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  • Els Kloek, Nicole Teeuwen, Marijke Huisman,Women of the Golden Age
  • Els Kloek, Nicole Teeuwen, Marijke Huisman,Women of the Golden Age
Els Kloek, Nicole Teeuwen, Marijke Huisman,Women of the Golden Age
Women of the Golden Age
An international debate on women in seventeenth-century Holland, England and Italy
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Co-auteurs: Nicole Teeuwen en Marijke Huisman (red.)

Contents: Els Kloek, Introduction;
I: Images of seventeenth-century women: A.Agnes Sneller, Reading Jacob Cats;
A.Th. van Deursen, Jacob Cats and the married woman. A response ro Agnes Sneller;
Lia van Gemert, The power of the weaker vessels: Simon Schama and Johan van Beverwijck on women;
Marijke Spies, Not every contradiction is a contradiction. A response to Lia van Gemert;
Giesela van Oostveen, It takes all sorts to make a world. Sex and gender in Bredero's Farce of the Miller;
Maria-Theresia Leuker, Women's sphere and honour: the retorical realism of Bredero's farces. A response to Giesela van OostveenII: A social and cultural approach of women's lives: Lotte C. van de Pol, The lure of the big city. Female migration to Amsterdam;
Jan Lucassen, Female migrations to Amsterdam. A response to Lotte van de Pol;
Marybeth Carlson, A Trojan horse of wordliness? Maidservants in the burgher household in Rotterdam at the end of the seventeenth century;
Rudolf Dekker, Maid servants in the Dutch Republic: sources and comparative perspectives. A response to Marybeth Carlson;
Heidi de Mare, A rule worth following in architecture? The significance of gender classification in Simon Stevin's architectural treatise (1548-1620);
Brita Rang, Space and position in space (and time) - Simon Stevin's concept of housing. A response to Heidi de Mare;
Anne Laurence, How free were English women in the seventeenth century? Mary Prior, Freedom and autonomy in England and the Netherlands: women's lives and experience in the seventeenth century. A response to Anne LaurenceIII: Transgressing gender codes: Mirjam de Baar, Transgressing gender codes. Anna Maria van Schuurman and Antoinette Bourignon as contrasting examples;
Helen Wilcox, 'A Monstrous Shape': emblems of seventeenth-century womanhood. A response to Mirjam de Baar;
Silvia Evangelisti, Angelica Baitelli: a woman writing in a convent in seventeenth-century Italy;
Olwen Hufton, The niche of creative women. A response to Silvia Evangelisti;
Caroline Murphy, Lavinia Fontana: the making of a woman artist;
Cynthia Kortenhorst, The first truly professional female artist? A response to Caroline Murphy

Taal / Language : English

Extra informatie:

Paperback / softback
Mei 2017
351 gram
238 x 147 x 17 mm
EAN: 9789065503831
uitgeverij Verloren b.v.

Levertijd: 5 tot 7 werkdagen