Women's Literary Culture and the Medieval Canon

Over the last three decades medieval women's writing has become a significant focus of scholarly research. This project looks at the importance of considering women's engagement with literature in understanding the established canon.

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Read about @Diane_Watt's recent research in The Guardian https://t.co/uftBRBV7ue https://t.co/mB4OfFmLIj
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Justin M. Byron-Davies and Ko Jeong-hee, editors of a great new edition of Korean sijo, write about an early woman… https://t.co/3JDWyQgipA
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Vanishing Source Materials and Medieval Arabic Lesbianism, by @BoydaJosa https://t.co/QSWueMr4Wr
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Literary Women in the Middle Ages: An Interview with @Diane_Watt by @TheRiddleAges https://t.co/Ibxt4nu1bw https://t.co/5TmyQE7FE7

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17.11.19

Hwang Jin-i: A sixteenth-century Korean Kisaeng sijo poet

Justin M. Byron-Davies and Ko Jeong-hee In the early decades of Korea’s Joseon dynasty (1392–1910)...

05.08.19

‘I shall send yw money to by such stufe as I wull haue’: Margaret Paston’s Savvy Shopping

    Spice Cellar in the Shape of a Ship (c.1400) Walters Art Museum [Public domain: Wikimedia...