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Gender and History

Series editors: Amanda Capern

Gender and History is an important series of books that offers teachers and students lively and accessible surveys of the most recent research into the impact of gender and sexual orientation on the past. Exciting new methodologies and topics are covered using gender as a category of historical analysis. The series acknowledges the multiple cultural constructions and fluidity of gender and sexuality as well as intersectionality with race. Its titles aim to embed women’s and LGBTQ+ histories in the curriculum while revealing some of the root causes of global inequalities of power. Culture, race, politics, economy and religion are all covered in books that use the lens of gender to excite interest in the lived and embodied experiences of people whose voices have been marginalized. Reimagining history for the twenty-first century, this series tackles questions of power and emotional life in ways that are highly engaging for the reader and that restore social justice to the historical narrative.

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