Gender and Fraternal Orders in Europe, 1300–2000 by Máire Fedelma Cross

By Máire Fedelma Cross

What have medieval nuns, parrot capturing, Freemasonry, and Shetland revelry obtained in universal? This learn of monastic orders, guilds, Freemasonry and pleasant societies over centuries and throughout frontiers offers new insights into their contribution to the gendering of public house and the evolution of 'separate spheres' in Europe.

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7–22. John Claudius Loudon, The Arboretum: Catalogue of Trees and Shrubs (1840) held by Derby Local Studies Library. (Address to Town Council, drawings and account of the grand opening), pp. derbyarboretum. htm> [accessed 15 December 2009]. Quoted in The Town Book of Lewes 1702–1837, ed. by Verana Smith, vol. 69 (Lewes: Sussex Record Society, 1972), pp. 270–3. Report on the Coronation of 1830, quoted in Moffrey, p. 43. Report on the anniversary celebrations of the Temple of Peace Lodge, Newport in The Odd Fellow, 1 August 1840.

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Clare Crowson, ‘Engendering the Guilds: Seamstresses, Tailors and the Clash of Corporate Identities in Old Regime France’, French Historical Studies, 23 (2000), 339–71; Dora Dumont, ‘Women and Guilds in Bologna: The Ambiguities of “Marginality”’, Radical History Review, 70 (1998) 4–25; Smith, ‘Women’s Admission’. The point is made in several chapters in Craft Guilds in the Early Modern Low Countries: Work, Power and Representation, ed. by Maarten Prak and others (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006). Ogilvie, ‘Rehabilitating the Guilds’, p.

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