Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal

Volume 6 (2011)

CONTENTS

Essays


Before the Odalisque: Renaissance Representations of Elite Ottoman Women
Heather Madar

1

The Canonization of Italian Women Writers in Early Modern Britain      
Diana Robin

43

Three Poems by Anne Glover Rhodes: An Edition
J. L. Wilson

79

Remembering the Mother, Presenting the Stepmother: Portraits of
the Early Modern Family in Northern Europe  

Lyndan Warner

93

"The simple fool doth trust / too much before he try": Isabella
Whitney's Revision of the Female Reader and Lover in The Copy
of a Letter   
   
Maggie Ellen Ray

 

127

FORUM


Early Modern Women and Memory
Introduction

159

Lux Aeterna: Commemoration of Women with Candles in the Santa
Maria Novella Book of Wax in Fifteenth-Century Florence   
   
Maria DePrano

165

The Visibility of Early Modern Castilian Noblewomen in
Genealogical Narratives: Bilateral Kinship and its Memory within
a Patrilineal Society      

Carolina Blutrach-Jelin

173

Love Tokens: Objects as Memory for Plebeian Women in Early
Modern England           
                                                  
Jennine Hurl-Eamon

181

How Gulbadan Remembered: The Book of Hum?y?n as an Act
of Representation        
Rebecca Gould

187

Female Letter Writing and the Preservation of Family Memory in
Early Modern Italy     
  
Megan Moran      

             

195

Memory in Moulsworth's "Memorandum"
Robert C. Evans 

203

"Gather up the Fragments, that nothing be lost": "Memorable"
Women's Conversion Narratives  

Rachel Adcock

209

Remembrance in an Early Modern Woman's Seduction Lyric                      
Holly Barbaccia

217

The Memory of Romance: Love and War in Aphra Behn's
Colonial Virginia

Rebecca Lush

223

Publications in English in Early Modern Women's Studies,
2007–2010     
                     
Karen L. Nelson, with Courtney Connolly and Scott Kamen

231

The Society for the Study of Early Modern Women 2010 Prize for
a Graduate Student Conference Presentation Abstract:
Lady Katherine Ranelagh or Lady Margaret Orrery?:
Reattributing Authorship for The Boyle Family Receipt Book    

Michelle DiMeo

269

BOOK REVIEWS

 

Julia L. Hairston and Walter Stephens, eds., The Body in Early
Modern Italy 
       
Holly Hurlburt

271

Sharon T. Strocchia, Nuns and Nunneries in Renaissance Florence
Diana Bullen Presciutti

273

Patricia H. Labalme. Benjamin G. Kohl, ed., Saints, Women and
Humanists in Renaissance Venice

Patricia Lyn Richards

276

Suzanne G. Cusick, Francesca Caccini at the Medici Court: Music
and the Circulation of Power
Thomasin LaMay

279

Virginia Scott, Women on the Stage in Early Modern
France: 1540–1750 

Joy Palacios

282

Christine de Pizan et al. David F. Hult, ed. and trans., Debate of
the "Romance of the Rose." The Other Voice in Early Modern
Europe Series
Stephanie Downes

285

Karen Simroth James, ed., with introduction and notes. Poems trans.
by Marta Rijn Finch. Pernette du Guillet, Complete Poems:
A Bilingual Edition. The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe
(The Toronto Series), Vol. 6
Deborah Lesko Baker

288

Laura Lunger Knoppers, ed., The Cambridge Companion to Early
Modern Women's Writing
Sarah Kelly

290

Theresa D. Kemp, Women in the Age of Shakespeare. The Age of
Shakespeare Series
Horacio Sierra

293

Peter C. Herman, Royal Poetrie: Monarchic Verse and the Political
Imaginary of Early Modern England
Ambereen Dadabhoy

297

Peter Beal and Grace Ioppolo, eds., Elizabeth I and the Culture
of Writing
Sarah Kelly

300

Margaret P. Hannay, Mary Sidney, Lady Wroth
Karen Nelson

303

Mary Ellen Lamb and Karen Bamford, eds., Oral Traditions and Gender
in Early Modern Literary Texts
Kristina Lucenko

306

Sergius Kodera, Disreputable Bodies: Magic, Medicine, and Gender in
Renaissance Natural Philosophy
Jasmine Lellock

308

Daniella Kostroun and Lisa Vollendorf, eds., Women, Religion, and the
Atlantic World (1600–1800)
Kate McCarthy-Gilmore

314

Diane Wolfthal, In and Out of the Marital Bed: Seeing Sex in
Renaissance Europe
Lisa Regan

314

Joseph F. Patrouch, Queen's Apprentice: Archduchess Elizabeth, Empress
Maria, the Habsburgs, and the Holy Roman Empire, 1554–1569.
Studies in Medieval and Reformation Traditions, Vol. 148
Jen Welsh

317