Feminist Readings of Early Modern Culture: Emerging Subjects
Valerie Traub, M. Lindsay Kaplan, Dympna Callaghan
Cambridge University Press, 10 oct. 1996 - 317 pages
How did the new developments of the Renaissance affect the way women were understood by men and the way they understood themselves? Addressing a wide range of issues across Renaissance culture--humanism, technology, science, anatomy, literacy, theater, domesticity, colonialism, and sex--this collection of essays attempts to answer that question. In doing so, the authors discover that the female subject of the Renaissance shares a surprising amount of conceptual territory with her postmodern counterpart.
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