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Women As Scribes

Author : Alison I. Beach
ISBN : 0521792436
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Professor Beach's book on female scribes in twelfth-century Bavaria is underpinned by the notion that the scriptorium was central to the intellectual revival of the Middle Ages and that women played a role in this renaissance. Her focus on manuscript production at three rather different religious houses, and the religious, intellectual, social and economic factors which shaped that production, enables her to draw wide-ranging conclusions on interest not only to palaeographers but also to those interested in both religious and gender history.

The Scribes For Women S Convents In Late Medieval Germany

Author : Cynthia J. Cyrus
ISBN : 9780802093691
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Cyrus demonstrates the prevalence of manuscript production by women monastics and challenges current assumptions of how manuscripts circulated in the late medieval period.

Women Readers In The Middle Ages

Author : D. H. Green
ISBN : 9780521879422
Genre : History
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Throughout the Middle Ages, the number of female readers was far greater than is commonly assumed. D. H. Green shows that, after clerics and monks, religious women were the main bearers of written culture and its expansion. Moreover, laywomen played a vital part in the process whereby the expansion of literacy brought reading from religious institutions into homes, and increasingly from Latin into vernacular languages. This study assesses the various ways in which reading was practised between c.700 and 1500 and how these differed from what we mean by reading today. Focusing on Germany, France and England, it considers the different categories of women for whom reading is attested (laywomen, nuns, recluses, semi-religious women, heretics), as well as women's general engagement with literature as scribes, dedicatees, sponsors and authors. This fascinating study opens up the world of the medieval woman reader to new generations of scholars and students.

Woman Under Monasticism

Author : Lina Eckenstein
ISBN : EAN:4064066235482
Genre : History
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"Woman under Monasticism" by Lina Eckenstein. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

Daily Life In Ancient Mesopotamia

Author : Karen Rhea Nemet-Nejat
ISBN : 0313294976
Genre : History
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The ancient world of Mesopotamia (from Sumer to the subsequent division into Babylonia and Assyria) vividly comes alive in this portrayal of the time period from 3100 bce to the fall of Assyria (612 bce) and Babylon (539 bce). Students, teachers, and interested readers will discover fascinating details about the lives of these people taken from the ancients' own quotations and descriptions. These detailed anecdotes from the people themselves easily convey factual material. A wealth of information is provided on such varied topics as: education; literature; mathematics and science; city vs. country life; family life; and religion, as well as many other subjects.

Misogyny And Media In The Age Of Trump

Author : Maria B. Marron
ISBN : 9781793606198
Genre : Social Science
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Misogyny and Media in the Age of Trump argues that misogyny has increased in the United States under President Trump and that although women’s experiences under misogyny are by no means universal, patriarchal social and institutional systems facilitate gender-based hostility. Systemic misogyny and power inequities are at the root of male-on-female bullying, the bullying and harassment of non-hegemonic males and other minorities as well as sexual harassment, rape, and even murder. Given the prevalence of misogyny, and its deep rootedness in religion, it is argued that the social contract needs to be rewritten in order to have a just, gender- and race-equitable society. Misogyny creates a clash of cultures between men and women, hegemonic and non-hegemonic males, feminists and INCELS, the powerful and the oppressed, natives and marginalized minorities, the conservative and the liberal/progressive. This book explores misogyny across media ranging from political and editorial cartoons to news, sport, film, television, social media (especially Twitter), and journalistic organizations that address gender inequities. The authors argue that the current era of conservative populism ushered in by President Donald Trump and the Republicans constitute the social-cultural and political environment that have given rise to the #MeToo Movement and Fourth Wave Feminism.

The Oxford Handbook Of Wisdom And The Bible

Author : Will Kynes
ISBN : 9780190661267
Genre : Bibles
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This collection of leading scholars presents reflections on both wisdom as a general concept throughout history and cultures, as well as the contested nature of the category of Wisdom Literature. The first half of the collection explores wisdom more generally with essays on its relationship to skill, epistemology, virtue, theology, and order. Wisdom is examined in a number of different contexts, such as historically in the Hebrew Bible and its related cultures, in Egypt and Mesopotamia, as well as in Patristic and Rabbinic interpretation. Additionally, wisdom is examined in its continuing relevance in Islamic, Jewish, and Christian thought, as well as from feminist, environmental, and other contextual perspectives. The second half of the volume considers "Wisdom Literature" as a category. Scholars address its relation to the Solomonic Collection, its social setting, literary genres, chronological development, and theology. Wisdom Literature's relation to other biblical literature (law, history, prophecy, apocalyptic, and the broad question of "Wisdom influence") is then discussed before separate chapters on the texts commonly associated with the category. Contributors take a variety of approaches to the current debates surrounding the viability and value of Wisdom Literature as a category and its proper relationship to the concept of wisdom in the Hebrew Bible. Though the organization of the volume highlights the independence of wisdom as concept from "Wisdom Literature" as a category, seeking to counter the lack of attention given to this question in the traditional approach, the inclusion of both topics together in the same volume reflects their continued interconnection. As such, this handbook both represents the current state of Wisdom scholarship and sets the stage for future developments.

Hildegard Of Bingen And Her Gospel Homilies

Author : Beverly Mayne Kienzle
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131274206
Genre : History
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Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179), the only medieval woman known to have authored systematic works of exegesis, composed fifty-eight little-studied Expositiones euangeliorum, homilies on twenty-seven Gospel passages. Hildegard described her divine charge to restore the tottering faith of her era through the revelation of hidden mysteries in the Scriptures. She was to continue the exegetical tradition of the Fathers and to construct moral fortifications with the words of Scripture in order to defend her sisters against the forces of evil. Hildegard of Bingen and her Gospel Homilies constitutes the first in-depth study of Hildegard's Expositiones and of her exegesis, preaching, and use of sources. It explores the Expositiones in the context of Hildegard's intellectual and cultural milieu and underscores the central role of biblical interpretation in the seer's works. Furthermore, this book re-examines Hildegard's self-depiction in the context of monastic education for women, the magistra's exchange with her mentors and friends, and her rich use of divine voice to empower her own expression. This is a new, exciting, and erudite study on one of the most influential female mystics.

Women And The Book Trade In Sixteenth Century France

Author : Susan Broomhall
ISBN : UOM:39015055454956
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Focusing on the vastly understudied area of how women participated in the book trades, not just as authors, but also as patrons, copyists, illuminators, publishers, editors and readers, Women and the Book Trade in Sixteenth-Century France foregrounds contributions made by women during a period of profound transformation in the modes and understanding of publication.Innovatively, Broomhall here broadens the concept of publication to include methods of scribal publication, through the circulation and presentation of manuscripts, and expands notions of authorship to incorporate a wide sample group of female writers and publishing experiences. The work presents the only checklist of all known women's writings in printed texts between 1488 and 1599.Women and the Book Trade in Sixteenth-Century France constitutes the most comprehensive assessment of women's contribution to contemporary publishing yet available. It is of interest not only to book historians and French historians, but also to a broad range of scholars who work with other European literatures and histories, and/or women's studies.

Cahiers De La Femme

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ISBN : UIUC:30112086650840
Genre : Feminism
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The English Woman S Journal

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ISBN : OXFORD:555018454
Genre : Women
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Some Jewish Women In Antiquity

Author : Meir Bar-Ilan
ISBN : UOM:39015043093288
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Sets out to characterize different types of Jewish women in Eretz- Israel over a period of more than a thousand years, from the biblical period to the time of the Mishna and Talmud, drawing on various biblical and talmudic texts. Contains chapters on heroines, women's literacy, keening women, prayers said by women, sorceresses, and prostitutes. Each chapter presents literary sources in chronological order, followed by discussion of social aspects of historical facts. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Empowering Collaborations

Author : Kimberley M. Benedict
ISBN : 9780415970594
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This study examines partnerships between medieval women and scribes. Kimberly Benedict argues that medieval female visionaries often play prominent roles in collaboration while their male amanuenses serves as supports and foils.

Women And The Book

Author : British Library
ISBN : 0802080693
Genre : History
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Concentrating on the pictorial evidence, these papers raise many complex and varied themes related to women's creation, use and patronage of books, and the representation of women in them.

Acta Poloniae Historica

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ISBN : NWU:35556038711495
Genre : Poland
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Creating Women Prehistory Through The Middle Ages

Author : Jean Gould Bryant
ISBN : 0137596227
Genre : Social Science
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Creating Women is a rich, interdisciplinary, two-volume anthology of primary source material examining women's participation in and contributions to western culture over the centuries. It documents prevalent concepts of the nature of women and women's roles and status in diverse cultures, geographic locations, and periods of western civilization. Narrative framework, biographical vignettes, and introductions to documents carefully place women and their achievements within the social context in which they lived and worked.

Women S Writing And The Circulation Of Ideas

Author : George L. Justice
ISBN : 0521808561
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This book examines the writing and manuscript publication of key authors from 1550 to 1800.

Women In Search Of Utopia

Author : Ruby Rohrlich
ISBN : STANFORD:36105039818484
Genre : Feminism
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Women In Ancient Egypt

Author : Gay Robins
ISBN : UOM:39015029877373
Genre : Egypt
File Size : 78. 50 MB
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perspective on one of world history's most exotic and familiar cultures.

Women S Roles In Ancient Civilizations

Author : Bella Vivante
ISBN : UVA:X004295342
Genre : Social Science
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Based on evidence of archeological finds, articles discuss how women actively participated in ancient societies in such diverse roles as priests, warriors, politicians, artists, and writers.

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