French Freemasonry, Women, and Feminist Scholarship

@article{Burke1996FrenchFW,
  title={French Freemasonry, Women, and Feminist Scholarship},
  author={J. M. Burke and M. Jacob},
  journal={The Journal of Modern History},
  year={1996},
  volume={68},
  pages={513 - 549}
}
Eighteenth-century freemasonry is now back on the agenda. Given the events of the 1980s, perhaps this was inevitable. The past ten or more years have revealed in both scholarship and life the importance of voluntary association and civil society. Precisely when voluntary associations in Eastern Europe emerged to oppose the absolutist Soviet system, Habermas's thesis on the importance of the new public sphere in Western European development began to influence historical work on the eighteenth… Expand
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