HISTORY OF WOMEN IN THE WEST
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History of Women in the West, Volume IV: Emerging Feminism from Revolution to World War

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$47.00 • £37.95 • €42.50

ISBN 9780674403666

Publication Date: 07/21/1998

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652 pages

6-1/4 x 9-1/4 inches

47 halftones

Belknap Press

History of Women in the West

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  • Writing the History of Women [Georges Duby and Michelle Perrot]
  • Orders and Liberties [Geneviève Fraisse and Michelle Perrot, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
  • I. The Political Rupture and the New Order of Discourse
    • 1. Daughters of Liberty and Revolutionary Citizens [Dominique Godineau, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
    • 2. The French Revolution as the Turning Point [Elisabeth G. Sledziewski, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
    • 3. A Philosophical History of Sexual Difference [Geneviève Fraisse, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
    • 4. The Law’s Contradictions [Nicole Arnaud-Duc, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
  • II. The Production of Women, Real and Imaginary
    • 5. Artistic and Literary Idolatries [Stéphane Michaud, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
    • 6. Reading and Writing in Germany [Marie-Claire Hoock-Demarle, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
    • 7. The Catholic Model [Michela De Giorgio, translated by Joan Bond Sax]
    • 8. The Protestant Woman [Jean Baubérot, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
    • 9. The Making of the Modern Jewish Woman [Nancy L. Green]
    • 10. The Secular Model of Girls’ Education [Françoise Mayeur, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
    • 11. Images—Appearances, Leisure, and Subsistence [Anne Higonnet]
    • 12. Representations of Women [Anne Higonnet]
  • III. The Civil Woman, Public and Private
    • 13. Bodies and Hearts [Yvonne Knibiehler, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
    • 14. Dangerous Sexualities [Judith R. Walkowitz]
    • 15. The Woman Worker [Joan W. Scott]
    • 16. Single Women [Cécile Dauphin, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
  • IV. Modernities
    • 17. Stepping Out [Michelle Perrot, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
    • 18. Feminist Scenes [Anne-Marie Käppeli, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
    • 19. The New Eve and the Old Adam [Annelise Maugue, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
  • V. Women’s Voices
    • Germaine de Staël [Geneviève Fraisse and Michelle Perrot]
    • Lou Andreas-Salomé [Geneviève Fraisse and Michelle Perrot, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Contributors
  • Illustration Credits
  • Index
  • Figures 1–47

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