Gender Relations In German History: Power, Agency And Experience From The Sixteenth To The Twentieth Century

1st Edition

Lynn Abrams, Elizabeth Harvey

Routledge
Published October 2, 2017
Reference - 272 Pages
ISBN 9781138167391 - CAT# Y218991
Series: Women's and Gender History

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Summary

This collection of essays examines the construction of gender norms in early modern and modern Germany.; The modes of reinforcement by the state, the church, the law and marriage, and the resistance to these norms by individuals, are central to each of the contributions.; It examines discourses of the body and sexuality and the relations between gender and power. Similarly, the usefulness of the "public/private paradigm" familiar to gender historians is further challenged.

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