Women's Agency in Early Modern Britain and the American Colonies: Patriarchy, Partnership and Patronage

Women s Agency in Early Modern Britain and the American Colonies Patriarchy Partnership and Patronage In examining the differing lives of married women in the old and new worlds O Day challenges the assumption that women of the North American colonies had agency than those in Britain She demonstrates

  • Title: Women's Agency in Early Modern Britain and the American Colonies: Patriarchy, Partnership and Patronage
  • Author: Rosemary O'Day
  • ISBN: 9780582294639
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Paperback
  • In examining the differing lives of married women in the old and new worlds O Day challenges the assumption that women of the North American colonies had agency than those in Britain She demonstrates that gender is indeed a social construct and that different societies will construct it differently However, far from leading us into the realms of abstract speculationIn examining the differing lives of married women in the old and new worlds O Day challenges the assumption that women of the North American colonies had agency than those in Britain She demonstrates that gender is indeed a social construct and that different societies will construct it differently However, far from leading us into the realms of abstract speculation, O Day focuses on the real lives of real women, exploring how far their experience was determined by their family roles and to what extent they existed as individuals, expanding their own horizons and those of future women.

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