Refiguring Woman: Perspectives on Gender and the Italian Renaissance
Refiguring Woman reassesses the significance of gender in what has been considered the bastion of gender-neutral humanist thought, the Italian Renaissance. It brings together eleven new essays that investigate key topics concerning the hermeneutics and political economy of gender and the relationship between gender and the Renaissance canon. Taken together, they call into question a host of assumptions about the period, revealing the implicit and explicit misogyny underlying many Renaissance social and discursive practices.
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SelfPresentation by Young Women
Folengo and the Gaping
Patriarchal Ideology in the Renaissance Iconography
The Visual Language of Gender in SixteenthCentury
A Feminist Use of Paleography
Funerals and the Politics of Gender in Early
in Late Renaissance Rome
Economy Woman and Renaissance Discourse
A Feminist Perspective
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