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Cornish studies. 2nd series, 8

Author: P J Payton
Publisher: Exeter : University of Exeter Press, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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The eighth volume in the acclaimed paperback series ... the only county series that can legitimately claim to represent the past and present of a nation.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: P J Payton
ISBN: 085989682X 9780859896825
OCLC Number: 779091857
Notes: Includes: 'No place for a woman' : gender at work in Cornwall's metalliferous mining industry / Sharron Schwartz - 'The best men in Shetland' : women, gender and place in peripheral communities / Lynn Abrams - 'The breadwinners' : gender, locality and diversity in late Victorian and Edwardian Cornwall - 'If the vote is good for Jack, why not for Jill?' : the women's suffrage movement in Cornwall 1870-1914 / Katherine Bradley.
Description: 237 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: 1. Introduction 2. "On my grave a marble stone" - early modern Cornish memorialization, Paul Cockerham 3. Choosing the group - 19th-century non-mining Cornish in British Columbia, Dorothy Mindenhall 4. Celt and Saxon - stereotypes and counter-stereotypes of the late Victorian period, Simon Trezise 5. "No place for a woman" - gender at work in Cornwall's metalliferous mining industry, Sharron P. Schwartz 6. "The best men in Shetland" - woman, gender and place in peripheral communities, Lyn Abrams 7. "The breadwinners" - gender, locality and diversity in late Victorian and Edwardian Cornwall, Ronald Perry 8. "If the vote is good for Jack, why not for Jill" - the Women's Suffrage Movement in Cornwall 1970-1914, Katherine Bradley 9. "Play the game as men play it" - women in Cornish politics 1918-1922, Treve Crago 10. "Bodmin man" - Peter Bessell and the Liberal revival, Garry Tregidga 11. "In the eye of the sun" - the Cornish Gorseth and esoteric druidry, Amy Hale 12. Literary tourism and the Daphne du Maurier festival, Graham Busby and Zoe Hambly 13. In search of the "missing turn" - the spatial dimension and Cornish studues, Bernard Deacon Review Article 13. Breaking the Chains and Forging New Links, Bernard Deacon Notes on Contributors
Responsibility: edited by Philip Payton.

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'Cornish Studies is a wide-ranging and stimulating series. The topics which it covers relate primarily to the development of Cornish culture and society, past and present, but they are often of Read more...

 
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