Women and museums 1850-1914. Modernity and the gendering of knowledge /

This book recovers the significant contribution made by women to museums, not just in obvious roles such as workers, but also as donors, visitors, volunteers and patrons. It suggests that women persistently acted to domesticate the museum, by importing domestic objects and domestic regimes of value,...

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Main Author: Hill, Kate. (Author)
Other Authors: Sharpe, Pamela.
Format: Book Electronic
Language:English
Published:Manchester : Manchester University Press 2016.
Series:Gender in history.
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