Victims or viragos? / Christine Meek & Catherine Lawless, editors.
- Dublin ; Portland, Or. : Four Courts Press, 2005.
- Studies on medieval and early modern women ; 4
240 p. : ill ; 24 cm.
- Women -- History -- Middle Ages, 500-1500.
Women -- History -- Renaissance, 1450-1600.
Women -- History -- 17th century.
- Gendering viragos : medieval perceptions of powerful women / Kimberly A. LoPrete
Mothers and sons : Emma of Normandy's role in the English succession crisis, 1035-42 / Maria Sheridan
Merito nominetur virago : Matilda of Tuscany in the polemics of the Investiture Contest / Patrick Healy
Women and the First Crusade : prostitutes or pilgrims? / Conor Kostick
Secondary offenders? English women and crime c. 1220-1348 / Richard J. Sims
Representation, imitation, rejection : Chiara of Montefalco (d. 1308) and the passion of Christ / Cordelia Warr
Women's prospects in early sixteenth-century Germany : did Martin Luther's teaching make a difference? / Helga Robinson-Hammerstein
"The weaker vessel"? : the impact of warfare on women in seventeenth-century Ireland / Bernadette Whelan
The mistress and matrimony : attitudes to marriage at the court of Louis XIV / Linda Kiernan
Spanish queens and aristocratic women at the court of Madrid, 1598-1665 / Alistair Malcolm
John Millar's peculiar footnote : the "science of man" and the "condition of women" / Michael Brown
Women and divorce legislation : a quest for liberty during the French Revolution / Colm Ó Conaill.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Meek, Christine.
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