Journal Nottingham Medieval Studies , vol. 64

Nottingham Medieval Studies 64 (2020)

Special Issue: Female Voices in Medieval European Literatures, edited by Jutta Eming, Caitlin Flynn, and Antonia Murath

  • Pages: 291 p.
  • Size:156 x 234 mm
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2022

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Preface

    Gendering Voice: (Re-)constructing Female Voices in Medieval Literature — CAITLIN FLYNN and ANTONIA MURATH

    Reflections on the Posthumous French and Latin Voices of Scotland’s Royal Women: Margaret Stewart (d. 1445) and Madeleine of Valois (d. 1537) — EMILY WINGFIELD

    Hir Purpose by hir visage dissymuland’: Dido and Cresseid in Scottish Voice — NICOLA ROYAN

    Dreaming of (Self-)Annihilation: Gendered Temporalities in Gavin Douglas’s Palyce of Honour — MARGITTA ROUSE

    Silencing a Woman’s Accusation of Attempted Rape in Johannes de Alta Silva’s Dolopathos — BETTINA BILDHAUER

    When Flata Speaks: Body-Horror, Voice, and the Maternal in Heinrich von Neustadt’s Apollonius — ANTONIA MURATH

    Virginity, Voice, and Murder. The Motif of the Substituted Bride in Gottfried von Straßburg’s Tristan and Heinrich Kaufringer’s Die unschuldige Mörderin — LEA BRAUN

    ‘Minne, herre, waz ist das?’: Consequens, Courtliness, and Consent in Das Häslein — CAITLIN FLYNN

    Silence, Agency, and a Woman’s Need to Speak Her Mind in Different Versions of the Gregorius Narrative — ASTRID LEMBKE

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