In this Book
- A Civil Society: The Public Space of Freemason Women in France, 1744-1944
- Published by: University of Nebraska Press
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James Smith Allen explores the two-hundred-year struggle to initiate women as full participants in the masonic brotherhood that shared in the rise of France’s civil society and its “civic morality” on behalf of women’s rights.
Table of Contents
- 4. Contesting Imaginaries of Freemason Women
- pp. 129-169
- Conclusion. Civic Morality in Modern France
- pp. 170-186
- pp. 187-198
- pp. 199-248
- pp. 249-326
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