3 edition of Feminist Readings of Early Modern Culture found in the catalog.
Feminist Readings of Early Modern Culture
October 28, 1996
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Valerie Traub (Editor), M. Lindsay Kaplan (Editor), Dympna Callaghan (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||317|
An Amazon Best Book of the Month, August "These essays are political and they are personal," Roxanne Gay announces in the introduction of Bad Feminist. "They are, like feminism, flawed, but they come from a genuine place." This place, as displayed throughout the course of her excellent essay collection, is also one of daring intelligence, imagination, and empathy/5(). This collection demonstrates the diversity of contemporary feminist scholarship in early modern studies. With an introduction by Jean E. Howard, and essays by Rackin's former students Wendy Wall, Kim F. Hall, Lisa A. Freeman, Will Fisher, Peter Parolin, Sarah Werner, Julie Crawford, Rebecca Ann Bach, and Gwynne Kennedy, and Rackin's long-time colleague, Barbara Hodgdon, the Author: Rebecca Ann Bach, Gwynne Kennedy.
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Feminist Reading Early Modrn Cultre: Emerging Subjects Paperback – Octo "This current collection proves that feminism continues to play a defining role both in interpretations of early modern culture and in the state of theory." Ann C. Christensen, Shakespeare Quarterly Cited by: How did the events of the early modern period affect the way gender and the self were represented.
This collection of essays attempts to respond to this question by analyzing a wide spectrum of cultural concerns--humanism, technology, science, law, anatomy, literacy, domesticity, colonialism, erotic practices, and the theater--in order to delineate the history of subjectivity and its.
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In Feminist Readings of Early Modern Culture: Emerging Subjects, edited by Traub, Valerie, Kaplan, M. Lindsay, and Callaghan, Dympna – Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Hall, Kim F. “‘ Extravagant Viciousness’: Slavery and Gluttony in the Works of Thomas Tryon.”.
Whether you're looking to brush up on the early days of the movement, inspired by modern day feminist heroes, or simply be astounded at how far we've come, these are the perfect feminist books to Occupation: Writer. Valerie Traub's research concerns gender and sexuality in early modern England.
She is the author of The Renaissance of Lesbianism in Early Modern England, which won the best book of award from the Society for the Study of Early Modern books include Desire & Anxiety: Circulations of Sexuality in Shakespearean Drama () and two co-edited collections: Feminist Readings of.
A white, wide-brimmed bonnet and a red cloak have come to mean one thing: women’s oppression. Margaret Atwood’s novel The Handmaid’s Tale seared this image into our souls with its.
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Praise “Queer/Early/Modern is an important and exciting contribution to the literature on representations of sexuality and subjectivity in early modern literature and culture.
The book will be of interest to anyone who has been engaged in the project of ‘queering’ the Renaissance and beyond not simply as a way of finding precursors for modern lifestyles and identities but as a political. Third-wave feminism refers to several diverse strains of feminist activity and study, whose exact boundaries in the history of feminism are a subject of debate, but are generally marked as beginning in the early s and continuing to the present.
The movement arose partially as a response to the perceived failures of and backlash against initiatives and movements created by second-wave.
Her publications include The Impact of Feminism in English Renaissance Culture (), Romeo and Juliet: Texts and Contexts (), “The Duchess of Malfi:” Contemporary Critical Essays (), Shakespeare Without Women (), A Feminist Companion to Shakespeare (Blackwell, ) - winner of Choice Award for Outstanding Academic Book.
Feminist Readings of Early Modern Culture is a valuable collection and a useful resource in that it offers us a broad spectrum of feminist reading practices and critical concerns in approaching the early modern period. With essays that range widely both in terms of subject matter and in terms of quality, this collection offers an excellent.
The following is a list of feminist literature, listed by year of first publication, then within the year alphabetically by title (using the English title rather than the foreign language title if available/applicable). Books and magazines are in italics, all other types of literature are not and are in quotation marks.
The Renaissance of Lesbianism in Early Modern England is the eagerly-awaited study by the feminist scholar who was among the first to address the issue of early modern female homoeroticism.
Valerie Traub analyzes the representation of female-female love, desire and eroticism in a range of early modern discourses, including poetry, drama, visual arts, pornography and medicine.
Moving on to a book focused on the women’s movement of the early 20th century, please tell us about The Grounding of Modern Feminism, published by Nancy Cott in Nancy Cott is one of the founding generation of women’s historians.
The aims of the five projected generically-based studies in Routledge's Feminist Readings of Shakespeare series, "to outline the current positions and debates within the field and advance original feminist readings" (xv), while successfully melded by Kahn, appear imperfectly compatible in the second book, Howard and Rackin's Engendering a Nation.
Bustle. 13 Contemporary Novels All Feminists Should Read and is an early feminist novel that modern feminists shouldn't miss. The book Author: Emma Cueto. The book collects dozens of Hurley’s essays on feminism, geek culture, and her experiences and insights as a genre writer, including “We Have Always Fought,” which won the Hugo for Best Related Work.
The Geek Feminist Revolution will also feature several entirely new essays written specifically for this volume.the gendered body in early modern culture 16 3 Valerie Traub: Gendering mortality in early modern anatomies 44 4 Cynthia Marshall: Wound-man: Coriolanus, gender, and the theatrical construction of interiority 93 5 Rosemary Kegl: "The world I have made": Margaret C avendish, feminism, and the Blazing- World Cited by: 9.Early Modern Visual Culture Fine Art / Cultural Studies / History View main book page.
Table of Contents. Introduction —Clark Hulse and Peter Erickson 1. University of Michigan) is author of Desire and Anxiety: Circulations of Sexuality in Shakspearean Drama and coeditor of Feminist Readings of Early Modern Culture: Emerging.