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Women travellers exploring gender in the Canadian North at the beginning of the 20th century

August 12, 2013
by Laurence Georgin

LLAS-Team-12Laurence Georgin’s PhD research looks at British women who travelled to the Canadian North at the beginning of the 20th century, particularly women who travelled on their own or with a female companion. Very much like their male counterparts had done for centuries, these women travelled to Canada in order to discover new territories and explore unfamiliar places.

Read more about Laurence Georgin’s reasearch

Categories: Area studies, English, and History. Tags: Feminism, Gender, Gender studies, Home, and Travel.

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