Collaborative reading group with Gender and Authority on the continuities, differences, and comparative advantages of framing one’s research in terms of ‘Gender studies’ and ‘women’s studies’.
Please read in advance:
o Teodolinda Barolini, ‘Notes Toward a Gendered History of Early Italian Literature’, in Teodolinda Barolini (ed.) Medieval Constructions in Gender and Identity: Essays in Honor of Joan M. Ferrante (Tempe, Ariz: Arizona Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2005). The essay can also easily be found in the volume ‘Dante and the Origins of Italian Literary Culture, New York : Fordham University Press, 2006’, and online on Barolini’s academia.edu page. Please email Zoe if you want a pdf of this chapter: email@example.com
o Mary Evans, ‘Doing gender: gender and women’s studies in the twenty first century’, Women’s Studies International Forum, 34:6 (2011), pp. 603-610.
o Sue Morgan, ‘Theorising feminist history: a thirty-year retrospective’, Women’s History Review, 18:3 (2009), pp. 381-407.
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