Deviant Travel Heroines
In this special crossover episode, Steph and Andrea join forces with Alicia and Lauren of the Deviant Women Podcast to bring four travel heroines into your home. These heroines, Isabelle Eberhardt, Aloha Wanderwell, Robyn Davidson and Jeanne Baret were each incredible women in their own way, inspiring generations of female travellers who would follow.
Information from this episode was pulled from the following sources:
- Robyn Davidson (1980) Tracks: A Woman's Solo Trek Across 1700 Miles of Australian Outback. Vintage.
- Isabelle Eberhardt (1995) Prisoner of Dunes. trans. by. Sharon Bangert. Peter Owen Publishers. London & Chester Springs PA.Isabelle Eberhardt (2003) Nomad: The Diaries of Isabelle Eberhardt. ed. by. Elizabeth Kershaw. Interlink Books (first published in English as The Passionate Nomad: The Journals of Isabelle Eberhardt, 1987, Virago Press)
- Isabelle Eberhardt (2003) In the Shadow of Islam. trans. by. Sharon Bangert. Peter Owen Publishers. London & Chester Springs PA.
- Jeff Moag (2019) Jeanne Baret The First Woman to Sail Around the World Was a Cross-Dressing Botanist, Adventure Journal
- Aloha Wanderwell (1939, re-released 2016) Call to Adventure! True Tales of the Wanderwell Expedition, Nile Baker Estate & Boyd Production Group Publishing
- Additional essayists/writers mentioned: Rebecca Solnit, Joan Didion, Mary Shelley, Simone de Beauvoir, and Virginia Woolf
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