Medieval Women and the Law ePUB ✓ Medieval Women

Medieval Women and the Law ePUB ✓ Medieval Women



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    Chapter 3 BEATTIE A Room of One's Ow The Legal Evidence for the Residential Arrangements of Women Without Husbands in Late Fourteenth and Early Fifteenth Century YorkChapter 4 LEWIS Women Testamentary Discourse and Life Writing in Later Medieval England


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    Read for HIST 498D Law and Society in Medieval Europe


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Medieval Women and the Law [Reading] ➾ Medieval Women and the Law Author Noël James Menuge – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Determined and largely successful effort to read behind and alongside legal discourses to discover women's voices and women's feelings It adds usefully to the wider debate on women's role in medieval Determined and largely successful effort to and the PDF/EPUB Â read behind and alongside legal discourses to discover women's voices and women's feelings It adds usefully to the wider debate on women's role in medieval society ENGLISH HISTORICAL REVIEW What is really new here is the ways in which the authors approach the history of the law they use some decidedly non legal texts to examine legal history; they bring together historical and literary sources; and they debunk the view that medieval laws had little to Medieval Women eBook ´ say about women or that medieval women had little legal agency ALBION The legal position of the late medieval woman has been much neglected and it is this gap which the essays collected here seek to fill They explore the ways in which women of all ages and stations during the late middle ages c c could legally shift for themselves and how and where they did so Particular topics discussed include the making of wills the age of consent rights concerning marriage Women and the Epub á care custody and guardianship with particular emphasis on the rights of a mother attempting to gain custody of her own children within the court system women as traders women as criminals prostitution the rights of battered women within the courts the procedures women had to go through to gain legal redress and access rape and women within guilds NOEL JAMES MENUGE gained her PhD from the Centre of Medieval Studies at the University of York Contributors PJP GOLDBERG VICTORIA THOMPSON JENNIFER SMITH CORDELIA BEATTIE KATHERINE J LEWIS NOEL JAMES MENUGE CORINNE SAUNDERS KIM M PHILLIPS EMMA HAWKES.