"Women and the Everyday City illuminates how the shifting geography of consumption transformed women’s physical experience of the city-scape and increased their comfort at exerting rights to public space. Sewell makes a significant new contribution to the understanding of urban space and power." Sarah Deutsch, Duke University
Women in the city in turn-of-the-century San Francisco.
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Jessica Sewell is assistant professor of art history and American studies at Boston University.
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