Table of contents for Routledge history of women in modern Europe / Deborah Simonton, editor.

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Preface: European Women's History at the Crossroads, Jean H. Quataert
Chapter 1: Introduction: Writing Women in(to) Modern Europe, Deborah Simonton
Chapter 2: At Home in the Family: Women and Familial Relationships, Lynn Abrams 
Chapter 3: Female Sexuality, Anna Clark
Chapter 4: Learning to be good girls and women: Education, Training and Schools, Rebecca Rogers
Chapter 5: Women Workers; Working Women, Deborah Simonton
Chapter 6: Women Religious and Religious Women: Faith and Practice in Women's Lives, Pat Starkey
Chapter 7: Women as citizens: Changing the polity, Karen Hunt
Chapter 8: Valiant Heroes or Pacific Ladies? Women in War and Peace, Jane Potter
Chapter 9: Home and Away: Women, Popular Culture and Leisure, Tammy Proctor 
Chapter 10: Mistresses of Creation: Women as Producers and Consumers of Art since 1700, Siân Reynolds

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Women -- Europe -- History.
Women -- Europe -- Social conditions.