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Routledge History of Women in Europe since 1700

ISBN-10: 0415438136

ISBN-13: 9780415438131

Edition: 2007

Authors: Deborah Simonton

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The Routledge History of Women in Europe since 1700 nbsp;is a landmark publication that provides the most coherent overview of womens role and place in western Europe, spanning the era from the beginning of the eighteenth century until the twentieth century. In this collection of essays, leading women's historians counter the notion of national histories and provide the insight and perspective of a European approach. Important intellectual, political and economic developments have not respected national boundaries, nor has the story of womens past, or the interplay of gender and culture. The interaction between women, ideology and female agency, the way women engaged with patriarchal and gendered structures and systems, and the way women carved out their identities and spaces within these informs the writing in this book. For any student of womens studies or European history, The Routledge History of Women in Europe since 1700 will prove an informativeaddition to their studies.
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Book details

List price: $50.95
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 8/14/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 416
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.584

Introduction: Writing Women in(to) Modern Europe
At Home in the Family: Women and Familial Relationships
Female Sexuality
Learning to be Good Girls and Women: Education, Training and Schools
Women Workers; Working Women
Women Religious and Religious Women: Faith and Practice in Women's Lives
Women as Citizens: Changing the Polity
Valiant Heroes or Pacific Ladies? Women in War and Peace
Home and Away: Women, Popular Culture and Leisure
Mistresses of Creation: Women as Producers and Consumers of Art since 1700