5 edition of Women in British Politics, 1760-1860 found in the catalog.
by St. Martin"s Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Kathryn Gleadle (Editor), Sarah Richardson (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||179|
Pages in category "British women in politics" The following 23 pages are in this category, out of 23 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().  See, for example, E. Eger, C. Grant, C. Ó Gallchoir, & P. Warburton (Eds) () Women, Writing and the Public Sphere, – (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press); K. Gleadle & S. Richardson (Eds) () Women in British Politics, – the power of the petticoat (Basingstoke: Macmillan); A. K. Mellor () Mothers of the Cited by:
Is part of Book Title Women, privilege, and power: British politics, to the present Author(s) Amanda Vickery Date Publisher Stanford University Press Pub place Stanford, Calif Volume The making of modern freedom ISBN ISBN The author throws new light on women's political activities and challenges many traditional assumptions about contemporary politics. The book gives fresh insights into the Reform Act of , pays attention to continuities in political practice and ideas, and brings focus to the primary significance of parish politics within the day-to-day.
Cambridge: ; Valman, Nadia, “Women Writers and the Campaign for Jewish Civil Rights in Early Victorian England.” In Women in British Politics, – The Power of the Petticoat, edited by Kathryn Gleadle and Sarah Richardson, 93– London: KATHRYN GLEADLE is a British Academy Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at London Guildhall University. She has written widely on nineteenth-century women and politics. Her previous publications include The Early Feminists (with Sarah Richardson), Women in British Politics, , The Power of the Petticoat and British Women in the Nineteenth.
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Women in British Politics, The Power of the Petticoat th Edition by Kathryn Gleadle (Editor), S. Richardson (Editor)Format: Hardcover, International Edition. : Women in British Politics, The Power of the Petticoat (): Gleadle, Kathryn, Richardson, S.: Books.
The attention to neglected aspects of women's political activity, such as religion, domesticity, European nationalism, empire, and lifestyle enable this book to challenge not only the historiography of Georgian and Victorian women, but also the nature of political history itself.
KATHRYN GLEADLE holds a British Academy Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship in the Department of Politics and Modern History at London Guildhall University. She is the author of The Early Feminists: Radical Unitarians and the Emergence of the Women's.
Women in British Politics, The Power of the Petticoat Kathryn Gleadle, Sarah Richardson No preview available - About the author () Kathryn Gleadle holds a British Academy.
Women in British Politics, The Power of the Petticoat, edited by Kathryn Gleadle and Sarah Richardson; pp. xii + Basingstoke and New York Author: Anna Clark. The role of women in elections more generally is examined in Elaine Chalus, ‘“That Epidemical Madness’: Women and Electoral Politics in the Late Eighteenth Century’, in Hannah Barker and Elaine Chalus (eds), Gender in Eighteenth Century England: Roles, Women in British Politics and Responsibilities (London: Longman, ), by: 2.
The volume illuminates the limitations placed on women's political writings and their broader political role by the social and scholarly institutions of early modern Europe. In so doing, the authors probe legal and political restraints, distinct national and state organisation, and assumptions concerning women's proper intellectual interests.
This book examines the many different ways in which women achieved public standing and exercised political power in England from the middle of the eighteenth century to the present.
It shows how rank, property, and inheritance could confer de facto power on privileged women, and how across the centuries the arrogance of birth and title empowered aristocratic women to. Buy Women in British Politics, The Power of the Petticoat by Gleadle, Kathryn, Richardson, S.
(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback. This groundbreaking volume examines women's political involvement from a variety of innovative angles.
In addition to exploring literary sources and women's contribution to electoral processes, pressure group politics are examined in depth (including Jewish civil rights and the campaigns against the Corn Laws and Indian widow-burning). Women in British Politics, brings together several of the most important recent threads of scholarship in this field."-- "Emma Vincent Macleod in H-Albion" Synopsis Claiming for themselves the Petticoat Government metaphor used during the period by those who feared women's power both in political arenas and in domestic space, British historians Author: NA NA.
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Women in British. Women in British Politics, the power of the petticoat KATHRYN GLEADLE & SARAH RICHARDSON (Eds), Basingstoke: Macmillan. xii + pp., ISBN 0 9 hardback; 0 7 paperback. Women, Privilege, and Power book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
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British Women and Radical Politics in the Late Nonconformist Enlightenment, C. – and Power - British Politics, to the Present * Series Foreword. Billington, L. and R. Billington, ‘A burning zeal for righteousness: women in the British anti-slavery movement, –’ in Jane Rendall (ed.), Equal or Different.
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