|Area of focus:||Reconstructing Femininities: Colonial Intersections of Gender, Race, Religion and Class|
|Content Warning Types:||Unknown|
|Format of resource:||Magazine|
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Editorial: Kosambi and Haggis. Orientalist Sociology and the Creation of Colonial Sexualities, Levine. ‘But most of all mi love me browning’: The Emergence of 18th and 19th Century Jamaica of the Mulatto Woman as the Desired, Mohammed. Motherhood in the East-West Encounter: Pandita Ramabai’s Negotiation of ‘Daughterhood’ and Motherhood, Kosambi. Female Faith and the Politics of the Personal: Five Mission Encounters in 20th Century South Africa, Gaitskell. ‘White Already to Harvest’: South Australian Women Missionaries in India, Allen. Ironies of Emancipation: Changing Configurations of ‘Women’s Work’ in the ‘Mission of Sisterhood’ to Indian Women, Haggis. Education of a Civil Servant’s Daughter: Readings from Monica Chanda’s Memoirs, Karlekar. ‘The Purdanashin in Her Setting’: Colonial Modernity and the Zenana in Cornelia Sorabji’s Memoirs, Burton.