8 edition of Elite Women in English Political Life c.1754-1790 (Oxford Historical Monographs) found in the catalog.
July 23, 2005
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||284|
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Chalus argues that the personal, social, and particularly the familial nature of eighteenth-century politics provided more women with a wider variety of opportunities for involvement than ever before.
Show more. Elite Women in English Political Life c Elaine Chalus. A Clarendon Press Publication. This book explores the gendered nature of politics and political life in 18th-century England by focusing on the political involvement of female members of the political elite.
The book challenges the notion that only exceptional women were involved in politics, that their participation was necessarily limited and indirect, and that their involvement was inevitably declining after the Author: Elaine Chalus.
Elaine Chalus challenges the notion that only exceptional women were involved in politics, that their participation was necessarily limited and indirect, and that their involvement was inevitably declining after the Westminster Election.
Elite women in English political life, c [Elaine Chalus] -- Based on wide-ranging research into political, personal, and general correspondences across a period of significant social and political change, this text explores the gendered nature of politics and. Get this from a library.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.1/5(3). 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).
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 overawe enfranchised men.
Political historians have always accepted that there was some interweaving of society and politics in eighteenth-century England; most would also accept that this involved some elite women.
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Monasticism and being associated with a convent helped women get literacy in various arts, become well-versed in theology, enjoy a certain amount of freedom and get rid of the obligation of getting married. ELITE WOMEN, SOCIAL POLITICS, AND THE POLITICAL WORLD OF LATE EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY ENGLAND* ELAINE CHALUS Bath Spa University College ABSTRACT.
Political historians have recognized that politics and high society interacted in eighteenth-century England; and most would also recognize the presence of elite women in the social world of politicians.
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