The Woman Question in France This is a revolutionary reinterpretation of the French past from the early fifteenth century to the establishment of the Third Republic focused on public challenges and defenses of masculine hierarch

  • Title: The Woman Question in France, 1400-1870
  • Author: Karen M. Offen
  • ISBN: 9781316992890
  • Page: 342
  • Format: ebook
  • This is a revolutionary reinterpretation of the French past from the early fifteenth century to the establishment of the Third Republic, focused on public challenges and defenses of masculine hierarchy in relations between women and men Karen Offen surveys heated exchanges around women s influence their exclusion from authority the increasing prominence of biomedicaThis is a revolutionary reinterpretation of the French past from the early fifteenth century to the establishment of the Third Republic, focused on public challenges and defenses of masculine hierarchy in relations between women and men Karen Offen surveys heated exchanges around women s influence their exclusion from authority the increasing prominence of biomedical thinking and population issues concerns about education, intellect, and the sexual politics of knowledge and the politics of women s work Initially, the majority of commentators were literate and influential men However, as and women attained literacy, they too began to analyze their situation in print and to contest men s claims about who women were and should be, and what they should be restrained from doing, and why As urban print culture exploded and revolutionary ideas of equality fuelled women s claims for emancipation, this question resonated throughout francophone Europe and, ultimately, across the seas.

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