Merry e wiesner hanks women and gender in early modern europe has long been a staple of classroom instruction with this new edition she makes a fine textbook even better her addition of questions of global history intersectionality race and consumer revolution are most welcome and will be highly relevant for contemporary classroom use. One of the most spectacular books ive ever been assigned for school great overview of subjects pertaining to women and gender in early modern europe really though well worth the read and includes such an extensive bibliography that if i read only books referenced in this one id probably be busy for the rest of my life. This work explores the construction of gender norms and examines how they were reflected and reinforced by legal institutional practices in europe in this period taking a gendered approach criminal prosecution and punishment are discussed in relation to the victims and perpretrators this volume investigates various representations of femininity by assessing female experiences including wife . European law was either church law roman law or customary law often a mixture of all three roman law was especially strong in italy spain portugal and france south of the loire and it became stronger still as roman law was revived among jurists but throughout europe a persons legal status depended on gender. In men and violence gender honor and ritual in modern europe and america ed by p spierenburg 1998 zedner lucia women crime and custody in victorian england
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