Households, family workshops and unpaid market work
Manuela MARTINI and Anna BELLAVITIS (eds), « Households, family workshops and unpaid market work in Europe from the 16th century to the present », The History of The Family, special issue, vol. 19, n° 3, 2014.
Table des matières
Manuela MARTINI and Anna BELLAVITIS, « Introduction : Household economies, social norms and practices of unpaid market work in Europe from the sixteenth century to the present », p.273
Jane WHITTLE, « Enterprising widow and active wives: women’s unpaid work in the household economy of early modern England », p.283
Ariadne SCHIMDT, « The profits of unpaid work. ‘Assisting labour’ of women in the early modern urban Dutch economy », p.301
Beatrice ZUCCA-MICHELETTO, « Only unpaid labour force? Women’s and girl’s work and property in family business in early modern Italy », p.523
Céline BESSIERE, « Female and male domestic partners in wine-grape farms (Cognac, France): conjugal asymmetry and gender discrimination in family businesses », p.341
Francesca Maria CESARONI and Annalisa SENTUTI, « Women and family businesses. When women are left only minor roles », p.358.