Bothwell, James, "The management of position: Alice Perrers, Edward III, and the creation of a landed estate, 1362-1377," Journal of Medieval History 24 (1998), 31-51.
Christine de Pizan and the categories of difference, edited by Marilynn Desmond (University Minnesota Press, 1998).
Contents: Marilynn Desmond, "Introduction: from book-lined cell to cyborg hermeneutics," ix-xix; Charity Cannon Willard, "Christine de Pizan on the art of warfare," 3-15; Roberta Krueger, "Christine's anxious lessons: gender, morality, and the social order from the Ensignements to the Avison," 16-40; Diane Wolfthal, "'Douleur sur toutes autres': revisualizing the rape script in the Epistre Othea and the Cité des dames," 41-70; Mary Anne C. Case, "Christine de Pizan and the authority of experience," 71-87; Thelma Fenster, "'Perdre son latin': Christine de Pizan and vernacular humanism," 91-107; Benjamin M. Semple, "The critique of knowledge as power: the limits of philosophy and theology in Christine de Pizan," 108-127; Mary Weitzel Gibbons, "The bath of the muses and visual allegory in the Chemin de long estude," 128-145; Monica H. Green, "'Traittié tout de mençonges': the Sécres des dames, 'Trotula,' and attitudes toward women's medicine in fourteenth- and fifteenth-century France," 146-178; Judith L. Kellogg, "Transforming Ovid: the metamorphosis of female authority," 181-194; Deborah McGrady, "What is a patron? benefactors and authorship in Harley 4431, Christine de Pizan's collected works," 195-214; Cynthia J. Brown, "The reconstruction of an author in print: Christine de Pizan in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries," 215-235; Michel-André Bossy, "Arms and the bride: Christine de Pizan's military treatise as a wedding gift for Margaret of Anjou," 256; bibliography of primary and secondary works cited, 257-277.
Dekker, Rudolf Michel, "Women in the medieval and early modern Netherlands," Journal of Women' s History 10 (Summer 1998), 165-188.
Delany, Sheila, Impolitic bodies: poetry, saints, and society in fifteenth-century England: the work of Osbern Bokenham (Oxford, 1998).
Dockray-Miller, "Beowulf's tears of fatherhood," Exemplaria 10 (Spring 1998), 1-28.
Gendering German Studies: new perspectives on German literature and culture, edited by Margaret Littler (Blackwell, 1997; essays also published in special women's studies issue of German Life and Letters, 50:4).
Partial contents: Helen Watanabe-O'Kelly, "What difference does feminism make to the sturdy of German literature?", 2-11; Maria Sherwood-Smith, "God and gynaecology: women's secrets in the Dutch Historiebijbel van 1360," 12-24; Ulrike Zitzlsperger, "Narren, Schelme und Fraun: zum Verhähtnis von Narrentum und Weiblichkeit in der Literature des Spätmittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit," 25-38.
Glenn, Cheryl, Rhetoric retold: regendering the traditon from antiquity through the Renaissance (Southern Illinois University Press, 1997.
Hildegard of Bingen: a book of essays, edited by Maud Burnett McInerney, Garland Medieval Casebooks, v. 20/Garland reference library of the humanities, v. 2037 (Garland Publishing, 1998).
Contents: Maud Bennett McInerney, "Introduction: Hildegard of Bingen, prophet and polymath," xvii-xxvii; Beverlee Sian Rapp, "A woman speaks: language and self-representation in Hilldegard's letters," 3-24; Kenneth F. Kitchell and Irven M. Resnick, "Hildegard as a medieval 'zoologist': the animals of the Physica," 25-52; Marcia Kathleen Chamberlain, "Hildegard of Bingen's Causes and Cures: a radical feminist response to the doctor-cook binary," 53-73; Maud Bennett McInerney, "Like a virgin: the problem of male virginity in the Symphonia," 133-154; Kathryn L. Bumpass, "A music reading of Hildegard's responsory 'Spiritui Sancto," 155-173; Leonard P. Hinsley, "Rhenish confluences: Hildegard and the fourteenth-century Dominicans," 177-190; Christine M. Rose, "The Jewish mother-in-law: synagoga and the Man of Law's Tale," 191-226; Frederick S. Roden, "Two 'sisters in wisdom': Hildegard of Bingen, Christina Rossetti, and feminist theology," 227-253.
Hala, James, "The parturition of poetry and the birthing of culture: the Ides Agloecwif and Beowulf," Exemplaria 10 (Spring 1998), 29-50.
Hopwood, Keith, "Byzantine princesses and lustful Turks," in Rape in antiquity, edited by Susan Deacy and Karen F. Pierce (Swansea: Classical Press/Duckworth, 1997), 231242.
Howell, Margaret, Eleanor of Provence: queenship in thirteenth-century England (Blackwell, 1998).
Hrotsvitha, Hrotsvit of Gandersheim: a florilegium of her works, translation with introduction, interpretive essay and notes by Katharina Wilson, Library of Medieval Women (D.S. Brewer, 1998).
The Icelandic legend of Saint Dorothy, edited by Kirsten Wolf, Studies and Texts 130 (Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 1997).
Jewers, Caroline, "Reading and righting: issues of value and gender in early women poets," Exemplaria 10 (Spring 1998), 97-121.
King, Catherine E., Renaissance women patrons: wives and widows in Italy c. 1300-1500 (Manchester University Press, 1998.
Kitchen, John, Saints' lives and the rhetoric of gender: male and female in Merovingian hagiography (Oxford University Press, 1998).
Knott, Gordon, "The Sowdone of Babylone and the ten thousand women: an early case of ethnic cleansing?" in Reading around the epic: a Festschrift in honour of Professor Wolfgang van Emden, edited by Marianne Ailes, Philip E. Bennett and Karen Pratt, King's College London Medieval Studies (King's College London, Centre for Late Antique & Medieval Studies, 1998), 313-325.
Lionarons, Joyce Tally, "Cultural syncretism and the construction of gender in Cynewulf's Elene, " Exemplaria 10 (Spring 1998), 51-68.
Lustgarten und Dämonenpein: Konzepte von Weiblichkeit in Mittelalter und früher Neuzeit, edited by Annette Kuhn and Bea Lundt (Edition Ebersbach, 1997).
Contents: Hans-Werner Goetz, "Frauen im Früh- und Hochmittelalter: Ergebnisse der Forschung", 21-28; Gabriela Signori, "Frauengeschichte/Geschlectergeschichte/Sozialgeschichte: Forschungsfelder--Forschungslücken: eine bibliographische Annäherung an das späte Mittelalter", 29-53; Uta C. Schmidt, "'. . . que begine appellantur', oder; Die Beginen als Frauenfrage in der Geschichtsschreibung", 54-77; Helma Reimöller, "Ökonomik, Kleidung und Geschlecht: Ein stadtbürgerlicher Beitrag zum Haushaltsdiskurs im Spätmittelalter", 81-108; Roswitha Rogge, "Ehefrauen und ihre'zeitlichen Güter' zwischen Selbst- und Fremdbestimmung im spätmittelalterlichen Hamburg", 109-129; Britta-Juliane Kruse, "'Das ain fraw snell genes'--Frauenmedizin im Spätmittelalter", 130-153; Gerlinde Volland, "'O du grünende Lebenskraft . . .': Frauen und Gärten in Mittelalter und früher Neuzeit", 154-188; Annette Kuhn, "'Nun weilt die unvergleichliche Herrscherin unter uns, ob das nun den männlichen Schandmäulern passen mag oder nicht': Der weibliche Blick auf eine andere Struktur der Moderne", 191-211; Sylvia Nagel, "Weiblichkeit in Miniatur und Text bei Christine de Pizan: traditionelle und dekonstruktive Elemente als Bestandteile weiblichen Schreibens im späten Mittelalter?", 212-239; Christine Ruhrberg, "Verkörperte Theologie: zum 'Leben' der Christina von Stommeln", 240-262; Daniela Müller, "'So angeln sie sich die Weiber und fangen sie in ihrem Irrtum ein': Katharerinen im Rheinland", 263-282; Bea Lundt, "'Der phaff der gefellet mir': Außereheliche Lust und List von Frauen im 15. Jahrhundert am Beispiel von drei Erzählungen des Hans von Bühel:, 285-312; Silke Tammen, "'Einer Frau gestatte ich nicht, daß sie lehre': Zur Inszenierung der weiblichen Stimme in der spätmittelalterlichen Kunst am Beispiel heiliger Frauen", 313-342; Daniela Hammer-Tugendhat, "Judith und ihre Schwestern: Konstanze und Veränderung von Weiblichkeitsbildern", 343-385.
Marriage in Italy, 1300-1650, edited by Trevor Dean and K.J.P. Lowe (Cambridge University Press, 1998).
Contents: Trevor Dean and Kate Lowe, "Introduction: issues in the history of marriage"; Patricia Allerton, "Wedding finery in sixteenth-century Venice"; Kate Lowe, "Secular brides and convent brides: wedding ceremonies in Italy during the Renaissance and Counter-Reformation"; Jacqueline Musacchio, "The rape of the Sabine women on Quattrocento marriage-panels"; Trevor Dean, "Fathers and daughters: marriage laws and marriage disputes in Bologna and Italy, 1200-1500"; David d'Avray, "Marriage ceremonies and the church in Italy after 1215"; Piet van Boxel, "Dowry and the conversion of the Jews in sixteenth-century Rome: competition between the church and the Jewish community"; Stanley Chojnacki, "Nobility, women and the state: marriage regulation in Venice, 1420-1535"; Gerard Delille, "Marriage, faction and conflict in sixteenth-century Italy: an example and a few questions"; Samuel Kline Cohn, Jr., "Marriage in the mountains: the Florentine territorial state, 1348-1500"; Irene Fosi and Maria Antonietta Visceglia, "Marriage and politics at the papal court in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries"; Stephen Kolsky, "Bending the rules: marriage in Renaissance collections of biographies of famous women"; Linda Guzzetti, "Separations and separated couples in fourteenth-century Venice"; Giulia Calvi, "Reconstructing the family: widowhood and remarriage in Tuscany in the early modern period".
McKee, Sally, "Women under Venetian colonial rule in the early Renaissance: observations on their economic actiivities," Renaissance Quarterly 51 (1998), 34-67.
Medieval purity and piety: essays on medieval clerical celibacy and religious reform, edited by Micahel Frassetto, Garland medieval casebooks: v. 19/Garland reference library of the humanities: 2006 (Garland, 1998).
Contents:Michael Frassetto, "Introduction," ix-xvii; Edward Peters, "History, historians and clerical celibacy," 3-21; Paul Beaudette, "'In the world but not of it': clerical celibacy as a symbol of the medieval church," 23-46; Mayke de Jong, "Imitatio morum: the cloister and clerical purity in the Carolingian world," 49-80; Phyllis G. Jestice, "Why celibacy? Odo of Cluny and the development of a new sexual morality," 81-115; Elizabeth Dachowski "Tertius est optimus: marriage, continence, and virginity in the politics of late tenth- and early eleventh-century Francia," 117-129; Michael Frassetto, "Heresy, celibacy, and reform in the sermons of Ademar of Chabannes," 131-148; David C. Van Meter, "Eschatological order and the moral arguments for clerical celibacy in Francia around the year 1000," 149-175; R.I. Moore, "Property, marriage, and the 11th-century revolution: a context for early medieval communism," 179-208; Megan McLaughlin, "The bishop as bridegroom: marital imagery and clerical celibacy in the 11th and early 12th centuries," 209-237; Uta-Renate Blumenthal, "Pope Gregory VII and the prohibition of nicolaitism," 239-267; H.E.J. Cowdrey, "Pope Gregory VII and the chastity of the clergy," 269-302; Maureen C. Miller, "Clerical identity and reform: notarial descriptions of the secular clergy in the Po valley, 750-1200," 305-335; Francis G. Gentry, "Owe armiu phaffheite: Heinrich's von Melk views on clerical life," 337-352; Jane Tibbetts Schulenburg, "Gender, celibacy, and proscriptions of sacred space: symbol and practice," 353-376; Daniel F. Callahan, "Ecclesia semper reformanda: clerical celibacy and reform in the church," 377-388.
Morse, Ruth, The medieval Medea (Boydell & Brewer, 1996).
Newman, Barbara, "Possessed by the spirit: devout women, demoniacs, and the apostolic life in the thirteenth century," Speculum 73 (July 1998), 733-770.
Saunders, Corinne J., "Classical paradigms of rape in the Middle Ages: Chaucer's Lucretia and Philomela," in Rape in antiquity, edited by Susan Deacy and Karen F. Pierce (Swansea: Classical Press/Duckworth, 1997), 243-266.
Schnell, Rudiger, "The discourse on marriage in the Middle Ages," Speculum 73 (July 1998), 771-786,
Schulenburg, Jane Tibbetts, Forgetful of their sex: female sanctity and society, ca. 500-1100 (University of Chicago Press, 1998).
Sinclair, Finn E., "Reproductive frameworks: maternal significance in Berte as grans pies," in Reading around the epic: a Festschrift in honour of Professor Wolfgang van Emden, edited by Marianne Ailes, Philip E. Bennett and Karen Pratt, King's College London Medieval Studies (King's College London, Centre for Late Antique & Medieval Studies, 1998), 269-294.
Solomon, Michael, The literature of misogyny in medieval Spain: the Arcipreste de Talavera and the Spill , Cambridge Studies in Latin American and Iberian Literature (Cambridge University Press, 1998.
Thomas, Alfred, Anne's Bohemia: Czech literature and society, 1310-1420 (University of Minnesota Press, 1998).
The tongue of the fathers: gender and ideology in twelfth-century Latin, edited by David Townsend and Andrew Taylor (University of Pennsylvania Press, 1998).
Contents: David Townsend and Andrew Taylor, "Introduction," 1-13; Andrew Taylor, "A second Ajax: Peter Abelard and the violence of dialectic," 14-34; Marilynn Desmond, "Dominus/Ancilla: rhetorical subjectivity and sexual violence in the letters of Heloise," 35-54; Alcuin Blamires, "Caput a femina, membra a viris: gender polemic in Abelard's letter 'On the authority and dignity of the nun's profession'," 55-79; Claire Fanger, "The formative feminine and the immobility of God: gender and cosmogony in Bernard Silvestris's Cosmographia," 80-101; Joan Ferrante, "Scribe quae vides et audis: Hildegard, her language, and her secretaries," 102-135; David Townsend, "Sex and the single amazon in twelfth-century Latin epic," 136-155; Bruce Holsinger, "The color of salvation: desire, death, and the second crusade in Bernard of Clairvaux's Sermons on the Song of Songs," 156-186.
Women in the medieval Islamic world: power, patronage, and piety, edited by Gavin R.G. Hambly, New Middle Ages, vol. 6 (St. Martin's, 1998).
Contents: Gavin R.G. Hambly, "Introduction: Becoming visible: medieval Islamic women in historiography and history," 3-27; Jenny Rose, Three queens, two wives, and a goddess: roles and images of women in Sasanian Iran," 29-54; Richard N. Frye, "Women in pre-Islamic Central Asia: the Khatun of Bukhara," 55-68; David Pinault, "Zaynab Bint 'Ali and the place of the women of the households of the first imams in Shi'ite devotional literature," 69-98; Remke Kruk, "The bold and the beautiful: women and 'fitna' in the 'Sirat Dhat Al-Himma': the story of Nura," 99-116; Farhad Daftary, "Sayyida Hurra: the Isma'ili Sulayhid queen of Yemen," 117-130; Olga M. Davidson, "Women lamentations as protest in the 'Shahnama'," 131-146; Geoffrey Lewis, "Heroines and others in the heroic age of the Turks," 147-160; Marina Tolmacheva, "Female piety and patronage in the medieval 'Hajj'," 161-179; Peter Jackson, "Sultan Radiyya Bint Iltutmish," 181-197 ; Priscilla P. Soucek, "Timurid women: a cultural perspective," 199-226; Carl F. Petry, "Conjugal rights versus class prerogatives: a divorce case in Mamluk Cairo," 227-240; Yvonne J. Seng, "Invisible women: residents of early sixteenth-century Istanbul," 241-268; Leslie Peirce, "'She is trouble . . . and I will divorce her': orality, honor, and representation in the Ottoman court of 'Aintab," 269-300; Fariba Zarinebaf-Shahr, "Women and the public eye in eighteenth-century Istanbul," 301-324; Maria Szuppe, "The 'jewels of wonder': learned ladies and princes politicians in the provinces of early Safavid Iran," 325-347; Kathryn Babayan, "The 'Aqa'id Al-Nisa': a glimpse at Safavid women in local Isfahani culture," 349-381; Ronald W. Ferrier, "Women in Safavid Iran: the evidence of European travelers," 383-406; Stephen P. Blake, "Contributors to the urban landscape: women builders in Safavid Isfahan and Mughal Shahjahanabad," 407-428; Gavin R.G. Hambly, "Armed women retainers in the zenanas of Indo-Muslim rulers: the case of Bibi Fatima,"429-467; Gregory C. Kozlowski, "Private lives and public piety: women and the practice of Islam in Mughal India," 469-488; Michael H. Fisher, "Women and the feminine in the court and high culture of Awadh, 1722-1856," 489-519; Richard B. Barnett, "Embattled begams: women as power brokers in early modern India," 521-536; Idris Salim al-Hasan and Neil McHugh, "Sitt Nasra Bint 'Adlan: a Sudanese noblewoman in history and traditon," 537-549.