Women's Suffrage in Thailand: A Southeast Asian Historiographical Challenge

@article{Bowie2010WomensSI,
  title={Women's Suffrage in Thailand: A Southeast Asian Historiographical Challenge},
  author={Katherine A. Bowie},
  journal={Comparative Studies in Society and History},
  year={2010},
  volume={52},
  pages={708 - 741}
}
Although much of the history of women's suffrage has focused on the American and British struggles of the early twentieth century, a newer generation of interdisciplinary scholars is exploring its global trajectory. Fundamental to these cross-cultural comparisons is the establishment of an international timeline of women's suffrage; its order at once shapes and is shaped by its historiography. According to the currently dominant chronology, “Female suffrage began with the 1893 legislation in… Expand

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