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Laura Gowing
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Gowing's fine book, Domestic Dangers, offers a carefully crafted and compelling analysis of the meanings of gender in late-sixteenth- and ntury London. -Journal of Women's History.

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Laura Gowing is Lecturer in Historical Studies at the University of Hertfordshire.

Create digital flashcards instantly. Gowing's work significantly contributes to the understanding of gender relations and gender ideology within the setting of London neighborhoods and law courts. Laura Gowing is Lecturer in Historical Studies at the University of Hertfordshire. Publisher: Oxford University Press (July 25, 1996). Publication Date: July 25, 1996.

Domestic Dangers book. else is woman but a foe to friendship. In this fascinating and original book, Laura Gowing considers what gender & else is woman but a foe to friendship.

This book examines for the first time women's experiences and gender relations in the diverse and mobile society of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century London. It focuses on disputes over sex, marriage, and insults, with a detailed analysis based on legal records that have not been used before. It presents a powerful and vivid picture of the working of gender relations, honour, and morals in the practice of daily life. Keywords: women, sex, marriage, insults, London, legal records, gender relations, honour, morals. Bibliographic Information. Print publication date:.

In a fascinating and originalbook, Laura Gowing considers what gender difference meant in the practice of daily life, examining the working of gender relations in sex, courtship, marriage, conflict. ISBN13:9780198207634.

In this fascinating and original book, Laura Gowing considers what gender difference meant in the practice of daily life, examining the . Oxford Studies in Social History. Oxford University Press, USA.

In this fascinating and original book, Laura Gowing considers what gender difference meant in the practice of daily life, examining the working of gender relations in sex, courtship, marriage conflict, and verbal disputes. Book Format.

combines meticulous social history with analyses of women's court-room testimonies that reflect the recent work of. .

Oxford Studies in Social History. Women, Words, and Sex in Early Modern London. The first examination of women's experiences, and gender relations, in the diverse, mobile society of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century London. Laura Gowing, Senior Lecturer in History, University of Hertfordshire.

Domestic Dangers: Women, Words, and Sex in Early Modern London.

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Gowing, L. (1996) Domestic Dangers: Women, Words and Sex in Early Modern London, Oxford: Oxford University Press. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Griffiths, P. and Jenner, . Hobby, E. (1988) Virtue of Necessity: English Women's Writing 1649–1688, London: Virago

`What else is woman but a foe to friendship ... a domestic danger.' These words, taken from a biblical commentary by St John Chrysostom, are frequently quoted in early modern literature, showing that sexual morality was central to the patriarchal society of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century England. In this fascinating and original book, Laura Gowing considers what gender difference meant in the practice of daily life, examining the working of gender relations in sex, courtship, marriage conflict, and verbal disputes.