Służba i milczenie

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Carolyn Steedman

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Tekst jest wstępnym rozdziałem z książki Carolyn Steedman „Służąca i jej pan. Miłość i praca w Anglii wieku industrialnego” (Master and Servant. Love and Labour in the English Industrial Age). Tytułowa służąca to Phoebe Beatson, której losy Steedman rekonstruuje na podstawie dziennika jej pracodawcy – pastora Johna Murgatroyda. Zestawiając to świadectwo z innymi dokumentami życia społecznego epoki, Steedman pisze historię klasy pominiętą w tradycyjnych marksistowskich historiografiach – historię kobiecej służby domowej.

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Steedman, C. (2017). Służba i milczenie. Praktyka Teoretyczna, 23(1), 64-83. https://doi.org/10.14746/prt.2017.1.3
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Carolyn Steedman, History Department University of Warwick Coventry CV4 7AL

Carolyn Steedman - emerytowana profesor na Wydziale Historycznym Uniwersytetu Warwick.. Autorka licznych publikacji z zakresu historii społecznej Anglii XVIII i XIX wieku, zainteresowana przede wszystkim dziejami proletariatu. Teoretyczka historiografii (jej książka Dust z 2001 roku zawiera eseje na temat archiwów). Ostatnio wydała An Everyday Life of the English Working Class. Work, Self, and Sociability in the Early Ninteenth Century (2013).

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