Essay // “Civilized” Men and “Superstitious” Women: Visualizing the Hokkaido Ainu in Isabella Bird’s Unbeaten Tracks, 1880 (Forthcoming)

“‘Civilized’ Men and ‘Superstitious’ Women: Visualizing the Hokkaido Ainu in Isabella Bird’s Unbeaten Tracks, 1880,” in Gender, Continuity, and the Shaping of Modernity in the Arts of East Asia, 16th­­–20th Centuries, edited by Lara Blanchard and Kristen Chiem (forthcoming, Brill Publishers)

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Christina M. Spiker | Essay // “Civilized” Men and “Superstitious” Women: Visualizing the Hokkaido Ainu in Isabella Bird’s Unbeaten Tracks, 1880 (Forthcoming)
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