"Galileo's Daughter" and Social Roles for Women in Early Modern Europe. Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

"Galileo's Daughter" and Social Roles for Women in Early Modern Europe.
This paper examines the concepts and the laws that governed women during the period of early Modern Europe.
# 38988 | 1,150 words | 2 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Oct 19, 2003 in English (Analysis) , Women Studies (General)


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The two texts that are used in order to investigate this concept is the work, "Galileo's Daughter" by Dava Sobel and "Women and Gender in Early Modern Europe" by Merry Wiesner. These two texts clarify the differences that occurred in the treatment of men and women, where the role of women was established through unbendable social norms that were intricately woven into the fabric of society.

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