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Periodical articleMcEwan, Cheryl (1996)
Paradise or Pandemonium? West African Landscapes in the Travel Accounts of Victorian Women
Journal of Historical Geography. Volume 22 #1. January. p. 68-83.

Book chapterMcEwan, Cheryl (1995)
'The Mother of All the' Peoples': Geographical Knowledge and the Empowering of Mary Slessor
In: Bell, Morag and Butlin, Robin A. and Heffernan, Michael J. (eds.). Geography and Imperialism, 1820-1940. Manchester/New York: Manchester University Press. p. 125-150.

Dissertation / thesisMcEwan, Cheryl (1995)
How the 'Seraphic' Became 'Geographic': Women Travellers in West Africa, 1840-1915
Ph.D. dissertation: Loughborough University of Technology, Department of Geography, Loughborough, Great Britain.

Book chapterMcEwan, Cheryl (1994)
Encounters with West African Women: Textual Representations of Difference by White Women Abroad
In: Blunt, Allison and Rose, Gillian (eds.). Writing Women and Space: Colonial and Post-Colonial Geographies. New York: Guilford Press. p. 73-100.

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