Gender in Western Art, Literature and History: An Interdisciplinary Bibliography, Ja

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EARLY MODERN* (1400-1700) (also see separate witch biblio)
Accati, Luisa, "Larceny of Desire: The Madonna in Seventeenth-century Catholic Europe," in Jim Obelkevich, Lyndal Roper and Raphael Samuel, eds., Disciplines of Faith: Studies in Religion, Politics and Patriarchy, London, 1987

Adams, Ann, ed., Rembrandt's Bathsheba Reading King David's Letter, New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1998, 1998

Aercke, Kristiaan, "Amsterdamsch hoerdom (1681): Or Prostitution in the Peepbox," Michigan Germanic Studies, 15, 1, 1989, 21-38

Agrippa, Henricus Cornelius, Declamation on the Nobility and Preeminence of the Female Sex, U of Chicago Press, 1996

Ajmar, Marta, “Exemplary Women in Renaissance Italy,” in Letizia Panizza, ed., Women in Italian Renaissance Culture and Society, Oxford: Legenda, 2000

Alberti, Leon Battista, Della Famiglia,

Alden, R. M., "The Lyrical Conceit of the Elizabethans", Studies in Philology, XIV, 1917, 130-153

Alpers, Svetlana, "Art History and Its Exclusions: The Example of Dutch Art," History Workshop, 25, 1988,

Anderson, Christy, "Masculine and Unaffected: Inigo Jones and the Classical Ideal," Art Journal, 56, 2, 1997, 48-54

Anderson, Jaynie, "Erasmus and the Siren", Erasmus in English, 11, 1981-1982, 8-12 [in Holbein's portrait]

Anderson, Jaynie, "Giorgione, Titian, and the Sleeping Venus", in Tiziano e Venezia, 1980, 337-342

Ankarloo, Bengt and Gustav Henningsen, Early Modern European Witchcraft. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1990

Atkinson, Colin and Jo B. Atkinson, "Subordinating Women: Thomas Bentley's Use of Biblical Women in 'The Monument of Matrones' (1582)," Church History, 60, 3, 1991, 289-300

Austern, Linda, "'Sing Againe Syren': Female Musicians and Sexual Enchantment in Elizabethan Life and Literature," Renaissance Quarterly, XLII, 3, 1989, 420-448

Backer, Dorothy, Precious Women, Basic Books, 1974.

Bailbé, J., "Le thème de la vielle femme dans la poésie satirique de XVIe et du début de XVIIe siècles", Bibliothèque d'Humanisme et Renaissance, XXVI, 1964, 98ff.

Baily, Carol Ann, "Portraits of a Queen: Malherbe, Rubens and Marie de Medici," Cahiers du Dix septieme: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 1987 Fall, 1:2, 47-59.

Bal, Mieke, Reading Rembrandt, Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1991

Baldwin, "letter to the Editor", Art Bulletin, LXVII, 2, 1985, 317-318 [discusses 14-16th century motif of female hair as dangerous chain or snare for male lover]

Baldwin, Robert, "Gates Pure and Shining and Serene': Mutual Gazing as an Amatory Motif in Western Literature and Art", Renaissance and Reformation, X, 1, 1986, 23-48

Baldwin, Robert, "Plutarch's Wife as Mirror in a German Renaissance Marriage Portrait", Source, IV, 2-3, 1985, 68-71

Bange, Petty, et al, "'Who can find a virtuous woman?' Married and Unmarried Women at the Beginning of the Modern Time", Saints and She-Devils, 1987, 9-38

Barbaro, Francesco, "On Wifely Duties," in Benjamin Kohl and Ronald Witt, ed., Ther Earthly Republic: Italian Humanists on Government and Society, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1978, 179-230 [treatise of 1415]

Barber, Joseph A., "The Irony of Lucrezia: Machiavelli's Donna di virtu," Studies in Philology, 1985 Fall, 82:4, 450-459.

Barkan, Leonard, Transuming Passion: Ganymede and the Erotics of Humanism, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1991

Barnard, Robert, "Feminist Rhetoric for the Renaissance Women in Marguerite de Navarre's 'Heptaméron'", Chimères, 15, 2, 1982, 73-89

Barolsky, Paul, Giotto's Father and the Family of Vasari's Lives, Penn State Press, 1992

Barry, Jonathan, Marianne Hester and Gareth Roberts, eds., Witchcraft in Early Modern Europe, Cambridge Un Press, 1996

Barryte, Bernard, "The Ill-Matched Couple," Academia Leonardi Vinci, 3, 1990, 133-139

Barstow, Anne Llewellyn, "On Studying Witchcraft as Women's History: A Historiography of the European Witch Persecutions," Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, 4, Fall, 1988, 7-19

Barstow, Anne, Witchcraze. A New Feminist History of the European Witch Hunts, 1994

Bartlett, Kenneth, Konrad Eisenbichler, and Janice Liedl, eds., Love in the Renaissance, Ottawa: Dovehouse Editions, 1991 (13 papers)

Barzman, Karen-edis, "Devotion and Desire: The Reliquary Chapel of Maria Maddalena de'Pazzi", Art History, 15/2, June 1992, 171-196

Baskins, Christelle, Cassone Painting, Humanism, and Gender in Early Modern Italy, New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1998

Baskins, Cristelle, "'La Festa di Susanna': Virtue on Trial in Renaissance Sacred Drama and Painted Wedding Chests," Art History, 14, 3, 1991, 329-344

Baskins, Cristelle, "Donatello's Bronze David: Grillanda, Goliath, Groom? Studies in Iconography, 15, 1993, 113-134

Baskins, Cristelle, "Echoing Narcissus in Alberti's Della Pittura," Oxford Art Journal, 16, 1993, 25-33

Baskins, Cristelle, “(In)Famous Men: The Continence of Scipio and Formations of Masculinity in Fifteenth-Century Tuscan Domestic Painting,” Studies in Iconography, 23, 2002, 109-136

Bassanese, Fiora, "Private Lives and Public Lies: Texts by Courtesans of the Italian Renaissance," Texas Studies in Language and Literature, 30, Fall, 1988, 295-319

Beasley, Faith, Revising Memory: Women’s Fiction and Memoirs in Seventeenth-Century France, Rutgers UP, 1990

Becker-Cantarino, Barbara, ed., Die Frau von der Reformation zur Romantik, Bonn: Bouvier, 1980

Beckwith, Sarah, "The Power of Devils and the Hearts of Men: Notes toward a Drama of Witchcraft", Shakespeare in the Changing Curriculum. London: Routledge, 1991, 143-181

Beecher, Donald, "The Lover's Body: The Somatogenesis of Love in Renaissance Medical Treatises", Renaissance and Reformation, 12, 1, 1988, 1-12 [love melancholy, sickness)

Beilin, Elaine, Redeeming Eve: Women Writers of the English Renaissance, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1987

Belka, Robert, "A Functional Definition of Satire Applied to Women in the 'Fastnachspiele' of Hans Sachs", Ph.D., Brigham Young University, 1975, [DAI 36: 4523A]

Ben-Yehuda, Nachman, "The European Witch Craze of the 14th to 17th Centuries: A Sociologist's Perspective," American Journal of Sociology, 66, July, 1980, 1-31

Bennett, Gillian, "Ghost and Witch in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries," Folklore, 97, 1988, 3-14

Bennett, Judith, "Misogyny, Popular Culture and Women's Work," History Workshop, 31, Spring, 1991, 166-188 [alewives in 16th c. culture]

Benson, Edward, "Marriage Ancestral and Conjugal in the 'Heptaméron'", Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 9, 1979, 261-275

Benson, Pamela, The Invention of the Renaissance Woman, University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1992

Berriot, Salvadore, Evelyne, "The Discourse of Medicine and Science," in A History of Women. III. Renaissance and Enlightenment Paradoxes, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1993, 348-394

Berry, Philippa, Of Chastity and Power: Elizabethan Literature and the Unmarried Queen, London and New York: Routledge, 1989 [rev. RQ, XLIV, 1, 1991]

Biermann, Veronica, “The Virtue of a King and the Desire of a Woman? Mythological Representations in the Collection of Queen Christina,” Art History, 24, 2, 2001,

Black, Charlene Villaseñor, Creating the Cult of Saint Joseph: Art and Gender in the Spanish Empire, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2006.

Blackwell, Jeannine, article on witches in early modern Germany, in Sylvia Wallinger, et al, eds., Der Widerspenstigen Zähmung, Innsbruck, 198696-115

Blaisdell, Charmarie Jenkins, "Response to The Role and Status of Women in the Writings of John Calvin", in Peter DeKlerk, ed., Renaissance, Reformation, Resurgence, Grand Rapids: Calvin Theological Seminary, 1976, 19-32

Blakeslee, Marritt, "Eros and Thanatos: The Erotic Element in the Macabre Tradition in Continental Art and Literature of the Fifteenth Century", 15th-Century Studies, 3, 1980, 1-20

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"

Bornstein, Daniel, Feminist Controversy of the Renaissance, 1980

Bourne, Molly, article on Isabella d’Este and her husband’s patronage and studioli, in Sheryl Reiss and David Wilkins, eds., Beyond Isabella, Truman State University Press, 2001

Bowman, Mary, "'she there as Princess rained': Spenser's Figure of Elizabeth," Renaissance Quarterly, 43, 3, 1990, 509-528

Brackett, John, "The Florentine Onesta and the Control of Prostitution, 1403-1680," Sixteenth Century Journal, 24, 2, 1993, 273-300 [courtesans vs meretrici, regulation]

Braekman, W. L., ed., Dat Bedroch der Vrouwen: Naar het unieke, volledige exemplaar van de Utrechtse druk van Jan Bernts. van circa 1532, Bruges: M. van de Wiele, 1983 [theme of female deception in Coornhert]

Bratt, John, "The Role and Status of Women in the Writings of John Calvin", in Peter DeKlerk, ed., Renaissance, Reformation, Resurgence, Grand Rapids: Calvin Theological Seminary, 1976, 1-17

Braungart, Georg, "De Remedio Amoris: Ein Motiv und seine Traditionen von der Antike bis Enea Silvio Piccolomini und Johannes Tröster", Archiv für Kulturgeschichte, 62-63, 1980-1981, 11-28

Bray, Alan, "Homosexuality and the Signs of Male Friendship in Elizabethan England," History Workshop, 29, 1990, 1-19

Bredbeck, Gregory, Sodomy and Interpretation: Marlowe to Milton (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1991)

Briggs, Robin, Witches and Neighbors, The Social and Cultural Context of European Witchcraft, Penguin Books, 1996

Brink, Jean, Maryanne Horowitz, and Allison Coudert, eds., Playing with Gender: A Renaissance Pursuit, Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1991 [essays on witches and adultery in Shakespeare, Middleton's antifeminism, Amazons, and hermaphrodites]

Brodwin, Leonora, “Milton and the Renaissance Circe,” Milton Studies, 6, 1974, 21-83

Bromley, Laura, "The Lost Lucrece: Middleton's 'The Ghost of Lucrece", Papers on Language and Literature, 21, 3, 1985, 258-274 [17th c. play, rape]

Brooks, Peter, "A Lily Ungilded?: Martin Luther, the Virgin Mary and the Saints," Journal of Religious History, 13, 1984, 136-149

Brown, Judith, Immodest Acts: The Life of a Lesbian Nun in Renaissance Italy, New York: Oxford University Press, 1986 (6-20 surveys literary lesbians from antiquity to Renaissance)

Brown, Patricia Fortini, Private Lives in Renaissance Venice, New Haven: Yale Un. Press, 2004, ch. 4 (wives); ch. 6 (courtesans)

Bruyn, Lucy de, Woman and the Devil in Sixteenth-Century Literature, Tisburg, Eng.: Compton, 1979 [esp. English and Dutch literature]

Bryson, Norman, "Two Narratives of Rape in the Visual Arts: Lucretia and the Sabine Women", in Sylvana Tomaselli and Roy Porter, eds., Rape, Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1986, (the review in Art History, 11, 1, 1988, 118-123 is much more interesting)

Butler, Jon, "Witchcraft, Healing and Historians' Crazes," Journal of Social History, 18, Fall, 1984, 111-118

Cady, Jonathan, "Masculine Love, Renaissance Writing and the 'New Invention' of Homosexuality," in Claude Summers, ed., Homosexuality in Renaissance and Enlightenment England, New York and london: Haworth Press, 1992, 9-40,

Callmann, Ellen, "The Growing Threat to Marital Bliss as Seen in Fifteenth-century Florentine Paintings," Studies in Iconography, 5, 1979, 84-86

Cameron, Keith, Louise Labé. Renaissance Poet and Feminist, New York: Berg, 1990

Campbell, Catherine, The French Procuress: Her Character in Renaissance Comedies, New York: Lang, 1985

Campbell. Stephen, "The Traffic in Muses: Painting and Poetry in Ferrara Around 1450," Gendered Contexts: New Dimensions in Italian Cultural Studies, ed. Julia Hairston, Laura Benedetti, Sylva Ross, New York: Peter Lang, 1995-6?

Carroll, Linda, "Who's on Top? Gender as Societal Power Configuration in Italian Renaissance Drama," Sixteenth Century Journal, 20, 4, 1989, 531-558

Carroll, Margaret, "The Erotics of Absolutism: Rubens and the Mystification of Sexual Violence", Representations, 25, 1989, 3-29; repr. in Norma Broude and Mary Garrard, eds., The Expanding Discourse: Feminism and Art History, New York: HarperCollins, 1992

Carroll, Margaret, article on Arnolfini Wedding, forthcoming, 1993

Casey, Paul, The Susanna Theme in German Literature, Bonn, 1976

Cent Nouvelles Nouvelles, trans. Judith Diner, New York, Garland, 1990

Cheney, Liana, "The Oyster in Dutch Genre Paintings: Moral or Erotic Symbolism", Artibus et Historiae, 15, 1987, 135-158

Chojnacka, Monica, Working Women of Early Modern Venice, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 2001

Chojnacki, Stanley, "'The Most Serious Duty': Motherhood, Gender, and Patrician Culture in Renaissance Venice," in Marilyn Migiel and Juliana Schiesari, Refiguring Woman: Perspectives on Gender and the Italian Renaissance, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1991, 133-154

Chojnacki, Stanley, "The Power of Love: Wives and Husbands in Late Medieval Venice," in Mary Erler and Maryanne Kowaleskim, eds., Women and Power in the Middle Ages, Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1988, 126-148

Chojnacki, Stanley, ed., "Bibliography" (of Recent Trends in Renaissance Studies: The Family, Marriage and Sex), Renaissance Quarterly, XL, 4, 1987, 752-761

Cholakian, Patricia Francis, Rape and Writing in the "Heptaméron" of Marguerite de Navarre, Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1991

Christensen, Ann Caroline, "Private Supper/Public Feast: Gender, Power, and Nurture in Early Modern England, Ph.D., U of Illinois, Urbana, DAI. 1992 May, 52:11, 3936A. DAI No.: DA9210766. [Shakespeare, Johnson]

Christiansen, Keith, "Lorenzo Lotto and the Tradition of Epithalamic Paintings", Apollo, 124, September 1986, 166-73

Ciletti, Elena, "Patriarchal Ideology in the Renaissance Iconography of Judith," in Marilyn Migiel and Juliana Schiesari, Refiguring Woman: Perspectives on Gender and the Italian Renaissance, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1991, 35-70

Clark, Anna, Women's Silence, Men's Violence: Sexual Assault in England, 1770-1845, London, 1987

Clark, S. L., and David Duewall, "'Give and Take: Good, Evil, and Language in Rebhun's Susanna", Euphorion, 75, 3, 1981, 325-341 [Rebhun: 1505-1546]

Clark, Sandra, "Hic Mulier, Haec Vir: The Controversy over Masculine Women", Studies in Philology, LXXXII, 2, 1985, 157-183

Cohen, Elizabeth, "'Courtesans' and 'whores': Words and Behaviour in Roman Streets," Women's Studies, 19, 2, 1991, 201-208 [early modern]

Cohen, Elizabeth,, "No Longer Virgins: Self-Presentation by Young Women in Late Renaissance Rome," in Marilyn Migiel and Juliana Schiesari, Refiguring Woman: Perspectives on Gender and the Italian Renaissance, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1991, 169-191 [rape]

Cohen, Elizabeth S. 'The trials of Artemisia Gentileschi: a rape as history', in: Sixteenth Century Journal 31, 2000, pp. 47-75

Correll, Barbara, "Malleable Material, Models of Power: Woman in Erasmus's 'Marriage Group' and 'Civility in Boys'," ELH, 57, 2, 1990, 241-262

Cotton, Nancy, "Castrating (w)itches: Impotence and Magic in 'The Merry Wives of Windsor'," Shakespeare Quarterly, 38, Autumn, 1987, 320-326

Cottrell, Robert, "Montaigne, Brantome et la courtisane Flora", Bulletin de la Société des Amis de Montaigne, 5, 2, 1972, 33-37

Coupe, William, The German Illustrated Broadsheet in the 17th Century, Baden-Baden, 1966, 39-64, 155-157, 178-179

Cox-Rearick, Janet, Bronzino's Chapel of Eleonora in the Palzzo Vecchio, Berkeley, 1992

Crenne, Hélisenne de, The Torments of Love, ed. Lisa Neal, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1996 [1538 French romance, female narrator; de Crenne is pseudonym for Marguerite Briet, major authoress and first French translator of the Aeneid, Books 1-4]

Cropper, Elizabeth, "On Beautiful Women: Parmigianino, Petrarchismo and the Vernacular Style", Art Bulletin, 58, 1976, 374-394

Cropper, Elizabeth, "The Beauty of Women: Problems in the Rhetoric of Renaissance Portraiture", in Margaret Ferguson, Maureen Quilligan and Nancy Vickers, eds., Rewriting the Renaissance: The Discourses of Sexual Difference in Early Modern Europe, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1986, 175-190

D'Avray, David, "The Gospel of the Marriage Feast of Cana and Marriage Preaching in France", in Katherine Walsh and Diana Wood, eds., The Bible in the Medieval World: Essays in Memory of Beryl Smalley, Oxford, 1985, 207-224

Davidson, Jane, "Great Black Goats and Evil Little Women: The Image of the Witch in Sixteenth-Century German Art", Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association, 6, 1985, 141-157

Davies, Rowena, "Britomart as 'Bona Mulier': Erasmian Influence upon the Icon of Isis", Notes and Queries, 32, 230, March, 1985, 25-27

Davis, Natalie Zemon, "Women in Politics," in A History of Women. III. Renaissance and Enlightenment Paradoxes, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1993, 167-184

Davis, Natalie Zemon, "Women on Top: Symbolic Sexual Inversion and Political Disorder in Early Modern Europe", in Barbara Babcock, ed., The Reversible World, Ithaca, 1978, 147-190; repr. in Davis, Society and Culture in Early Modern France, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1975,

Dawson, Anthony, "Women beware Women and the Economy of Rape," Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, 27, Spr. 1987, 303-320 [Middleton]

DeJean, Joan, Tender Geographies: Woman and the Origins of the Novel in France, Columbia UP 1991.

De Welles, Theodore, "Sex and Sexual Attitudes in 17th-Century England: The Evidence from Puritan Diaries", Renaissance and Reformation, 12, 1, 1988, 45-64

DeBoer, Willis, "Calvin on the Role of Women", in David Holwerda, ed., Exploring the Heritage of John Calvin, Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1976, 236-272

Dekker, Rudolph and Lotte van der Pol, The Tradition of Female Transvestism in Early Modern Europe, London: Macmillan, 1989

Della Neva, Joanna, "Daphne and the Laurel: Poetic Metamorphosis from Petrarch to Scève", idem, Song and Counter-Song: Scève's 'Delie' and Petrarch's 'Rime, Lexington: 1983, 69-84

DellaNeva, JoAnn, "Ravishing Beauties in the Amours of Ronsard: Rape, Mythology, and the Petrarchist Tradition," Neophilologus, 73, 1, 1989, 23-35

Dempsey, Charles, The Portrayal of Love: Botticelli's Primavera and Humanist Culture at the Time of Lorenzo the Magnificent, Princeton: PUP, 1992

Diefendorf, Barbara, "Family Culture, Renaissance Culture", Renaissance Quarterly, XL, 4, 1987, 661-681

Diner, Judith, "Filling In and Fleshing Out the Feminine Figure: Innovative Representations of Women in Les Cent nouvelles nouvelles", in Edelgard DuBruck, ed., New Images of Medieval Women, Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, 1989, 19-45

Diner, Judith, "The Courtly-Comic Style of Les Cent Nouvelles nouvelles", Romance Philology, 1988?

Dixon, Laurinda, Perilous Chastity: Women and Medicine in Pre-Enlightenment Art and Medicine, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1995 [hysteria, lovesickness, etc.]

Doloff, Steven, "'Cry you mercy, I took you for a joint-stool': A Note on King Lear's Ttrial of the Chairs (," Notes and Queries, 36, Sept. 1989, 331-332

Donaldson, Ian, The Rapes of Lucretia. A Myth and Its Transformations, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1982

Drew-Bear, Annette, "Cosmetics and Attitudes Towards Women in the Seventeenth-Century", Journal of Popular Culture, 9, 1, pp. 31-37

Drew-Bear, Annette, Painted Faces on the Renaissance Stage, Bucknell University Press, 1994

Du Bois, Page Ann, "The Devil's Gateway: Women's Bodies and the Earthly Paradise," Women's Studies, 7, 1980, 43-58

Dugan, Eileen, "The Funeral Sermon as a Key to Familial Values in Early Modern Nördlingen," Sixteenth-Century Journal, 20, 4, 1989, 631-644

Dundas, Judith, "Mocking the Mind: The Role of Art in Shakespeare's 'Rape of Lucrece'", Sixteenth Century Journal, 14, 1, 1983, 13-22 [painting description]

El-Gabalawy, Saad, "The Trend of Naturalism in Libertine Poetry of the Later English Renaissance", Renaissance and Reformation, 12, 1, 1988, 35-44

Elyot, Sir Thomas, Defence of Good Women, 1540

Emison, Patricia, "Eva/Ave at the National Gallery of Art (Washington, DC)", Print Collector's Newsletter, 22, March/April 1991, 1-5

Emison, Patricia, "The Singularity of Raphael's 'Lucretia," Art History, 14, 3, 1991, 372-398 [rape}

Erasmus, Colloquies, ed. Craig Thompson: Courtship, 86-98; The Girl with No Interest in Marriage, 99-111; The Repentant Girl, 111-114; Marriage, 114-127; The Young Man and the Harlot, 153-158; The New Mother, 267-285; A Marriage in Name Only, 401-411; The Lower House, or the Council of Women, 441-446.

Erasmus, Writings on Women, U of Toronto Press, 1996

Estes, Leland, "Incarnations of Evil: Changing Perspectives on the European Witch Craze (and the Influence of Dogmatic Theology)," Clio, 13, Winter, 1984, 133-147

Estes, Leland, "Reginald Scot and His Discoverie of Witchcraft: Religion and Science in the Opposition to the European Witch Craze," Church History, 52, Dec. 1983, 444-456

Estes, Leland, "The Medical Origins of the European Witch Craze: a Hypothesis," Journal of Social History, 17, Winter, 1983, 271-284

Estrin, Barbara, Laura: Uncovering Gender and Genre in Wyatt, Donne, and Marvell, Duke, 1994 [first word of title may be incorrect]

Evan, Yael, "The Heroine as Hero in Michelangelo's Art", Woman's Art Journal, 11, Spring/Summer 1990, 29-33

Even, Yael, "The Loggia dei Lanzi: A Showcase of Female Subjugation,": ; repr. in Norma Broude and Mary Garrard, eds., The Expanding Discourse: Feminism and Art History, New York: HarperCollins, 1992

Ferguson, Margaret, Maureen Quilligan, and Nancy Vickers, eds., Rewriting the Renaissance: The Discourses of Sexual Difference in Early Modern Europe, Chicago, 1986, (with good biblio)

Ferrand, Jacques, "A Treatise on Lovesickness", Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1989

Ferraro, Joanne, Marriage Wars in Late Renaissance Venice, Oxford, 2001

Fildes, Valerie, ed., Women as Mothers in Pre-Industrial England, London and New York, 1990

Findlen, Paula, "Humanism, Politics and Pornography in Renaissance Italy," in Lynn Hunt, ed., The Invention of Pornography, 1992

Finke, Laurie, "Painting Women: Images of Femininity in Jacobean Tragedy," Theatre Journal, 36, Oct. 1984, 357-370

Finucci, Valeria, The Laady Vanishes: Subjectivity and Representation in Castiglione and Ariosto, Stanford, 1992

Finucci, Valeria, "Jokes on Women: Triangular Pleasures in Castiglione and Freud", Exemplaria, 4/1, Spring 1992, 51-80

Firenzuola, Agnolo, Of the Beauty of Women: Dialogue by Messer Agnolo Firenzuola, trans. Clara Bell, London: Osgood, 1892

Fisher, Sheila and Janet Halley, (see MEDIEVAL)

Flachmann, “Michael, “The First Epistolary Novel: The Image of Idleness (1555),” Studies in Philology, 87, 1990, 1-74 [anti-feminist diatribe]

Fleming, Juliet, "The Ladies' Man and the Age of Elizabeth," in James Turner, ed., Sexuality and Gender in Early Modern Europe. Institutions, Texts, Images, Cambridge Un Press, 1993, 158-181

Fleming, Ray, "Happy Endings? Resisting Women and the Economy of Love in Day Five of Boccaccio's Decameron," Italica, 70, 1993, 30-45 [Nastagio]

Fletcher, Anthony, Gender, Sex and Subordination in England, 1500-1800, Yale, 1996 [best overview]

Fragonard's drawing of Candaules's wife: Gazette des Beaux-Arts, Dec. 1988

France: Women in 17th c. Literature: Backer, Beasley, DeJean, Lougee

Franits, Wayne, "The Family Saying Grace: A Theme in Dutch Art of the 17th Century", Simiolus, 16, 1, 1986, 36-49

Franits, Wayne, English review of E. de Jongh, "Portretten van echt en trouw; huwelijk en gezin in de Nederlandse kunst van de zeventiende eeuw", Oud Holland, 102/3, 1988, 249-56

Frantz, David, Festum Voluptatis: A Study of Renaissance Erotica, Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1989

Freccero, Carla, "Economy, Woman and Renaissance Discourse," in Marilyn Migiel and Juliana Schiesari, Refiguring Woman: Perspectives on Gender and the Italian Renaissance, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1991, 192-210 [Alberti]

Freccero, Carla, "Rape's Disfiguring Figures: Marguerite da Navarre's 'Heptameron' Day 1:10," in Rape and Representation, ed. Lynn Higgins and Brenda Silver, New York: Columbia University Press, 1991,

Freccero, Carla, "The Insistence of the Letter: Women in the Text of Rabelais," Literature and Psychology, 32, 4, 1986, 18-29

French, Tita, "A Badge of Fame': Shakespeare's Rhetorical Lucretia", Explorations in Renaissance Culture, 10, 1984, 97-106 [rape]

Frick, Carole, Dressing a Renaissance City: Economics, Fashion, and Social Place in Renaissance Florence, Baltimore, 2003

Frye, Susan, Elizabeth I, Oxford, 199X [best study of E's self-epresentations]

Fulton, Christopher, "The Boy Stripped Bare by His Elders: Art and Adolescence in Renaissance Florence," Art Journal, 56, 2, 1997, 31-40 [for a more historical view of homosexual culture in Florence, see Rocke

Gabbard, Christopher, “Gender Stereotypes in Early Modern Travel Writing on Holland,” Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, Jan, 2003

Gaietto, M. Merici, "Investigation of Marian Symbols Found in Courtly Art of the Late Gothic Period", Ph.D., Ohio University, Athens, 1969

Gallop, J., "Writing a Letter with Vermeer," October, 33, summer, 1985

Garner, Shirley Nelson, "'Let Her Paint an Inch Thick': Painted Ladies in Renaissance Drama and Society," Renaissance Drama, 1989, 20, 123-139. [cosmetics]

Garrard, Mary, "Artemesia Gentileschi's 'Corsica and the satyr'," BM, Jan 1993, 34-38

Garrard, Mary, "Leonardo da Vinci: Female Portraits, Female Nature," in Norma Broude and Mary Garrard, eds., The Expanding Discourse: Feminism and Art History, New York: HarperCollins, 1992,

Garrard, Mary, Artemisia Gentileschi, Princeton: Pr. Un. Pr., 1989

Gibson, Walter, "Bruegel, 'Dulle Griet', and Sexist Politics in the Sixteenth Century", in Otto von Simson and Mathias Winner, eds., Pieter Bruegel und seine Welt, Berlin, 1979, 9-16

Gibson, Walter. "Some Flemish Popular Prints from Hieronymous Cock and His Contemporaries", Art Bulletin, LX, 4, Dec., 1978, pp. 673-681 [battle for trousers]

Gijawijt-Hofstra, Marijke, "The European Witchcraft Debate and the Dutch Variant," Social History, 15, May, 1990, 181-194 [review]

Gilboa, Anat, Images of the Feminine in Rembrandt’s Work, Delft: Eburon, 2003

Ginzburg, Carlo, new book on witches sabbath, 1991

Goffen, Rona, "Titian's 'Sacred and Profane Love and Marriage'," ; repr. in Norma Broude and Mary Garrard, eds., The Expanding Discourse: Feminism and Art History, New York: HarperCollins, 1992

Gold, Barbara, et al, eds., Sex and Gender in Medieval and Renaissance Texts: The latin Tradition, Albany, 1997

Goldberg, J. "Fatherly Authority: The Politics of Stuart Family Images," in Margaret Ferguson, Maureen Quilligan and Nancy Vickers, eds., Rewriting the Renaissance: The Discourses of Sexual Difference in Early Modern Europe, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1986, Ferguson, 1986, 3-32

Goldberg, Jonathan, Sodometries: Renaissance Texts, Modern Sexualities, Stanford, 1992

Goldsmith, Elizabeth and Dena Goodman, eds., Going Public: Women and Publishing in Early Modern France, Ithaca: Cornell, 1995

Goodman, Elise, Rubens. The Garden of Love as Conversatie à la mode, Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 1992

Goodman-Soellner, Elise, "Poetic Interpretations of the 'Lady at Her Toilette' Theme in Sixteenth-Century Painting", Sixteenth-Century Journal, 14, 4, 1983, 426-442

Goodman-Soellner, Elise, "Rubens's Conversatie a la Mode:" Garden of Leisure, Fashion, and Gallantry", Art Bulletin, LXIV, June, 1982, 247-258

Goodman-Soellner, Elise, "The Landscape on the Wall in Vermeer", Konsthistorisk Tidskrift, 1989 (ms.)

Gossy, Mary, The Untold Story: Women and Theory in Golden Age Texts, Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan Press, 1989 [rev. RQ, XLIV, 1, 1991]

Gottlieb, Beratrice, "The Problem of Feminism in the Fifteenth Century," in Women of the Medieval World, eds. Julius Kirschner and Suzanne Wemple, Oxford: Blackwell, 1985, 337-364

Grafton, Anthony and Lisa Jardine, "Women Humanists: Education for What?," in Humanism and the Humanities: Education and the Liberal Arts in Fifteenth and Sixteenth-century Europe, Cambridge, Mass, 1986, 29-57

Gray, Floyd, Gender, Rhetoric, and Print Culture in French Renaissance Writing, Cambridge Un Press, 2000

Grieco, Sara Mathews, "Georgette de Montenay: A Different Voice in 16th-Century Emblematics," Renaissance Quarterly, 47, 4, 1994, 793-871

Grieco, Sara Mathews, "The Body, Appearance, and Sexuality," in A History of Women. III. Renaissance and Enlightenment Paradoxes, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1993, 46-84

Grootkerk, Paul, "Occult Eroticism in Fantastic Art of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries", Eros in the Minds Eye. New York: Greenwood, 1986

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

Gundersheimer, Werner, "Bartolommeo Goggio: A Feminist in Renaissance Ferrara," Renaissance Quarterly, 33, 1980, 175-200

Gutierrez, Nancy, "Philomela Strikes Back: Adultery and Mutilation as Female Self-assertion," Women's Studies, 16, 3/4, 1989, 429-443 [early modern English drama]

Hahn, Cynthia, "'Joseph Will Perfect, Mary Enlighten, and Jesus Save Thee': The Holy Family as Marriage Model in the Merode Triptych", Art Bulletin, LXVIII, 1, 1986, 54-66

Hall, David, "Witchcraft and the Limits of Interpretation," New England Quarterly, 58, June, 1985, 253-261

Hall, Kim, Things of Darkness. Economies of Race and Gender in Early Modern England, Ithaca: Cornell Universioty Press, 1996

Hall, Marcia and Leo Steinberg, "Who's Who in Michelangelo's 'Creation of Adam'," Art Bulletin, 75, 2, 1993, 340-344 [letters debating identity of woman under God's arm]

Hamburger (MEDIEVAL)

Hammill, Graham, Sexuality and Form: Caravaggio, Marlowe, and Bacon. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2000

Harbison, Craig, "Lucas van Leyden, the Magdalen, and the Problem of Secularization in Early 16th Century Northern Art", Oud Holland, 98, 3, 1984, 117-129

Harbison, Craig, "Sexuality and Social Standing in Jan van Eyck's Arnolfini Double Portrait," Renaissance Quarterly, XLIII, 2, 1990, 249-291

Hardwick, Julie, The Practice of Patriarchy: Gender and the Politics of Household Authority in Early Modern France, Penn State Univ Press, 1998 [use for La Tour]

Harley, David, "Historians as Demonologists: The Myth of the Midwife Witch," Social History of Medicine, 3, 1, 1990, 1-26

Harran, Don, “Guido Casoni on Love as Music: A Theme ‘for All Ages and Studies’,” Renaissance Quarterly, LIV, 3, 2001, 883-913

Harrington, Joel, "Hausvater and Landesvater: The Patriarchal Alliance and Its 'Restoration' of Marital Order in Sixteenth-Century Germany," [AHA paper, 1990, Vanderbilt University]

Harris, Tim, "The Bawdy House Riots of 1668," Historical Journal, 29, Sept. 1986, 537-556

Harth, Erica, Cartesian Women,

Haselkorn, Anne M., Prostitution in Elizabethan and Jacobean Comedy, Troy, NY: Whitston, 1983

Heiko Oberman, Masters of the Reformation, Oxford, 1981, 158-183

Held, Julius, "Flora, Goddess and Courtesan", in De artibus opuscula: Essays in Honor of Erwin Panofsky, ed. Millard Meiss, New York, 1961, 201-218

Helisenne de Crenne, A Renaissance Woman. Helisenne’s Personal and Invective Letters, trans. and eds. by Marianna Mustacchi and Paul Archambault, Syracuse University Press, 1986

Heller, Ricki, "Opposites of Wifehood: Eve and Dalila," Milton Studies, 24, 1988, 187-202

Henderson, Diana, Passion Made Publick: Elizabethan Lyric, Gender, and Performance, Urbana, 1995

Henderson, Katherine Usher and Barbara F. McManus, Half Humankind. Contexts and Texts of the Controversy about Women in England, 1540-1640, Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1985

Hendricks, Margo and Patricia Parker, eds., Women, "Race," and Writing in the Early Modern Period, Routledge, 1994

Herlihy, David, "Did Women Have a Renaissance? A Reconsideration," Medievalia et Humanistica, 13, 1985, 1-22

Herlihy, David, Tuscans and Their Families, New Haven, 1985

Hester, Marianne, Lewd Women and Wicked Witches, London, 1992

Hickey, Sally, "Fatal Feeds? Plants, Livestock Losses and Witchcraft Accusations in Tudor and Stuart Britain," Folklore, 101, 2, 1990, 131-142

Hieatt, A. Kent, "Hans Baldung Grien's Ottawa Eve and its Context", Art Bulletin, LXV, 2, 1983, 290-304

Hoak, Dale, "Art, Culture, and Mentality in Renaissance Society: The Meaning of Hans Baldung Grien's Bewitched Groom (1544)", Renaissance Quarterly, 38, 3, 1985, 488-510

Hoak, Dale, "Witchcraft and Women in the Art of the Renaissance", History Today, 21, 1981, 22-26

Hodgkin, Katherine, "Thomas Whythorne and the Problem of Mastery," History Workshop, 29, 1990, 20-41 [ideology/politics of self-control]

Hoffmeister, Gerhart, "Engel, Reufel, oder Opfer: Zur Auffassung der Frau in der sentimentalen Erzählung zwischen Renaissance und Aufklärung", Monatshefte, 69, 1977, 150-158

Hoffmeister, Gerhart, "The Snow-White Mistress: A Petrarchist Topis in German Baroque Lyrics," in Aldo Scaglione, ed., Francis Petrarch: Six Centuries later, Chapel Hill and Chicago, 1975, 438ff

Horowitz, Maryanne Cline, "The Woman Question in Renaissance Texts", History of European Ideas, 8, 4-5, 1987, 587-595

Horwich, R., “Wives, Courtesans, and the Economics of Love in Jacobean City Comedy,” Comparative Drama, 7, 1973-4, 291-309

Howell, Martha, Women, Production and Patriarchy in Late Medieval Cities, Chicago: Univer. of Ch. Press, 1986 [Leiden and Cologne]

Hughes, Diane Owen, "Representing the Family: Portraits and Purposes in Early Modern Italy", Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 17, Summer 1986, 7-38

Hughes, Merritt, “Spenser’s Acrasis and the Circe of the Renaissance” Journal of the History of Ideas, 4, 1943, 381-399

Hull, Isabel, Sexuality, State and Civil Society in Germany 1700-1815, Cornell Univ Press, 1996 [w. excellent chapter on late medieval and early modern Germany]

Hults, Linda, "Baldung and the Witches of Freiburg: The Evidence of Images", Journal of Interdisciplinary History, XVIII, 2, Autumn, 1987, 249-276

Hults, Linda, "Baldung's 'Bewitched Groom' Revisited", Sixteenth-Century Journal, XV, 3, 1984, 259-79

Hults, Linda, "Dürer's Lucretia: Speaking the Silence of Women," Signs, 16, Winter, 1991, 205-37 [rape]

Hults, Linda, "Hans Baldung Grien's 'Weather Witches' in Frankfurt", Pantheon, 40, 1982, 124-130

Ingen, Ferdinand van, "Frauentugend und Tugendexempel: Zum 'Frauenzimmer-Spiegel' der Hieronymus Ortelius und Philipp von Zesens biblischen Frauenporträts", in Martin Bircher, Jorg-Ulrich Fechner, and Gerd Hillen, eds., Barocker Lust-Spiegel: Studien zur Literatur des Barock, Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1984, 345-383

Irwin, J., "Society and the Sexes", in Stephen Ozment, ed., Reformation Europe: A Guide to Research, St. Louis, 1982, 343-359

Jacobs, Frederika, “Aretino and Michelangelo, Dolce and Titian: Femmina, Masculo, Grazia,” Art Bulletin, LXXXII, 1, March 2000, 51-67Jardine, Lisa, "'O decus Italiae virgo', or, The Myth of the Learned Lady in the Renaissance," Historical Journal, 28, Dec. 1985, 799-819

Jardine, Lisa, Still Harping on Daughters. Women and Drama in the Age of Shakespeare, Sussex: Harvester Press and New Jersey: Barnes and Noble Books, 1983

Jeay, Madeleine, "Sexuality and Family in 15th-Century France: Are Literary Sources a Mask or a Mirror?", Journal of Family History, IV, 1979, 328-345

Jed, Stephanie, "Chastity on the Page: A Feminist Use of Paleography," in Marilyn Migiel and Juliana Schiesari, Refiguring Woman: Perspectives on Gender and the Italian Renaissance, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1991, 114-132 [Rape of Lucretia, humanism, gender and writing]

Jed, Stephanie, Chaste Thinking: The Rape of Lucretia and the Birth of Humanism, Bloomington: In. Un. Pr., 1989

Jed, Stephanie, "Making History Straight: Collecting and Recording in Sixteenth-Century Italy,' in Reconfiguring the Renaissance, ed. Jonathan Crewe, Lewisburg: Bucknell Univ. Prss, 1992, 104-120

Jernigan, Charles, "'Arma', 'arme', 'arm': The Literary Use of a Bawdy Pun in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance", 15th-Century Studies, 5, 1982, 99-116 [penis as "weapon"]

John, Lisle, The Elizabethan Sonnet Sequence, NR: Columbia Un. Press, 1938, conceits discussed on pp. 143-166 include blonde hair (143-145), woman as flower (146-149), sun and stars (150-159); gems (159-160); lady as queen ((162); saint (163-4); index pp. 196-197

Jones, Ann Rosalind and Peter Stallybrass, "Courtship and Courtiership: The Politics of 'Astrophil and Stella," SEL, 24, 1984, 53-68

Jones, Ann Rosalind, "Suprising Frame: Renaissance Gender Ideologies and Women's Lyric" in Nancy K. Miller, ed., The Poetics of Gender, New York: Columbia University Press, 1986, 74-95

Jones, Ann Rosalind, The Currency of Eros: Women's Love Lyric in Europe, 1540-1620, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1990

Jonghe, Eddy de, Portretten van echt en trouw. Huwelijk en gezin in de Nederlandse kunst van de zeventiende eeuw, Haarlem, 1986 (333 pp, ca. 250 illus)

Jordan, Constance, "Feminism and the Humanists: The Case of Sir Thomas Elyot's 'Defense of Good Women'", in Ferguson, Margaret, Maureen Quilligan, and Nancy Vickers, eds., Rewriting the Renaissance: The Discourses of Sexual Difference in early Modern Europe, Chicago, 1986, 242-258

Jordan, Constance, "Woman's Rule in Sixteenth-Century British Political Thought", Renaissance Quarterly, XL, 3, 1987, 421-451

Jordan, Constance, Renaissance Feminism: Literary Texts and Political Models, Ithaca: Cornell Univ. Press, 1990

Junkermann, Anne Christine, Bellissima Donna. Venetian Sensuous Half-Length Images of the Renaissance, Cambridge University Press, 1994

Junkerman, Anne, “The Lady and the Laurel: Gender and Meaning in Giorgione’s Laura,” Oxford Art Journal, 16, 1993, 49-58

Kahr, Madilyn, "Velasquez's 'Las Hilanderas': A New Interpretation", Art Bulletin, LXII, 3, 1980, 376-384 (virtuous sewing, Lucretia)

Karant-Nunn, Susan, "A Women's Rite: Churching and the Lutheran Reformation," forthcoming in 1992-3

Karlsen, R., The Devil in the Shape of a Woman, NY, 1988 [witchcraft]

Kaufman, Michael, "Spare Ribs: The Conception of Women in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance," Soundings 56, 1973, 139-163

Kaufmann, Lynn Frier, The Noble Savage: Satyrs and Satyr Families in Renaissance Art, Ann Arbor, 1984

Kavaler, Ethan Matt, "Erotische elementen in de markttaferelen van Beuckelaer, Aertsen, en hun tijdgenoten" in Joachim Beuckelaer, exhibition catalogue, Museum of Fine Art, Ghent, 1987, 18-26 ["Erotic Imagery in the Market Paintings of Beuckelaer, Aertsen, and their Contemporaries", English ms. available]

Kavaler, Ethan Matt, Rubens's Rape of the Sabines, Antwerp Museum Yearbook, 1987

Keller, Abraham, "Montaigne and Women: A Position Paper", Papers on French Seventeenth Century Literature, 14, 1, 1981, 69-82

Kelly, Henry Angar, "The Metamorphoses of the Eden Serpent During the Middle Ages and the Renaissance," Viator, 2, 1971,

Kelly, Joan, "Did Women Have a Renaissance," in idem, Women, History and Theory, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1984, 19-50

Kelly, Joan, "Early Feminist Theory and the 'Querelle des femmes', 1400-1789," in idem, Women, History and Theory, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1984,

Kemp, Martin, "Leonardo da Vinci: Science and the Poetic Impulse", Journal of the Royal Society of the Arts, 143, 1985, 196-213

Kent, Dale, “Women in Renaissance Florence,”, in Virtue and Beauty. Leonardo’s Ginevra de’ Benci and Renaissance Portraits of Women, Washington, DC: National Gallery, 2002, pp. 25-48

Kesler, R., "The Idealization of Women: Morphology and Change in Three Renaissance Texts," Mosaic, 23, Spr. 1990, 107-126

Kettering, Alison, "Ter Borch's Ladies in Satin," Art History, 16, 1, March, 1993, 95-124

Kettering, Allison McNeil, "Gentlemen in Satin: Masculine Ideals in Later 17th-Century Dutch Portraiture," Art Journal, 56, 2, 1997, 41-47

Kettering, Allison. "The Pastoral Courtesan", idem., The Dutch Arcadia, Montclair, 1983, 45-62

King, Catherine, Renaissance Woman Patrons, Manchester Un Press, 1998

King, John, "Queen Elizabeth I: Representations of a Virgin Queen," Renaissance Quarterly, XLIII, 1, 1990, 30-74

King, John, "The Godly Woman in Elizabethan Iconography," Renaissance Quarterly, 38, 1, 1985, 41-84

King, Margaret, "Caldiera and the Barbaros on Marriage and the Family: Humanist Reflections of Venetian Realities," Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 6, 1976, 19-50

King, Margaret, "Personal, Domestic, and Republican Values in the Moral Philosophy of Giovanni Caldiera," Renaissance Quarterly, 28, 4, 1975, 535-574

King, Margaret, Her Immaculate Hand: Selected Texts by and about the Women Humanists in Renaissance Italy, Binghampton, 1983

King, Margaret, Women of the Renaissance, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991

Kirkham, Victoria, “Poetic Ideals of Love and Beauty,” in Virtue and Beauty. Leonardo’s Ginevra de’ Benci and Renaissance Portraits of Women, Washington, DC: National Gallery, 2002, pp. 49-62Klaits, Joseph, Servants of Satan: The Age of the Witch Hunts, Bloomington: Indiana University Pres, 1985

Klapisch-Zuber, Christiane, "Blood Parents and Milk Parents: Wet Nursing in Florence, 1300-1500," idem, Women, Family and Ritual, 132-164

Klapisch-Zuber, Christiane, Women, Family, and Ritual in Renaissance Italy, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1985

Klassen, John, "Women and Religious Reform in Late Medieval Bohemia", Renaissance and Reformation, 5, 4, 1981, 203-221 [satire]

Kleckhefr, Richard, European Witch Trials. Los Angeles: Univ. of California Press, 1976

Knoppers, Laura Lunger, "'Sung and Proverb'd for a Fool': Samson Agonistes and Solomon's Harlot," Milton Studies, 26, 1991, 239-251

Koerner, Joseph Leo, "The Mortification of the Image: Death as a Hermeneutic in Hans Baldung Grien", Representations, 10, Spring, 1985, 52-101

Kors, Alan C. and Peters, Edward, Witchcraft in Europe 1100-1700. Philadelphia: Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 1972

Kritzman, Lawrence, "My Body, My Text: Montaigne and the Rhetoric of Sexuality", Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 13, 1, 1983, 75-89

Kritzman, Lawrence, The Rhetoric of Sexuality and the Literature of the French Renaissance, New York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991

Kupisz, Kazimierz, "La Mal Mariée et 'l'Heptaméron': Contribution à la histoire d'un thème littéraire", Zeitschrift für Romanische Philologie, 21, 1, 1978, 23-40

Kuryluk, Ewa, Veronica and Her Cloth, Basil Blackwell, 1992 [medieval-renaissance]

Lacroix, M. and M. T. Wright, eds., The Hundred Tales: New York: Crown Publishers, trans. Rossell Hope Robbins, 1960

Ladurie, Emmanuel Le Roy, Jasmin's Witch: An Investigation into Witchcraft amd Magic in South-west France During the Seventeenth Century, London, 1987

Larner, Christina, Witchcraft a Religion-the Politics of Popular Belief. New York: Basil Blackwell, 1984

Larsen, Anne, "Comedy and Morality in Philippe de Vigneulles' Tales: The Husband as Victim and Victor", USF Language Quarterly, 20, 3-4, 1982, 11-14 [Vigneulles: 1471-1527]

Larsen, Anne, "Reading/Writing and Gender in the Renaissance: The Case of Catherine des Roches (1542-1587)" Symposium, 41, 4, 1987-8, 292-307 [spinning, weaving, writing]

Lawner, Lynne, Lives of the Courtesans: Portraits of the Renaissance, New York: Rizzoli, 1987

Lazzaro, Claudia, "The Visual Language of Gender in Sixteenth-Century Garden Sculpture," in Marilyn Migiel and Juliana Schiesari, Refiguring Woman: Perspectives on Gender and the Italian Renaissance, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1991, 71-113 [Ceres, Venus, breasts, mother nature, sleeping nymphs]

Lea, Kathleen, "Conceits", Modern Language Review, 20, 1925, 389-407

Lebègue, Raymond, "La Fidélité conjugale dans 'l'Heptaméron'", in Lionello Sozzi, ed., La Nouvelle françaises à la Renaissance, Geneva: Slatkine, 1981, 425-433

Lee, Sidney, A Life of William Shakespeare, 112-128: "The Borrowed Conceits of the Sonnets"

Lefaivre, Liane, "Eros, Architecture and the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili," Architectural Publishing, 1990??

Lehman, Harmut, "The Persecution of Women as Restoration of Order: the Case of Germany, 1590s-1650s", Central European History, 21, 107 [witchcraft]

Lenz, Carolyn Ruth Swift, Gayle Greene and Carol Thomas Neely, eds., The Woman's Part: Feminist Criticism of Shakespeare, Urbana: University of Illinios, 1980

Lerack, Brian P., The Witch-Hunt in Early Modern Europe. New York: Longman, 1987

Lerner, Julianna Kitty, "Rabelais and Women", Ph.D., City University of New York, 1976, [DAI 37: 1595A]

Levin, Carole and Patricia Sullivan, eds., Political Rhetoric, Power, and Renaissance Women, Albany: SUNY Press, 1995

Levy, Janey, "The Erotic Engravings of Sebald and Barthel Beham: A German Interpretation of a Renaissance Subject", in Stephen Goddard, ed., The World in Miniature: Engravings by the German Little Masters, 1500-1550, Lawrence, 1988

Lougee, Carolyn, Le Paradis des femmes: Women, Salons and Social Stratification in Seventeenth-Century France, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1976

Lucas, R. Valerie, "Hic Mulier: The Female Transvestite in Early Modern England", Renaissance and Reformation, 12, 1, 1988, 65-84

Lunenfeld, Marvin, "The Royal Image: Symbol and Paradigm in Portraits of Early Modern Female Sovereigns and Regents," Gazette des Beaux Arts, April, 1981, 157-161

MacDonald, Michael, ed., Witchcraft and Hysteria in Elizabethan London: Edward Jordan and the Mary Glover Case, New York: Routledge, Chapman and Hall, 1991

Macek, Ellen, "The Emergence of a Feminine Spirituality in 'The Book of Martyrs'", Sixteenth-Century Journal, 19, 1, 1988, 63-80

MacLean, Andrew, "Another English Translation of Erasmus' 'Coniugium': Snawsel's 'Looking Glasse for Maried Folkes' (1610)", Moreana, 43-44, 1974, 55-64

MacLean, Ian, The Renaissance Notion of Woman, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1980

MacLean, Ian, Woman Triumphant: Feminism in French Literature, 1610-1652, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1977

Manca, Joseph, "Sacred vs. Profane: Images of Sexual Vice in Renaissance Art," Studies in Iconography, 13, 1989-90, 145-190

Manca, Joseph, “Blond Hair as a Mark of Nobility in Ferrarese Portraiture of the Quattrocento,” Musei ferraresi, 17, 1990-91, 51-60

Mandell, Laura, "Bawds and Merchants: Engendering Capitalist Desires," ELH, 1992 Spring, 59:1, 107-23.

Mann, Lindsay, "The Typology of Women in Donne's 'Anniversaries'", Renaissance and Reformation, 11, 4, 1987, 337-350

Manning, Bertina Suida, “The Transformation of Circe: The Significance of the Sorceress Theme in 17th Century Genoese Painting,” in Scritti di storia dell’arte in onore di Federico Zeri, Electa and Getty Trust, 1984, vol 2, 689-708

Marcus, Millicenmt, "Misogyny as Misreading: A Gloss on Decameron VIII.7," Stanford Italian Review, 4, 1984, 23-40

Marguerite de Navarre, The Heptameron, New York, 1984

Marotti, Arthur, “Love is Not Love: Elizabethan Sonnet Sequences and the Social Order,” English Literary History, 49, 1982, 396-428

Marshall, Sherrin, ed., Women in Reformation and Counter-Reformation Europe, Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press, 1989

Marshall, Sherrin, The Dutch Gentry, 1500-1650: Family, Faith and Fortune, New York, Westport: Greenwood Press, 1987

Martin, A. Lynn, Alcohol, Sex and Gender in Late Medieval and early Modern Europe, 2001

Martin, Ruth, Witchcraft and the Inquisition in Venice 1550-1650, Oxford, 1989

Martinez, Ronald, "The Pharmacy of Machiavelli: Roman Lucretia in 'Mandragola'", Renaissance Drama, 14, 1983, 1-43

Matalene, H. W., "What Happens in The Country-Wife", Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 22, 3, 1982, 395-411 [Montaigne]

Matchinske, Megan, Writing, Gender, and the State in Early Modern England, Cambridge Un Press, 1998

Mathieu-Castellani, Gisèle, "La Métamorphose animale dans la poésie amoureuses de l'âge baroque", in Gisèle Mathieu-Castellani, ed., La Métamorphose dans la poésie baroque française et anglaise: Variations et résurgences, Tübingen: Narr, 1980, 21-32 [poetry: 1570-1620]

Maus, Katherine Eisaman, "Taking Tropes Seriously: Language and Violence in Shakespeare's 'Rape of Lucrece'," Shakespeare Quarterly, 37, Spring 1986, 66-82

McColley, Diane, "Recent Studies in Milton and the Sexes," ANQ, 2, July 1989, 110-120

McGowan, Margaret, Ideal Forms in the Age of Ronsard, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1985, 159-208 [female beauty in art and literature]

McLeod, Glenda, (see GENERAL)

Meadow, Mark A., "The Observant Pedestrian and Albrecht Dürer's 'Promenade'", Art History, 15/2, June 1992, 197-222 [mismatched couple and death]

Medwick, Catherine, Teresa of Avila, 1999

Meijer, Bert W., "On Dirck Berendsz and Venice", Oud Holland, 102/2, 1988, 141-54

Merrick, Jeffrey, "Royal Bees: The Gender Politics of the Beehive in Early Modern Europe," Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 18, 1988, 7-37

Merrix, Robert, "The Vale of Lillies and the Bower of Bliss: Soft Core Pornography in Elizabethan Poetry," JPC, 19, 4, 1984,

Mesenzeva, Charmian, "Zum Problem: Dürer und die Antike. (Albrecht Dürers Kupferstich Die Hexe)," Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte, 46, 2, 1983, 187-202

Michel, Robert, "English Attitudes Towards Women, 1640-1700," Canadian Journal of History, 13, 1978, 35-60

Midelfort, Erik H.C., Witchhunting in Southwestern Europe- 1562-1684 the Social and Intellectual Foundations. Stanford: Stanford Univ. Press, 1972

Migiel, Marilyn and Juliana Schiesari, Refiguring Woman: Perspectives on Gender and the Italian Renaissance, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1991

Migiel, Marilyn, "The Dignity of Man: A Feminist Perspective," in Marilyn Migiel and Juliana Schiesari, eds., Refiguring Woman: Perspectives on Gender and the Italian Renaissance, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1991, 211-232

Miles (General)

Millen, Ronald and Robert Wolf, Heroic Deeds and Mystic Figures: A New Reading of Rubens 'Life of Maria de' Medici', Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1989

Miller, Clarence, “The Dioscuri in Ben Jonson’s Cary-Morison Ode,” English Language Notes, 37, 4, 2000, 21-29

Mirollo, James, Mannerism and Renaissance Poetry, New Haven, 1984 (ch. 3: "Visage and Veil: The bel viso and the bel velo"; ch. 4: "Hand and Glove: The bella mano and the caro guanto")

Mobius, Helga, Women of the Baroque Age, Montclair: Abner Schram Ltd., 1984

Moffitt, John, "The Fifteen Emblematic Genre-Scenes' in the 'Nova Poemata (1624)," Konsthistorisk Tidskrift, 58, 4, 1989, 157-165 [genre turned into erotic metaphor]

Monga, Luigi, "Misogyny or Feminism: A Topos in the Early Renaissance Novella", Fifteenth-Century Studies, 10, 1984, 121-133 [M. de Navarre's "Heptaméron"]

Monter, William, "European Witchcraft: A Moment of Synthesis?" Historical Journal, 31, March, 1988, 183-185

Monter, William, "Protestant Wives, Catholic Saints and the Devil's Handmaid: Women in the Age of the Reformation," Becoming Visible: Women in European History, eds. Renate Bridenthal, Claudia Koonz, and Susan Stuard, Boston: Houghton Miflin, 1987,

Moore, Cornelia Niekus, The Maiden's Mirror: Reading Material for German Girls in Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, Wolfenbüuttel Forschungen, Band 36, Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 1987 (DM 87)

Morris, Patricia Anne, "The Role of Women in Politics and Social Life as Viewed by Marguerite de Navarre in the 'Heptaméron' and Her Secular Drama", Ph.D., City University of New York, 1978, [DAI 39: 1525A]

Moxey, Keith, "Master E. S. and the Folly of Love", Simiolus, 11, 1980, 125-148

Moxey, Keith, "The Battle of the Sexes and the World Upside Down," idem, Peasants, Warriors, and Wives: Popular Imagery in the Reformation, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1989, 101-126

Mullins, Edwin, The Painted Witch Female Body: Male Art; How Western Artists Have Viewed the Sexuality of Women, ca. 1987

Murray, Jacqueline, "Agnolo Firenzuola on Female Sexuality and Women's Equality," Sixteenth Century Journal, 22, 2, 1991, 199-213

Musacchio, Jacqueline, “The Rape of the Sabine Women on Quattrocento Marriage-Panels,” in Trevor Dean and K. J. P. Lowe, eds., Marriage in Italy, 1300-1650, Cambridge University Press, , 66-82

Nash, Jerry, The Love Aesthetics of Maurice Sceve, New York and Cambridge: Cambridge Iniversity Press, 1991

Nash, Stanley, "Prostitution and Charity: The Magdalen Hospital: A Case Study," Journal of Social History, 17, 1984, 617-628

Neave, Linda, "The Witch in Early Sixteenth-Century German Art", Woman's Art Journal, 9, 1, 1988, 3-9

Newman, Karen, "City Talk: Women and Commodification in Jonson's 'Epicoene'," ELH, 56, Fall 1989, 503-518

Norberg, Kathryn, "Prostitutes," in A History of Women. III. Renaissance and Enlightenment Paradoxes, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1993, 458-474

Ogle, M. B., "The Classical Origin and Tradition of Literary Conceits," American Journal of Philosophy, 34, 1913, 125-153

Ogle, M. B., “The White Hand as a Literary Conceit,” Sewanee Review, 20, 1912, 459-469

Olds, Clifton, Images of Love and Death in Late Medieval and Renaissance Art, Ann Arbor, 1976

Olsen, Christina, "Gross Expenditure: Botticelli's Nastagio degli Onesti Panels", Art History, 15/2, June 1992, 146-70

Olsen, Christina, "Gross Expenditure: Botticelli's Nastagio degli Onesti Panels," Art History, 15, 2, June, 1992, 146-170

Orden, Kate van, “Female Complaintes: Laments of Venus, Queens, and City Women in Late Sixteenth-Century France,” Renaissance Quarterly, LIV, 3, 2001, 801-845

Orden, Kate van, "Sexual Discourse in the Parisian Chanson: A Libidinous Aviary," JAMS, 1995, 1-41 [U of C]

Orgel, Stephen, "Nobody's Perfect: or Why did the English Stage Take Boys for Women," South Atlantic Quarterly, 88, 1, 1989, 7-29

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