Download Book Early Modern Women Journal V 10 1 in PDF format. You can Read Online Early Modern Women Journal V 10 1 here in PDF, EPUB, Mobi or Docx formats.

Journal Of Early Modern Studies Volume 1 Issue 1 Fall 2012

Author : Alexandrescu, Vlad
ISBN : 9786068266350
Genre : Europe
File Size : 45. 24 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 325
Read : 1140

Get This Book

Law And Sexual Misconduct In New England 1650 1750

Author : Abby Chandler
ISBN : 9781317107798
Genre : History
File Size : 83. 43 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 618
Read : 173

Get This Book

Having arriving in the Province of Maine in 1641 with a brief to create both government and law for the fledgling colony, Thomas Gorges later recorded his policy as having ’steared as neere as we could to the course of Ingland’. Over the course of the next century the various colonial administrations all consciously measured their laws against that of England, whether their intention was imitation of or conscious opposition to, established English legal system. In order to trace the shifting and contested relationships between colonial laws and English laws, this book focuses on the prosecution of sexual misconduct. All crimes can threaten orderly society but no other crime posed quite the same long term implications as illicit sex resulting in the birth of illegitimate children who became their own social challenges. Sexual misconduct was, consequently, a major concern for early modern leaders, making it a particularly fruitful subject for studying the complex relationship between laws in England and laws in the English colonies. Political and ecclesiastical leaders create laws to coerce people to behave in a certain fashion and to convey wider messages about the societies they govern. When those same laws are broken, lawbreakers must be tried and punished by a means intended to serve as a warning to other would-be lawbreakers. In this book the two-part analysis of changing sexual misconduct laws and the resulting trial depositions highlights the ways in which ordinary New England colonists across New England both interacted with and responded to the growing Anglicization of their legal systems and makes the argument that these men and women saw themselves as taking part in a much larger process.

Male To Female Crossdressing In Early Modern English Literature

Author : Simone Chess
ISBN : 9781317360858
Genre : Literary Criticism
File Size : 39. 58 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 769
Read : 1040

Get This Book

This volume examines and theorizes the oft-ignored phenomenon of male-to-female (MTF) crossdressing in early modern drama, prose, and poetry, inviting MTF crossdressing episodes to take a fuller place alongside instances of female-to-male crossdressing and boy actors’ crossdressing, which have long held the spotlight in early modern gender studies. The author argues that MTF crossdressing episodes are especially rich sources for socially-oriented readings of queer gender—that crossdressers’ genders are constructed and represented in relation to romantic partners, communities, and broader social structures like marriage, economy, and sexuality. Further, she argues that these relational representations show that the crossdresser and his/her allies often benefit financially, socially, and erotically from his/her queer gender presentation, a corrective to the dominant idea that queer gender has always been associated with shame, containment, and correction. By attending to these relational and beneficial representations of MTF crossdressers in early modern literature, the volume helps to make a larger space for queer, genderqueer, male-bodied and queer-feminine representations in our conversations about early modern gender and sexuality.

The Routledge Companion To Accounting History

Author : John Richard Edwards
ISBN : 9781351238861
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 86. 46 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 104
Read : 332

Get This Book

The Routledge Companion to Accounting History presents a single-volume synthesis of research in this expanding field, exploring and analysing accounting from ancient civilizations to the modern day. No longer perceived as the narrow study of how a mysterious technique was used in past, the scope of accounting history has widened substantially. This revised and updated volume moves beyond the history of accounting technologies, accounting theories and practices and the accountants who applied them. Expert contributors from around the world explore the interfaces between accounting and the economy, society, culture and the polity. Accounting history is shown to offer important insights into such disparate phenomena as the evolution of capitalism, control of labour, gender and family relationships, racial exploitation, the operation of religious organisations, and the functioning of the state. Illuminating the foundation and development of accounting systems, this updated, classic book opens the field to a new generation of accounting scholars and historians around the world.

The Social Life Of The Early Modern Protestant Clergy

Author : Jacqueline Eales
ISBN : 9781786837158
Genre : History
File Size : 27. 45 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 340
Read : 707

Get This Book

The Social Life of the Early Modern Protestant Clergy provides unexpected new insights on the lives of the early modern English and Swedish clergy through case studies and broader surveys. Rosamund Oates demonstrates how the first generations of clergy wives in England used hospitality to support their husbands in the process of reform. Jacqueline Eales examines the shift from the sixteenth-century debate about the legality of clerical marriage to a positive portrayal of women from English clerical families in the years 1620–1720. William Gibson challenges the view that the eighteenth-century English episcopate were rapacious, arguing that they were often careful custodians of episcopal estates. Jonas Lindström analyses the account books of late eighteenth-century pastor Gustaf Berg to illustrate his economic ties with his parishioners, which ran alongside their religious and social relationships. Drawing on Swedish evidence, Beverly Tjerngren charts the decline of hospitality evident in the home of widowed pastor Adolph Adde in the late eighteenth century. Finally, Jon Stobart examines the aspirations to gentility of the late eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Northamptonshire clergy through their domestic material culture.

Gender And Political Culture In Early Modern Europe 1400 1800

Author : James Daybell
ISBN : 9781134883912
Genre : History
File Size : 69. 2 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 283
Read : 625

Get This Book

Gender and Political Culture in Early Modern Europe investigates the gendered nature of political culture across early modern Europe by exploring the relationship between gender, power, and political authority and influence. This collection offers a rethinking of what constituted ‘politics’ and a reconsideration of how men and women operated as part of political culture. It demonstrates how underlying structures could enable or constrain political action, and how political power and influence could be exercised through social and cultural practices. The book is divided into four parts - diplomacy, gifts and the politics of exchange; socio-economic structures; gendered politics at court; and voting and political representations – each of which looks at a series of interrelated themes exploring the ways in which political culture is inflected by questions of gender. In addition to examples drawn from across Europe, including Austria, the Dutch Republic, the Italian States and Scandinavia, the volume also takes a transnational comparative approach, crossing national borders, while the concluding chapter, by Merry Wiesner-Hanks, offers a global perspective on the field and encourages comparative analysis both chronologically and geographically. As the first collection to draw together early modern gender and political culture, this book is the perfect starting point for students exploring this fascinating topic.

Masculinities Childhood Violence

Author : Amy E. Leonard
ISBN : 9781611490183
Genre : History
File Size : 29. 7 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 413
Read : 1097

Get This Book

"Sixth symposium sponsored by the Center for Renaissance & Baroque Studies, [University of Maryland]"--Pref.

Early Modern Women In The Low Countries

Author : Susan Broomhall
ISBN : 0754667421
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 54. 98 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 727
Read : 1303

Get This Book

Employing an innovative range of materials from written sources to artworks, material objects, heritage sites and urban precincts, and combining historical, historiographical, museological, and touristic analysis, this study investigates how late medieval and early modern women of the Low Countries expressed themselves, how they were represented by contemporaries, and how they have been interpreted in modern academic and popular contexts.

Legal Treatises

Author : Lynne A. Greenberg
ISBN : 9781351964517
Genre : History
File Size : 42. 63 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 335
Read : 887

Get This Book

The texts reproduced in facsimile in the three volumes of 'Legal Treatises' reconstruct the legal status of the early modern Englishwoman. To facilitate a reading of the treatises by broadly defining many of the laws discussed in great detail in the treatises, a general introduction to the laws of the period provides concise overviews of the structure of the English legal system; the legal education of practitioners of the law; the kinds of legal literature produced in the period; and the legal position of early modern Englishwomen. A bibliography of important secondary scholarship devoted to the early modern Englishwoman's legal position assists the reader in obtaining more specialized knowledge. In addition to the general introduction, a separate introduction to each of the reproduced works is provided, including information about each work's publication and authorship, intended audience, content and reception. In order to provide this framework for the years 1600-1750, this first volume of 'Legal Treatises' reproduces The Lawes Resolutions of Womens Rights (1632), the first known treatise devoted to the legal rights of women. 'The Womans Lawyer,' as the treatise's running headline and spine title read, was published anonymously in 1632; the title page fails to identify the original author of the work, and its authorship remains in question today. At over 400 pages, the text represents a massive effort of consolidation, organizing the disparate and hitherto uncompiled aspects of the common law applicable to women into a logical framework. It is unusual among early modern legal treatises in its stated goal of providing a 'popular kind of instruction' to its readers.

The Ashgate Research Companion To The Sidneys 1500 1700

Author : Mary Ellen Lamb
ISBN : 9781351701105
Genre : Literary Criticism
File Size : 61. 74 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 567
Read : 1146

Get This Book

Presented in two volumes, The Ashgate Research Companion to The Sidneys, 1500-1700 assesses the current state of scholarship on members of the Sidney family and their impact, as historical and/or literary figures, in the period 1500-1700. Volume 2: Literature, begins with an exploration of the Sidneys' books and manuscripts and how they circulated, followed by an overview of the contributions of family members -Sir Philip Sidney; Mary Sidney Herbert, Countess of Pembroke; Lady Mary Wroth; Robert Sidney, Earl of Leicester; and William Herbert, Earl of Pembroke - in the genres of prose romance, drama, poetry, psalms and prose. These essays outline major controversies and areas for further research, as well as conducting literary analysis.

Apais 1999 Australian Public Affairs Information Service

Author :
Genre :
File Size : 43. 7 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 716
Read : 1185

Get This Book

Rethinking Difference In Music Scholarship

Author : Olivia Bloechl
ISBN : 9781107026674
Genre : Music
File Size : 43. 54 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 205
Read : 339

Get This Book

This major essay collection takes a fresh look at how differences among people matter for music and musical thought.

Marxist Shakespeares

Author : Jean Elizabeth Howard
ISBN : 0415202345
Genre : Literary Criticism
File Size : 31. 79 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 156
Read : 190

Get This Book

This book reveals the continuing power of Marxist thought to address: the relationship of texts to social class; the historical construction of the aesthetic; and utopian dimensions of literary production.

Men And Women Making Friends In Early Modern France

Author : Lewis C. Seifert
ISBN : 9781317097518
Genre : Literary Criticism
File Size : 42. 93 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 394
Read : 685

Get This Book

Today the friendships that grab people’s imaginations are those that reach across inequalities of class and race. The friendships that seem to have exerted an analogous level of fascination in early modern France were those that defied the assumption, inherited from Aristotle and patristic sources, that friendships between men and women were impossible. Together, the essays in Men and Women Making Friends in Early Modern France tell the story of the declining intelligibility of classical models of (male) friendship and of the rising prominence of women as potential friends. The revival of Plato’s friendship texts in the sixteenth century challenged Aristotle’s rigid ideal of perfect friendship between men. In the seventeenth century, a new imperative of heterosociality opened a space for the cultivation of cross-gender friendships, while the spiritual friendships of the Catholic Reformation modeled relationships that transcended the gendered dynamics of galanterie. Men and Women Making Friends in Early Modern France argues that the imaginative experimentation in friendships between men and women was a distinctive feature of early modern French culture. The ten essays in this volume address friend-making as a process that is creative of self and responsive to changing social and political circumstances. Contributors reveal how men and women fashioned gendered selves, and also circumvented gender norms through concrete friendship practices. By showing that the benefits and the risks of friendship are magnified when gender roles and relations are unsettled, the essays in this volume highlight the relevance of early modern friend-making to friendship in the contemporary world.

The Routledge History Of Women In Early Modern Europe

Author : Amanda L. Capern
ISBN : 9781000709599
Genre : History
File Size : 66. 13 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 198
Read : 611

Get This Book

The Routledge History of Women in Early Modern Europe is a comprehensive and ground-breaking survey of the lives of women in early-modern Europe between 1450 and 1750. Covering a period of dramatic political and cultural change, the book challenges the current contours and chronologies of European history by observing them through the lens of female experience. The collaborative research of this book covers four themes: the affective world; practical knowledge for life; politics and religion; arts, science and humanities. These themes are interwoven through the chapters, which encompass all areas of women’s lives: sexuality, emotions, health and wellbeing, educational attainment, litigation and the practical and leisured application of knowledge, skills and artistry from medicine to theology. The intellectual lives of women, through reading and writing, and their spirituality and engagement with the material world, are also explored. So too is the sheer energy of female work, including farming and manufacture, skilled craft and artwork, theatrical work and scientific enquiry. The Routledge History of Women in Early Modern Europe revises the chronological and ideological parameters of early-modern European history by opening the reader’s eyes to an exciting age of female productivity, social engagement and political activism across European and transatlantic boundaries. It is essential reading for students and researchers of early-modern history, the history of women and gender studies.

Women Work And Sociability In Early Modern London

Author : T. Reinke-Williams
ISBN : 9781137372109
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 32. 83 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 633
Read : 1060

Get This Book

Drawing on legal and literary sources, this work revises and expands understandings of female honesty, worth and credit by exploring how women from the middling and lower ranks of society fashioned positive identities as mothers, housewives, domestic managers, retailers and neighbours between 1550 and 1700.

The Journal Of Medieval And Early Modern Studies

Author :
ISBN : UCAL:B4928529
Genre :
File Size : 71. 42 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 241
Read : 391

Get This Book

Marital Violence

Author : Elizabeth Foyster
ISBN : 113944574X
Genre : History
File Size : 89. 98 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 502
Read : 889

Get This Book

This book exposes the 'hidden' history of marital violence and explores its place in English family life between the Restoration and the mid-nineteenth century. In a time before divorce was easily available and when husbands were popularly believed to have the right to beat their wives, Elizabeth Foyster examines the variety of ways in which men, women and children responded to marital violence. For contemporaries this was an issue that raised central questions about family life: the extent of men's authority over other family members, the limitations of women's property rights, and the problems of access to divorce and child custody. Opinion about the legitimacy of marital violence continued to be divided but by the nineteenth century ideas about what was intolerable or cruel violence had changed significantly. This accessible study will be invaluable reading for anyone interested in gender studies, feminism, social history and family history.

Police Courts In Nineteenth Century Scotland Volume 1

Author : David G. Barrie
ISBN : 9781317079262
Genre : History
File Size : 25. 14 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 223
Read : 513

Get This Book

Taking the form of two companion volumes, Police Courts in Nineteenth-Century Scotland represents the first major investigation into the administration, experience, impact and representation of summary justice in Scottish towns, c.1800 to 1892. Each volume explores diverse, but complementary, themes relating to judicial practices, relationships, experiences and discourses through the lens of the same subject matter: the police court. Volume 1, with the subtitle Magistrates, Media and the Masses, provides an institutional, social and cultural history of the establishment, development and practice of police courts. It explores their rise, purpose and internal workings, and how justice was administered and experienced by those who attended them in a variety of roles. Special attention is given to examining how courtroom discourse was represented in print culture, the role of the media in providing a discursive commentary on summary justice, and the ways in which magistrates and the police engaged in a law and order dialogue with the press. Throughout, consideration is given to uncovering the relationship between magistrates, the courts, the police and the wider community, and to charting the implications of the rise of summary justice and the ’police-man’ state for the urban masses (as evidenced through prosecution, conviction and punishment patterns). Volume 2, with the subtitle Boundaries, Behaviours and Bodies, explores, through themed case studies, how police courts shaped conceptual, spatial, temporal and commercial boundaries by regulating every-day activities, pastimes and cultures.

Gender And Petty Violence In London 1680 1720

Author : Jennine Hurl-Eamon
ISBN : 9780814209875
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 55. 11 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 695
Read : 760

Get This Book

Top Download:

Best Books