4 edition of An annotated index of medieval women found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 599-635).
|Statement||by Anne Echols and Marty Williams.|
|LC Classifications||CT3220 .A56 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 635 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||635|
|LC Control Number||90039810|
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The final section of the book is comprised of a variety of images, high-quality, but chiefly printed in black and white. In each, aspects of Victorian devotion to the medieval are apparent; many of these images are Arthurian in focus, but others simply portray a Victorian family attired as knights and ladies. Economic & demographic study of late medieval York, focusing on women. Maps & charts. pp. Leyser, Henrietta: Medieval Women: A Social History of Women in England ; St. Martins Press, New York; Looks at a thousand years of English histroy, as it affected – and was made by – women.
A Mother's Book, Heloise & Abelard, Fablaiux, and Legendary Women of the Middle Ages, among others, is at Bonnie Duncan's Women Writers of the Middle Ages. Women Writers of the Middle Ages from Millersville University's Bonnie Duncan is a beautiful and frequently-linked site which has also received the Study Web award. Look in the front under the letters to find the author and title of the book containing the needed information. Then check MAGIC. Echols and Williams, Annotated Index of Medieval Women, Main CT A56 entries present a cross-section of women from living in 30 countries. The largest group are from 13th and 14th century.
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This book is amazing in that it bring to life some of the women in the Medieval period. The little bits of information on how they felt or how they lived is a great additional to my genealogy research. So much is written about the men but very little about the women.
It is a great addition to my genealogy by: 3. A bibliography of over women who lived between and AD, listed alphabetically. There are details on their nationalities and brief summaries of available biographical references. The biographical category index allows the reader to find women by trade and profession.
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The biographical. Annotated Index of Medieval Women REF CTA56 t Contains some 1, entries which present a cross-section of women from a span of Author: Elizabeth Gibson. An Annotated Index Of Medieval Women Free Download Watt, Diane. Medieval Women’s Writing: Works by and for Women in England, Malden, MA: Polity Press, Watt’s book is one of the most useful studies of medieval women’s writing for teachers and students with some background knowledge of medieval literature, as it provides both historical breadth and literary depth.
Key Texts. Jane Taylor and Lesley Smith, eds, Women and the Book: Assessing the Visual Evidence (British Library Studies in Medieval Culture), (British Library and University of Toronto Press: London and Toronto, ) ISBN Albrecht Classen, ed., The Power of a Woman's Voice in Medieval and Early Modern Literatures: (Walter de Gruyter: Berlin and New York, ) ISBN An annotated index of medieval women.
Feminae: medieval women and gender index. Feminae: Medieval Women and Gender Index covers journal articles, book reviews, and essays in books about women, sexuality, and gender during the Middle Ages.
Books written by a single author are not indexed in Feminae; for these, check library catalogs that have. Book Description: The book of hours is said to have been the most popular book owned by the laity in the later middle ages. Women were often patrons or owners of such books, which were usually illustrated: indeed, the earliest surviving exemplar made in England was designed and illustrated by William de Brailes in Oxford in the mid-thirteenth century, for an unknown young lady whom he.
Medieval science and technology was firmly rooted in Aristotelian explanations of the physical world. This book begins by introducing the basic concepts of the classical tradition, and explains how these ideas were promulgated by the ancient Greeks, preserved and commented on by the great Muslim scholars of the early middle ages, and finally transmitted to western Europe as that region began.
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Add to Book Bag All things medieval an encyclopedia of the medieval world / by Johnston, Ruth A. Published An Annotated Index of Medieval Women. New York: Markus Wiener, A limited survey of the secondary literature, mostly in English, this book turns up more than women whom the authors label "soldier," plus an assortment of "rebels," "outlaws" and "crusaders." A possible starting place for anyone looking for a topic, but in some cases the.
A bibliography of over women who lived between and AD, listed alphabetically. There are details on their nationalities and brief summaries of available biographical references.
The biographical category index allows the reader to find women by trade and profession. (source: Nielsen Book Data). What is Feminae. Feminae: Medieval Women and Gender Index covers journal articles, book reviews, and essays in books about women, sexuality, and gender during the Middle Ages.
Because of the explosion of research in Women's Studies during the past two decades, scholars and students interested in women during the Middle Ages find an ever-growing flood of publications.
One of the most impressive Web indexes to primarily print material on medieval women is the FEMINAE: Medieval Women and Gender Index edited by Margaret Schaus of Haverford College. MFI indexes over journals as well as essay collections, and provides an easy-to-use search page. Using excerpts from medieval texts, this film demonstrates women’s involvement in medieval life between and Focusing chiefly on social history, the film corrects some misconceptions about women in the middle ages.
An Annotated Index of Medieval Women. By Anne Echols and Marty Williams. New York: Markus Wiener Publishing, Anne Echols has co-authored two non-fiction books about women in the Middle Ages: Between Pit and Pedestal: Women in the Middle Ages and An Annotated Index of Medieval Women. A Tale of Two Maidens is her first historical fiction.
Anne has two grown children, Melissa and Jarrett.4/5(10). the Go-Between in Medieval and Early Modern Wine, Women, and Death: Medieval Hebrew Poems on the Good Life An Annotated Index of Medieval Women Chosen among Women: Mary and Fatima in Medieval Christianity and Shi'ite Islam Women Helping Women: A Biblical Guide to Major.
An Annotated Index of Medieval Women. By Anne Echols and Marty Williams. New York: Markus Wiener, This book offers biographies of mediaeval philosophers, devoting 2 to 3 pages per person, as well as a few short essays on selected topics in this field.
This webpage contains some sample annotated bibliographical entries. In this particular case, I have presumed my audience is an undergraduate student looking for materials on "Medieval Beasts and Bestiaries," but I've also included some general medieval research tools and a section on medieval art and heraldry to help flesh out the bibliography.Annotated Index of Medieval Women.
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