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Gendering Modernity: Frances E. Willard’s Politics of Technological Sentimentality

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Gendering Modernity : Frances E. Willard’s Politics of Technological Sentimentality. / Hickman, Timothy.

Becoming Visible: Women in View in Late Nineteenth-Century America. ed. / Floyd Janet; Allison Easton; R.J. Ellis. Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2010. p. 285-305.

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Harvard

Hickman, T 2010, Gendering Modernity: Frances E. Willard’s Politics of Technological Sentimentality. in F Janet, A Easton & RJ Ellis (eds), Becoming Visible: Women in View in Late Nineteenth-Century America. Rodopi, Amsterdam, pp. 285-305.

APA

Hickman, T. (2010). Gendering Modernity: Frances E. Willard’s Politics of Technological Sentimentality. In F. Janet, A. Easton, & R. J. Ellis (Eds.), Becoming Visible: Women in View in Late Nineteenth-Century America (pp. 285-305). Rodopi.

Vancouver

Hickman T. Gendering Modernity: Frances E. Willard’s Politics of Technological Sentimentality. In Janet F, Easton A, Ellis RJ, editors, Becoming Visible: Women in View in Late Nineteenth-Century America. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 2010. p. 285-305

Author

Hickman, Timothy. / Gendering Modernity : Frances E. Willard’s Politics of Technological Sentimentality. Becoming Visible: Women in View in Late Nineteenth-Century America. editor / Floyd Janet ; Allison Easton ; R.J. Ellis. Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2010. pp. 285-305

Bibtex

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