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Medieval Writings On Secular Women

Medieval Writings On Secular Women - Skinner, Patricia (TRN)/ Van Houts, Elisabeth (TRN) - ISBN: 9780141439914
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Beschrijving

A Collection That Brings Together A Host Of Writings From Across Different Regions And Cultures Of The Middle Ages, From The Ninth To The Fifteenth Century. It Is Arranged To Follow The Life Stages Of A Medieval Woman Living A Secular Existence, From Infancy And Girlhood, Through Marriage And Motherhood, To Widowhood And Old Age.

Details

Titel: Medieval Writings On Secular Women
auteur: Skinner, Patricia (TRN)/ Van Houts, Elisabeth (TRN)
Mediatype: Boek
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 352
Uitgever: Penguin Books Ltd
Plaats van publicatie: 03
NUR: Maatschappijgeschiedenis
Afmetingen: 134 x 197 x 21
Gewicht: 258 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 9780141439914
Intern nummer: 9244223

Biografie (woord)

Elisabeth van Houts is a Fellow and lecturer in Medieval History at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, with particular interests in the Anglo-Norman period, Latin historiography and the role of women in medieval society. Patricia Skinner was Reader in Medieval History at the University of Southampton. She has published extensively on the social and gender history of medieval Italy, as well as editing books on Anglo-Jewish medieval history and medieval historiography.

Recensie

Both medieval historians and feminist historians will be delighted about this extraordinary, long-awaited anthology [...] This volume appears to be the best possible textbook currently available for a seminar on medieval women, covering the entire spectrum from birth to death [...] Anyone interested in the life of women in the premodern era will certainly want to pick up a copy and consult it intensely.

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