Time, Space, and Women's Lives in Early Modern Europe

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Anne Jacobson Schutte, Thomas Kuehn, Silvana Seidel Menchi
Truman State University Press, 1. sep. 2001 - 360 sider
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This collection offers a variety of approaches to aspects of women’s lives. It moves beyond men’s prescriptive pronouncements about female nature to women's lived experiences, replacing the singular woman with plural women and illuminating female agency. Contributors to this important collection are leading international scholars and offer strong, substantial, and archival-based research.
 

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Innhold

Are Structures Necessary?
3
The Querelle des Femmes as a Cultural Studies Paradigm
17
Grammar in Arcadia
29
Periodization of Womens Lives in Western
41
Part 2
53
Venice c 13601530
77
Women as Legal Persons
97
Gender and Citizenship in Italy
117
Enclosure Constraint and Protection
165
The Third Status
181
in modo alcuno Forced Marriages
203
Seventeenth Century The Experience of
223
Space Time and the Power of Aristocratic Wives in Yorkist and Early Tudor
245
Linking Legal and Gender History
265
Defining Differences and Forging Identities in Early
285
About the Contributors
325

Part 3
141
in Early Modern Italy Stepsisters or Strangers?
153

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