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note on Hildegard's texts in the Library of the Austin Friars
in York," 63-64; Angela Carlevaris, "Ildegarda e la
patristica," 65-80; Robert Murray, "Prophecy in Hildegard,"
81-88; Constant J. Mews, "Hildegard and the schools," 89110;
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stars," 111-120; Danielle Jacquart, "Hildegarde et la
physiologie de son temps," 121-134; Laurence Moulinier, "Abesse
et agronome: Hildegarde et le savoir botanique de son temps,"
135-156; Walter Berschin, "Eine Offiziendichtung in der
Symphonia": Hildegards von Bingen, Ursula und die
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musical individuality of Hildegard's songs: a liturgical
shadowland," 163-188; Barbara Newman, "Three-part invention:
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held at the Bischöfliches Dom- und Diözesanmuseum
Mainz including short essays by : Ines Koring, "Hildegard von
Bingen 1098-1179," 2-24; Helmut Hinkel, "Hildegard von Bingen:
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Jahrhundert," 178-181; Scholastika Steinle OSB, "Visio bei
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- Renaissance culture and the
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modern Florence," 115-138; Shannon Miller, "Constructing the
female self: architectural structures in Mary Wroth's
Urania," 139-161; Richard Helgerson, "The buck basket,
the witch and the Queen of Faries: the women's world of
Shakespeare's Windsor," 162-182; Lena Cowen Orlin, "Three ways
to be invisible in the Renaissance: sex, reputation, and
stitchery," 183-203; Frances E. Dolan, "Household
chastisements: gender, authority, and 'domestic violence',"
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the prostitute and the marketplace in seventeenth-century
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feminist scholar's eveyday relation to the Florentine past,"
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and a hermeneutics of advocacy," 299-314; Juliet Fleming,
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