Book reviews Dubois-Nayt Armel, Henneau Marie-Ãlisabeth, von Kulessa Rotraud (eds.), 2016, Revisiter la querelle des femmes. Discours sur lâÃ©galitÃ©â/âinÃ©galitÃ© des sexes en Europe, de 1400 aux lendemains de la RÃ©volution, [Revisiting the âQuerelle des femmesâ (dispute on women). Discourse on equality/inequality of the sexes from 1400 through the French Revolution], Publications de lâUniversitÃ© de Saint-Ãtienne, LâÃ©cole du genre, 328Â p. In 2007 the SIEFAR (SociÃ©tÃ© Internationale pour lâÃ©tude des femmes de lâAncien RÃ©gime), with the support of several institutions,(1) launched a multiannual, multidisciplinary research programme to revisit what historiographers call âla querelle des femmesâ (dispute on women)Â âÂ âthe ladiesâ causeâ as it was legally termed in the fourteenth century. âFrom rant to well-structured essay by way of reasoned arguments, satirical tracts, figurative and theatrical representations, this polemic has surely pitted millions of men and women against each other throughout the world around the related questions of the equality (or inequality) of the sexes and the differences (or similarities) between themâ (Viennot 2012, p. 9)(2). And yet not only has this vast transnational controversy, which spanned several centuries, âwhose impact may be found in thousands of books, and in which many of the most renowned authors participatedâ (ibid.),
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