HISTORY OF WOMEN IN THE WEST
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History of Women in the West, Volume III: Renaissance and the Enlightenment Paradoxes

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$34.50 • £27.95 • €31.00

ISBN 9780674403673

Publication Date: 03/15/1995

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608 pages

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

49 halftones

Belknap Press

History of Women in the West

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  • Writing the History of Women [Georges Duby and Michelle Perrot]
  • Women as Historical Actors [Natalie Zemon Davis and Arlette Farge]
  • I. Works and Days
    • 1. Women, Work, and Family [Olwen Hufton]
    • 2. The Body, Appearance, and Sexuality [Sara F. Matthews Grieco]
    • 3. The Beautiful Woman [Véronique Nahoum-Grappe, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
    • 4. A Daughter to Educate [Martine Sonnet, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
    • 5. Virgins and Mothers between Heaven and Earth [Elisja Schulte van Kessel, translated by Clarissa Botsford]
    • 6. Women in Politics [Natalie Zemon Davis]
  • II. Intermezzo
    • 7. Judging by Images [Françoise Borin, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
  • III. So Much Is Said about Her
    • 8. The Ambiguities of Literature [Jean-Paul Desaive, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
    • 9. The Theater [Eric A. Nicholson]
    • 10. A Sampling of Eighteenth-Century Philosophy [Michèle Crampe Casnabet, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
    • 11. The Discourse of Medicine and Science [Evelyne Berriot-Salvadore, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
    • 12. From Conversation to Creation [Claude Dulong, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
    • 13. Female Journalists [Nina Rattner Gelbart]
    • 14. Witches [Jean-Michel Sallmann, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
    • 15. Prostitutes [Kathryn Norberg]
    • 16. Criminals [Nicole Castan, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
    • 17. Protesters Plain to See [Arlette Farge, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
  • IV. Women’s Voices
    • Gluckel of Hameln, Jewish Merchant Woman [Natalie Zemon Davis]
    • Anne-Françoise Cornet, Parisian Artisan [Arlette Farge, translated by Arthur Goldhammer]
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Contributors
  • Illustration Credits
  • Index

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