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THEORETICAL RESOURCES OFF- AND ON-LINE

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RENAISSANCE FEMINIST THOUGHT
FEMINIST PERSPECTIVES ON RENAISSANCE THOUGHT


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CONFERENCES

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  • Renaissance Rhetoric, Gender and Politics, University of Strathclyde, April 24-25

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COURSES

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JOURNALS

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PERSONS

  • Saint Teresa of Ávila (1515 - 1582)
  • Mary Sidney (1561 - 1621)

  • Mary Wroth (1587 - 1651 or 1653)

SOURCES: PRIMARY

Off-Line:

  • Anthologies:

    • General:
      • Aughterson, Kate, ed. Renaissance Women: Constructions of Femininity in England: a Sourcebook
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      • Henderson, Katherine, et al., eds.  Half Humankind: Contexts and Texts of the Controversy about Women, 1540-1640
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      • Levin, Carole, et al., eds.  Ambiguous Realities: Women in the Middle Ages and Renaissance
      • Prior, Mary, ed.  Women in English Society 1500-1800
      • Waithe, Mary Ellen, ed.  Medieval, Renaissance and Enlightenment Women Philosophers, AD 500-1600.  Vol. 2 of History of Women Philosophers.  Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1989.
    • Literature:

      • Greer, Germaine, et al., eds.  Kissing the Rod: an Anthology of Seventeenth Century Women’s Verse
      • Haselkorn, Anne, et al., eds.  The Renaissance Englishwoman in Print: Counterbalancing the Canon
      • Martin, Randall, ed.  Women Writers in Renaissance England
      • Travitsky, Betty, ed.  The Paradise of Women: Writings by Englishwomen of the Renaissance.
  • Selected Individual Works:

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    • Literature:

      • Sidney, Mary.  The Psalms of Sir Philip Sidney and the Countess of Pembroke.  Ed. J. C. A. Rathmell.
      • Sidney, Mary.  The Triumph of Death and Other Unpublished Poems.  Ed. Gary Waller.
      • Wroth, Mary.  The Poems of Lady Mary Wroth.  Ed. Gary Waller.
      • Wroth, Mary.  Pamphilia to Amphilanthus.  Ed. Gary Waller.

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SOURCES: SECONDARY

Off-Line:

  • Anthologies:

    • Socio-Historical Context:

    • Literary Criticism:

      • Farrell, Kirby, et al., eds.  Women in the Renaissance: Selections from English Literary Renaissance
      • Ferguson, Margaret, et al., eds.  Rewriting the Renaissance: the Discourse of Sexual Difference in Early Modern Europe
      • Hannay, Margaret, ed.  Silent But For the Word: Tudor Women as Patrons, Translators, and Writers of Religious Works
      • Hendricks, Margo, et al., eds.  Women, ‘Race,’ and Writing in the English Renaissance
      • Wilcox, Helen, ed.  Women and Literature in Britain, 1500-1700
      • Wilson, Katharina, ed.  Women Writers of the Renaissance and Reformation
  • Selected Individual Works:

    • Socio-Historical Context:

      • Hull, Suzanne.  Chaste, Silent, and Obedient: English Books for Women, 1475-1640
      • Kelly, Joan.  "Did Women Have a Renaissance?"  Women, History and Theory
      • Maclean, Ian The Renaissance Notion of Woman
      • Neely, Carol Thomas.  "Constructing the Subject: Feminist Practice and New Renaissance Discourses."  ELR 18 (1988): 5-18.
      • Stone, Lawrence.  The Family, Sex and Marriage in England, 1500-1800
      • Woodbridge, Linda.  Women in the English Renaissance
    • Communication:

      • Glenn, Cheryl.  "Inscribed in the Margins: Renaissance Women and the Rhetorical Culture."  Rhetoric Retold.  Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois UP, 1997.

    • Literary Criticism:

      • Beilin, Elaine.  Redeeming Eve: Women Writers of the English Renaissance
      • Brant, Clare, et al., eds.  Women, Texts, and Histories, 1575-1760
      • Estrin, Laura.  Laura: Uncovering Gender and Genre in Wyatt, Donne, and Marvell
      • Ferguson, Margaret.  "A Room Not Their Own: Renaissance Women as Readers and Writers."   Renaissance Poetry.  Ed. Christina Malcolmson. 
      • Goldberg, Jonathan.  Desiring Women Writing: English Renaissance Examples
      • Harvey, Elizabeth.  Ventriloquised Voices: Feminist Theory and English Renaissance Texts
      • Jones, Ann Rosalind.  The Currency of Eros: Women’s Love Lyric in Europe, 1540-1620
      • Jordan, Constance.  Renaissance Feminism: Literary Texts and Political Models
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      • Kegl, Rosemary.  The Rhetoric of Concealment: Figuring Gender and Class in Renaissance Literature
      • Krontiris, Tina.  Oppositional Voices: Women as Writers and Translators of Literature in the English Renaissance
      • Lewalski, Barbara.  Writing Women in Jacobean England
      • Montrose, Louis Adrian.  "A Midsummer Night's Dream and the Shaping Fantasies of Elizabethan Culture: Gender, Power, Form."  Representing the Renaissance.  Ed. Stephen Greenblatt. 
      • Montrose, Louis Adrian.  "The Work of Gender and Sexuality in the European Discourse of Discovery."  Ed. Domna C. Stanton.  Discourses of Sexuality: from Aristotle to Aids; also in Stephen Greenblatt, ed. Representing the Renaissance
      • Orgel, Stephen.  Impersonations: the Performance of Gender in Shakespeare’s England
      • Parker, Patricia.  Literary Fat Ladies: Rhetoric, Gender, Property
      • Rose, Mary Beth.  Women in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: Literary and Historical Perspectives
      • Schleiner, Louise.  Tudor and Stuart Women Writers
      • Wall, Wendy.  The Imprint of Gender: Authorship and Publication in the English Renaissance
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