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Married Women, Crime, and Questions of Liability in England, 1640-1760
Upon marriage, women in early modern England became subject to the common law doctrine of coverture. Coverture had a number of consequences, all of which stemmed from a married woman’s lack of independent legal identity. ...
Imperial Volunteering: Women and Welfare in the Twentieth-Century British Empire
This thesis examines the rhetoric and practice of voluntary welfare work by British women within the twentieth-century British Empire. Voluntarism was an important component of the attention to colonial welfare and development ...
Transnational Radicals: Italian Anarchist Networks in Southern Ontario and the Northeastern United States, 1915-1940
Previous studies of the left have tended to focus on groups or movements within the confines of national boundaries. Yet the adherents of these organizations were often migrants who traveled to and lived in multiple states. ...