EMWJ Published Volumes

Volume 14.1 – Fall 2019

Early Modern Women Journal Volume 14.1

Essays

  • A Communal Affair: Women, Captivity, and Redemption in the Seventeenth-Century Mediterranean
    — Erica Heinsen-Roach
     
  • Eloquence Unchained: Women, Poetry, and Politics during the Fronde
    — Carrie F. Klaus
     
  • “Meerly my own free Agent”: Liberty and Civility in The Case of Madam Mary Carleton
    — Kristina Lucenko

Forum: Early Modern Women’s Mobilities

  • Transience and Impoverished London Mothers, 1674–1750
    — Janice Liedl
     
  • “The Indian Woman Peggy”: Mobility, Marriage, and Power in an Early American City
    — Nathaniel Holly
     
  • Mobility and Prostitution in Early Modern Venice
    —Saundra Weddle
     
  • Catholic Englishwomen’s Mobilities in an Age of Persecution
    — Susan M. Cogan
     
  • Early Modern Women’s Mobility in French Women’s Theater
    — Theresa Varney Kennedy
     
  • A Tale of Two Johannas: Gatekeeping, Mobilities, and Marriage in Cochin and Amsterdam
    — Bob Pierik and Alexander Geelen
     
  • “Every Jolt Will Squash Their Guts”: Women’s Stagecoach Travel in Delarivier Manley’s Letters
    — Yoojung Choi
     
  • A Taste of Empire: Eighteenth-Century Eastern and Western European Women’s Journeys into Ottoman Culinary Spaces
    — Małgorzata Sokołowicz

Multimedia Reviews

  • Nell Gwynn, by Jessica Swale, directed by Robert Richmond
    — Heidi Craig
     
  • The Disobedient Child by Thomas Ingelend, directed by Emma Whipday in collaboration with Freya Cox Jensen and Dana Key
    — Kate De Rycker
     
  • La Mirtilla, by Isabella Andreini, trans. by Julie D. Campbell, stage reading by the L.A. Camerata, directed by Marylin Winkle
    — Erith Jaffe-Berg
     
  • Lacrime amare: Bianca Maria Meda Motets. Candace Smith and Cappella Artemisia
    — Colleen Reardon

Book Reviews

  • The Duchess of Suffolk. Thomas Drue. Ed. and intro. Richard Dutton and Steven K. Galbraith
    — Mary Beth Rose
     
  • Infanticide, Secular Justice, and Religious Debate in Early Modern Europe. Adriano Prosperi
    — W. David Myers
     
  • The Quiet Revolution of Caroline Herschel: The Lost Heroine of Astronomy. Emily Winterburn
    — Andrea K. Dobson
     
  • Early Modern Women’s Writing: Domesticity, Privacy, and the Public Sphere in England and the Dutch Republic. Martine van Elk
    — Catharine Gray
     
  • The Devout Hand: Women, Virtue, and Visual Culture in Early Modern Italy. Patricia Rocco
    — Nathalie Hester
     
  • A Day at Home in Early Modern England: Material Culture and Domestic Life, 1500–1700. Tara Hamling and Catherine Richardson
    — Eleanor Hubbard
     
  • Greek Tragic Women on Shakespearean Stages. Tanya Pollard
    — Lea Puljcan Juric
     
  • The Ship of Virtuous Ladies. Symphorien Champier. Ed. and trans. Todd W. Reeser.
    — Kathleen M. Llewellyn
     
  • Love, Madness, and Scandal: The Life of Frances Coke Villiers, Viscountess Purbeck. Johanna Luthman
    — Christina Luckyj
     
  • The Woman Who Turned into a Jaguar, and Other Narratives of Native Women in Archives of Colonial Mexico. Lisa Sousa
    — Miriam Melton-Villanueva
     
  • Women Writing the English Republic, 1625–1681. Katharine Gillespie.
    — Erin Murphy
     
  • Artemisia Gentileschi in a Changing Light. Ed. Sheila Barker
    — Marjorie Och
     
  • Women Writing Fancy: Authorship and Autonomy from 1611 to 1812. Maura Smyth
    — Natasha Simonova
     
  • Women, Rhetoric, and Drama in Early Modern Italy. Alexandra Coller
    — Janet Levarie Smarr
     
  • Mademoiselle de Montpensier: Writings, Châteaux, and Female Self-Construction in Early Modern France. Sophie Maríñez
    — Barbara Woshinsky
     
  • Women, Writing, and Travel in the Eighteenth Century. Katrina O’Loughlin
    — Laura Williamson Ambrose
     
  • Mihri Hatun: Performance, Gender Bending, and Subversion in Ottoman Intellectual History. Didem Havlioğlu.
    — Abdulhamit Arvas
     
  • Elizabeth I and Her Circle. Susan Doran
    — Charles Beem
     
  • The Buffoons, A Ridiculous Comedy [A Bilingual Edition]. Margherita Costa. Edited and translated by Sara E. Díaz and Jessica Goethals
    — Alexandra Coller
     
  • Renaissance Woman: The Life of Vittoria Colonna. Ramie Targoff
    — Veronica Copello
     
  • New Critical Studies on Early Quaker Women, 1650–1800. Ed. Michele Lise Tarter and Catie Gill
    — Teresa Feroli
     
  • Witness, Warning, and Prophecy: Quaker Women’s Writing, 1655–1700. Ed. Teresa Feroli and Margaret Olofson Thickstun.
    — Catie Gill
     
  • Elizabeth I in Writing: Language, Power and Representation in Early Modern England. Ed. Donatella Montini and Iolanda Plescia
    — Helen Hackett
     
  • Mirtilla, A Pastoral. Isabella Andreini. Ed. Valeria Finucci. Trans. Julia Kisacky
    — Suzanne Magnanini
     
  • The Riddle of Jael: The History of a Poxied Heroine in Medieval and Renaissance Art and Culture. Peter Scott Brown
    — Mati Meyer
     
  • Women’s Deliberation: The Heroine in Early Modern French Women’s Theater (1650–1750). Theresa Varney Kennedy
    — Lucy Rayfield
     
  • Editing Women’s Writing, 1670–1840. Ed. Amy Culley and Anna M. Fitzer
    — Sarah C. E. Ross
     
  • The Well-Ordered Universe: The Philosophy of Margaret Cavendish. Deborah Boyle
    — Brandie R. Siegfried
     
  • Imagining Shakespeare’s Wife: The Afterlife of Anne Hathaway. Katherine West Scheil
    — Horacio Sierra
     
  • The Collected Works of Jane Cavendish. Ed. Alexandra G. Bennett; Poems and Fancies with The Animal Parliament. Margaret Cavendish. Ed. Brandie R. Siegfried
    — Mihoko Suzuki
     
  • Art Patronage, Family, and Gender in Renaissance Florence. Maria DePrano
    — Jane Tylus

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