6 edition of The Emerging Female Citizen found in the catalog.
May 15, 2006
by University of California Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||330|
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In explaining how both discourse and women's actions worked together to define women's roles in the nation, The Emerging Female Citizen not only illustrates the rising visibility of women, but also reveals the complex processes that led to women's relatively swift exit from most public institutions in the early s.
The story of emerging female citizens in the eighteenth century does not have as happy an ending as one might have hoped. Given the tremendous energy, intellectual force, and social influence Spanish women had in Enlightenment discourse and activities, it is perhaps surprising, even disappointing, that they were not able to sustain this momentum.
In explaining how both discourse and women's actions worked together to define women's roles in the nation, The Emerging Female Citizen not only illustrates the rising visibility of women, but also reveals the complex processes that led to women's relatively swift exit from most public institutions in Cited by: In explaining how both discourse and women's actions worked together to define women's roles in the nation, The Emerging Female Citizen not only illustrates the rising visibility of women, but also reveals the complex processes that led to women's relatively swift exit from most public institutions in Price: $ Get this from a library.
The emerging female citizen: gender and enlightenment in Spain. [Theresa Ann Smith] -- "Eighteenth-century Spanish women were not idle bystanders during one of Europe's most dynamic eras.
As Theresa Ann Smith demonstrates in this book, Spanish intellectuals, calling for. Get this from a library. The emerging female citizen: gender and enlightenment in Spain.
[Theresa Ann Smith] -- In analysing the meaning of women's presence in these diverse centres of the Enlightenment, Smith offers The Emerging Female Citizen book new interpretation of the dynamic relationships among political discourse, social action.
The Emerging Female Citizen: Gender and Enlightenment in Spain. Berkeley: U of California P, xiii + pages. Berkeley: U of California P, xiii + pages.
This excellent study invites us to spend time with a group of upper-class, largely educated, imaginative, and hard-working Spanish women who believed that the era of.
Eighteenth-century Spanish women were not idle bystanders during one of Europe's most dynamic eras. As this book demonstrates, Spanish intellectuals, calling for Spain to modernize its political, social, and economic institutions, brought the question of women's place to the forefront, as did women themselves.
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