EMWJ Published Volumes

Volume 7 – 2012

Early Modern Women Journal v7


  • Sor Juana Fecit: Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz and the Art of Miniature Painting
    Elizabeth Perry
  • Chaste Painting: Elizabeth Russell’s Theatres of Memory
    Patricia Phillippy
  • Gendered Representations of the Militant Church: Ana Caro’s and Luisa Roldán’s Rhetoric of War and Religion
    Elena García-Martín
  • “She . . . the Choisest out of them Doth Finde”: Multi-material Collage and the Poetics of Restoration in The Sacred Historie
    Andrea Crow
  • Marie de Medici’s 1605 ballet de la reine and the Virtuosic Female Voice
    Melinda J. Gough
  • “True Fire, Noble Flame”: Friendship Poetry by Katharina Lescailje, Cornelia van der Veer, and Katherine Philips
    Martine van Elk

Forum: Transculturalisms

  • Early Modern Women and the Transnational Turn
    Merry Wiesner-Hanks
  • Trans-Eurasian Convergences in Early Modern Women’s Writing
    David Porter
  • American Beauties, or What’s Wrong with this Picture? Paintings and Prints of the Women of Virginia from John White to Joan Blaeu
    Ann Rosalind Jones
  • Boundary Crossings in the Islamic World: Princess Gulbadan as Traveler, Biographer, and Witness to History, 1523–1603
    Jyotsna Singh
  • Lost in Translation: Portraits of Sitti Maani Gioerida della Valle in Baroque Rome
    Cristelle Baskins
  • Transnational Reception and Early Modern Women’s “Lost” Texts
    Marie-Louise Coolahan
  • Women and Kirishitanban Literature: Translation, Gender, and Theology in Early Modern Japan
    Haruko Nawata Ward

Exhibition Reviews

  • Shakespeare’s Sisters: Voices of English and European Women Writers, 1500–1700. Curated by Georgianna Ziegler. Folger Shakespeare Library. 3 February–20 May 2012
    — Jane Donawerth
  • Artemisia Gentileschi: Storia di Una Passione. Curated by Roberto Contini and Francesco Solinas. Palazzo Reale, Milan. 22 September 2011–29 January 2012
    — Valerie Drummond
  • Go[u]: Himetachi no Sengoku (Depicting the Life of Go[u] and the Other Ladies of the Warring States Period). The Edo-Tokyo Museum, Tokyo. 2 January–20 February, 2011
    — Hanako Nadehara

Book Reviews

  • Leigh Whaley, Women and the Practice of Medical Care in Early Modern Europe, 1400–1800
    — Alisha Rankin
  • Janel Mueller, ed., Katherine Parr: Complete Works and Correspondence
    — Elaine V. Beilin
  • Susan Frye, Pens and Needles: Women’s Textualities in Early Modern England
    — Heather Wolfe
  • Susan Felch and Donald Stump, eds., Elizabeth I and her Age: Authoratative Texts, Commentary, and Criticism
    — Renee Bricker
  • Kathryn Schwarz, What You Will: Gender, Contract, and Shakespearean Social Space
    — Miranda Garno Nesler
  • Sarah Apetrei, Women, Feminism, and Religion in Early Enlightenment England
    — Willliam E. Smith, III
  • Cynthia J. Brown, The Queen’s Library: Image-Making at the Court of Anne of Brittany, 1477–1514
    — Anne Larsen
  • Erin A. Sadlack, The French Queen’s Letters: Mary Tudor Brandon and the Politics of Marriage in Sixteenth-Century Europe
    — John Watkins
  • Leah L. Chang, Into Print: The Production of Female Authorship in Early Modern France
    — Jane Couchman
  • William Brooks, ed., P. J. Yarrow, trans., Mademoiselle de Montpensier: Memoirs
    — Faith E. Beasley
  • Lewis C. Seifert, and Domna C. Stanton, eds. and trans., Enchanted Eloquence: Fairy Tales by Seventeenth-Century French Women Writers
    — Theresa Kennedy
  • Julie D. Campbell, and Maria Galli Stampino, eds., In Dialogue with the Other Voice in Sixteenth-Century Italy: Literary and Social Contexts for Women’s Writing
    — Pamela Joseph Benson
  • Nicholas Terpstra, Lost Girls: Sex and Death in Renaissance Florence
    — Allison Levy
  • Elissa B. Weaver, ed., Scenes from Italian Convent Life: An Anthology of Convent Theatrical Texts and Contexts
    — Maria Galli Stampino
  • Julia K. Dabbs, Life Stories of Women Artists, 1550–1800
    — Susan Shifrin
  • Sarah Owens, ed. and trans., Journey of Five Capuchin Nuns; John J. Conley, S. J., Adoration and Annihilation: The Convent Philosophy of Port-Royal; Bryan Givens, Judging Maria de Macedo: A Female Visionary and the Inquisition in Early Modern Portugal
    — Darcy Donahue
  • Theresa Earenfight, The King’s Other Body: María of Castile and the Crown of Aragon; Marie A. Kelleher, The Measure of Woman: Law and Female Identity in the Crown of Aragon
    — Montserrat Piera
  • María M. Carríon, Subject Stages: Marriage, Theatre, and the Law in Early Modern Spain
    — Carmela Mattza
  • Eavan O’Brien, Women in the Prose of Maria de Zayas
    — Yolanda Gamboa
  • Lia van Gemert, Hermina Joldersma, Olga van Marion, Dieuwke van der Poel, Riet Schenkeveld-van der Dussen, eds., Women’s Writing from the Low Countries, 1200–1875: A Bilingual Anthology
    — Frima Fox Hofrichter

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