Voices and roles of competing groups of elite women in Siam's political and social transitions, 1868-1942
This dissertation studies the pivotal roles and voices of elite women of both aristocratic and commoner backgrounds in the significant period of Siam's political and social transitions from the late absolute monarchy to the early post-revolutionary period between 1868 and 1942. A key focus of this study is the competition between the two groups of aristocrats and commoner women. By analysing representations of women in Thai mainstream and official publications, this dissertation critiques the...[Show more]
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