Historical and Archaeological Perspectives on Gender Transformations

From Private to Public

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ISBN: 978-1-4614-4862-4 (Print) 978-1-4614-4863-1 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiv

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    Pages 1-20

    Introduction to Historical and Archaeological Perspectives on Gender Transformations: From Private to Public

  3. The Private is Political: The Public Sphere inside the Domestic Sphere of the Home

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 21-21

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      Pages 23-43

      ‘The Proud Air of an Unwilling Slave’: Tea, Women and Domesticity, c.1700–1900

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      Pages 45-62

      Domestic Production for Public Markets: The Arts and Crafts Movement in Deerfield, Massachusetts, c.1850–c.1911

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      Pages 63-83

      Troubling the Domestic Sphere: Women Reformers and the Changing Place of the Home in the United States, 1854–1939

  4. How External Colonization made Domestic, Intimate, and Bodily Affairs Public

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 85-85

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      Pages 87-103

      Gender, Ethnicity, Religion and Sanitation After the Fall of the Muslim Granada Kingdom in Medieval Spain

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      Pages 105-128

      Intimate Matters in Public Encounters: Massachusetts Praying Indian Communities and Colonialism in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries

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      Pages 129-147

      Reforming Bodies: Self-Governance, Anxiety, and Cape Colonial Architecture in South Africa, 1665–1860

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      Pages 149-170

      Missionization and the Cult of Domesticity, 1769–1850: Local Investigation of a Global Process

  5. Transformations of Domestic and Private Bodily Matters into Public Concerns and Organizations

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 171-171

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      Pages 173-214

      Western Gender Transformations from the Eighteenth Century to the Early Twentieth Century: Combining the Domestic and Public Spheres

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      Pages 215-229

      Decently Dressed: Women’s Fashion and Dress Reform in the Nineteenth Century United States

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      Pages 231-274

      Mina Miller Edison, Education, Social Reform, and the Permeable Boundaries of Domestic Space, 1886–1940

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      Pages 275-303

      Ethical Practice and Material Ethics: Domestic Technology and Swedish Modernity in the Early Twentieth Century, Exemplified from the Life of Hanna Rydh

  6. Internal Colonialism: Public Reform of Domestic Material Practices

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 305-305

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      Pages 307-336

      Making Men and Women Blush: Masculinity, Femininity, and Reform in Nineteenth-Century Central New York

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      Pages 337-362

      Sisters Across the Bay: Archaeology and the Influence of Two Late Nineteenth-Century Free Kindergartens in Northern California

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      Pages 363-388

      Reform to Repatriation: Gendering an Americanization Movement in Early Twentieth-Century California

  7. Commentary

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 389-389

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      Pages 391-423

      Commentary: How Feminist Theories Increase Our Understanding of Processes of Gender Transformation

  8. Back Matter

    Pages 425-430