Christine de Pizan and the Categories of Difference
Places Christine de Pizan’s work in the context of larger discussions about medieval authorship, identity, and categories of difference. Here, contributors from the fields of history, literature, legal theory, art history, and medieval studies offer a truly interdisciplinary perspective on the Christine corpus. Contributors: Michel-André Bossy, Cynthia J. Brown, Mary Anne C. Case, Thelma Fenster, Mary Weitzel Gibbons, Monica H. Green, Judith L. Kellogg, Roberta Krueger, Deborah McGrady, Benjamin M. Semple, Charity Cannon Willard, and Diane Wolfthal.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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