Conference name International Federation for Research in Women's History Conference
Conference location Universioty of Melbourne, Melbourne
Conference dates 30 June - 2 Jul 1998
Proceedings title Citizenship, Women and Social Justice: International Historical Perspectives
Place of Publication Melbourne
Publisher Department of History, University of Melbourne
Publication Year 1999
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 0734015615; 978073401561
Editor J. Damousi
K. Ellinghaus
Issue 7
Start page 80
End page 88
Total pages 9
Collection year 1999
Language eng
Subjects E1
430106 History - African
780199 Other
Q-Index Code E1

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry
 
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