Education and Women in the Early Modern Hispanic World

Author: Elizabeth Teresa Howe
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317145879
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Considering the presence and influence of educated women of letters in Spain and New Spain, this study looks at the life and work of early modern women who advocated by word or example for the education of women. The subjects of the book include not only such familiar figures as Sor Juana and Santa Teresa de Jesús, but also of less well known women of their time. The author uses primary documents, published works, artwork, and critical sources drawn from history, literature, theatre, philosophy, women's studies, education and science. Her analysis juxtaposes theories espoused by men and women of the period concerning the aptitude and appropriateness of educating women with the actual practices to be found in convents, schools, court, theaters and homes. What emerges is a fuller picture of women's learning in the early modern period.

Staging Marriage in Early Modern Spain

Author: Gabriela Carrión
Publisher: Bucknell University Press
ISBN: 1611480531
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Staging Marriage in Early Modern Spain places dramatic representations of marriage within a historical and social framework and is framed by the decrees of the Council of Trent (1563), which ascribed sacramental status to marriage. While the diverse range of dramas examined in this study offer a multifaceted view of conjugal relations in early modern Spain, taken together they suggest a significant shift in the conventions governing marriage and other related social phenomena, including courtship and widowhood.

Women s Literacy in Early Modern Spain and the New World

Author: Anne J. Cruz
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 1409427145
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The essays collected in this volume from leading and recent scholars in Peninsular and colonial studies offer entirely new research on women's acquisition and practice of literacy, on conventual literacy and on the cultural representations of women's literacy. The collection reveals the surprisingly broad range of pedagogical methods and learning experiences undergone by early modern women in Spain and the New World.

Theorising the Ibero American Atlantic

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Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 900425806X
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Theorising the Ibero-American Atlantic offers fresh and challenging perspectives on the Atlantic turn in Hispanic and Latin American studies. Contributors, while mindful of its limits, explore and establish the viability and value of the Ibero-American Atlantic as a framework of enquiry.

Early Modern Women s Writing and Sor Juana In s de la Cruz

Author: Stephanie Merrim
Publisher: Vanderbilt University Press
ISBN: 9780826513380
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This book maps the field of seventeenth-century women's writing in Spanish, English, and French and situates the work of Sor Juana more clearly within that field. It holds up the multi-layered, proto-feminist writings of Sor Juana as a meaningful lens through which to focus the literary production of her female contemporaries. Merrim's book advances the integration of Hispanic women authors and women's issues into the panorama of early modern women's writing and opens up unexplored commonalities between Sor Juana and her sister writers. Early modern women writers whose works are explored include Marie de Gournay, Margaret Fell Fox, Catalina de Erauso, Maria de Zayas, Ana Caro, Mme de Lafayette, Anne Bradstreet, St. Teresa, and Margaret Lucas Cavendish. Merrim's study provides a full-bodied picture of the resources that the cultural and historical climates of the seventeenth century placed at the disposal of women writers, the manners in which women writers instrumentalized them, the building blocks and concerns of early modern women's writing, and the continuities between early modern and modern women's writing. Written in an engaging, clear manner, this innovative study will be of interest not only to Hispanists but also to scholars in early modern studies, women's studies, history, and comparative literature.

Peterson s Graduate Programs in the Humanities 2011

Author: Peterson's
Publisher: Peterson's
ISBN: 0768934613
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Peterson's Graduate Programs in the Humanities contains a wealth of information on colleges and universities that offer graduate work in History, Humanities, Language & Literature, Linguistic Studies, Philosophy & Ethics, Religious Studies, and Writing. Institutions listed include those in the United States, Canada, and abroad that are accredited by U.S. accrediting agencies. Up-to-date data, collected through Peterson's Annual Survey of Graduate and Professional Institutions, provides valuable information on degree offerings, professional accreditation, jointly offered degrees, part-time and evening/weekend programs, postbaccalaureate distance degrees, faculty, students, degree requirements, entrance requirements, expenses, financial support, faculty research, and unit head and application contact information. Readers will find helpful links to in-depth descriptions that offer additional detailed information about a specific program or department, faculty members and their research, and much more. In addition, there are valuable articles on financial assistance, the graduate admissions process, advice for international and minority students, and facts about accreditation, with a current list of accrediting agencies.

Coded Encounters

Author: Francisco J. Cevallos Candau
Publisher: Univ of Massachusetts Press
ISBN: 9780870238864
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An excellent collection of essays about colonial Lain America that help us to rethink and reconfigure the traditional canon and issues of representation. The essays range from a consideration Amerindian codes of map-making to the career of a transvestie nun. Contributors include Walter Mignolo, Maureen Ahern, Abel Aives, Rolena Adorno, Lucia Helena Santiago Costigan, Pedro Lasarte, Raquel Chang-Rodrigez, Regina Harrison. Asuncion Lavrin, Stephanie Merrim, Nina M. Scott, Antonio Carreno, Julie Greer Johnson, Karen Stolley, and Antonia Benitez-Rojo