Medieval Feminist Forum Bibliography

Winter 2007




Amer, Sahar. “Queer Mediterranean: Queer sexualities in th emedieval Arab-Islamic world,” in
            Religion, gender, and culture in the pre-modern world, edited by Alexandra Cuffel and
            Brian Britt. Religion/culture/critique. Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.


Bell, David. “What nuns read: the state of the question,” in The culture of medieval English
            monasticism, edited by James G. Clark. Studies in the history of medieval religion;
            v. 30. Boydell, 2007.


Beresford, Andrew M. The legends of the holy harlots: Thaïs and Pelagia in medieval Spanish
            literature. Colección Támesis serie A: Monografías; 238. Tamesis, 2007.


Catherine of Siena. The letters of Catherine of Siena, translated with introduction and notes
            by Suzanne Noffke, 2nd ed., vol. III. Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies; 329.
            Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2007.


Chance, Jane. The literary subversions of medieval women. The New Middle Ages. Palgrave
            Macmillan, 2007.


Collett, Barry. “Holy expectations: the female monastic vocation in the Diocese of Winchester
            on the eve of the Reformation,” in The culture of medieval English monasticism.


Crocker, Holly A. Chaucer’s visions of manhood. The new Middle Ages. Palgrave Macmillan,


Erler, Mary C. “Private reading in the fifteenth- and sixteenth-century English nunnery,” in
            The culture of medieval English monasticism.


The erotic in the literature of medieval Britain, edited by Amanda Hopkins and Cory James
            Rushton. D.S. Brewer, 2007.


            Cory J. Rushton and Amanda Hopkins, “Introduction: the revel, the melodye and
            the bisynesse of solas”; Sue Niebrzydowski, “’So wel koude he me glose’: the
            Wife of Bath and the eroticism of touch”; Cory J. Ruston, “The lady’s man: Gawain
            as lover in Middle English literatur”; Corinne Saunders, “Erotic magic: the
            enchantress in Middle English romance”; Amanda Hopkins, “’wordy vnthur wede’:
            clothing, nakedness and the erotic in some romances of medieval Britain”; Robert
            Allen Rouse, “’Some like it hot’: the medieval eroticism of heat”; Margaret Robson,
            “How’s your father? Sex and the adolescent girl in Sir Degarré”; Anthony Bale,
            “The female ‘Jewish’ libido in medieval culture”; Michael Cichon, “Eros and error:
            gross sexual transgression in the Fourth Branch of the Mabinogi”; Thomas H.
            Crofts, “Perverse and contrary deeds: the Giant of Mont Saint Michel and the
            alliterative Morte Arthure”; Kristina Hildebrand, “Her desire and his: letters
            between fifteenth-century lovers”; Simon Meecham-Jones, “Sex in the sight of
            god: theology and teh erotic in Peter of Blois’ ‘Grates ago venari’”; Jane Bliss,
            “A fine and private place”; Alex Davis, “Erotic historiography: writing the self
            and history in twelfth-century romance and the Renaissance.”


Fitzgerald, Christina M. The drama of masculinity and medieval English guild culture.
            The new Middle Ages. Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.


Gómez, Amalia. Urraca, señora de Zamora. Editorial Almuzara, 2007.


Grell, Chantal. “Deux reines face au tribunal de l’histoire: les procès de Brunehaut et de
            Frédégonde,” in Les procès politiques (XIVe-XVIIe siècle), études rèunies par Yves-Marie
            Bercé. Collection de l’École française de Rome; 375. École française de Rome, 2007.


Henn, Ernst. Cornberg: Schicksal einer Frauengemeinschaft 1230-1526. [Norderstedt]
            Books on Demand, 2006.


Marnetté-Kühl. “Vom Abt zum Konvent. Eine Etappe in der Geschichte des Ordenssigels,” in
            Das Siegel: Gebrauch und Bedeutung, Gabriels Signori, hrsg. Wissenschaftliche
            Buchgesellschaft, 2007.


Pattison, David G. “The role of women in some medieval Spanish epic and chronicle tales,”
            in The place of argument: essays in honour of Nicholas G. Round, edited by Rhian
            Davies & Anny Brooksbank Jones. Monografías. Tamesis, 2007.


Räsänen, Elina. “Agency of two ladies: Wellborne qvinna Lucia Olofsotter and veneration of
            Saint Anne in the Turku diocese,” in Les élites nordiques et l’Europe occidentale,
            (XIIe-XVe siècle): Actes de la rencontre franco-nordique organisée à Paris, 9-10 juin

            2005, dir. de Tuomas M.S. Lehtonen et Élisabeth Mornet. Histoire ancienne et
            médiévale; 94. Publications de la Sorbonne, 2007.


Resnick, Irven and Kitchell, Kenneth F., Jr. “’The sweepings of Lamia’: transformations of the myths
            of Lilith and Lamia in Christian anti-Jewish polemic,” in Religion, gender, and culture in the
            pre-modern world.


Ringrose, Kathryn. “Eunuchs and Amazons: exploring gender diversity in Byzantium,” in Religion,
            gender, and culture in the pre-modern world.


Ríos de la Llave, Rita. Mujeres de clausur en la Castilla medieval: el Monasterio de Santo
            Domingo de Caleruega [Burgos].  Monografías/Universidad de Alcalá; 16. Universidad de
            Alcalá, Servicio de Publicaciones, 2007.


Stieldorf, Andrea. “Adelige Frauen und Bürgerinnen im Siegelbild,” in Das Siegel.


Stroccia, Sharon T. “When the bishop married the abbess: masculinity and power in Florentine
            episcopal entry rites, 1300-1600.” Gender & History 19:2 (2007), 346-368.


Vahl, Wolfhard. “Alters- und geschlechtsspezifische Siegelführung,” in Das Siegel.


Women and medieval epic: gender, genre, and the limits of epic masculinity, edited by Sara S.
            Poor and Jana K. Schulman. The new Middle Ages. Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.


            Sara S. Poor and Jana K. Schulman, “Introduction”; Christine Chism, “Winning women

            in two Middle English Alexander poems”; Sarah-Grace Heller, “Surpisingly historical

            women in the Old French crusade cycle”; Dick Davis, “Women in the Shahnameh:

            Exotics and natives, rebellious legends, and dutiful histories”; Thomas Caldin, “Women

            characters and the limits of patriarchy in the Poema de mio Cid and Mocedades de

            Rodrigo”; Kate Olson, “What Hrotsvit did to Virgil: expanding the boundaries of the

            classical epic in tenth-century Ottonian Saxony”; Lisabeth C. Buchelt, “All about Eve:

            memory and re-collection in Junius 11’s epic poems Genesis and Christ and Satan”;

            William Burgwinkle, “Ethical acts and annihilaiton: feminine heroics in Girart de

            Rousillon”; William Layher, “Caught between worlds: gendering the maiden

            warrior in Old Norse”; Jana K. Schulman, “’A guest is in the hall: women, feasts,

            and violence in Icelandic epic”; Kaaren Grimstad and Ray M. Wakefield, “Monstrous

            mates: the leading ladies of the Nibelungenlied and Völsunga saga”; Kathryn Starkey,

            “Performative emotion and the politics of gender in the Nibelungenlied.”