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Gendering the Middle Ages

Gendering the Middle Ages

Table of contents

1. The Gender of Grace: Impotence, Servitude, and Manliness in the Fifth-Century West: Kate Cooper and Conrad Leyser (University of Manchester).
2. Did women have a transformation of the Roman world?: Julia M. H. Smith (University of St Andrews).
3. The Gender of Money: Byzantine Empresses on Coins (324-802): Leslie Brubaker and Helen Tobler (University of Birmingham and independent researcher).
4. Ex utroque sexu fidelium tres ordines - The Status of Women in Early Medieval Canon Law: Eva M. Synek (University of Vienna).
5. Halt! Be men! Sikelgaita of Salerno, Gender and the Norman Conquest of Southern Italy: Patricia Skinner (University of Southampton).
6. The Metamorphosis of Woman: Transmission of Knowledge and the Problems of Gender: Anneke B. Mulder-Bakker (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen).
7. Visions of My Youth: Representations of the Childhood of Medieval Visionaries: Rosalynn Voaden and Stephanie Volf (Arizona State University).
8. Female Petitioners in the Papal Penitentiary: Ludwig Schmugge (University of Zurich).
9. Gendering Princely Dynasties. Some Notes on Family Structure, Social Networks, and Communication at the Courts of the Margraves of Brandenburg-Ansbach around 1500: Cordula Nolte (Ernst-Moritz-Arndt University of Greifswald).
10 Gender, Memory and Social Power: Nelson, Janet L.
11 Gender and Sanctity in the Middle Ages: Lewis, Katherine J.
12 Gendering the Black Death: Women in Later Medieval England: Rigby, S. H.
13 Nunneries, Communities and the Revaluation of Domesticity: Riddy, Felicity
Notes on Contributors
Index


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