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Claire Lowrie

of colonialism. A key focus of attention in the feminist literature on colonialism has been on the space in which white women were perhaps most active in Empire – the colonial home. It was in the home (as well as through philanthropic organisations) that white women were pressured to, and often willingly embraced, the responsibility to civilise the colony, the ‘native other’ and the white man through their

in Masters and servants