5 edition of Gender in the Early Medieval World found in the catalog.
Gender in the Early Medieval World
December 20, 2004
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Leslie Brubaker (Editor), Julia M. H. Smith (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||346|
About this Book Drawing on the expertise of 26 distinguished scholars, this important volume covers the major issues in the study of medieval Europe, highlighting the significant impact the time period had on cultural forms and institutions central to European identity. World Book Online is an engaging, verified, and trustworthy digital resource for grades pre-K through high school. Become a World Book Insider. Stay up to speed on all we have to offer-plus activities, crafts, and blogs for parents and educators in our newsletter.
Analyzes a wide variety of medieval and early-modern media, including manuscripts, prints, paintings, metalwork, textiles and funerary sculpture Contextualizes medieval construction of gender identity within the concept of Otherness Contributes significantly to the fields of art history, medieval. A collection in which a group of leading historians of medieval Europe apply a gendered analysis to a series of questions ranging from the transformation of the Roman world and the Christian challenge to late antique masculinity, through canon law and Byzantine coinage to the childhood of medieval visionaries.3/5(1).
Men and the Breach of Promise in Early Modern Swedish Legislation Mari Valimaki; Personalizing Homosexuality and Masculinity in Early Modern Russia Marianna Muravyeva. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary This project is an attempt to challenge the canonical gender concept while trying to specify what gender was in the medieval and early. The following contribution is from Allyson Poska and Abby Zanger, editors of the Women and Gender in the Early Modern World series. We are very excited about our new partnership with the University of Nebraska Press and the opportunity it provides to continue publishing the highest quality and most innovative research on early modern women and gender.
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This book uses gender analysis to study power and culture between c. and It examines the women, men and eunuchs who lived in the late Roman, Byzantine, Islamic and western European civilisations, and assesses the ways in which gender identity was established and manifested in written and material cultural by: Gender in the Early Medieval World: East and West, Using gender analysis to study power and culture between c.
andthis study examines the women, men and eunuchs who lived in the late Roman, Byzantine, Islamic and western European civilizations/5. Gender in the Early Medieval World: East and West, brings the two together by addressing the period of late antiquity with the methodology of gender studies.
For this double hinterland let us first turn our attention to the period in : $ Alexandra Cuffel, Macalester College 'Gender in the Early Medieval World brings together a collection of sixteen essays that place gender at the centre of discussions about politics, economics, religious practices, family and life rituals, in addition to more obvious gender questions about individual identity/5(11).
Gender analysis is one of the most probing ways to understand both power and cultural strategies in pre-industrial societies. In this book, sixteen scholars on the cutting edges of their disciplines explore the ideas and expressions of gender that characterised the centuries from c to in milieux ranging from York to Baghdad, via Rome and Constantinople/5(2).
gender in the early medieval world Gender analysis is one of the most probing ways to understand both power and cultural strategies in pre-industrial societies. In this book, sixteen scholars on the cutting edge of their disciplines explore the ideas and expressions of gender that characterised the centuries from c.
to in milieux ranging from York to Baghdad, via. Gender in the Early Medieval World: East and West,edited by Leslie Brubaker and Julia M. Smith. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, xi, pp. $ US (paper). If the paucity of sources has made writing the history of the early Middle Ages a difficult undertaking, then it has made charting the history of gender during.
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About Gender in Medieval Culture. Gender in Medieval Culture provides a detailed examination of medieval society's views on both gender and sexuality, and shows how they are inextricably linked. Sex roles were clearly defined in the medieval world although there were exceptions to the rules, and this book examines both the commonplace world view and.
'Gender in the Early Medieval World brings together a collection of sixteen essays that place gender at the centre of discussions about politics, economics, religious practices, family and life rituals, in addition to more obvious gender questions about individual : Leslie Brubaker.
Amazing book, I used it a lot during my Patriarchy, Sex, and Gender in Early Modern Europe course. Wiesner-Hanks is nothing short of astounding with the way she relates the nuances of gender and the feminine experience in this historical period, highly recommended.4/5.
Introduction: Gendering the early medieval world / Julia M.H. Smith Gender and ethnicity in the early Middle Ages / Walter Pohl Clothes maketh the man: power dressing and elite masculinity in the later Roman world / Mary Harlow.
This collection supplies tools to examine more completely the construction and application of gender in both Latin and vernacular texts of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
"Without question, the topic of this book is significant, the treatment overdue. The word that comes to mind about this book is 'exciting.'. Nothing less than a rethinking of what we mean when we talk about "men" and "women" of the medieval period, this volume demonstrates how the idea of gender -- in the Middle Ages no less than now -- intersected in subtle and complex ways with other categories of difference.
Responding to the insights of postcolonial and feminist theory, the authors show that medieval 4/5(2). Julia M.H. Smith, "Women at the Tomb: Access to Relic Shrines in the Early Middle Ages’, in Kathleen Mitchell and Ian Wood (eds), The World of Gregory of Tours (Brill, ), pp.
Judith Herrin, ‘The Icon Corner in Medieval Byzantium’, in Anneke Mulder-Bakker and Jocelyn Wogan-Browne (eds), Household, Women and Christianities.
Brubaker, L. and Smith, J. M.H. (Eds.) () Gender in the Early Medieval World: East and West, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. ISBN Full text not currently available from Enlighten. |a Introduction: Gendering the early medieval world / Julia M.H. Smith -- Gender and ethnicity in the early Middle Ages / Walter Pohl -- Clothes maketh the man: power dressing and elite masculinity in the later Roman world / Mary Harlow -- Social transformation, gender transformation.
The court eunuch, / Shaun Tougher -- Sex, lies and. From attitudes to original sin to the roles of wives, mothers and nuns, Dr Alixe Bovey examines the role of women in medieval society. An illustration of Christine de Pizan writing in her study, from The Book of the Queen (Harley MSf.
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