Shoemaker, Robert B(rink)

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SHOEMAKER, Robert B(rink)

SHOEMAKER, Robert B(rink). American, b. 1956. Genres: History. Career: Stanford University, Stanford, CA, lecturer in modern European history, 1984-86; Institute of European Studies, London, England, part-time lecturer in history, 1986-90; Lawrence University, London Programme, London, part-time lecturer in history, 1990; University of Sheffield, Sheffield, England, lecturer, 1991-98, senior lecturer in history, 1998-. Visiting lecturer at Richmond College, London, 1986, Stanford University, 1988, Lansdowne College, 1989-90, and James Madison University, London Programme, 1989- 90. Publications: Prosecution and Punishment: Petty Crime and the Law in London and Rural Middlesex, c. 1660-1725, 1991; (ed. with L. Davison, T. Hitchcock, and T. Keirn, and contrib.) Stilling the Grumbling Hive: The Response to Social and Economic Problems in England, 1689-1750, 1992; Gender in English Society, 1650-1850: The Emergence of Separate Spheres?, 1998; (ed. with M. Vincent) Gender and History in Western Europe: A Reader, 1998. Contributor of articles and reviews to history and British studies journals. Address: Department of History, University of Sheffield, Sheffield S10 2TN, England.