Book Review: Taking assimilation to heart: marriages of white women & Indigenous men in the United States & Australia, 1887-1937
Taking Assimilation to Heart demonstrates the efficacy of the new, wide-lensed thinking being applied to studies of colonialism and imperialism. With its comparative settler-colonising framing, this book helps illuminate gendered histories operating on both the intimate and national level, and with ripples both local and global.
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