Table of contents for Secret gardens, satanic mills : placing girls in European history, 1750-1960 / edited by Mary Jo Maynes, Birgitte Sēland, and Christina Benninghaus.


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Contents
Introduction
I. Working Girls' Labor and Lives in the Preindustrial and Early Industrial Eras
1. Bringing Up Girls: Work in Preindustrial Europe	Deborah Simonton
2. In Search of Arachne's Daughters: European Girls, Economic Development, and the Textile Trade, 17501880	Mary Jo Maynes
3. After Dark: Girls' Leisure, Work, and Sexuality in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Rural Southwest Germany	Andreas Gestrich
4. An Industrious Revolution in Late Seventeenth-Century Paris: New Vocational Training for Adolescent Girls and the Creation of Female Labor Markets	Clare Crowston
5. Work for Girls? The Small Metal Industries in England, 18401915	Carol E. Morgan
II. Spaces of Socialization of Middle and Upper-Class Girls in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
6. Managing Girls' Sexuality among the German Upper Classes	Irene Hardach-Pinke
7. Porous Walls and Prying Eyes: Control, Discipline, and Morality in Boarding Schools for Girls in Mid-Nineteenth-Century France	Rebecca Rogers
8. Good Girls versus Blooming Maidens: The Building of Female Middle- and Upper-Class Identities in the Garden, England and France 18201870	Céline Grasser
III. Redefining Girlhood: Competing Discourses on Female Adolescence, 18801950
9. The Authority of Experts: The Crisis of Female Adolescence in France and England, 18801920	Kathleen Alaimo
10. Sex Education and Sexual Initiation of Bourgeois French Girls, 18801930	Mary Lynn Stewart
11. In Their Own Words: Girls' Representations of Growing Up in Germany in the 1920s	Christina Benninghaus
12. Girls in Trouble: Defining Female Delinquency, Britain 19001950	Pamela Cox
IV. Changing Patterns of Work and Leisure, 18801960
13. City Girls: Young Women, New Employment, and the City, London, 18801910	Anna Davin
14. Girls in Court: Mägde versus Their Employers in Saxony, 18801914	Elizabeth Bright Jones
15. "Something for the Girls": Organized Leisure in Europe, 18901930	Tammy M. Proctor
16. Employment and Enjoyment: Female Coming-of-Age Experiences in Denmark, 1880s1930s	Birgitte Søland
17. Leisure, Pleasure, and Courtship: Young Women in England, 19201960	Claire Langhamer
18. The Emergence of the Modern Teenage Girl in Postwar Austria	Karin Schmidlechner
Contributors
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Girls Europe Social conditions, Girls Europe History