Women in European History
January 2002, Wiley-Blackwell
1. Querelle des Femmes: A European Gender Dispute.
2. The French Revolution: The Dispute is Resumed.
3. Challenging Boundaries: A Third Gender Dispute.
4. From the Social and to the Political.
5. Between Extremes.
6. Civil, Political and Social Rights: A New Gender Debate.
Allison Brown has been a freelance translator of scholarly books and essays, largely in the fields of history and the social and political sciences, especially women's and cultural studies, since 1988. She has studied linguistics and German studies, and has an M.A. in translation science.
- Presents the ways in which the position of women has varied across time and in the different European cultures.
- Shows how debates on gender relations have shifted with changing historical conditions.
- Includes an account of women's movements and the emergence of historiography on women
"Bock offers interesting insights into class, race, and gender...Her treatment of the divisive legislation is sophisticated and nuanced." Mary Kinnear, University of Manitoba - Canadian Journal of History
"... A welcome addition to ... women's history in Europe.This is a stimulating book." Reviews