At Home Afloat

At Home Afloat

Women on the Waters of the Pacific Northwest

Book - 2001
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Considering accounts written by Northwest Coast marine tourists between 1861 and 1990, Nancy Pagh examines the ways that gender influences the roles women play at sea, the spaces they occupy on boats, and the language they use to describe their experiences, their natural surroundings, and their contact with Native peoples.



Unique features of this book include its interdisciplinary nature and its combination of scholarly information and a style that general readers will appreciate. The text is engaging but also serves to make fresh and relevant links between scholarship in diverse areas of inquiry; for example, Western Canadian and American history, feminist geography, post-colonial theory, and women and environments.

Publisher: Calgary, AB : University of Calgary Press, 2001
ISBN: 9781552380284
1552380289
Branch Call Number: ANF 305.43 PAG
Characteristics: xix, 179 p. : ill., [1] map

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