Penser avec le genre : Trouble dans la citoyenneté révolutionnaire

TitlePenser avec le genre : Trouble dans la citoyenneté révolutionnaire
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2015
AuthorsMazeau, Guillaume, and Clyde Plumauzille
JournalLa Révolution française

The French Revolution challenged gender identities and sexual representations, especially for what concerns the reconfigurations of citizenship. In this article, the authors propose a summary of historiographical debates and issues on women’s and gender history. More than twenty years after the bicentenary controversies, it seems that gender studies have not yet become an ordinary field of research in France. The authors argue that a gender approach is central to the understanding of the political, social and anthropological crisis that broke out in France at the end of the 18th century, especially in what concerns new boundaries of citizenship. [Authors]

Translated TitleThinking with Gender: New Boundaries of Citizenship during the French Revolution
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