The lunatic fringe: households and the regulation of ...
|Section title||The lunatic fringe: households and the regulation of mad behaviour in Victorian Canada|
|Section author(s)||James E. Moran, David Wright, Mat Savelli|
|Book title||Mapping the margins: the family and social discipline in Canada, 1700-1975|
|Book editor(s)||Michael Gauvreau, Nancy Christie|
|Abstract||Broken families. Gender, family, and mutual assistance in New France: widows, widowers, and orphans in eighteenth-century Quebec / Josette Brun ; A 'painful dependence': female begging letters and the familial economy of obligation / Nancy Christie ; Itineraries of marriage and widowhood in nineteenth-century Montreal / Bettina Bradbury ; Marginal by definition? stepchildren in Quebec, 1866-1920/ Peter Gossage -- Bachelors and spinsters. The invention of the margin as an invention of the family: the case of rural Quebec in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries / Ollivier Hubert ; The peddler's tale: radical religion and family marginality in the journal of Ralph Merry, 1804-1863 / J.I. Little ; 'Old maidism itself': spinsterhood in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century literary and life-writing texts from maritime Canada / Gwendolyn Davies ; Matthews and Marillas: bachelors and spinsters in Prince Edward Island in 1881 / Michele Stairs -- Institutions and marginality. The lunatic fringe: families, madness, and institutional confinement in Victorian Ontario / James Moran, David Wright, and Mat Savelli ; Orphans in Quebec: on the margins of which family? Denyse Baillargeon ; Nova Scotia and its unmarried mothers, 1945-1975 / Suzanne Morton ; Grizzled old men and lonely widows: constructing the single elderly as a social problem in Canada's welfare state, 1945-1967 / James Struthers ; The family as pathology: psychology, social science and history construct the nuclear family, 1945-1980 / Michael Gauvreau|
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