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Topics addressed include: Peasant women's contribution to the home Women and brewing Urban domestic slavery Women domestic servants in Florence during the 14th and 15th centuries Municipal wet-nurses in 15th century Montpellier Early modern midwifery Women in business in medieval Montpellier Women's work in a market town; late 14th century Exeter Women in the crafts in 16th century Lyon Women, family economy, structures of market production in Northern European cities
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Aided by a lucid introduction, ten essays by medieval historians, specialists in working women, explore women at work in early Europe. This important contribution to scholarship in medieval, early modern, and women's studies offers cases to test previous speculations on the topic of women's work. The women studied lived between the 13th and 17th centuries and from the Adriatic coast to England, the Netherlands to Italy. They worked in villages and towns; homes, brewhouses, counting-houses, and workshops; at childbeds, spinning wheels, account books, and ovens. The analysis of their stories is recommended to larger public and academic libraries. Richard C. Hoffmann, History Dept., York Univ., Downsview, Ontario
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Book Description Indiana Univ Pr, 1986. Paperback. Condition: New. 2nd Edition. Seller Inventory # DADAX0253203678
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