Contents
 

Essays
 
  • Before the Odalisque: Renaissance Representations of Elite Ottoman Women
    Heather Madar
     
  • The Canonization of Italian Women Writers in Early Modern Britain
    Diana Robin
     
  • Three Poems by Anne Glover Rhodes: An Edition
    J. L. Wilson
     
  • Remembering the Mother, Presenting the Stepmother: Portraits of the Early Modern Family in Northern Europe
    Lyndan Warner
     
  • “The simple fool doth trust / too much before he try”: Isabella Whitney’s Revision of the Female Reader and Lover in The Copy of a Letter
    Maggie Ellen Ray
     
Forum: Early Modern Women and Memory
 
  • Lux Aeterna: Commemoration of Women with Candles in the Santa Maria Novella Book of Wax in Fifteenth-Century Florence
    Maria DePrano
     
  • The Visibility of Early Modern Castilian Noblewomen in Genealogical Narratives: Bilateral Kinship and its Memory within a Patrilineal Society
    Carolina Blutrach-Jelín
     
  • Love Tokens: Objects as Memory for Plebeian Women in Early Modern England
    Jennine Hurl-Eamon
     
  • How Gulbadan Remembered: The Book of Humāyūn as an Act of Representation
    Rebecca Gould
     
  • Female Letter Writing and the Preservation of Family Memory in Early Modern Italy
    Megan Moran
     
  • Memory in Moulsworth’s “Memorandum”
    Robert C. Evans
     
  • “Gather up the Fragments, that nothing be lost”: “Memorable” Women’s Conversion Narratives
    Rachel Adcock
     
  • Remembrance in an Early Modern Woman’s Seduction Lyric
    Holly Barbaccia
     
  • The Memory of Romance: Love and War in Aphra Behn’s Colonial Virginia
    Rebecca Lush
     
  • Publications in English in Early Modern Women’s Studies, 2007–2010
    Karen L. Nelson, with Courtney Connolly and Scott Kamen
     
  • The Society for the Study of Early Modern Women 2010 Prize for a Graduate Student Conference Presentation Abstract: Lady Katherine Ranelagh or Lady Margaret Orrery?: Reattributing Authorship for The Boyle Family Receipt Book
    Michelle DiMeo

 

Book Reviews

 

  • Julia L. Hairston and Walter Stephens, eds., The Body in Early Modern Italy.
    Holly Hurlburt
     
  • Sharon T. Strocchia, Nuns and Nunneries in Renaissance Florence
    Diana Bullen Presciutti
     
  • Patricia H. Labalme. Benjamin G. Kohl, ed., Saints, Women and Humanists in Renaissance Venice
    Patricia Lyn Richards
     
  • Suzanne G. Cusick, Francesca Caccini at the Medici Court: Music and the Circulation of Power
    Thomasin LaMay
     
  • Virginia Scott, Women on the Stage in Early Modern France: 1540–1750
    Joy Palacios
     
  • Christine de Pizan et al. David F. Hult, ed. and trans., Debate of the “Romance of the Rose.” The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe Series
    Stephanie Downes
     
  • Karen Simroth James, ed., with introduction and notes. Poems trans. by Marta Rijn Finch. Pernette du Guillet, Complete Poems: A Bilingual Edition. The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe (The Toronto Series), Vol. 6
    Deborah Lesko Baker
     
  • Laura Lunger Knoppers, ed., The Cambridge Companion to Early Modern Women’s Writing
    Sarah Kelly
     
  • Theresa D. Kemp, Women in the Age of Shakespeare. The Age of Shakespeare Series
    Horacio Sierra
     
  • Peter C. Herman, Royal Poetrie: Monarchic Verse and the Political Imaginary of Early Modern England
    Ambereen Dadabhoy
     
  • Peter Beal and Grace Ioppolo, eds., Elizabeth I and the Culture of Writing
    Sarah Kelly
     
  • Margaret P. Hannay, Mary Sidney, Lady Wroth
    Karen Nelson
     
  • Mary Ellen Lamb and Karen Bamford, eds., Oral Traditions and Gender in Early Modern Literary Texts
    Kristina Lucenko
     
  • Sergius Kodera, Disreputable Bodies: Magic, Medicine, and Gender in Renaissance Natural Philosophy
    Jasmine Lellock
     
  • Daniella Kostroun and Lisa Vollendorf, eds., Women, Religion, and the Atlantic World (1600–1800)
    Kate McCarthy-Gilmore
     
  • Diane Wolfthal, In and Out of the Marital Bed: Seeing Sex in Renaissance Europe
    Lisa Regan
     
  • Joseph F. Patrouch, Queen’s Apprentice: Archduchess Elizabeth, Empress María, the Habsburgs, and the Holy Roman Empire, 1554–1569. Studies in Medieval and Reformation Traditions, Vol. 148
    Jen Welsh