Gender and Class in Modern Europe - 
      Laura L. Frader
    
      Sonya O. Rose

Gender and Class in Modern Europe

Laura L. Frader (Redaktør) ; Sonya O. Rose (Redaktør)

Gender figured significantly in the industrial, social, and political transformations of the United Kingdom and Ireland, France, Germany, and Russia. This book explores its importance during a period of radical change for the working classes, from 1800 through the 1930s. Les mer
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Gender figured significantly in the industrial, social, and political transformations of the United Kingdom and Ireland, France, Germany, and Russia. This book explores its importance during a period of radical change for the working classes, from 1800 through the 1930s. Collectively, the authors demonstrate how the study of gender can lead to...
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Forlag: Cornell University Press
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 376
ISBN: 9780801481468
Format: 24 x 16 cm
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"The editors of this collection of essays use their introduction to survey recent work on proletarianization—public and private—in labour history, as well as new directions in feminist scholarship.... The book is wide-ranging and represents a tightly structured introduction to its theme."

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"The essays in this innovative, state-of-the-art volume examine from multiple angles the complicated relationship between sex and class, thereby advancing the theoretical agenda of European labor history."

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American Historical Review
Laura L. Frader is Associate Professor of History at Northeastern University and Senior Associate at the Center for European Studies, Harvard University. Sonya O. Rose is Professor of History and Sociology at the University of Michigan. -- Cornell University Press