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Recently, her research has focused mainly on aspects of gender and culture in mid- to late-fifteenth-century Florence, with articles on topics such as women and dance, Antonia Pulci, Ginevra de' Benci, Dada degli Adimari, and Lorenzo de' Medici's relations with Ippolita Sforza. Her work has appeared in Early Theatre and Studies in Philology.
She specializes in late medieval and early modern literature and her current research interests center on the dynamic between popular medicine and literature in early modern England. She is the author of Birthing the Nation: Sex, Science, and the Conception of Eighteenth-Century Britons Oxford University Press, , along with articles on the history of gender, the body, medicine, and culture. She is currently focusing on marriage, politics, and human rights in the eighteenth century.
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Michelle M. Her primary research interests concern professional music culture in England during the long eighteenth century, with a particular focus on records of the equity and common law courts. Christopher Hogwood Ut Orpheus, Alexandra Guerson is a Lecturer at the International Foundation Program, at New College, University of Toronto where she teaches world history to international students and coordinates a program for first-year students.
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Forged from a partnership between a university press and a library, Project MUSE is a trusted part of the academic and scholarly community it serves. Built on the Johns Hopkins University Campus. Were they a radical break from the past; or did they represent gradual evolution and transition in which some older beliefs were perpetuated, some were reinterpreted allegorically, and others were abandoned and replaced with new representations? Although firmly grounded in history, my methodology also incorporated elements from other disciplines, especially gender studies, death studies, religion, philosophy, and some aspects of art history.
Catholic, Anglican, and Puritan Representations of Royal Martyrs
In particular, I have reassessed gender roles in the sixteenth century, and discussed the language of inversion, where exceptionally courageous female martyrs were portrayed with the masculine virtues of courage, analytical rationality or self—control; and allegedly negative feminine traits such as cowardice, deceit, treachery, or sexual misconduct were used to shame and discredit clergymen from rival religious groups or sects. Crown, N. Royal Studies Journal , 4 1 , pp.
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