Wandervogels and Women: Journeymen's Concepts of Masculinity in Early Modern Germany

TitleWandervogels and Women: Journeymen's Concepts of Masculinity in Early Modern Germany
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1991
AuthorsWiesner, Merry E.
JournalJournal of Social History
Volume24
Pagination767-782
Date Published1991
Abstract

First paragraph: Journeymen's organizations, which formed in Germany beginning in the fifteenth century for economic and religious purposes, grew increasingly hostile to women's work and to women and family life in general. They increasingly viewed the honorable workplace as one ...

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