Gender and Class in Modern Europe
Laura Levine Frader, Sonya O. Rose
Cornell University Press, 1996 - 365 頁
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 a new understanding of working class history.
Contributors: Kathleen Canning, University of Michigan; Helen Harden Chenut, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris; Anna Clark, University of North Carolina, Charlotte; Judy Coffin, University of Texas, Austin; Jane Gray, St. Patrick's College, Maynooth, Republic ofireland; Tessie P. Llu, Northwestern University; Judith F. Stone, Western Michigan University; Laura Tabili, University of Arizona; Eric D. Weitz, St. Olaf College; Elizabeth A. Wood, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Gender and Uneven WorkingClass Formation in
What Price a Weavers Dignity? Gender Inequality
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE IN WORKINGCLASS HISTORY
Protective Labor Legislation in NineteenthCentury
Recasting the Social
GENDER POLITICS AND CITIZENSHIP
Gender the Working
Class and Gender at Loggerheads in the Early Soviet