How have notions of the family guided political thought? How have they complicated it?
Two early modern women writers' critical perspectives on the rhetoric of passion and sentimentality threatening female autonomy and agency.
On the losing, now elapsed, and ultimately monarchist case in the struggle over love, learning, and femininity that raged from Revolution to Restoration.
What insight does Hegel's philosophy of marriage offer for contemporary debates about marriage and the state, citizenship, and queer kinship?
How the University of Paris was represented as “the daughter of the king,” when actual royal daughters were excluded from the right to rule.