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Published: 21 February 2019

352 Pages | 7 hts

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ISBN: 9780190917111


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Politics in the Marketplace

Work, Gender, and Citizenship in Revolutionary France

Katie Jarvis

  • The first study of the Dames des Halles during the French Revolution
  • Argues that French revolutionaries did not immediately conceive of separate masculine and feminine tracks for citizenship
  • Shows how the Dames' political activism and economic activities shaped the nature of nascent democracy and capitalism through daily commerce
  • Demonstrates that the Dames conceptualized a type of economic citizenship in which buying goods, selling food, or paying taxes positioned individuals within the body politic and enabled them to make claims on the state

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