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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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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Great post on Katie Gramich's translation of The Works of Gwerful Mechain,https://t.co/8fGsi8IhPl
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Fascinating post by Vicki Kay (Bangor) on the Paston women shoppers! 'Far from the popular stereotype of the food .… https://t.co/lGnyH4qUd7

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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...

30.04.19

Forthcoming Conference: Speaking Internationally: Women’s Literary Culture and the Canon in the Global Middle Ages

26 – 28 June 2019 Bangor University, LL57 2DG Bangor University is delighted to host the latest...