Julie HARDWICK

Julie HARDWICK * jhardwick@mail.utexas.edu
PR * University of Texas at Austin * History, XVIe-XVIIIe siècles
Legal history, Urban history, Economic history, Family history and gender history

OUVRAGES
Family Business: the political economies of daily life seventeenth-century France, Oxford, Oxford UP, 2009.
The Practice of Patriarchy : Gender and the Politics of Household Authority in early modern France, University Park, Penn State UP, 1998.

ARTICLES
– « The State and the Family », in S. Cavallo & S. Evangelisti (dir.), A Cultural History of Childhood and Family, Berg, 2010 (à paraître).
– « Family Matters : the Early Modern Atlantic from the European side », History Compass, 6, 2009.
– « Between State and Street : Witnesses and the Family Politics of Litigation in Early Modern France », in S. Desan & J. Merrick (dir.), Family, Gender, and Law in early modern France, University Park, Penn State UP, 2009.
– « Sex and the (seventeenth-century) city : a research note towards a long history of leisure », Leisure Studies, déc. 2008.
– « Early Modern Perspectives on the Long History of Domestic Violence : The Case of Seventeenth-Century France », Journal of Modern History, mars 2006.
– « Looking for the universal in the local : Morality Tales from the western end of the Mediterranean », Journal of Women’s History, mars 2006.
– « Did Gender have a Renaissance ? : New Exclusions and Traditional Patterns in early modern western Europe », in M. Wiesner-Hanks & T. Meade (dir.), Companion to Gender History, Blackwell, 2003, p.343-57.
– Seeking Separations : Gender and Household Economies in Seventeenth-Century France », French Historical Studies, hiver 1998.
– « Women `Working’ the Law : Gender, Authority and Legal Process in Early Modern France », Journal of Women’s History, octobre 1997.
– « Widowhood and Patriarchy in Seventeenth-Century France », Journal of Social History, sept. 1992.