Feminism and Renaissance studies
This collection brings together essays by well-known feminist scholars from the wide range of disciplines that make up Renaissance Studies. It forms an accessible introduction to the ways in which feminism has replaced the universal, abstract 'Renaissance Man' of traditional scholarship with strategies for the analysis of the conceptual work of gender in the formation of European modernity.
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Complete Writings: Letterbook, Dialogue on Adam and Eve, Orations
Limited preview - 2007