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"Women Writers in History, volume I"

Women Telling Nations

Amelia Sanz, Francesca Scott and Suzan van Dijk eds.
Amsterdam, Rodopi, 2014

Table of contents

Part 1: Women belonging to nations

  • Madeleine JEAY
    • Medieval Women Networking before the Appearance of Nations

  • Nieves BARANDA
    • Beyond Political Boundaries: Religion as Nation in Early Modern Spain

  • M. Jesús PANDO
    • Expatriates: women communities, mobility and cosmopolitanism in early modern Europe: English and Spanish nuns in Flanders

  • Henriette GOLDWYN
    • Les prophétesses des Cévennes. Strange Language and Practices of Disorder: the Prophetic Crisis in France following the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685

Part 2: Women writing the Nation

  • Alejandro HERMIDA
    • The Role of Bozena Nemcova in the Construction of Czech and Slovak Cultural Identity

    • The Representations of Slavic Nations in the Writings of Josipina Turnograiska

  • Ileana MIHAILA
    • Dora d’Istria and the Springtime of the peoples in Southeast European Nations

  • Kati LAUNIS
    • The Vision of an Equal Nation: Russian-Finnish Author Marie Linder (1840–1870)

    • Selma Lagerlöf, Frederika Bremer and Women as Nations Builders

    • Decadent Women Telling Nations Differently: The Finish Writer L. Onerva and Her Motherless Dilettante ‘Upstarts’

Part 3: Women in networks

    • The Community of Letters and the Nation State: Bio-Bibliographic Compilations as a Transnational Genre around 1700

  • Rotraud VON KULESSA
    • Anthologies of female Italian authors and the emergence of a national identity in 19th century Italy

    • Histories of women, histories of nation : Biographical writing as women’s tradition in Finland, 1880-1920s

  • Henriette PARTZSCH
    • Connecting People, Inventing Communities in Faustina Sáez de Melgar's Magazine La Violeta (1862-1866)

Part 4: Women looking elsewhere

  • Joanna PARTYKA
    • Overpassing state and cultural borders: a Polish female doctor in 18th-century Constantinople

    • Between National Myth and Trans-national ideal: The Representation of Nations in the French-Language Writings of Russian Women (1770-1819)

  • Begoña LASA
    • Regina Maria Roche and Ireland: A Problematic Relationship

  • Carmen Beatrice DUTU
    • Amor Vincit (R)om(a)nia: Reshaping identities in Romanian mid-19th-century culture

    • Women’s Nations from Ottoman to the new Republic in Fatma Aliye and Halide Edip Evar’s Writing

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