1. Acknowledgements
  2. Ruth Harris, Lyndal Roper
  3. p. 373
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  1. Introduction
  2. Ruth Harris, Lyndal Roper
  3. pp. 1-11
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Gender and Material Culture

  1. His and Hers: Gender, Consumption and Household Accounting in Eighteenth-Century England
  2. Amanda Vickery
  3. pp. 12-38
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  1. Gender and Welfare in Modern Europe
  2. Jane Lewis
  3. pp. 39-54
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Objects and the Culture of Emotions

  1. Rooms to Share: Convent Cells and Social Relations in Early Modern Italy
  2. Silvia Evangelisti
  3. pp. 55-71
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  1. Concubinage and the Church in Early Modern Münster
  2. Simone Laqua
  3. pp. 72-100
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Religious Legacies, Friendship and Politics

  1. A Confessor and His Spiritual Child: François de Sales, Jeanne de Chantal, and the Foundation of the Order of the Visitation
  2. Ruth Manning
  3. pp. 101-117
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  1. Letters to Lucie: Spirituality, Friendship, and Politics During the Dreyfus Affair
  2. Ruth Harris
  3. pp. 118-138
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Trauma, Loss and Survival

  1. Witchcraft, Nostalgia, and the Rural Idyll in Eighteenth-Century Germany
  2. Lyndal Roper
  3. pp. 139-158
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  1. The 'Religious Sense' in a Post-War Secular Age
  2. Alex Owen
  3. pp. 159-177
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Generations and History

  1. Olwen Hufton's 'Poor', Richard Cobb's 'People', and the Notions of the longue durée in French Revolutionary Historiography
  2. Colin Jones
  3. pp. 178-203
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Index

  1. Index
  2. pp. 205-211
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