Women and gender in the early modern Low Countries, 1500-1750
Pipkin, Amanda (Amanda Cathryn)Moran, Sarah (Sarah Joan)
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Women and gender in the early modern Low Countries, 1500-1750 brings together research on women and gender across the Low Countries, a culturally contiguous region that was split by the Eighty Years' War into the Protestant Dutch Republic in the North and and the Spanish-controlled, Catholic Hapsburg Netherlands in the South.
The problem of women's agency in late medieval and early modern Europe / Martha Howell -- Women's writing during the Dutch Revolt : the religious authority and political agenda of Cornelia and Susanna Teellinck, 1554-1625 / Amanda Pipkin -- The Maid of Holland and her heroic heiresses / Martha Moffitt Peacock -- The absent made present : portraying nuns in the early modern Low Countries / Margit Thøfner -- Women writers and the Dutch stage : public femininity in the plays of Verwers and Questiers / Martine van Elk -- Anna Francisca de Bruyns (1604/5-1656), artist, wife, and mother : a contextual approach to her forgotten artistic career / Katlijne Van der Stighelen -- Foregrounding the background : images of Dutch and Flemish household servants / Diane Wolfthal
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