New Perspectives on European Women's Legal History

Author:   Sara L. Kimble (DePaul University, USA) ,  Marion Roewekamp (Berlin Free University, Germany)
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
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9780367263980


Pages:   452
Publication Date:   15 May 2019
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Author:   Sara L. Kimble (DePaul University, USA) ,  Marion Roewekamp (Berlin Free University, Germany)
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
Imprint:   Routledge
ISBN:  

9780367263980


ISBN 10:   036726398
Pages:   452
Publication Date:   15 May 2019
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Forthcoming
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Preface [Ute Gerhard and Karen Offen] Acknowledgments Introduction: Legal Cultures and Communities of Female Protest in Modern European History, 1860-1960s [Sara L. Kimble and Marion Roewekamp] Part I: Gender and Family Law 1. Adaptation, Emulation, or Tradition?: Greek Family Law and the Courts in the First Decades of the Modern Greek State [Evdoxios Doxiadis] 2. Family Law, Legal Reforms, Female Lawyers and Feminist Claims in Spain, 1868-1950 [Gloria Nielfa] 3. Democracy at Home: Debating Family and Marriage Law in the First Czechoslovak Republic, 1918-1938 [Melissa Feinberg] 4. Equality at Stake: Legal and National Discourses on Family Law in Czechoslovakia, 1918-1931 [Jana Osterkamp] Part II: Women in the Legal Professions 5. The Rise of Modern Portias : Feminist Legal Activism in Republican France, 1890s-1940s [Sara L. Kimble] 6. Women and the Courts in Twentieth-Century Belgium: An Historical Perspective [Eva Schandevyl] 7. The First Lawyers and Attorneys: The Struggle for Professional Recognition of Women's Rights in Yugoslavia, 1918-1953 [Gordana Stojakovic] 8. Bulgarian Women in Legal Education and the Legal Profession During the First Half of the Twentieth Century [Krassimira Daskalova] 9. The Napoleonic Civil Code is to Blame for My Decision to Study Law : Female Polish Law Students and Lawyers in the Second Polish Republic (1918-1939) [Iwona Dadej] 10. Women, Equal Rights and the Legal Profession in Germany, 1895-1933 [Marion Roewekamp] 11. Feminism and Criminology in Britain, 1910-1950 [Anne Logan] 12. Attempting to Advocate: Women Entering the Legal Profession in Finland, 1885-1915 [Mia Korpiola] Part III: Transnational and International Intersections 13. Tracking Feminist Interventions in International Law Issues at the League of Nations: From the Nationality of Married Women to Legal Equality in the Family, 1919-1970 [Catherine Jacques] 14. Who Belongs or the Question of Women's Citizenship in Switzerland Since 1798 [Regina Wecker] 15. Legal Position of Women in Portugal: The Case of the Standing Committee on Legislation of the National Council of Portuguese Women (CNMP), 1914-1947 [Anne Cova] 16. Night Work for White Women and Bonded Labour for Native Women?: Contentious Traditions and the Globalization of Gender-Specific Labour Protection and Legal Equality Politics, 1926 to 1939 [Susan Zimmermann]

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Sara L. Kimble is a historian at DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois. Marion Roewekamp is Feodor Lynen Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation at UNAM and the Colegio de Mexico in Mexico City.

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