Early modern women in the low countries

feminizing sources and interpretations of the past
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Ashgate Pub. , Burlington, Vt
Statementby Susan Broomhall and Jennifer Spinks
SeriesWomen and gender in the early modern world
ContributionsSpinks, Jennifer
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LC ClassificationsHQ1149.B425 B76 2010
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Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL24384238M
ISBN 139780754667421
LC Control Number2010037647
OCLC/WorldCa664259177

Combining historical, historiographical, museological, and touristic analysis, this study investigates how late medieval and early modern women of the Low Countries expressed themselves through texts, art, architecture and material objects, how they were represented by contemporaries, Early modern women in the low countries book how they have been interpreted in modern academic and popular :// Combining historical, historiographical, museological, and touristic analysis, this study investigates how late medieval and early modern women of the Low Countries expressed themselves through texts, art, architecture and material objects, how they were represented by contemporaries, and how they have been interpreted in modern academica and popular :// Book Review of "Early Modern Women in the Low Countries: Feminizing Sources and Interpretations of the Past.

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PB - Ashgate Publishing Limited. CY - Farnham Combining historical, historiographical, museological, and touristic analysis, this study investigates how late medieval and early modern women of the Low Countries expressed themselves through texts, art, architecture and material objects, how they were represented by contemporaries, and how they have been interpreted in modern academic and "Women and Gender in the Early Modern Low Countries, " published on 18 Apr by :// This timely study analyses the seventeenth-century revival of monasticism by English women who founded convents in France and the Low Countries.

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