• Pushing Boundaries: Women, Music, and the Life of Ana de Mendoza y de la Cerda, Princess of Eboli —Ascensión Mazuela-Anguita
  • “Taken Weak in My Outward Man”: The Paradox of the Pathologized Female Prophet —Alexis Butzner
  • Patronage and the Power of the Pen: The Making of the French Royal Midwife Louise Bourgeois —Bridgette A. Sheridan


Forum: Rethinking Methodologies in Early Modern Women’s Studies
  • The Case for a Feminist Return to Form
    —Lara Dodds and Michelle M. Dowd
  • Digging through the Archive Together: Collaborative Research in Medieval Gender and Jewish History
    —Alexandra Guerson and Dana Wessell Lightfoot
  • From Recovery to Restoration: Aphra Behn and Feminist Bibliography
    —Kate Ozment
  • A Feminist Picture Atlas: Images of Lactation in Medieval and Early Modern Art
    —Jutta Sperling
  • Becoming Visible: Recipes in the Making Rebecca Laroche, Elaine Leong, Jennifer Munroe,
    —Hillary M. Nunn, Lisa Smith, and Amy L. Tigner
  • Making Her Turn Around: The Verb-Oriented Method, the Two-Supporter Model, and the Focus on Practice
    —Maria Ågren
  • Using Network Analysis to Understand Early Modern Women
    —Catherine Medici
  • Studying Early Modern Women Writers: The Digital Humanities Turn
    —Nieves Baranda