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Gerda Lerner is a classic, both on women in history and gender historiography.
Lawrence Stone and Keith Wrightson in argument over family and marriage.
Margaret Jacob, Lynn Hunt.
Anything else depends on particular interests: family, artisans,
the salons and philosophers, shop keepers or prostitutes .... geographical scope and discipline - medical, philosophical, historical or literary ...
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