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Gender, Mediation and Popular Education in Venice, 1760-1830 examines how women with enough cultural capital could turn their identity as representatives of "the public" - those on the receiving end of education - to their advantage, producing knowledge under the guise of relaying it.

Produktbeschreibung
Gender, Mediation and Popular Education in Venice, 1760-1830 examines how women with enough cultural capital could turn their identity as representatives of "the public" - those on the receiving end of education - to their advantage, producing knowledge under the guise of relaying it.
Autorenporträt
Susan Dalton is an associate professor of history at the Université de Montréal. Her latest research focusses on elite women's roles as popularizers in the area of art and literature through the production of letteratura amena or light reading. She has published articles in Eighteenth-Century Studies, Women's History Review and was one of the co-authors of Interacting with Print: Intermediality in the Era of Print Saturation.