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Property and Civil Society in South-Western Germany 1820-1914

by Jonathan Sperber

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • European history: c 1750 to c 1900,
  • European history: from c 1900 -,
  • Social History,
  • c 1800 to c 1900,
  • c 1900 - c 1914,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World,
  • Europe - Germany,
  • History / Germany,
  • Germany,
  • Real property,
  • Social aspects

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages295
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10146485M
    ISBN 10019928475X
    ISBN 109780199284757

    Through courtroom dramas from to - of men forced to jump from moving cars when trainmen refused to stop, of women emotionally wrecked from the trauma of nearly missing a platform or street, and women barred from first class ladies' cars because of the color of their skin - Barbara Welke offers a dramatic reconsideration of the critical role railroads, and streetcars, played in. Property and Civil Society in South-western Germany, Jonathan Sperber, American Historical Review German War Planning, ; Sources and Interpretations, Terence Zuber, ed., German Studies Review Enterprise in the Period of Fascism in Europe, Harold James and Jakob Tanner, ed., German Studies Review History Derailed.

    Based on extensive civil court records, this book examines the place of property in the society of the Palatinate, a region of south-western Germany, during property's 19th-century golden age.   The Franco-Prussian War of violently changed the course of European History. Alarmed by Bismarck's territorial ambitions and the Prussian army's crushing defeats of Denmark in and Austria in , French Emperor Napoleon III vowed to bring Prussia to heel. Digging into many European and American archives for the first time, Geoffrey Wawro's Franco-Prussian War describes 4/5(3).

    Property and Civil Society in South-Western Germany Jonathan Sperber Print publication date: Property and Civil Society in South-Western Germany Public users can however freely search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter. Please. Property and Civil Society in South-Western Germany Historians have often employed the concept of civil society, an intermediary realm between the family and the state, to analyse nineteenth-century Europe and North America.


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A reconsideration of the nature of civil society, an analysis of nineteenth-century social development and social conflict, a study of the nature and action of the law Price: $ The book is a study in central European social history, emphasizing the distinct society of south-western Germany, with its slower pace of economic development and more subtle social tensions than in the industrialized north, and a work of legal history, investigating the place of the law in everyday life.

Property and Civil Society in South-Western Germany Jonathan Sperber. Innovative use of original court records to reconstruct social attitudes and beliefs; Covers a century which saw enormous social change and political upheaval.

A study of the uses of property in south-western Germany from to Based on documentation from civil court records, this book provides fresh insights into the nature of civil society, forms of social conflict, and the application of the law to everyday life. Summary: This is a study of the uses of property in south-western Germany from to Based on extensive documentation from civil court records, the book provides important new insights into the nature of civil society, forms of social conflict, and the application of the law to everyday life.

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Jonathan Sperber. Property and Civil Society in South-Western Germany, Oxford: Oxford University Press, vi + pp. $, cloth, ISBN With his new book, Jonathan Sperber aims to connect research on civil society with research on private property.

For this purpose, he chose to study civil court records (paternity suits, bankruptcy and mental competency hearings, and other forms of civil litigation) from the. Property and Civil Society in South-Western Germany By Jonathan Sperber. New York: Oxford University Press.

viii + $. ISBN X. ISBN In his latest work, Jonathan Sperber returns to his beloved nineteenth-century Rhineland, in this case the Bavarian Palatinate. Property and Civil Society in South-Western Germany, – By Jonathan Sperber.

Oxford: Oxford University Press, Pp. viii $ Jonathan Sperber offers a methodologically exemplary analysis of 1, civil law suits centered on property disputes that flared up in the nineteenth-century Bavarian Palat-inate.

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A major purpose of this unusually interesting investigation of property and the legal system in the nineteenth century is to undermine the liberal narrative of We use cookies to enhance your experience on our continuing to use our website, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.

Most of the results of this study appeared inProperty and Civil Society in South-Western Germany,published by Oxford University Press. A spinoff from this work, also related to my most recent book, appeared in in the Historische Zeitschrift, the flagship publication of .This book examines the place of property in the society of south-western Germany during property's nineteenth-century golden age.

It analyses the culture of property ownership and property transactions within families, among business partners and competitors, and among creditors and debtors.The years were a crucial formative phase of modern German history.

This volume, written by an international team of experts, provides a comprehensive overview of the era. It includes a narrative of the major political events and detailed studies of economy and society, culture and the arts, religion, gender, public life and the nation. An introduction and conclusion weave together.