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Women, Identities and Communities in Early Modern Europe.

By: Tarbin, Stephanie.
Contributor(s): Broomhall, Susan | Poska, Professor Allyson M | Zanger, Professor Abby.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Women and Gender in the Early Modern World: Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2016Description: 1 online resource (261 p.).ISBN: 9781351871648.Subject(s): Women--Europe--Identity--HistoryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Women, Identities and Communities in Early Modern EuropeDDC classification: 305.40940903000001 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Illustrations -- Notes on Contributors -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Part 1 Reading Communities in History -- 1 Real and Imagined Communities in the Lives of Women in Seventeenth-Century Ireland: Identity and Gender -- 2 The Abuse of History? Identity Politics, Disordered Identity and the 'Really Real' in French Cases of Demonic Possession -- Part 2 Domestic Polities
3 'In myn own house': The Troubled Connections between Servant Marriages, Late-Medieval English Household Communities and Early Modern Historiography -- 4 Recusants, Daughters and Sisters in Christ: English Nuns and their Communities in the Seventeenth Century -- Part 3 Social Networks -- 5 'Charity is worth it when it looks that good': Rural Women and Bequests of Clothing in Early Modern England -- 6 Female Magic and Women's Social Relations in Eighteenth-Century Sweden -- Part 4 Negotiating the City -- 7 The Gorgon of Augsburg
8 Giving Birth at the Magistrate's Gate: Single Mothers in the Early Modern City -- Part 5 Gentry Communities -- 9 Neighbourhood as Female Community in the Life of Anne Dormer -- 10 A Revolution Correspondence: Elizabeth Packer Geddes and Elizabeth Burnet -- Part 6 Queens and Court -- 11 Gendering the Culture of Honour at the Fifteenth-Century Burgundian Court -- 12 Public Identity and Public Memory: Case Studies of Two Tudor Women -- 13 In Praise of Queens: The Public Presentation of the Virtuous Consort in Seventeenth-Century Britain -- Select Bibliography -- Index
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Illustrations -- Notes on Contributors -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Part 1 Reading Communities in History -- 1 Real and Imagined Communities in the Lives of Women in Seventeenth-Century Ireland: Identity and Gender -- 2 The Abuse of History? Identity Politics, Disordered Identity and the 'Really Real' in French Cases of Demonic Possession -- Part 2 Domestic Polities

3 'In myn own house': The Troubled Connections between Servant Marriages, Late-Medieval English Household Communities and Early Modern Historiography -- 4 Recusants, Daughters and Sisters in Christ: English Nuns and their Communities in the Seventeenth Century -- Part 3 Social Networks -- 5 'Charity is worth it when it looks that good': Rural Women and Bequests of Clothing in Early Modern England -- 6 Female Magic and Women's Social Relations in Eighteenth-Century Sweden -- Part 4 Negotiating the City -- 7 The Gorgon of Augsburg

8 Giving Birth at the Magistrate's Gate: Single Mothers in the Early Modern City -- Part 5 Gentry Communities -- 9 Neighbourhood as Female Community in the Life of Anne Dormer -- 10 A Revolution Correspondence: Elizabeth Packer Geddes and Elizabeth Burnet -- Part 6 Queens and Court -- 11 Gendering the Culture of Honour at the Fifteenth-Century Burgundian Court -- 12 Public Identity and Public Memory: Case Studies of Two Tudor Women -- 13 In Praise of Queens: The Public Presentation of the Virtuous Consort in Seventeenth-Century Britain -- Select Bibliography -- Index

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Stephanie Tarbin is Research Fellow and Susan Broomhall is Associate Professor both in the School of Humanities at The University of Western Australia.

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