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MEDIEVAL* (AND ANCIENT JUDAEO-CHRISTIAN)
Alfonsi, Sandra Resnick, Masculine Submission in Troubadour Lyric, New York: Peter Lang, 1986

Anonymous, Fifteen Joys of Marriage, Orion Press, 1959

Ashley, Kathleen and Pamela Sheingorn, eds., Interpreting Cultural Symbols: St. Anne in Late Medieval Society, Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1990

Atkinson, Clarissa, "'Precious Balsam in a Fragile Glass': The Ideology of Virginity in the Later Middle Ages", Journal of Family History, 8, 1983, 131-143

Atkinson, Clarissa, Mystic and Pilgrim: The Book and the World of Margery Kempe, Ithaca, 1983

Atkinson, Clarissa, The Oldest Vocation: Christian Motherhood in the Middle Ages, Ithaca: Cornell Un. Press, 1991

Baird, J. L., and J. R. Kane, eds., Le Querelle de la Rose: Letters and Documents, (North Carolina Studies in the Romance Languages and Literatures 199), Chapel Hill, 1978 [controversy around Christine de Pisan's attack on Jean de Meun]

Bal, Mieke, Lethal Love: Feminist Literary Readings of Biblical Love Stories, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1987

Berger, Pamela, The Goddess Obscured: Transformation of the Grain Protectress from Goddess to Saint, Boston, Beacon Press, 1985 (includes Renaissance material)

Berlioz, Jacques; Michelman, Stephen (tr.), "Exempla: A Discussion and a Case Study, I: Exempla as a Source for the History of Women," in Rosenthal, Joel T. ed., Medieval Women and the Sources of Medieval History. Athens : University of Georgia Press, 1990, 37-50

Binski, Paul, “The angel choir at Lincoln and the poetics of the Gothic smile,” Art History, 20, 3, 1997, 350-374

Bird, P., "Images of Women in the Old Testament," in R. R. Reuther, ed., Religion and Sexism, New York, 1974, 41-88

Blamires, Alwin, ed., Women Defamed and Women Defended. An Anthropology of Medieval Texts, 1993?

Bloch, R. Howard, Medieval Misogyny and the Invention of Western Romantic Love, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991 [excellent biblio; also see feminist critique of Bloch's earlier article interpreting misogyny as literary game or anti-literary exercise in Medieval Feminist Newsletter, 6, 1988, and 7, 1989]

Böckenholt, Hans-Joachim, Untersuchungen zum Bild der Frau in den mittelhochdeutschen "Spielmannsdichtungen", Münster, 1971

Bonnell, John, "The Serpent with a Human Head in Art and in Mystery Plays," American Journal of Archaeology, 21, 1917, 257-258

Borges, Jorge Luis, “Beatrice's last smile,” Dispositio, vol. 18, no. 45, 1993, p. 23-25

Bornstein, Daniel and Roberto Rusconi, Women and Religion in Medieval and Renaissance Italy, Chicago, 1996 [with article on Bernardino of Siena, "The Wife and Possesions"

Boswell, John, Christianity, Social Tolerance, and Homosexuality: Gay People in Western Europe from the Beginnings of the Christian Era to the Fourteenth Century, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1980

Brown, Peter, The Body and Society, NY: Columbia University Press, 1988

Brundage, J., "Carnal Delight: Canonistic Theories of Sexuality", in Stephan Kuttner et al., eds., Proceedings of the Fifth International Congress of Medieval Canon Law, Salamanca, 21-25, September 1976, 1980, 364-83

Bruno, Roy. "Le belle e(s) la bête: Aspects du bestiaire féminin au moyen âge," Etudes françaises, 10, 1974: 319-334.

Burns, E. Jane, Bodytalk. When Women Speak in Old French Literature, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1993 [chapters on female orifices, mind vs. matter and silence, beauty,

Burns, E. Jane, "Knowing Women: Female Orifices in Old French Farce and Fabliau", Exemplaria, 4/1, Spring 1992, 81-104

Burns, E. Jane, "The Man Behind the Lady in Troubadour Lyrics," Romance Notes, 25, 3, 1985, 254-70 [journal issue: "Courtly Ideology and Woman's Place in Medieval French Literature"]

Bynum, Caroline Walker, Fragmentation and Redemption: Essays on Gender and the Human Body in Medieval Religion, Zone Books: 1991

Bynum, Caroline Walker, Holy Feast and Holy Fast. The Religious Signififcance of Food to Medieval Women, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1987

Bynum, Caroline Walker, Jesus as Mother. Studies in the Spirituality of the High Middle Ages, Berkeley, 1982 (ch. IV: "Jesus as Mother and Abbot as Mother"; ch. V: "Women Mystics in the 13th Century")

Cabassut, A., “God is our Mother,” The Life of the Spirit, 2, 15, 1945, 49-53

Cadden, Joan, Meanings of Sex Difference in the Middle Ages: Medicine, Science, Culture, Cambridge University Press, 1993

Cahoon, Leslie, "Raping the Rose: Jean de Meun's Reading of Ovid's Amores," Classical and Modern Literature, 6, 1986, 261-285

Cameron, Averil, “Virginity as Metaphor: Women and the Rhetoric of Early Christianity,” in Cameron, ed., History as Text, Chapel Hill and London: University of North Carolina Press, 1989, 181-205

Cameron, Averil, “Early Christianity and the Discourse of Female Desire,” in Leonie Archer, et al, eds., Women in Ancient Societies, New York: Routledge, 1994, 152-168

Cameron, Averil, “The Artistic Patronage of Justinian II,” Byzantion, 50, 1980, 62-84 [Marian imagery]

Cameron, Averil, “The Empress Sophia, Byzantion, 45, 1975, 5-21 [Marian imagery]

Cameron, Averil, “The Virgin’s Robe: An Episode into the History of Seventh Century Constantinople,” Byzantion, 49, 1979, 42-5 [Virgin as protectress]

Cameron, Averil, “The Cult of the Theotokos in Sixth-Century Constantinople,”, Journal of Theological Studies, 29, 1978, 79-108 [Virgin as protectress, early Marian imagery]

Cameron, Averil, “A Nativity Poem…” ??? cited in this incomplete form in Herrin.

Camille, Michael, The Gothic Idol. Ideology and Image-Making in Medieval Art, Cambridge Universirty Press, 1989, 303-315, "Woman on a Pedestal"; 316-337, "Desire, Death, and the Image: The Pygmalion Myth in Medieval Art"

Camille, Michael, “For Our Devotion and Pleasure: The Sexual Objects of Jean, Duc de Berry,” Art History, 24, 2, 2001, pp.

Campbell, C. Jean, The Game of Courting and the Art of the Commune, 1290-1320, Princeton University Press, 1997

Carr, Annemarie Weyl, "Women Artists in the Middle Ages," Feminist Art Journal, Spring, 1976, 5-9, 26

Carras, Ruth, From Boys to Men: Formations of Masculinity in Late Medieval Europe, Philadelphia: Un of Penn Press, 2003

Carter, John Marshall, Rape in Medieval England, Lanham, 1985

Cherewatuk, Karen and Ulrike Wiethaus, eds., Dear Sister: Medieval Women and the Epistolary Genre, Pennsylvania Univ. Press, 1993

Cheyette, Fredric, Ermengard of Narbonne and the World of the Troubadours, Cornell Un. Press, 2002,

Clark, E. A., "'Adams's Only Companion': Augustine and the Early Christian Debate on Marriage," in The Old Daunce: Love, Friendship, Sex and Marriage in the Medieval World, eds. R. R. Edwards and S. Spector, Albany: 15-31

Colish, Marcia, "Cosmetic Theology: The Transformation of a Stoic Theme," Assays, 1, 1981, 3-14

Cottino-Jones, Marga, “The Myth of Apollo and Daphne in Petrarch’s Canzoniere,” in Aldo Scaglione, ed., Francis Petrarch: Six Centuries Later: A Symposium, Chapel Hill, 1975, 152-176

Cox, Catherine, Gender and Language in Chaucer, Gainesville, 1997

Crist, Larry S., "Gastrographie et pornographie dans les fabliaux," in Norris Lacy and Gloria Torrini Roblin eds., Continuations: Essays on Medieval French Literature and Language in Honor of John L. Grigsby. Birmingham, AL : Summa, 1989. 251-260

Davidson, Clifford, "Women and the Medieval Stage," Women's Studies, 1, 2, 1984, 99-113

Delany, Sheila, "Anatomy of the Resisting Reader: Some Implications of Resistance to Sexual Wordplay in Medieval Literature", Exemplaria, 4/1, Spring 1992, 7-34

Desmond, Marilyn, Reading Dido: Gender, Textuality and the Medieval Aeneid, Minneapolis: Univ of Minnesota, 1994

Dinshaw, Carolyn, Getting Medieval. Sexualities and Communities, Pre- and Post Modern, Duke Univ. Press, 1999 ("Lollards and Sodomites", transvestite prostitutes; Margery of Kempe)

Dinshaw, Carolyn and David Wallace, The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Women’s Writing, 2003

Dronke, Peter, Medieval Latin and the Rise of European Love Lyric, rev. ed., Oxford, 1970?

Du Bois (EARLY MODERN)

DuBruck, Edelgard, ed., New Images of Medieval Women, Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, 1989

Duby, Georges, The Knight, the Lady and the Priest: The Making of Modern Marriage in Medieval France, New York: Pantheon, 1983

Edwards, Robert and Stephen Spector, eds., The Olde Daunce: Love, Friendship, Sex, and Marriage in the Medieval World, Albany: SUNY Press, 1991

Ehrhart, Margaret, The Judgement of the Trojan Prince Paris in Medieval Literature, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1988

Elliott, Dyan, Spiritual Marriage: Sexual Abstinence in Medieval Wedlock, Princeton Un Press, 1993

Ellis, Deborah S., "The Merchant's Wife's Tale: Language, Sex, and Commerce in Margery Kempe and in Chaucer", Exemplaria, 1990 Fall, 2:2, 595-626.

Farmer, Sharon, "Persuasive Voices: Clerical Images of Medieval Wives", Speculum, July, 1986, 517-543

Ferrante, Joan, "Male Fantasy and Female Reality in Courtly Literature," Women's Studies, 1, 2, 1984, 67-97

Ferrante, Joan, Woman as Image in Medieval Literature from the 12th Century to Dante, New York: Columbia University Press, 1975

Feuchtwanger, Naomi, "The Coronation of the Virgin and of the Bride", Jewish Art, 12-13, 1986-87, 213-24

Fiero, Gloria, Wendy Pfeffer, Mathé Allain, eds. and trans., Three Medieval Views of Women, (La Contenance des fames; Le Bien des fames; Le Blasme de fames), New Haven: Yale Un. Press, 1989

Finkel, Helen, "The Portrait of the Woman in the Works of Christine de Pisan", Ph.D., Rice University, 1972?



Fisher, Sheila and Janet Halley, eds., Seeking the Woman in Late Medieval and Renaissance Writings: Essays in Feminist Contextual Criticism, Knoxville: University of Tennessee, 1989

French Fabliau, 2 vols., New York: Garland Press, 1984-5

Gaines, Janet, Music in the Old Bones, Jezebel Through the Ages, Southern Illinois Univ Press, 2000

Gaunt, Simon, "Sexual Difference and the Metaphor of Language in a Troubadour Poem," Modern Language Review, 83, Apr. 1988, 297-313

Gaunt, Simon “Poetry of Exclusion: A Feminist Reading of Some Troubadour Lyrics,” Modern Language Review, 85, 1990, p. 311

Gibbs, Marion, Wiplichez wibes reht: A Study of the Women Characters in the Works of Wolfram von Eschenbach, Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press, 1972

Gibbs, Steven and Kathryn Karczewska, trans. and eds., The Book of the Love-Smitten Heart, New York and London: Routledge, 2001

Gold, Penny, The Lady and the Virgin: Image, Attitude, and Experience in 12th-Century France, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1985

Goldberg, J. P. J., "Female Labour, Service and Marriage in Northern Towns During the Middle Ages," Northern History, 22, 1986, 18-38

Gravdal, Kathryn, Ravishing Maidens: Sexual Violence in Medieval French Literature and Law, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1991

Gravdal, Kathyrn, "Camouflaging Rape: The Rhetoric of Sexual Violence in the Medieval Pastourelle," Romanic Review, 76, 1985, 361-373

Green, R. F., "Chaucer's Victimized Women," Studies in the Age of Chaucer, 10, 1988, 3-21

Grimaldi Pizzorno, Patrizia, “Matelda's dance and the smile of the poets,” Dante Studies,vol. 112, 1994, 115-132Gross, Laila, "The Castle of Love in Medieval Literature and Art", in Castles: An Enduring Fantasy, ed. Naomi Reed Kline, New Rochelle: Orpheus Publishing Inc., 1988

Grössinger, Christa, Picturing Women, Manchester University Press, 1997

Guthrie, Jeri, "La femme dans 'Le Livre des manières': Surplus economique, surplus érotique," Romanic Review, 79, Mar. 1988, 251-261

Hahn, Thomas, "Money, Sexuality, Wordplay, and Context in the Shipman's Tale," 235 249 in Wasserman, Julian N. (ed.); Blanch, Robert J. ed., Chaucer in the Eighties. Syracuse : Syracuse UP, 1986. xxii, 258 pp.

Hamburger, Jeffrey, "The Visual and the Visionary: The Image in Late Medieval Monastic Devotions," Viator, 20, 1989, 161-182 [erotic Canticles imagery]

Hanning, R. W., "Love and Power in the Twelfth Century, with Special Reference to Chrètien de Troyes and Marie de France," in Robert Edwards and Stephen Spector, eds., The Old Daunce: Love, Friendship, Sex, and Marriage in the Medieval World, Albany: SUNY Press, 1990,

Harrison, Ann Tukey, ed., Danse Macabre of Women, Kent State University Press, 1994 (with essay by Sandra Hindman)

Heimmel, Jennifer, God is Our Mother: Julian of Norwich and the Medieval Image of Christian Feminine Divinity, Salzburg Studies: 1982

Hildegard of Bingen, Illuminations of...Hildegard of Bingen, 1985

Hoch, Adrian S., "Beata Stirps, Royal Patronage and the Identification of the Sainted Rulers in the St. Elizabeth Chapel at Assisi", Art History, 15/3, September 1992, 279-95

Jacquart, Danielle and Claude Thomasset, Sexuality and Medicine in the Middle Ages, Cambridge and Princeton: Polity Press and Princeton University Press, 1988

Jantzen, Carol, Power, Gender, and Christian Mysticism, Cambridge University Press, 2005

Johnson, Lesley, "Woman on Top: Antifeminism in the Fabliaux?", Modern Language Review, 78, 2, 1983, 298-307

Johnson, Penelope, "Mulier et monialis: The Medieval Nun's Self-Image," Thought, 64, Sept. 1989, 242-253

Jordan, Constance, "Boccaccio's In-Famous Women: Gender and Civic Virtue in the 'De mulieribus claris," in Ambiguous Realities: Women in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, ed. Carole Levin and Jeanie Watson, Detriot: Wayne State University, 25-47

Jordan, Constance, "Renaissance Women and the Question of Class," in James Turner, ed., Sexuality and Gender in Early Modern Europe. Institutions, Texts, Images, Cambridge Un Press, 1993, 90-106

Kantorowicz, Ernst, The King's Two Bodies: A Study in Medieval Political Philosophy, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1957, 211-217 [conjugal/corporal metaphors for rule: ruler/state = husband/wife = head/body]

Karras, Ruth, "The Regulation of Brothels in Later Medieval England," Signs, 14, 1989, 399-433

Kaufman, 1973 (EARLY MODERN)



Kay, S. and M. Rubin, eds., Framing Medieval Bodies, Manchester, 1993

Keiser, Elizabeth, Courtly Desire and Medieval Homophobia, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997

Kelly (EARLY MODERN)

Kendrick, Laura, The Game of Love: Troubadour Wordplay, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1988

Keufler, Matthew, The Manly Eunuch, Masculinity, Gender Ambiguity, and Christian Ideology in Late Antiquity, Chicago: University of Chicago Press,, 2001

King, Peter, "Flos Veneris", in J. P. Gumbert and M. J. M. de Haan, eds., Texts and Manuscripts: Essays Presented to G. I. Lieftinck, Amsterdam: A. L. van Gendt, 1972, 61-72 [rose as pudenda]

Kirkpatrick, Robin, "Dante's Beatrice and the Politics of Singularity," Texas Studies in Literature and Language, 32, Spring, 1990, 101-119

Kirshner, Julius and Suzanne F. Wemple, eds., Women of the Medieval World, Oxford and New York: Basil Blackwell, 1985

Klapischt-Zuber, Christiane, ed., Silences of the Middle Ages, Harvard, 1992, [George Duby and Michelle Perot, eds., A History of Women in the West]

Klassen, John, "Women and Religious Reform in Late Medieval Bohemia", Renaissance and Reformation, v, 4, 1981, 203-221

Kornbluth, Genevra, "The Susanna Crystal of Lothar II: Chastity, the Church and Royal Justice," Gesta, 31, 1992, 25-39

*Kraemer, Ross, Her Share of the Blessings. Women’s Religions Among Pagans, Jews, and Christians in the Graeco-Roman World, New York: Oxford University Press, 2002

*Kraemer, Ross and Mary Rose D’Angelo, Women and Christian Origins, New York: Oxford University Press, 1999

Kruger, Steven, "Passion and Order in Chaucer's 'Legend of Good Women'," Chaucer Review, 23, 3, 1989, 19-35

Kuryluk, Ewa (see EARLY MODERN]

Labarge, Margaret. A Small Sound of the Trumpet. Women in the Middle Ages, Boston: Beacon Press, 1986

Lejeune, Rita, "La Femme dans les littératures française et occitane du XIe et XIIIe siècle", Cahiers de civilisation médiévale, 20, 1977, 201-218

Leupin, Alexander, Medieval Writings and Sexuality, Cambridge: Harvard Un. Pr., 1989?

Lewis, Suzanne, "A Byzantine 'Virgo militans' at Charlemagne's Court." Viator. 1980, 11: 71-94 [Madonna of Victory}

Margolis, Nadia, "Flamma, Furor, and Fol'amors: Fire and Feminine Madness from the Aeneid to the Roman d'Eneas," Romanic Review, 78, Mar. 1987, 131-147

Marie de France, The Lais of Marie de France, trans. Glyn Burgess and Keith Busby, Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1987; (New York: Penguin Books, 1988?)

McConeghy, Patrick, "Women's Speech and Silence in Hartmann von Aue's 'Erec'," PMLA, 102, Oct. 1987, 772-783

McLaughlin, Eleanor, “Equality of Souls, Inequality of Sexes. Women in Medieval Theology,” in Religion and Sexism: Images of Women in the Jewish and Christian Tradition, ed. Rosemary Ruether, New York, 1974, 213-266

McLeod, Glenda, (see GENERAL)

McNamara, Jo Ann, “Sexual Equality and the Cult of Virginity in Early Christian Thought,” Feminist Studies, 3, no. 3-4, 1976, 145-158

McRobbie, Kenneth, "Woman and Love: Some Aspects of Competition in Late Medieval Society", Mosaic, 5, 2, 1972, 139-168

Miles (General)

Miles, Margaret, "The Virgin's One Bare Breast: Female Nudity and Religious Meaning in Tuscan Early Renaissance Culture," in Susan Suleiman, ed., The Female Body in Western Culture, Harvard University Press, 1986, 193-208; repr. in Norma Broude and Mary Garrard, eds., The Expanding Discourse: Feminism and Art History, New York: HarperCollins, 1992

Miles, Margaret, Image as Insight, Boston, 1985 (ch. 4: Images of Women in 14th-Century Tuscan Painting, 63-94)

Milhaven, Giles, "A Medieval Lesson on Bodily Knowing: Woman's Experience and Men's Thought," Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 57, Summer, 1969, 341-372

Miner, Dorothy, Anastaise and Her Sisters: Women Artists of the Middle Ages, Baltimore: Walters Art Gallery, 1974

Murdoch, Brian, The Fall of Man in the Early Middle High German Biblical Epic, Göppingen, 1972

Murphy, Michael, "Vows, Boasts and Taunts and the Role of Women in Some Medieval Literature," English Studies, 66, April, 1985, 105-112

Newman, Barbara, From Virile Woman to Woman Christ, Pen, 1995 [gender in middle ages]

Newman, Barbara, Sister of Wisdom. St. Hildegard's Theology of the Feminine, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1987.

Nicholas, David, The Domestic Life of a Medieval City: Women, Children and the Family in Fourteenth-century Ghent, 1986?

Nichols, John, "Female Nudity and Sexuality in Medieval Art", in Edelgard DuBruck, ed., New Images of Medieval Women: Studies Toward a Cultural Anthropology, Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, 1989, 165-206

Owen, D., "Theme and Variations: Sexual Aggression in Chrétien de Troyes," Forum for Modern Language Studies, 21, 1985, 376-385

Paden, William, "Rape in the 'Pastourelle," Romanic Review, 80, 3, 1989, 331-349

Pagels, Elaine, Adam, Eve and the Serpent, New York: Random House, 1988

Payer, Pierre, Sex and the Penitentials. The Development of a Sexual Code 550-1150, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1984

Payer, Pierre, The Bridling of Desire: Ideas of Sex in the Later Middle Ages, Toronto: Un. of Tor. Press, 1993

Petroff, Elizabeth, Body and Soul: Essays on Medieval Women and Mysticism, Oxford Un Press, 1994

Phillippy, Patricia, "Establishing Authority: Boccaccio's 'De claribus mulieribus' and Christine de Pizan's 'Le Livre de la cité des dames'," Romanic Review, 77, May, 1986, 167-194

Philo, Loeb ed., I. pp. 231-232 the beasts named by Adam in Genesis symbolize the passions.; pp. 249ff sleep=passivity=woman=senses (me=lower carnal realm vs. erect posuture of wake and reason and masculinity); also review III

Pitts,-Brent-A., "Feast and Famine in the Quinze joyes de mariage," Romance Notes, 1985 Fall, 26:1, 69-73.

Quilligan, Maureen, "The Name of the Author: Self-Representation in Christine de Pizan's 'Livre de la cité des dames'", Exemplaria, 4/1, Spring 1992, 201ff

Quilligan, Maureen, "Translating Dismemberment: Boccaccio and Christine de Pizan," Studi sul Boccaccio, 20, 1991-2, 253-266

Quilligan, Maureen, The Allegory of Female Authority: Christine de Pizan's 'Cité des dames', Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1991

Reineke, Martha, "'This is my body': Reflections on Abjection, Anorexia and Medieval Women Mystics," Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 58, Summer, 1990, 245-265

Rieger, Dietmar, "Le Motif du viol dans la littérature de la France médiévale: Entre norme courtoise et réalité courtoise," Cahiers de Civilisation Médiévale, 31, 2, 1988, 241-267

Ringrose, Kathryn, The Perfect Servant. Eunuchs and the Social Construction of Gender in Byzantium, Chicago: University of Chicago Press,, 2003

Roffman, Marian, "As the Poet Saw Her: Images of Women in the Pastorals and the Fabliaux," Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Western Society for French History, 8, 1981, 31-41

Rossiaud, Jacques, Medieval Prostitution, Oxford & New York: Basil Blackwell, 1988 [includes chapter on 16th century]

Salisbury, Joyce, Medieval Sexuality: A Research Guide, New York: Garland Press, 1990

Sandler, Lucy Freeman, "A Bawdy Betrothal in the Ormesby Psalter", in W. Clark, C. Eisler, W. Heckscher, and B. Lane, eds., A Tribute to Lotte Brand Philip, New York, 1985, 154-159

Schaefer, Virginia, "Women and Money in The Miller's Tale and The Reeve's Tale," Medieval Perspectives, 1988 Spring, 3:1, 76-88.

Scheidegger, Jean R., "La Peinture à l'or du Roman de la Rose," in L'Or au Moyen Age: Monnaie, metal, objets, symbole. Aix en Provence : Pubs. du CUER MA, 1983, 395-414. [gold and sexuality]

Schröter, Michael, "Marriage," Theory, Culture, Society, 4, 2-3, 1987, 317-322

Sekules, Veronica, "Women and Art in England in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries", in Jonathan Alexander and Paul Binski, eds., Age of Chivalry, London, 1987, 41-48

Shahar, Shulamith, The Fourth Estate: A History of Women in the Middle Ages, New York: Methuen & Co., 1983

Smith, Susan, The Power of Women: A Topos in Medieval Art and Literature, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1995

Spencer, Richard, "The Role of Money in the Fabliaux," 563-574 in Gabriel Bianciotto, et al eds., Epopée animale, fable, fabliau. Paris : PU de France, 1984.

Sterling-Hellenbrand, Alexandra, Topographies of gender in Middle High German Arthurian Romance, NY: Garland Press, 2001

Sturges, Robert, Chaucer’s Pardoner and gender Theory, New York: St Martin’s Press, 2000

Straus, Barrie Ruth, "'Truth' and 'Woman' in Chaucer's 'Franklin's Tale'", Exemplaria, 4/1, Spring 1992, 135-170

Straus, Barrie Ruth, "Skirting the Texts: Feminisms' Re-Reading of Medieval and Renaissance Texts", Exemplaria, 4/1, Spring 1992, 1-6

Straus, Barrie Ruth, "The Subversive Discourse of the Wife of Bath: Phallocentric Discourse and the Imprisonment of Criticism," ELH, 55, Fall, 1988, 527-554

Taylor, Karen, Gender Transgressions; Crossing the Normative Barrier in Old French Literature, New York: Garland, 1998

Thibaut de Champagne, The Lyrics of Thibaut de Champagne, ed. and trans., Kathgleen Brahney, New York: Garland, 1989

Thiebaux, Marcelle, The Stag of Love: The Chase in Medieval Literature, Ithaca, 1974

Tietz, Manfred, "La morale païenne jugée par les chrétiens au XVII siècle: Le personage de Lucrèce, l'illustre romaine", idem, ed., La Pensée religieuse dans la littérature et la civilization du XVII siècle en France, Paris, Papers on French Seventeenth Century Literature, 1984, 299-321

Trible, P., Texts of Terror: Literary-Feminist Readings of Biblical Love Stories, Philadelphia, 1984

Twycross, Meg, "Transvestism in the Mystery Plays," Medieval English Theatre, 5, 1983, 123-180

Uitz, Erika, The Legend of Good Women: Medieval Women in Towns and Cities, Mt. Kisco: Moyer Bell Limirted, 1990

Varty, Kenneth, "The Giving and the Withholding of Consent in Late Twelfth-Century French Literature," Reading Medieval Studies, 12, 1986, 27-49

Verdier, Philippe, "Woman in the Marginalia of Gothic Manuscripts and Related Works", Rosmarie Thee Morewedge, ed., The Role of Woman in the Middle Ages, Albany, 1975, 121-187

Wack, Mary, Lovesickness in the Middle Ages, Philadelphia: Un. of Penn. Press, 1990

Ward, Benedicta, Harlots of the Desert, Kalamazoo: Cistercian Publications, 1987 [repentant harlots: Mary of Egypt, Pelagia, etc., sources for Mary Magdalen legend]

Weir, Anthony and James Jerman, Images of Lust: Sexual Carvings on Medieval Churches, 1996

Wellesz, E., “The Akathistos: A Study in Byzantine Hymnography,” Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 9-10, 1955-56, 143-174 [Madonna of Victory]

Westphal-Wihl, Sarah, "The Ladies' Tournament: Marriage, Sex and Honor in Thirteenth-Century Germany," Signs, 14, Winter, 1989, 371-398

White, Sarah, "Sexual Language and Human Conflict in the Old French Fabliaux", Comparative Studies in Society and History, 24, 1982, 185-210

Wilson, Katharina and Elizabeth Makowski, eds., Wykked Wyves and the Woes of Marriage. Misogamous Literature from Juvenal to Chaucer, Albany: State University of New York Press, 1990

Wolfthal, Diane, "'A Hue and a Cry': Medieval Rape Imagery and Its Transformation," Art Bulletin, 75, 1, 1993, 39-64

Wolfthal, Diane, book on rape in later medieval art (Yale or Cambridge, 1998?)

Wood, Jeryldene, "Perceptions of Holiness in Thirteenth-Century Italian Painting: Clare of Assisi," Art History, 14, 3, 1991, 301-328

Woolf, Rosemary, The English Religious Lyric in the Middle Ages, Oxford, 1968 [Marian Piety, Christ the mother; Mystical Marriage; Pieta, etc.]



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