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Crime and Gender: The German Case, 1700-1850
Crime and Gender: The German Case, 1700-1850 is an interdisciplinary project involving a wide array of archival sources, including handwritten court records, early pamphlets, psychological profiles of criminals, press reports, and many more, that establish a direct link between crime and gender issues. The monograph investigated to what extent concepts of crime, gender, and links between the two helped define some of the most fundamental ideas of modernity developed or honed between 1700 and 1850: the State, the `people`, `civilization`, human rights, progress, and justice. It was published in hard back in 2009 and reissued in paperback in 2013.
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