European women and preindustrial craft

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Hafter, Daryl M.
Format: eBook
Published: Bloomington Indiana University Press ©1995, 1995
Online Access:
Collection: JSTOR Open Access Books - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Includes bibliographical references and index
  • Introduction : a theoretical framework for women's work in forming the Industrial Revolution / Daryl M. Hafter
  • Women and the verdigris industry in Montpellier / Reed Benhamou
  • Women flax scutchers in the linen production of Hälsingland, Sweden / Inger Jonsson
  • On two-handed spinning / Walter Endrei and Rachel P. Maines
  • Women who wove in the eighteenth-century silk industry of Lyon / Daryl M. Hafter
  • The lacemakers of Le Puy in the nineteenth century / John F. Sweets
  • Working women, gender, and industrialization in nineteenth-century France : the case of Lorraine embroidery manufacturing / Whitney Walton
  • The calico painters of Estavayer : employers' strategies toward the market for women's labor / Pierre Caspard
  • From home to factory : women in the nineteenth-century Italian silk industry / Patrizia Sione
  • Survival strategies in a Saxon textile district during the early phases of industrialization, 1780-1860 / Jean H. Quataert
  • The commercialization of trousseau work : female homeworkers in the French lingerie trade / Tessie P. Liu