Gender in History

About the series

The series aims to investigate the social and cultural constructions of gender in historical sources, as well as the gendering of historical discourse itself. It embraces both detailed case studies of specific regions or periods, and broader treatments of major themes. With a dedicated series editor for each chronological period, we welcome relevant proposals from scholars working in all periods from the medieval through to the twentieth century.

Series editors: Lynn Abrams, Cordelia Beattie, Julie Hardwick and Penny Summerfield.

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