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Ellen McArthur Lecture: Eve Also Delved: Gendering Economic History (4)

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4. The nature and causes of the male breadwinner family

Lecture 4 returns to a longstanding debate in economic history and gender studies in terms of the chronology, nature, causes, and consequences of the rise of the male-breadwinner family structure. It will revisit this debate drawing on earlier work with Sara Horrell as well as recent research findings including ideas and arguments discussed in the earlier lectures.

This talk is part of the Economic and Social History Seminars series.

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