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Les femmes en politique à Lyon (1789-1794)

Abstract : The French Revolution marked the beginning of a new political organisation. The French became citizens who could intervene in national public events. Women, however, were put aside and became passive citizens. Nevertheless, the context of the Revolution in Lyon allowed them to increase their public participation. Women would take initiative and show the capacity to engage in citizenship.
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Juliette Mailhot. Les femmes en politique à Lyon (1789-1794). Histoire. 2017. ⟨dumas-02121763⟩

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