There are now over 100 titles in Ashgate’s Women and Gender in the Early Modern World series. To celebrate, Ashgate are generously offering readers of Gender and Work in Early Modern Europe a 20% discount on all books in the series (discount code below). In return, we’d appreciate it if you subscribed to the blog.
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Check out some of our posts so far:
- Allyson Poska, A Transatlantic Gap. An introductory discussion of some of the ways that the creation of the Atlantic economy reconfigured European women’s work.
- Jonas Lindström, Men’s Work, a comment on Tawny Paul’s ‘What’s in a Name? Men, Work and Occupational Identity.
- Tawny Paul, What’s in a Name? Men, Work and Occupational Identity.
- Cathryn Spence, Taxing History: Space, Place and Gender in Early Modern Edinburgh
- Judith Spicksley, What is a ‘Spinster’? Spinster Mothers in the Seventeenth Century
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