On the Utility and Methodology of the Comparative History of Gender


in NAN NÜ
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In both China and Greece, history initially emerged as a mode of discourse closely related to the state. With the rise of comparative global history, however, historians have severed this link, providing scholars of gender with novel tools and perspectives for investigating their subject. Specialists in trans-national history have reflected deeply on the uses and methodology of their pursuit, and their conclusions provide useful guidance for historians of gender who venture beyond national borders. Three studies comparing gender conditions in China with ancient Greece and Persia provide practical case studies on how this sort of research can be conducted, and what sort of contributions it might yield.


On the Utility and Methodology of the Comparative History of Gender


in NAN NÜ

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