5 edition of Women in Scotland, 1660-1780 found in the catalog.
Women in Scotland, 1660-1780
Rosalind Kay Marshall
|Statement||[by] Rosalind K. Marshall.|
|LC Classifications||DA758.4 .M37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||80456483|
Women in Scotland Edinburgh, Trustees of the National Galleries of Scotland, , 72 pp., 81 illus. £ (Pbk). Catalogue to the exhibition illustrating the life of women in Scotland from the late seventeenth to the late eighteenth century. Sections on: education, marriage, activities, widowhood and leisure. Get the best deals on Non-Fiction Books in English Publication Year. Shop with Afterpay on eligible items. Trending at AU $ eBay determines this price through a machine-learned model of the product's sale prices within the last 90 days. Rosalind Marshall WOMEN IN SCOTLAND - 1st Ed. SC Book. AU $ +AU $
ality and Social Control in Rural Scotland  and Sin in the City: Sexuality and Social Control in Urban Scotland ). Macdonald is chiefly interested in women who tried to change the attitudes and structures of their churches in order to expand the status and responsibilities of women within them. Rosalind Mitchison now turned to demography, publishing the result of her research as British Population Change since (). The next year saw the publication of her Life in Scotland.
Armet, H. and Edinburgh Burgh () Extracts from the records of the Burgh of Edinburgh to Edited by M. Wood. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd. Read "Heresy Trials and English Women Writers, –" by Genelle Gertz available from Rakuten Kobo. This book charts the emergence of women's writing from the procedures of heresy trials and recovers a tradition of women Brand: Cambridge University Press.
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Women in Scotland, Edinburgh: Trustees of the National Galleries of Scotland, (OCoLC) Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Rosalind K Marshall. Strict codes of discipline in relation to all matters concerned with courtship, marriage and family life were enforced by the parish courts in Scotland from and the two authors have studied the parish records kept at this time to provide an account of this and the general nature of Scottish by: Girls In Trouble: Sexuality And Social Control In Rural Scotland [Mitchison, Rosalind, Leneman, Leah] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Girls In Trouble: Sexuality And Social Control In Rural Scotland Cited by: 6. Get this from a library. Girls in trouble: sexuality and social control in rural Scotland, [Rosalind Mitchison; Leah Leneman] -- "Unmarried pregnant women - and the men who caused their pregnancies - were targeted by Scottish church courts determined to maintain a godly society.
Drawing on their records, Girls in Trouble looks. Girls in Trouble: Sexuality and Social Control in Rural Scotland, By Leah Leneman & Rosalind Mitchison (Edinburgh: Scottish Press, viii plus l33pp.).
Fortunately for historians, if not for the Scots themselves, the Church of Scotland was rigorously, not to say obsessively, concerned with the sexual conduct of its flock.
1. Chapters 3 and 4 of our book, Sexuality and Social Control--Scotland (Oxford, ) deal with the subject of regular and irregular marriage. However, that material came only from rural kirk session registers, and we subsequently received generous funding from the ESRC to examine urban kirk session registers.
Girls in Trouble book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Unmarried pregnant women - and the men who caused their pregnancies - we /5.
Girls in Trouble: Sexuality and Social Control in Rural Scotland Rosalind Mitchison, Leah Leneman Scottish Cultural Press, - History - pages. A survey of Scottish women’s livesa study of the Scottish witch hunt where questions of gender were foregrounded, and a study of illegitimacy that revealed the riches of the Scottish kirk session records for women’s lives.
In A Unique and Glorious Mission: Women and Presbyterianism in Scotland,Lesley A. Orr Macdonald sets out to explore the opportunities offered to women and the limitations imposed upon them by Scottish presbyterianism, and the extent to which female activity and influence expanded in the Scottish presbyterian churches between and Women writers played a central role in the literature and culture of eighteenth-century Britain.
Featuring essays on female writers and genres by leading scholars in the field, this Companion introduces readers to the range, significance and complexity of women's writing across multiple genres in Britain between and She worked on Scottish women's history and published many books later.
Publications. Living in Atholl: a social history of the estates, – (), Sexuality and Social Control, Scotland – () Fit for Heroes: Land settlement in Scotland after World War I (). Download Citation | Girls in Trouble: Sexuality and Social Control in Rural Scotland (review) | Journal of Social History () Fortunately for historians, if not for the.
Secondary works. The standard book on the Scottish witch-hunt is Christina Larner, Enemies of God: the Witch-Hunt in Scotland (), which has been widely acclaimed and has influenced studies of witch-hunting all over Europe. It is complemented by a posthumously-published collection of essays: Christina Larner, Witchcraft and Religion ().
For a more general. Genteel women were absent, quiet or passive in some areas of public life in Scotland, but in other areas they were anything but and by the early 19th century the large numbers of single women, particularly in Edinburgh, gave rise to a generation who figured prominently in social and cultural circles (if not in the intellectual sphere) and were.
Women as Mothers in Pre-industrial England: Essays in Memory of Dorothy McLaren. Edited by VALERIE A. FILDES. Wellcome Institute Series in the History of Medicine. London: Routledge, Pp. xvii + $ Sexuality and Social Control: Scotland, By ROSALIND MITCH-ISON and LEAH LENEMAN.
Family, Sexuality and Social Relations in. In Women and the Book: Assessing the Visual Evidence, edited by Jane H.M. Taylor and Lesley Smith, British Library Publishing and University of Toronto Press, Order hardcover from Order hardcover from Order paperback from 05/06/20 ISS9WS: Witchcraft and Belief in Early-Modern Scotland, | University of Stirling Alan, Book Witch hunting in southwestern Germany, the.
Eighteenth-Century Scotland is the annual newsletter of ECSSS, published every spring since It contains articles, announcements, and news about our members, as well as an annual bibliography of recent articles by members and a large section of book reviews.
Rosalind K. Marshall’s most popular book is Scottish Queens - Virgins and Viragos: A History of Women in Scotland from - by. Women in Scotland, - by. Rosalind K. Marshall. avg rating — 0 ratings — published Want to. Illegitimacy, Sex, and Society: Northeast Scotland, Andrew Blaikie.
Clarendon Press, - Psychology - pages. Sexuality and Social Control in Rural Scotland All Book Search results » About the author () Andrew Blaikie, Lecturer in Sociology, University of Aberdeen. This book dedicates a chapter to examining the women who faced the hangman’s noose for two key reasons.
First, the structure adopted thus far has allowed for an expansive survey of the use of capital punishment in Scotland and a closer examination of three key periods in the use of the death sentence. Scotland – (Oxford Author: Rachel E. Bennett.Scotland Oxford, UK: Basil Blackwell, Excellent information on marriage customs and women’s work.
Morrill, John, ed. The Scottish National Covenant in Its British Context, Edinburgh: University Press, Morton, Alex S. Galloway and the Covenanters or The Struggle for Religious Liberty in the South-West of Scotland.