8 edition of Medieval constructions in gender and identity found in the catalog.
2005 by Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Texts Studies in Tempe, Ariz .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Teodolinda Barolini.|
|Series||Medieval and renaissance texts and studies volume ;, 293, Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies (Series) ;, v. 293.|
|Contributions||Ferrante, Joan M., 1936-, Barolini, Teodolinda, 1951-|
|LC Classifications||PN671 .M376 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005027668|
Research Interests My dissertation, Gender, Affect, and Political Discourse in Medieval English, Irish, and Scandinavian Heroic Literature, focuses on the intersection of gender and affect in heroic texts such as Beowulf, Táin Bó Cúailnge, and the Poetic ng on so-called "negative" affects (Grief, Anger, Shame, and Fear), the book examines the ways that emotional experiences are. Constructions of Sexuality and Gender. General. WEB For this subject the People With A History: An Online Guide to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans* History; Legal Control of Sexuality. Justinian I: No [ CE] and Novel , [ C-a>. [At PWH] Includes texts of . Many consider a distinction between gender identity and sexual orientation to be very recent. The 19th century saw an erosion of the association between cross-dressing and sexual dissidence. If homoerotic desire is understood as “wanting to be the other sex” (as it is commonly portrayed in medieval literature) then there is no distinct.
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"Contributed by ten distinguished scholars, [ ] the essays in this volume address medieval constructions in gender and identity. Sharing an interest in women and identity formation, these essays range through time, covering the period from the tenth through the fifteenth century, and across languages, discussing sources in Latin, Italian, French, Occitan, English, and Hebrew.
Constructing Medieval Sexuality raises illuminating questions about the intersection between medieval history and modern theories of sexuality. The book's highlights include chapters by Dyan Elliott on clerical sexuality, Michael Camille on representing sex in manuscripts, Jane Burns on gender and clothing, and Steven Kruger on sex, race, and religion.
This collection is the first to be devoted entirely to medieval sexuality informed by current theories of sexuality and gender. It brings together essays from various disciplinary perspectives-literary, theological, philosophical, medical, historical, and art historical-to consider how the Middle Ages defined, regulated, and represented sexual practices and desires.
Transcending both academic disciplines and traditional categories of analysis, this collection illustrates the ways genders and sexualities could be constructed, subverted and transformed. Focusing on areas such as literature, hagiography, history, and art history, from the Anglo-Saxon period to the early sixteenth century, the contributors examine the ways men and women lived, negotiated.
Medieval Constructions in Gender and Identity: Essays in Honor of Joan M. Ferrante. Author: Barolini, Teodolinda (ed.).
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"The essays in this book together make it clearer than ever that gender is never monolithic. Beyond reminding us in sophisticated and illuminating ways of this basic insight, however, the studies included demonstrate not only the plurality of medieval and early modern masculinities but also, and more significantly, that at the center of this plurality is : Hardcover.
In considering queerness in conversation with race, class, gender, religion, politics, text, culture, and society, and posing questions relevant to both medieval and modern contexts and constructions of identity and difference, it challenges simplistic assumptions and offers crucial explorations and enlightenments into marginalized histories.
What is Feminae. Feminae: Medieval Women and Gender Index covers journal articles, book reviews, and essays in books about women, sexuality, and gender during the Middle Ages. Because of the explosion of research in Women's Studies during the past two decades, scholars and students interested in women during the Middle Ages find an ever-growing flood of publications.
The essays, uniting a diverse array of up-and-coming and established scholars, explore both iconographic and stylistic similarities deployed to construct gender identity. Medieval Irish texts reveal distinctive and unexpected constructions of gender. This book illuminates these ideas through its fresh and provocative re-readings of a wide range of texts, including saga, romance, legal texts, Fenian narrative, hagiography, and ecclesiastical verse.
Sex and Gender in Medieval and Renaissance Texts The Latin Tradition. Click on image to enlarge: The examination of women both as subjects and as rhetorical constructions in Medieval and Renaissance Latin literature sheds light on the larger dialogue about feminism occurring throughout the humanities.
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Gender, Ethnicity, and Identity in Late Antiquity: Women in the Early. Gender in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe, New York: Routledge,pp. isbn$ This edited volume provides an interesting reevaluation of the concept of gender largely tested by the less-well studied historical records of Scandinavia and Eastern Europe.
Its editors are specialists in these areas, as are many of the contributors who brought this material. Moreover, these different sources found responsible for identity constructions such as innate and natural physics, traditions, media of various kind and so on.
All the above mentioned perceptions and practices of child with respect to the gender, affect in one way or the other in school’s day- to-day activities. The social construction of gender is a theory in feminism and sociology about the manifestation of cultural origins, mechanisms, and corollaries of gender perception and expression in the context of interpersonal and group social interaction.
Specifically, the social construction of gender stipulates that gender roles are an achieved "status" in a social environment, which implicitly and.
Medieval Irish texts reveal distinctive and unexpected constructions of gender. Constructing Gender in Medieval Ireland illuminates these ideas through its fresh and provocative re-readings of a wide range of texts, including saga, romance, legal texts, Fenian narrative, hagiography, and ecclesiastical : Palgrave Macmillan US.
Jessica's Mother: Medieval Constructions of Jewish Race and Gender in The Merchant of Venice Article in Shakespeare Quarterly 58(1) March with 96 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Anglo-Saxon elves [Old English ælfe] are one of the best attested non-Christian beliefs in early medieval Europe, but current interpretations of the evidence derive directly from outdated nineteenth- and early twentieth-century scholarship.
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Examining the ways in which homosexuality disrupts generic and cultural expectations of heteronormativity, this book demonstrates that the introduction of the queer within medieval literature shatters the audience's expectations of textual pleasure and demands that they reconsider the effects of homosexuality on their constructions of sexual Brand: Palgrave Macmillan US.
Book Reviews on the nature of language and self-fashioning in the late medieval period, to demonstrate how women used their newly acquired literacy to find themselves in the pages of their reading. Medievalists, special-ists in women's history, and those working on historical constructions of gender will all find this book of great interest.
under construction somewhere between "sex" and "gender" or "pleasure" and "power" or "fate" and "identity"; and that we construct their sexual-ity as "medieval," itself a term of construction, of contempt and nostalgia.
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This very useful book situates the impact of gender within the context of the latest scholarship on these larger debates. The authors of these sixteen essays, covering Roman, Byzantine, Muslim, and “Germanic” societies, are more interested in what gender can tell us about the early Middle Ages than what the early Middle Ages can tell us Author: Ruth Mazo Karras.
Constructions of Feminine Identity in the Catholic Tradition examines the ways in which late classical medieval women’s writings serve as a means of emphasizing both faith and social identity within a distinctly Christian, and later Catholic, tradition, which remains a major part of the understanding of faith and the : “Medieval Masculinities is an exciting and timely volume which will establish new terms for the historicization of gender studies.
It brings together literary and historical methodologies to challenge universalist assumptions about hegemonic masculinity in the Middle Ages, to engage contemporary theories of gender and subjectivity, and to locate discursive constructions of sexuality in the.
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The essays in this volume are distinguished by a conceptual focus that goes beyo nd heteronormativity and by their. About once every generation, it becomes intellectually fashionable to believe that gender or gender identity is a malleable trait, largely devoid of biological imperatives and at the mercy of parental initiatives or other social forces.
Within time, these narratives meet an inevitable backlash from the natural sciences and the furor dies down, only to repeat itself twenty or so years later. We. The depiction of Hrabanus Maurus in figure 28 of In Honor of the Holy Cross exemplifies the major theme of Dark Age Bodies: the conception of the body in the early medieval enterprise of salvation.
The book's chief task is to reconstruct the gender ideology of clerical masculinity through an investigation of early medieval readings of the body.Elf-beliefs, moreover, were connected with Anglo-Saxon constructions of sex and gender; their changing nature provides a rare insight into a fascinating area of early medieval European culture.
Shortlisted for the Katharine Briggs Folklore Award ALARIC HALL is a fellow of the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies.Finalist for the Book Award for Excellence in the Study of Religion, textual studies category, presented by the American Academy of Religion Conceiving Identities explores how medieval Muslim theologians appropriate a woman’s reproductive power to construct a female gender identity in which maternity is a central component.