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Connecting Spheres: European Women in a Globalizing World, 1500 to the Present (Hardback)
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Connecting Spheres: European Women in a Globalizing World, 1500 to the Present (Hardback)

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Hardback 352 Pages / Published: 01/11/1999
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In Connecting Spheres, Boxer and Quataert, along with an array of eminent contributors, examine the social history of women within western civilization over the past 500 years. Expanded and updated, this new edition addresses both long-standing and more recent issues which have affected women's live in modern Europe. These topics include the role of women inpublic versus private spheres; changes in family life in post-communist Eastern Europe; the impact of religion on the lives of women; the growth of the prostitution sector; the rise of feminism and antifeminism; and the part female sexuality has played in impctin women's roles in social and political life.

Publisher: Oxford University Press Inc
ISBN: 9780195109504
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 628 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 23 mm
Edition: 2nd Revised edition


MEDIA REVIEWS
Praise for the previous edition:
"It supplements our male-oriented Western civilization text very well. [The] articles are terrific!" -- Marcelline Hutton, Hamilton College
"This book adds what many others lack: background essays which are highly readable and intelligent. The articles are well written and bring the latest research into the grasp of undergraduates. Some of the best social history to be found -- the book is carefully and intelligently presented, and
above all, geared to interest students." -- Daryl M. Hafter, Eastern Michigan University
"A good scholarly blending of themes of women's history into the themes of Western civilization." -- Donald P. King, Whitman College


Praise for the previous edition:
"It supplements our male-oriented Western civilization text very well. [The] articles are terrific!" -- Marcelline Hutton, Hamilton College
"This book adds what many others lack: background essays which are highly readable and intelligent. The articles are well written and bring the latest research into the grasp of undergraduates. Some of the best social history to be found -- the book is carefully and intelligently presented, and
above all, geared to interest students." -- Daryl M. Hafter, Eastern Michigan University
"A good scholarly blending of themes of women's history into the themes of Western civilization." -- Donald P. King, Whitman College

Praise for the previous edition:
"It supplements our male-oriented Western civilization text very well. [The] articles are terrific!" -- Marcelline Hutton, Hamilton College
"This book adds what many others lack: background essays which are highly readable and intelligent. The articles are well written and bring the latest research into the grasp of undergraduates. Some of the best social history to be found -- the book is carefully and intelligently presented, and above all, geared to interest students." -- Daryl M. Hafter, Eastern Michigan University
"A good scholarly blending of themes of women's history into the themes of Western civilization." -- Donald P. King, Whitman College


Praise for the previous edition:
"It supplements our male-oriented Western civilization text very well. [The] articles are terrific!" -- Marcelline Hutton, Hamilton College
"This book adds what many others lack: background essays which are highly readable and intelligent. The articles are well written and bring the latest research into the grasp of undergraduates. Some of the best social history to be found -- the book is carefully and intelligently presented, and above all, geared to interest students." -- Daryl M. Hafter, Eastern Michigan University
"A good scholarly blending of themes of women's history into the themes of Western civilization." -- Donald P. King, Whitman College


Praise for the previous edition:


"It supplements our male-oriented Western civilization text very well. [The] articles are terrific!" -- Marcelline Hutton, Hamilton College


"This book adds what many others lack: background essays which are highly readable and intelligent. The articles are well written and bring the latest research into the grasp of undergraduates. Some of the best social history to be found -- the book is carefully and intelligently presented, and above all, geared to interest students." -- Daryl M. Hafter, Eastern Michigan University


"A good scholarly blending of themes of women's history into the themes of Western civilization." -- Donald P. King, Whitman College


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