By Georgine Clarsen
The heritage of the auto will be incomplete with out contemplating the impression of the automobile at the lives and careers of ladies within the earliest a long time of the 20th century. Illuminating the connection among girls and automobiles with case reviews from around the globe, Eat My Dust demanding situations the bought knowledge that males embraced vehicle expertise extra certainly than did women.
Georgine Clarsen highlights the non-public tales of ladies from the U.S., Britain, Australia, and colonial Africa from the early days of motoring till 1930. She notes different ways that those girls embraced car expertise of their nationwide and cultural context. As mechanics and taxi drivers -- like Australian Alice Anderson and Brit Sheila O'Neil -- and long-distance adventurers and political activists -- like South Africans Margaret Belcher and Ellen Budgell and American suffragist Sara Bard box -- ladies sought to outline the expertise of their personal phrases and based on their very own wishes. They challenged conventional notions of femininity via their love of automobiles and proved they have been articulate, convinced, and robotically savvy motorists of their personal right.
More than new chapters in car heritage, those tales find girls motorists inside of twentieth-century debates approximately category, gender, sexuality, race, and nation.
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Eat My Dust: Early Women Motorists (The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science) by Georgine Clarsen