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Hinchliff, Catherine, Fall 2018
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Eleanor Hubbard. 2014 .

Hubbard, Eleanor (Eleanor Kathryn),

note: 1. In Search of Preferment -- 2. Making a Match -- 3. Maidservants Adrift -- 4. Household Mistresses -- 5. Public Lives -- 6. Her Honest Labor -- 7. Dealing with Death.
Eleanor Hubbard. 2012 .

Hubbard, Eleanor.

'City Women' is a major new study of the lives of ordinary women in early modern London. By using court testimonies written down by clerks, it tells the stories of these mostly illiterate women in their own words and explores their dogged struggles for survival and advancement.
Laura Gowing. 2003 .

Gowing, Laura.

"This book explores for the first time how ordinary women of the early modern period in England understood and experienced their bodies. Using letters, popular literature, and detailed legal records from courts that were obsessively concerned with regulating morals, the book…
  • Eisenhower M Level Reserves
    HQ1599.E5 G69 2003 c. 1
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    HQ1599.E5 G69 2003 c.1
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Laura Gowing. 1996 .

Gowing, Laura.

1. Gender, Household, and City -- 2. Women in Court -- 3. The Language of Insult -- 4. Words, Honour, and Reputation -- 5. The Economy of Courtship -- 6. Domestic Disorders: Adultery and Violence -- 7. Narratives of Litigation -- 8. Conclusion.
Amanda E. Herbert. 2014 .

Herbert, Amanda E.

"In the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, cultural, economic, and political changes, as well as increased geographic mobility, placed strains upon British society. But by cultivating friendships and alliances, women worked to socially cohere Britain and its…
7. Gender and the English revolution Book , Print in English
Ann Hughes. 2012 .

Hughes, Ann, 1951-

"In this fascinating and unique study, Ann Hughes examines how the experience of civil war in seventeenth-century England affected the roles of women and men in politics and society; and how conventional concepts of masculinity and femininity were called into question by the war…
Cynthia B. Herrup. 1999 .

Herrup, Cynthia B.

This work offers an interpretation of the case of the second Earl of Castlehaven, who was convicted of abetting the rape of his wife and of committing sodomy with his servants. He also stood accused of inverting the natural order of his household.
Tim Hitchcock and Robert Shoemaker. 2015 .

Hitchcock, Tim, 1957-

London Lives is a fascinating new study which exposes, for the first time, the lesser-known experiences of eighteenth-century thieves, paupers, prostitutes and highwaymen. It charts the experiences of hundreds of thousands of Londoners who found themselves submerged in poverty or…
Thomas Laqueur. 1990 .

Laqueur, Thomas Walter.

  • Eisenhower M Level Reserves
    HQ1075 .L371 1990 c. 1
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    HQ1075 .L37 1990 c. 2
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    HQ1075 .L37 1990 c. INST1
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13. Meanings of manhood in early modern England Book , Print in English
Alexandra Shepard. 2003 .

Shepard, Alexandra.

The constant age -- The imagined body of 'man's estate' -- Models of manhood -- Youthful excess and fraternal bonding -- The violence of manhood -- Respectability, sex and status -- Credit, provision, and worth -- The 'ancienter sort'…
Margaret R. Hunt. 1996 .

Hunt, Margaret R., 1953-

Introduction: The Middling Sort -- 1. Capital, Credit, and the Family -- 2. A Generation of Vipers: Prudential Virtue and the Sons of Trade -- 3. To Read, Knit, and Spin: Middling Daughters and the Family Economy…
Amy M. Froide. 2005 .

Froide, Amy M.

"This book is both a social-economic study of singlewomen and a cultural study of the meanings of singleness in early modern England. It focuses on never-married women in England's provincial towns, and on singlewomen from a broad social spectrum. Covering the entire early modern…
Amy M. Froide. 2005 .

Froide, Amy M.

A book of original research on the women who never married in early modern England, this text looks at how singlewomen's lives differed from those of wives and widows, at the social relationships of women without husbands, and at how these women supported themselves.
Steve Hindle. 2004 .

Hindle, Steve, 1965-

"On the Parish? is a study of the negotiations which took place over the allocation of poor relief in the rural communities of sixteenth, seventeenth, and early eighteenth-century England. It analyses the relationships between the enduring systems of informal support through…
Steve Hindle. 2004 .

Hindle, Steve, 1965-

'On The Parish?' is a study of the experience of poor relief in the rural parishes of early modern England. It explores the relationship of paupers not only to the parish officers who administered the Elizabethan poor laws but also to their kinfolk and neighbours who continued to…
19. Parents of poor children in England 1580-1800 Book , Print in English
Patricia Crawford. 2010 .

Crawford, Patricia (Patricia M.)

A study of the mothers and fathers of poor children in early modern England, drawing upon a wide range of archival material, including quarter session records, petitions for assistance, applications for places in the London Foundling Hospital, and evidence from criminal trials in…
20. Parents of poor children in England 1580-1800 Book , Online in English
Patricia Crawford. 2010 .

Crawford, Patricia (Patricia M.)

A study of the mothers and fathers of poor children in early modern England, drawing upon a wide range of archival material, including quarter session records, petitions for assistance, applications for places in the London Foundling Hospital, and evidence from criminal trials in…
1922 .
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    PO1181.R75 P4 c. 1
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Amy M. Froide. 2017 .

Froide, Amy M.,

Introduction: women as public investors in England -- Playing the lottery for marriage and profit -- Early adopters: women investors in the early years of the financial revolution -- Women as investors for their families -- Unmarried women investing for "retirement"…
Mary E. Fissell. 2004 .

Fissell, Mary Elizabeth.

Making babies was a mysterious process in 17th-century England. Fissell uses popular sources to recover how ordinary men and women understood the process of reproduction. Because the human body was often used as a metaphor for social relations, the events of high politics…
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    GT2465.G7 F57 2004 c. 1
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    GT2465.G7 F57 2004 c. 1
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25. Women's worlds in seventeenth-century England Book , Print in English
edited by Patricia Crawford and Laura Gowing. 2000 .

1. Bodies -- 2. Religion, Beliefs, Spirituality -- 3. Work -- 4. Poverty and Property -- 5. Sexual Experiences -- 6. Marriage -- 7. Maternity -- 8. Relationships -- 9. Politics and Protests -- 10. Mental Worlds.
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    HQ1599.E5 W73 2000 c. 1
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  • Institute of the History of Medicine Books - Stack Level 8, Welch Library
    HQ1599.E5 W73 2000 c. 1
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Tim Reinke-Williams, School of Social Science, University of Northampton, UK. 2014 .

Reinke-Williams, Tim, 1978-

This is the first work to explore how women from the middling sorts and the labouring poor fashioned identities as honest individuals of good repute. Using depositions, interrogations and trial reports from the London church courts, the Bridewell hospital and the Old Bailey,…