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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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Gendered Journeys: North American Women Travelers in the Twentieth Century and Beyond
MEANEY, SHEALEEN A.
“We Were All Robinson Crusoes”: American Women Teachers in the Philippines
“Nearly White” and Clinging to “Bits of Finery”: Jim Crow Logic, Brazil, and Evelyn Scott's Escapade
On the Touristic Stage of 1920s and ’30s Mexico: Katherine Anne Porter and a Modernist Tradition of Women Travel Writers
“No Vacation for Mother”: Traditional Gender Roles in Outdoor Travel Literature, 1940–1965
MORIN, ERICA A.
Accidental Tourists: Canadian Women, Abortion Tourism, and Travel
SETHNA, CHRISTABELLE; DOULL, MARION
“Whether I'm an American or Not, I'm Not Here So You Can Hit on Me”: Public Harassment in the Experience of U.S. Women Studying Abroad
Betty Hagglund. Tourists and Travellers: Women's Non-Fictional Writing about Scotland, 1770–1830
MOUTRAY, TONYA J.
Ulrike Brisson and Bernard Schweizer, eds. Not So Innocent Abroad: The Politics of Travel and Travel Writing
JAYATHURAI, NIMMI AGNES
Notes on Contributors