Gendering Scottish history an international approach

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  • Sex role -- Europe -- History.,
  • Sex role -- Scotland -- History.

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Statementedited by Terry Brotherstone, Deborah Simonton, and Oonagh Walsh.
SeriesMackie occasional colloquia series -- no. 1
ContributionsWalsh, Oonagh., Simonton, Deborah, 1948-, Brotherstone, Terry.
The Physical Object
Paginationxxi, 280 p. ;
Number of Pages280
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22364063M
ISBN 101873448163, 187344818X

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Scottish history is undergoing a renaissance. Everyone agrees that an understanding of our nation's history is integral to our experience of its present and the shaping of the future.

But the story of Scotland's past is being told with little reference to gendered identities. Not only are women largely missing from these grand narratives, but men's experience has tended to be sublimated in.

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This book offers a new perspective on Scotland's past since around It addresses some of the main themes in Scottish history from a different perspective.

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A series of essays offering a feminist and international perspective on Scottish, European and North American history, contribution of women to the creation of the welfare state and the varying treatment of men and women by asylums and reform schools are among the subjects considered.

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‎Employing gender as a unifying critical focus, Caroline Jackson-Houlston draws on the full range of Walter Scott’s novels to propose new links between Scott and Romantic-era authors such as Sophia Lee, Jane Porter, Jane Austen, Sydney Owenson, Elizabeth Hands, Thomas Love Peacock, and Robert Bage.

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He has edited or co-edited, and contributed to: Covenant, Charter and Party: revolt and protest in modern Scottish history (); The Trotsky Reappraisal (), History, Economic History and the Future of Marxism (); Gendering Scottish History: an international approach (); and These Fissured Isles: Ireland, Scotland and British Format: Hardcover.

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Deborah Simonton. 20 Jun Deborah Simonton is Associate Professor of British History at the University of Southern Denmark. Her publications include A History of European Women’s Work, to the Present (), Gendering Scottish History, an international approach () (co-edited) and.

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