Search Results

You are looking at 31 - 40 of 123 items for :

  • History of Ideology x
  • All content x
Clear All
Restricted access

Nicole Hudgins

property to the way it had been, status quo antebellum: to reconstruct as closely as possible the assets of their class and gender, with considerably less emphasis on the need to update shop floor technologies or working conditions. This replicative impulse

Restricted access

Art to Table

The Power of Aesthetics in Women’s Cookbooks of the Belle Époque

Samantha Presnal

. Having found success with a professional audience, these businessmen turned their attention to a new demographic—women. While evidence suggests that upper-class women were already consulting cookbooks to train the hired help, only a few books purported to

Free access

Nicholas L. Syrett

Halperin, who was building on the work of Michel Foucault, age (as well as class and status) asymmetry was key to how ancient Greeks structured sexual pairings between male citizens and the young men they mentored and penetrated. Some of the earliest

Restricted access

Beyond the Myth of Lesbian Montmartre

The Case of Chez Palmyre

Leslie Choquette

, emphasizing the production of a bourgeois, male discourse in which lesbians embodied class, gender, and sexual Otherness. 2 Subsequent studies have extended this notion of discourse to sources once considered objective, such as criminal proceedings. 3 My

Free access

The Modernity of Political Representation

Its Innovative Thrust and Transnational Semantic Transfers during the Sattelzeit (Eighteenth to Nineteenth Centuries)

Samuel Hayat and José María Rosales

, relying on regular elections to select the wisest, and often richest, members of society—a system soon to be called representative government. In many countries, this conceptual polarity both influenced and was a result of class conflicts and rivalries

Restricted access

“Till I Have Done All That I Can”

An Auxiliary Nurse’s Memories of World War I

Michelle Moravec

even more valued by the “nonprofessional women” of Clarke’s class, who were invited “to do a patriotic and humane service” equal in importance to serving in the military. 41 This framing was aided by a transformation of child welfare from a benevolent

Restricted access

Christina Oesterheld

sobriety and restraint preached by the reformers and a last resort for feeling and practicing romantic love when the courtesan’s soiree was no longer available to respectable middle-class men. Print culture and the gramophone took the place of the courtesan

Restricted access

Carl Strikwerda

argued that their country’s increasing dependence on trade and industry required a navy like Britain’s. As General Friedrich von Bernhardi claimed in 1912, “The livelihood of our working classes directly depends on the maintenance and expansion of our

Restricted access

“Such a Poor Finish”

Illegitimacy, Murder, and War Veterans in England, 1918-1923

Ginger S. Frost

this was not always possible in the working classes, and the war disrupted these expectations even more. The HO’s attitude toward Pole was also instructive. Pole’s exemplary war record and strong motive for the crime helped him secure release in the

Restricted access

From Villainous Letch and Sinful Outcast, to “Especially Beloved of God”

Complicating the Medieval Leper through Gender and Social Status

Christina Welch and Rohan Brown

of perceptions of the contagion. Typically a lower-class church official who “brought people before the ecclesiastical court for acts such as illicit intercourse,” 9 as Walter Curry notes, “Chaucer’s Summoner is dangerously ill, suffering from a