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Saints, scholars, and politicians

Saints, scholars, and politicians: gender as a tool in medieval studies

Table of conents

List of Contributors

Introduction
MATHILDE VAN DUK
The Virgin as Social Icon: Perspectives from Late Antiquity 9
KATE COOPER
Tleven ons heren Jhesu Christi: Female Readers and Dutch Devotional Literature in the Fifteenth Century
GEERT WARNAR
Johannes Hertenstains Translation (1425) of Grimlaicuss Rule for the Anchoresses at Steinertobel near St Gallen
GABRIELA SIGNORI
Ignorantia est mater omnium malorum: The Validation of Knowledge and the Office of Preaching in Late Medieval Female Franciscan Communities
BERT ROEST
Womens Formal and Informal Traditions of Biblical Knowledge 85 in Anglo-Norman England
JOCELYN WOGAN-BROWNE
Gender and the Archive: The Preservation of Charters in Early Medieval Communities of Religious Women
KATRINETTE BODARWÉ
Henry Mande: The Making of a Male Visionary in Devotio Moderna
MATHILDE VAN DIJK
The Meanings of Hair in the Anglo-Norman World: Masculinity, Reform, and National Identity
PAULINE STAFFORD
Visions and Schism Politics in the Twelfth Century: Hildegard of Bingen, John of Salisbury, and Elisabeth of Schönau
RENATE BLUMENFELD-KOSINSKI
Conflicting Roles: Jacqueline of Bavaria (d. 1436), Countess and Wife
RENEE NIP
The Metamorphosis of Women? Autobiography from Margery Kempe to Martha Moulsworth
HELEN WILCOX
Gender and Religious Autobiography between the Reformation and the Counter-Reformation: Typologies and Examples
GABRIELLA ZARRI

Selected Bibliography of Anneke B. Mulder-Bakker
Index of Historical Figures and Writers
Index of Modern Authors Cited


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