This learn explores categories―empire and citizenship―that historians frequently research individually. It does so with a unifying concentrate on racialization within the lives of remarkable girls whose careers crossed nationwide borders among 1880 and 1965. It places anyone, highbrow, and feminine face on transnational phenomena.
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