Thursday, 27 November 2008

Eat My Dust: Early Women Motorists, Georgine Clarsen (The John Hopkins University Press)

Focusing on the personal stories of women from the United States, Britain, Australia and colonial Africa from the early days of motoring until 1930, a study of the influence of the car on the lives and careers of women in the earliest decades of the twentieth century, which locates these women motorists within wider twentieth-century debates about class, gender, sexuality race and nation.

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