Food Reform and Feminism in Nineteenth-Century Britain

Sarah Richardson considers the contribution of two female activists in the field of dietary reform and feminist politics: Anna Kingsford and Annie Cobden-Sanderson. These women were part of a wider campaign to feminize and to democratize the body and the state.


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