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Olwen Hufton
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Start by marking Gender And The Use Of Time (European Forum, V. 2) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Read by Olwen H. Hufton. This volume presents the findings of a year-long forum held at the European University Institute in 1994-5, which focused on the complex issues arising from the differences in time-use between the sexes at the end of the 20th century.

gender-related issues. In particular, a very relevant antecedent of the GSP was the 1994/95 European Forum on Gender and The Use of Time, directed by Olwen Hufton and Yota Kravaritou. In 2001 Luisa Passerini, as the first Director of the GSP, initiated a series of lectures in the name of Ursula Hirschmann, which are currently organised by the Chair in Gender History in conjunction with the Robert Schuman Centre. Over the years, both the academic and the administrative bodies of the EUI, have debated policy issues that have gender and identity at their core. Firstly, there was a felt to need.

Dame Olwen H. Hufton, DBE, FBA, FRHistS (born 1938) is a British historian of early modern Europe and a pioneer of social history and of women's history. She is an expert on early modern, western European comparative socio-cultural history with. She is an expert on early modern, western European comparative socio-cultural history with special emphasis on gender, poverty, social relations, religion and work.

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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Women and the Limits of Citizenship in the French Revolution (Heritage Book 1989). Olwen H. Hufton is a professor of European History and Women's Studies at Harvard University. Hufton examines the ways in which the limitations on women were based not only on the law as it concerned their status in society, but also on the stereotypes (or "myths") that were believed by those in power. Some of these involved philosophic notions that political activity among women was a dangerous perversion.

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Nostalgia, and the Rural Idyll in Eighteenth-Century Germany, 139 The Religious Sense in a Post-War Secular Age, 159 Alex Owen Generations and History Olwen Hufton s Poor, Richard Cobb s People, and the Notions of the longue durée in French Revolutionary Historiography, 178 Colin Jones. Option 1 Denied Boarding Compensation voucher may be used for a single Emirates operated two sector return journey between Dubai and the adjoining list of cities. OR) Between Australia & New Zealand or. More information. Denied Boarding Eligibility.

Olwen Hufton He identified, using the visitation lists of earlier centuries, the decades preceding the Revolution as the historical moment when certain male.

Résumé Index Plan Texte Bibliographie Notes Citation Auteur. He identified, using the visitation lists of earlier centuries, the decades preceding the Revolution as the historical moment when certain male occupations – which included viticulteurs, and indeed the drink trade generally, and soldiers – were most precocious in departing entirely from the formal observation of their faith.

She is an expert on early modern, western European comparative socio-cultural history with special emphasis on gender, poverty, social relations, religion and work.

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This new volume presents the findings of a year-long forum held at the European University Institute in 1994--5, which focused on the complex issues arising from the differences in time use between the sexes at the end of the twentieth century. It addresses critical questions such as: * How far does gender play a vital role in determining how much time is spent in paid work in the market and how much in unpaid caring work in the home? As a consequence, who has rights to pensions and benefits? * How much time can either sex devote to leisure or to political activities? * What are the consequences of the distribution of time and how much change can one see in traditional patterns over the past two decades? * How far have recent economic developments relating to unemployment, part-time or intermittent work and reductions in welfare services had gender-specific consequences contributing to a `feminisation' of poverty? Among the contributors to this study are distinguished demographers, sociologists and social policy experts, philosophers and jurists, each employing different approaches and drawing upon a wide variety of evidence. This includes time budget analyses, employment and population data, interviews to discern the differing attitudes of fathers and mothers to time spent with their children, assessments of the premises on which welfare systems have been constructed, and analyses of the language and assumptions used in the directives of the European Commission. In addition, experiments involving parental leave and ideas and initiatives to redistribute working time, such as Citizens Income, are considered in order to further the debate on how social change may be achieved.