EMWJ Published Volumes

Volume 9.2 – Spring 2015

Early Modern Women Journal v9.2

Essays

  • Mapping Queenship: Anna of Denmark’s Politics of Representation in Stuart Cartography and The Masque of Queens
    — Katja Pilhuj
     
  • The Poetic Habit: Verse and Vestment in Spanish and French Carmel
    — Daniel J. Hanna
     
  • “In Sara’s Lap”: Cary, Calvin, and the Female Icon in The Tragedy of Mariam
    — Beverly Marshall Van Note
     
  • From Birthing Chamber to Court Room: The Medical and Legal Communities of the Colonial Essex County Midwife
    — Abby Chandler

Performance and DVD Reviews

  • a woman like that
    — Eve Straussman-Pflanzer
     
  • Iphigenia at Aulis
    — Emma Whipday
     
  • The Tragedie of Cleopatra
    — Mary Ellen Lamb
     
  • Arden of Faversham and The Roaring Girl
    — Penelope Anderson
     
  • “The Tragedy of Thomas Merry”
    — Sarah Lewis
     
  • Love’s Victory
    — Marta Straznicky
     
  • The Convent of Pleasure
    — Katherine R. Larson
     
  • Queen Anne
    — Frank Palmeri

Book Reviews

  • Allyson M. Poska, Jane Couchman, and Katharine A. Mclver, eds., The Ashgate Research Companion to Women and Gender in Early Modern Europe
    — Amy M. Froide
     
  • Debra Barrett-Graves, ed., The Emblematic Queen: Extra-Literary Representations of Early Modern Queenship
    — Georgianna Ziegler
     
  • Nadine Akkerman and Birgit Houben, eds., The Politics of Female Households: Ladies-in-Waiting across Early Modern Europe
    — R. Malcolm Smuts
     
  • Lesley K. Twomey, The Fabric of Marian Devotion in Isabel de Villena’s Vita Christi
    — Ronald E. Surtz
     
  • Nicolas Terpstra, Cultures of Charity: Women, Politics, and the Reform of Poor Relief in Renaissance Italy
    — Michelle A. Laughran
     
  • Barbara Torelli Benedetti, Lisa Sampson and Barbara Burgess-Van Aken, eds. and trans. Partenia, a Pastoral Play. A Bilingual Edition
    — Maria Galli Stampino
     
  • Sean Ward, ed. and trans., Memoirs (1630–1680), by Sophia of Hanover
    — Lynne Tatlock
     
  • Alisha Rankin, Panaceia’s Daughters: Noblewomen as Healers in Early Modern Germany
    — Amy Eisen Cislo
     
  • Amanda Pipkin, Rape in the Republic, 1609–1725: Formulating Dutch Identity
    — Erica Heinsen-Roach
     
  • G. G. Rowley, An Imperial Concubine’s Tale: Scandal, Shipwreck, and Salvation in Seventeenth-Century Japan
    — Sonja Arntzen
     
  • Josephine Donovan, Women and the Rise of the Novel, 1405–1726
    — Patricia Meyer Spacks
     
  • Femke Molekamp, Women and the Bible in Early Modern England: Religious Reading and Writing
    — Erica Longfellow
     
  • Genelle Gertz, Heresy Trials and English Women Writers, 1400–1670
    — Tim Stretton
     
  • Helen Smith, “Grossly Material Things”: Women and Book Production in Early Modern England
    — Anne Coldiron
     
  • Adrian Wilson, Ritual and Conflict: The Social Relations of Childbirth in Early Modern England
    — Mary Fissell
     
  • Jennifer Higginbotham, The Girlhood of Shakespeare’s Sisters: Gender, Transgression, Adolescence
    — Naomi J. Miller
     
  • Julie A. Eckerle, Romancing the Self in Early Modern Englishwomen’s Life Writing
    — Sharon Cadman Seelig
     
  • Elizabeth Scott-Baumann, Forms of Engagement: Women, Poetry, and Culture 1640–1680
    — Pamela S. Hammons
     
  • Lesley Peterson, ed., The Mirror of the Worlde: A Translation by Elizabeth Tanfield Cary
    — Bernadette Andrea
     
  • H. L. Meakin, The Painted Closet of Lady Anne Bacon Drury
    — Jessica L. Malay
     
  • Jacqueline Broad, ed., Mary Astell, The Christian Religion, as Professed by a Daughter of the Church of England
    — Melinda Zook
     
  • Katie Barclay and Deborah Simonton, eds., Women in Eighteenth-Century Scotland: Intimate, Intellectual and Public Lives
    — Cathryn Spence

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