Married Women and the Law in Premodern Northwest Europe [electronic resource].
By: Beattie, Cordelia.
Contributor(s): Stevens, Matthew Frank.Material type: TextSeries: Gender in the Middle Ages: Publisher: Woodbridge : Boydell & Brewer, 2013Description: 1 online resource (262 p.).ISBN: 9781782041146.Subject(s): Marriage -- Case studies | Wives -- Case studies | Wives -- Conduct of lifeGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Married Women and the Law in Premodern Northwest EuropeDDC classification: 306.8723 | 306.87230940902 Online resources: Click here to access online
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CONTENTS; Figures and Tables ; Contributors ; Introduction: Uncovering Married Woman ; 1. Inheritance, Property and Marriage in Medieval Norway; 2. Spousal Disputes, the Marital Property System, and the Law in Later Medieval Sweden ; 3. When Two Worlds Collide: Marriage and the Law in Medieval Ireland ; 4. Married Woman, Crime and the Courts in Late Medieval Wales ; 5. Peasant Women, Agency and Status in Mid-Thirteenth- to Late Fourteenth-Century England: Some Reconsiderations ; 6. London''s Married Women, Debt Litigation and Coverture in the Court of Common Pleas
7. Married Women, Contracts and Converture in Late Medieval England 8. Property, Family and Partnership: Married Women and Legal Capability in Late Medieval Ghent ; 9. ''For His Interest''? Women, Debt and Coverture in Early Modern Scotland ; 10. The Worth of Married Women in the English Church Courts, c. 1550-1730; 11. Married Women, Work and the Law: Evidence from Early Modern Germany ; Index
Fresh approaches to how premodern women were viewed in legal terms, demonstrating how this varied from country to country and across the centuries.