A matter of fact rather than principle: women, work and property in Papal Rome (eighteenth-nineteenth centuries).


During the last few decades, many studies have documented the considerable participation of women in the economy of past societies, even though women were bound by rules and laws that discriminated against them and denied them the rights of citizenship. Thus historians, and especially those in the field of gender history, have increasingly recognized the… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/13545710110116914


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