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Social Sciences
  • Author:
    Susanna Hoe
  • ISBN:
    9627992038
  • ISBN13:
    978-9627992035
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  • Publisher:
    Insomniac Pr (June 1, 2001)
  • Pages:
    352 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Social Sciences
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Susanna Hoe. The writing of history used to concentrate on narrative, analysis or theory. The historian stayed out of sight. This book is part of a more recent trend. Chinese Footprints" is about the practice of history

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Exploring Women's History in China, Hong Kong and Macau. by Susanna Hoe. Published June 2001 by Insomniac Pr. Written in English. China, Hong Kong, Macau (Special Administrative Region).

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This book delves deep into the history of Malta and famous women such as Florence Nightingale, Emma Hamilton and Vera Brittain who all . Chinese Footprints: Exploring Women’s History in China, Hong Kong and Macau. Roundhouse Publications Asia 1996).

This book delves deep into the history of Malta and famous women such as Florence Nightingale, Emma Hamilton and Vera Brittain who all began arriving in Malta in 1800 after French Revolutionary occupation. The history of women in Malta and the places in which they had their being are told and described through the writing of women: archaeology, history, travel, memoirs and literature.

History in China, Hong Kong and Macau (1996); (ed) Stories for Eva A Reader for Chinese Women Learning English (1997); Women at the Siege, Peking 1900 (2000); At Home in Paradise A House and Garden in Papua New Guinea (2003); Madeira Women, History, Books and Places.

History in China, Hong Kong and Macau (1996); (ed) Stories for Eva A Reader for Chinese Women Learning English (1997); Women at the Siege, Peking 1900 (2000); At Home in Paradise A House and Garden in Papua New Guinea (2003); Madeira Women, History, Books and Places (2004); Crete Women, History, Books and Places. 2005); Watching the Flag Come Down An Englishwoman in Hong Kong 1987-97 (2007)

China Education Translation Project Staff. Women and education in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

China Education Translation Project Staff. Buffalo, NY: State University of New York at Buffalo, GSE Publications, 1990. Chinese femininities, Chinese masculinities: a reader. Hong Kong: Roundhouse Publications Limited, 2001. Holding up half the sky: Chinese women past, present, and future.

Chinese Footprints: Exploring Women’s History in China, Hong Kong, and Macau. Hong Kong: Roundhouse, 1996. Hoeveler, Diane Long and Janet K. Boles. Women of Color: Defining the Issues, Hearing the Voices. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2001. Hom, Sharon K. Female Infanticide in China: The Human Rights Specter and Thoughts toward (An)Other Vision. Global Critical Race Feminism: An International Reader.

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