Frader – Rose, eds. Gender and Class in Modern Europe.

Biblioteca / 1990-1999

Laura Frader – Sonya Rose, eds. Gender and Class in Modern Europe.

Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1996.

370 páginas.

Contents

Introduction: Gender and the Reconstruction of European Working-Class History / Laura L. Frader and Sonya O. Rose

I – RETHINKING PROLETARIANIZATION

1 – Gender and Uneven Working-Class Formation in the Irish Linen Industry / Jane Gray

2 – What Price a Weaver’s Dignity? Gender Inequality and the Survival of Home-Based Production in Industrial France / Tessie P. Liu

3 – The Gendering of Skill as Historical Process: The Case of French Knitters in Industrial Troyes, 1880-1939 / Helen Harden Chenut

II – PUBLIC AND PRIVATE IN WORKING-CLASS HISTORY

4 – Consumption, Production, and Gender: The Sewing Machine in Nineteenth-Century France / Judith G. Coffin

5 – Engendering Work and Wages: The French Labor Movement and the Family Wage / Laura L. Frader

6 – Women “of a Very Low Type”: Crossing Racial Boundaries in Imperial Britain / Laura Tabili

III – GENDER, CLASS, AND THE STATE

7 – Protective Labor Legislation in Nineteenth-Century Britain: Gender, Class, and the Liberal State / Sonya O. Rose

8 – Social Policy, Body Politics: Recasting the Social Question in Germany, 1875-1900 / Kathleen Canning

9 – Republican Ideology, Gender, and Class: France, 1860s-1914 / Judith F. Stone

IV – GENDER, POLITICS, AND CITIZENSHIP

10 – Manhood, Womanhood, and the Politics of Class in Britain, 1790-1845 / Anna Clark

11 – Rational and Respectable Men: Gender, the Working Class, and Citizenship in Britain, 1850-1867 / Keith McClelland

12 – Class and Gender at Loggerheads in the Early Soviet State: Who Should Organize the Female Proletariat and How? / Elizabeth A. Wood

13 – The Heroic Man and the Ever-Changing Woman: Gender and Politics in European Communism, 1917-1950 / Eric D. Weitz

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