The Doing That Matters
Tokiko’s story demonstrates that, even at times of rupture in women’s history, gender expectations must be negotiated; it nuances our understanding of political consciousness and activism among the non-elites in the late Tokugawa; and complicates the picture by blending the small- and the large-scale.
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