She is the co editor of the sixteenth century journal her previous publications include early modern europe 1450 1789 2006 women and gender in early modern europe 2nd edition 2000 gender in history 2001 and christianity and sexuality in the early modern world 2000. This course examines the lives experiences statues and perceptions of women in premodern europe from different perspectives economic social political religious and cultural themes addressed include the family working life education crime witchcraft politics female piety and the early feminists. Gender sex and the shaping of modern europe explores the key transformations of sexual identities and sexuality in europe from the french revolution to the present day crucially its focus is on gender as it is impossible to understand masculinity or femininity in isolation the book is designed to introduce students to the major issues surrounding gender and sexuality in modern european . Merry e wiesner hanks is distinguished professor in the department of history university of wisconsin milwaukee she describes herself as wearing two hats one as a historian of early modern europe and the other as a world global historian with a primary focus on women gender and sexuality within these. In men and violence gender honor and ritual in modern europe and america ed by p spierenburg 1998 zedner lucia women crime and custody in victorian england
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