Women in France

Women in France: Selected full-text books and articles

Women in Contemporary France By Abigail Gregory; Ursula Tidd Berg, 2000
New French Feminisms: An Anthology By Elaine Marks; Isabelle De Courtivron University of Massachusetts Press, 1980
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Women Business Owners in France: The Issue of Financing Discrimination By Orban, Muriel Journal of Small Business Management, Vol. 39, No. 1, January 2001
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French Feminism in the Nineteenth Century By Claire Goldberg Moses State University of New York Press, 1984
Women, Equality, and the French Revolution By Candice E. Proctor Greenwood Press, 1990
French Women and the Age of Enlightenment By Samia I. Spencer Indiana University Press, 1984
Aristocratic Women in Medieval France By Theodore Evergates University of Pennsylvania Press, 1999
The Devotes: Women and Church in Seventeenth-Century France By Elizabeth Rapley McGill-Queen's University Press, 1993
A Choice Not to Wed? Unmarried Women in Eighteenth-Century France By Adams, Christine Journal of Social History, Vol. 29, No. 4, Summer 1996
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