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Esme Cleall

ESME CLEALL studied at the University of Sheffield, UK, before completing a PhD at UCL. She currently teaches Modern History at the University of Liverpool. Her research is on the social and cultural history of Britain and its Empire and the intersections between 'race', 'gender' and 'disability' in colonial thought. Her new project investigates nineteenth-century understandings of deafness.

Works

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Missionary Discourses of Difference
Negotiating Otherness in the British Empire, 1840-1900

Palgrave Macmillan
Through their copious published writings, missionaries conveyed their experiences and anxieties about people and cultures they encountered in a much-consumed...
Esme Cleall

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