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Marvelous Protestantism: Monstrous Births in Post-Reformation England

Julie Crawford - Literary Criticism - 2005 - 270 pages
Crawford examines accounts of monstrous births in popular pamphlets along with the strikingly graphic illustrations accompanying them, demonstrating how Protestant reformers ...
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Gender and the English Revolution

Ann Hughes, Professor of Early Modern History Ann Hughes - History - 2011 - 192 pages
From the most important feminist scholar of early modern Britain in the UK, this is a fascinating and unique examination of how the experience of the civil wars in England ...
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Women as Mothers in Pre-Industrial England

Valerie Fildes - History - 2012 - 248 pages
Originally published in 1990, this book met the rising interest in the subject of women in pre-industrial England, bringing together a group of scholars with diverse and wide ...
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Women's History as Scientists: A Guide to the Debates

Leigh Ann Whaley - Reference - 2003 - 252 pages
Examines women's scientific achievements in light of the centuries-old debates and controversies revolving around qualifications, lack of educational opportunities, and ...
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Lying-in: A History of Childbirth in America

Richard W. Wertz - Health & Fitness - 1989 - 322 pages
This lively history of childbirth begins with colonial days, when childbirth was a social event, and moves on to the gradual medicalization of childbirth in America as doctors ...
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Conceiving the Old Regime: Pronatalism and the Politics of Reproduction in ...

Leslie Tuttle - History - 2010 - 247 pages
The French obsession with population has roots in the Old Regime, when the nascent French state used its growing power to convince French men and women to marry and procreate ...
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Anonymity in Early Modern England: 'What's In A Name?'

Professor Barbara Howard Traister, Dr Janet Wright Starner - Literary Criticism - 2013 - 198 pages
Expanding the scholarly conversation about Renaissance anonymity and attribution studies, this collection explores the phenomenon of anonymous publication in all its variety of ...
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