Women and War: V7: Canadian Women Write the Wars, 1763-1945

1st Edition

Isabelle Groenhof, Rubia Akram, Zachary Brewer

April 17, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 425 Pages
ISBN 9780367375966 - CAT# K442941
Series: History of Feminism


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This is a 7 volume collection of primary texts, each selected and introduced by experts, reproducing in facsimile a wealth of materials related to the history of women and warfare in the English-speaking world. The editors are historians and literary scholars with a wealth of publications in women’s writing and war literature. The project focuses, for most of its historical range, on England (and Britain); it also includes volumes on the United States, Australia, and Canada. The collection documents women’s historical and literary participation in, and commentary on, war. It represents the first attempt to examine the variety of roles women have played in war, and as critics and commentators on war, across all of history into the twentieth century. The project makes a unique and powerful claim about the long history of women’s involvement in war in the English-speaking world. This volume covers Canadian women and war during the period 1763-1945.

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