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

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Rowland, Robert, "Fantasticall and Devilishe Persons': European Witch-Beliefs in Comparative Perspective," in Bengst Ankarloo and Gustav Henningsen, eds., Early Modern European Witchcraft. Centres and Peripheries, Oxford, 1990

Rubin, Patricia, "What Men Saw: Vasari's Life of Leonardo da Vinci and the Image of the Artist," Art History, 13, 2, 1990

Ruggiero, Guido, The Boundaries of Eros: Sex Crime and Sexuality in Renaissance Venice, New York: Oxford University Press, 1985

Ruggiero, Guido, "Marriage, Love, Sex, and Renaissance Civic Morality," in James Turner, ed., Sexuality and Gender in Early Modern Europe. Institutions, Texts, Images, Cambridge Un Press, 1993, 10-30

Russell, H. Diane, Eva/Ave. Woman in Renaissance and Baroque Prints, Washington, D.C.: National Gallery, 1990

Russell, Paul, Lay Theology in the Reformation, Cambridge, (UK), 1986 (ch. VI: Female pamphleteers: the housewives strike back)

Russo, Mary, "Female Grotesques: Carnival and Theory," Feminist Studies / Critical Studies, ed. Teresa de Laurentis, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1986, 213-219

Safley, Thomas, "Civic Morality and the Domestic Economy," in R. Po-Chia Hsia, ed., The German People and the Reformation, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1988, 173-190;

Saints and She-Devils: Images of Women in the 15th and 16th Centuries, London: Rubicon Press, 1987

Salomon, Nanette, Shifting Priorities: Gender and genre in 17th Century Dutch Painting, Stanfords Un Press, 2004

Sallmann, Jean-Michel, "Witches," in A History of Women. III. Renaissance and Enlightenment Paradoxes, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1993, 444-457

Salmon, J. H. M., "History Without Anthropology: A New Witchcraft Synthesis," Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 19, Winter 1989, 481-486 [review article]

Sanders, Eve, Gender and Literacy on Stage in early Modern England, Cambridge Un Press, 1998

San Juan, Rose Marie, "Mythology, Women and Renaissance Private Life: The Myth of Eurydice in Italian Furniture Painting", Art History, 15/2, June 1992, 127-45

Sankovitch, Tilde, "The Pornographic Solution: Etienne Jodelle's Erotic Poetry", French Literature Series, 10, 1983, 1-9 [Jodelle: 1532-1573]

Santore, Cathy, "Danae: the Renaissance Courtesan's Alter Ego", Zeitschrift für Kunstgaschichte, 54/3, 1991, 412-27

Santore, Cathy, "Julia Lombardo, 'sumtuosa meretrize': A Portrait by Property," Renaissance Quarterly, 41, 1988, 44-83

Saslow, James, "'A veil of ice between my heart and the fire': Michelangelo's Sexual Identity and Early Modern Constructs of Homosexuality," Genders, 1988, 2, 77-90

Saslow, James, Ganymede in the Renaissance, Yale, 1986

Savers, Ann, "The Elizabethan Shepherdess: Major Types and Variations," Ph.D. thesis,. 1987

Sawyer, Ronald, "'Strangely handled in all her lyms': Witchcraft and Healing in Jacobean England," Journal of Social History, 22, 3, 1989, 461-485

Schade, Richard, "Martin Böhme's 'Judith' (1618): An Anti-Catholic Drama on the Reformation Centenary", in Richard Brinkmann, et al, eds., Theatrum Europaeum, Munich: Fink, 1982, 217-239

Schade, Sigrid, Schadenzauber und die Magie des Körpers. Hexenbilder der frühen Neuzeit, Worms, 1983

Schama, Simon, "The Sexual Economy of Dutch Genre Painting", in Christopher Brown, ed., Images of the World. Dutch Genre Painting in Its Historical Context, London, 1988 (forthcoming)

Schama, Simon, The Embarrassment of Riches. An Interpretation of Dutch Culture in the Seventeenth Century, New York: Alfred Knopf, 1987 [ch. 6, "Housewives and Hussies: Homeliness and Worldliness"]

Schiebinger, Londa, "Feminine Icons: The Face of Early Modern Science," Critical Inquiry, 14, 1988, 661-691

Schiesari, Juliana, "The Gendering of Melancholia: Torquato Tasso and Isabella di Morra," in Marilyn Migiel and Juliana Schiesari, eds., Refiguring Woman: Perspectives on Gender and the Italian Renaissance, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1991, 233-262

Schleiner, Winfried, "The Nexus of Witchcraft and Male Impotence in Renaissance Thought and Its Reflection in Mann's Doktor Faustus", Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 84, 2, 1985, 166-187, esp. 166-179

Schleiner, Winfried, Medical Ethics in the Renaissance Georgetown, 1995

Schlifer, Cathy, "Contextual Misogyny in the 'Tiers Livre'", Chimères, 17, 2, 1984, 53-67

Schrijvers, P. H., "Lucretia: 2000 jar verkrachting - zelfmoord - revolutie", Revisor, 12, 1, 1985, 26-30 [rape}

Schutte, Anne Jacobsen, "Irene di Spilimbergo: the Image of a Creative Woman in Late Renaissance Italy," Renaissance Quarterly, XLIV, 1, 1991, 42-61

Schuyler, Jane, "Michelangelo's Serpent with Two Tails," Source, 9, 2, 1990, 23-29 [on Lilith in M's Fall]

Schuyler, Jane, "The 'Malleus Maleficarum' and Baldung's 'Witches Sabbath'", Source, 6, 3, 1987, 20-26

Schuyler, Jane, "The Female Holy Spirit (Shekhinah) in Michelangelo's 'Creation of Adam'" Studies in Iconography, 11, 1987, 111-136

Schwarz, Kathryn, Tough Love: Amazon Encounters in the English, Duke Un Press, 2000

Schwoerer, Lois, "Images of Queen Mary II, 1689-94," Renaissance Quarterly, 42, 4, 1989, 717-748

Scilia, Diane, "Israhel von Meckenem's Marriage à la Mode: The 'Alltagsleben'", in Edelgard DuBruck, ed., New Images of Medieval Women: Studies Toward a Cultural Anthropology, Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, 1989, 207-254

Scribner, Robert, "Witchcraft and Judgement in Reformation Germany," History Today, 40, April, 1990, 12-19

Seidel, Linda, "Jan van Eyck's Arnolfini Portrait: Business as Usual?," Critical Inquiry, 16, 1, 1989, 54-86

Semenza, Gregory, “Sport, War, and Contest in Shakespeare’s Henry VI,” Renaissance Quarterly, 54, 4.1, 2001, 1251-1272

Shanley, Mary Lyndon, “Marriage Contract and Social Contract in 17th Century English Political Thought” Western Political Quarterly, 32, 1979, 79-91

Shapiro, Michael, Gender in Play on the Shakespearean Stage, Ann Arbor: U of Mich, 1994

Shemek, Deanna, "Of Women, Knights, Arms and Love: The 'querelle des femmes' in Ariosto's Poem," MLN, 104, Jan. 1989, 66-97

Shemek, Deanna, Ladies Errant. Wayward Women and Social Order in Early Modern Italy, Duke Un Press, 1998

Siegel, Paul, "The Petrarchan Sonneteers and Neo-Platonic Love", Studies in Philology, 42, 1945, 164-181

Silver, Larry, "'Figure nude, historie e poesie': Jan Gossaert and the Renaissance Nude in the Netherlands", Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek, 37, 1986, 1-40

Silver, Lawrence, and Susan Smith, "Carnal Knowledge: The Late Engravings of Lucas van Leyden", Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek, 29, 1978, 239-298

Simon, Robert, "Bronzino's Cosimo I as Orpheus," Philadelphia Museum of Art Bulletin, 81, 1985, 17-27

Simons, Patricia, "Women in Frames: The Gaze, the Eye, the Profile in Renaissance Portraiture," History Workshop, 25, 1988, ; repr. in Norma Broude and Mary Garrard, eds., The Expanding Discourse: Feminism and Art History, New York: HarperCollins, 1992

Simons, Patricia, Gender and Sexuality in Renaissance and Baroque Italy: A Working Bibliography, Sydney: Power Institute of Fine Arts, University of Sydney, 1988 (ISBN 0-909952-14-0)

Simons, Patricia, "Alert and Erect: Masculinity in Some Italian Renaissance Portraits of Fathers and Sons," Gendered Rhetorics: Postures of Dominance and Submission in History, ed Richard Trexler, Binghamton, 1994, 163-186

Simons, Patricia, "Lesbian (In)visibility in Italian Renaissance Culture: Diana and Other Cases of donna con donna," Journal of Homosexuality, 27, 1994, 81-122

Simons, Patricia, “Portraiture, Portrayal and Idealization: Ambiguous Individualism in Representations of Renaissance Women,” Language and Images of Renaissance Italy, ed. Alison Brown, Oxford, 1995,

Sluijter, Eric, "Some Observations on the Choice of Narrative Mythological Subjects in Late Mannerist Painting in the Northern Netherlands", in Gorel Cavalli-Bjorkman, ed., Netherlandish Mannerism, Stockholm, 1985, 61-72 (sexual aspects of Diana and Actaeon, sight/lust, includes prints)

Smith, Elise Lawton, "Women and the Moral Argument of Lucas van Leyden's 'Dance around the Golden Calf'", Art History, 15/3, September 1992, 296-316

Smith, Susan, "'To women's wiles I fell': The Power of Women 'Topos' and the Development of Medieval Secular Art, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1978 (much on 15th and 16th century)

Smoller, Laura, "Playing Cards and Popular Culture in 16th-Century Nuremberg", Sixteenth-Century Journal, XVII, 2, 1986,

Soman, Alfred, "Witch Lynching at Juniville," Natural History, 95, Oct., 1966, 6ff

Sowards, J. K., "Erasmus and the Education of Women", Sixteenth Century Journal, 13, 4, 1982, 77-89

Spackman, Barbara, "'Inter musam et ursam moritur': Folengo and the Gaping 'Other' Mouth," in Marilyn Migiel and Juliana Schiesari, Refiguring Woman: Perspectives on Gender and the Italian Renaissance, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1991, 19-34 [vagina imagery]

Spierenburg, Pieter, The Broken Spell: A Cultural and Anthropological History of Preindustrial Europe, New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1991 (witches, body, family, private sphere)

Stallybrass, Peter, "Patriarchal Territories: The Body Enclosed," in Rewriting the Renaissance, eds. Margaret Ferguson, Maureen Quilligan and Nancy Vickers, Chicago, 1986, 123-142

Stallybrass, Peter, "The World Turned Upside Down: Inversion, Gender and the State," The Matter of Difference: Material Feminist Criticism of Shakespeare, ed. Valerie Wayne, Brighton: Harvester, forthcoming (1992?)

Stefaniak, Regina, "Raphael's 'Santa Cecilia.": A Fine and Private Vision of Virginity," Art History, 14, 3, 1991, 345-371

Steinberg, Leo, "Steen's Female Gaze and Other Ironies," Artibus et Historiae, 22, 1990, 107-128

Stewart, Allison, Unequal Lovers: A Study of Unequal Couples in Northern Art, NY, 1977

Stimpson, Catherine, "Shakespeare and the Soil of Rape," in The Woman's Part: Feminist Criticism of Shakespeare, ed. Carolyn Ruth Swift Lenz, Gayle Greene and Carol Thomas Neely, Urbana: University of Illinios Press, 1980, 50-64

Stone, Donald, "Anatomy of a Moral: Seduction in Sixteenth-Century French Comedy", in Norris Lacy and Jerry Nash, eds., Essays in Early French Literature Presented to Barbara Craig, York, S.C., 1982, 147-161

Stone-Ferrier, Linda, From Cloth to Clothing. Depictions of Textile Production and Textiles in 17th-Century Dutch Art, Ann Arbor, 1984 (virtuous spinning/embroidery, Frau Welt, women in silk dresses)

Strietman, Elsa, "A Distorting Mirror: Reflections of the 'Cent Nouvelles Nouvelles' in the Literature of the Low Countries", 15th-Century Studies, 9, 1984, 165-196 [1461 Burgundian novellas on power of woman theme]

Strietman, Elsa, "The Turn of the Shrew: An Enquiry into the Late Medieval Dutch Novella", in Gabriel Bianciotto and Michel Salvat, eds., Epopée animale, fable, fabliau, Paris: PU de France, 1984, 597-609

Strocchia, Sharon, "Funerals and the Politics of Gender in Early Renaissance Florence," in Marilyn Migiel and Juliana Schiesari, Refiguring Woman: Perspectives on Gender and the Italian Renaissance, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1991, 155-168

Sullivan, Margaret, "Madness and Folly in Pieter Bruegel's 'Dulle Griet'", Art Bulletin, March, 1977, 55-66

Sydie, R. A., "Humanism, Patronage, and the Question of Women's Artistic Genius in the Italian Renaissance," Journal of Historical Sociology, 2, 3, 1989, 175-205

Syson, Luke, Consorts, Mistresses and Exemplary Women. The Female Medallic Portrait in 15th-Century Italy, in The Sculpted Object 1400-1700, ed. Stuart Currie and Peta Motture Talvacchia, Betty, Taking Positions. On the Erotic in Renaissance Culture, Princeton University Press, 1999

Tatlock, Lynn, "Speculation on Beer's Chimneys: The Bawdy in Johann Beer's Frauensatire 'Der Politische Feuermäuer-Kehrer'", Daphnis, 14, 4, 1985, 779-801

Tatlock, Lynn, "Speculum Feminarum: Gendered Perspectives on Obstetrics and Gynecology in Early Modern Germany," Signs, 17, 4, 1992, 725-760

Taylor, Stephen, "Heavenly Humility: The Holy Family as a Role Model for Parents and Children in Medieval French Literature", Cahiers de Joséphologie, 28, 1, 1980, 45-59 (15th century)

Taylor, Stephen, "Wifely Wiles: Comic Unmasking in 'Les Quinze joyes de mariage'", in Edelgard DuBruck, ed., New Images of Medieval Women: Studies Toward a Cultural Anthropology, Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, 1988

Tentler, Thomas, Sin and Confession on the Eve of the Reformation, Princeton, 1977

Thiel, Pieter J. J. van, "Poor Parents, Rich Children and Family saying Grace: two related Aspects of the Iconography of late sixteenth and seventeenth-century Dutch domestic Morality", Simiolus, 17/2, 1987, 90-149

Tinagli, Paola, Women in Italian Renaissance Art. Gender, Representation, Identity, Manchester Un Press, 1997

Tinsley, Barbara Sher, "Pope Joan Polemic in Early Modern France: The Use and Disabuse of Myth", The Sixteenth-Century Journal, XVIII, 3, 1987, 381-398

Todd, Margo, "Humanists, Puritans, and the Spiritualized Household", Church History, 49, 1, 1980, 18-34

Todd, Margo, Christian Humanism and the Puritan Social Order, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1987

Traub, Valerie, "The (In)significance of 'Lesbian' Desire in Early Modern England," in Queering the Renaissance, ed. Jonathan Goldberg (Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1994), 62-83

Travitsky, Betty, The Paradise of Women: Writings by English Women of the Renaissance, Westport: Greenwood Press, 1981

Trexler, Richard, Gender and Conquest: Gendered Violence, Political Order and the European Conquest of the Americas, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1996

Trometer, Christiane, "Die polemischen Züge in den Isaak-und-Rebekka-Dramen des sechzehnten Jahrhunderts (1539-1576)", Daphnis, 9, 4, 1980, 699-709

Truax, Elisabeth, "Macbeth and Hercules: The Hero Bewitched," Comparative Drama, 23, Winter, 1989-90, 359-376

Turner, James, ed., Sexuality and Gender in Early Modern Europe. Institutions, Texts, Images, Cambridge Un Press, 1993

Underdown, David, "The Taming of the Scold: The Enforcement of Patriarchal Authority in Early Modern England," in Anthony Fletcher and John Stevenson, eds., Order and Disorder in Early Modern England, Cambridge, 1985,

Ungerer, G., "The Viol da Gamba as a Sexual Metaphor in Elizabethan Music and Literature", Renaissance and Reformation, VIII, 2, 1984, 79-90

Van den Berg, Sara, "Eve, Sin and Witchcraft in 'Paradise Lost'," Modern Language Quarterly, 47, Dec. 1986, 347-365

van Kessel, Elisja Schulte, "Virgins and Mothers Between Heaven and Earth," in A History of Women. III. Renaissance and Enlightenment Paradoxes, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1993, 132-166

Veldman, Ilja, "Elements of Continuity: A Finger Raised in Warning", Simiolus, 20, 1990-91, 2/3, 124-141 [marriage, adultery in 16th c. Dutch art]

Veldman, Ilja, "Lessons for Ladies: A Selection of 16th and 17th Century Dutch Prints", Simiolus, 16, 2/3, 1986, 113-127

Veldman, Ilja, "Who is the Strongest? The Riddle of Esdras in Netherlandish Art", Simiolus, 17, 4, 1987, 223-239

Vickers, Nancy, "'The blazon of sweet beauty's best': Shakespeare's 'Lucrece'," Shakespeare and the Question of Theory, eds. Patricia Parker and Geoffrey Hartman, New York: Methuen, 1985, 95-115

Vickers, Nancy, "'This Heraldry in Lucrece's Face'", Poetics Today, 6, 1-2, 1985, 171-184; repr. in Susan Suleiman, ed., The Female Body in Western Culture, Harvard University Press, 1986, 209-222 [blason tradition]

Vickers, Nancy, "Diana Described: Scattered Woman and Scattered Rhyme," Critical Inquiry, 8, 1981, 265-279

Vickers, Nancy, "The Body Re-membered. Petrarchan Lyrics and the Strategies of Description," Mimesis from Mirror to Method, Augustine to Descartes, ed. J. Lyons and Stephen Nichols, Hanover: University Press of New England, 1982, 100-109, 261-263

Vickers, Nancy, "The Mistress in the Masterpiece," in Nancy Miller, ed., The Poetics of Gender, New York: Columbia University Press, 1986, 19-41 [Cellini's Diana and the Stag]

Vickers, Nancy, essay on women in The French Renaissance in Prints, Met Museum, 1994

Vignau Wilberg-Schuurman, Thea, Hoofse minne en burgerlijke liefde in de prentkunst rond 1500, Leiden, 1983

Vredeveld, Harry, "A Neo-Latin Satire on Love-Madness: The Third Eclogue of Eobanus Hessus' Bucolicon,", Daphnis, 14, 4, 1985, 673-719

Vredeveld, Harry, "The Motto and Woodcut to Chapter 32 of Sebastian Brant's Narrenschiff," MLN, 103, Apr. 1988, 648-51 [infidelity, guarding a wife like guarding grasshoppers beneath the sun]

Vredeveld. Harry, “’Deaf as Ulysses to the Siren’s Song’: The Story of a Forgotten Topos,” Renaissance Quarterly, LIV, 3, 2001, 846-882

Waddington, Raymond, "The Bisexual Portrait of Francis I: Fontainebleau, Castiglione, and the Tone of Courtly Mythology," in Jean Brink, Maryanne Horowitz, and Allison Coudert, eds., Playing with Gender: A Renaissance Pursuit, Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1991, 99-132

Walker, Anita and Edmund Dickerman, "'A Woman under the influence': A Case of Alleged Possession in Sixteenth-Century France," Sixteenth-Century Journal, 22, 3, 1991, 535-554

Wall, Wendy, "Disclosures in Print: The Violent Enlargement of the Renaissance Voyeuristic Text," Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, 29, 1989, 35-59

Warnicke, Retha, Rise and Fall of Anne Boleyn, Cambridge University Press, 1989

Warnke, Frank, "Amorous Agon, Erotic Flyting: Some Play Motifs in the Literature of Love", 99-112 in Gerald Guinness and Andrew Hurley, eds., Auctor Ludens: Essays on Play in Literature, Philadelphia, Benjamins, 1986

Watkins, Renée Neu, "Mythology as Code: Lapo da Castiglionchio's View of Homosexuality and Materialism at the Curia," Journal of the History of Ideas, 53, 1, 1992,

Watts, Margaret Elizabeth, "The Representation of Woman in Selected Poetry and Plastic Arts of the Renaissance in France", Ph.D. University of Toronto, 1977, [DAI, 39, 4312A]

Weber, Alison, Teresa of Avila and the Rhetoric of Femininity, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1990

Wheaton, Robert, "Images of Kinship", Journal of Family History, 12/4, 1987, 389-405 [early modern]

Wiesner, Merry E., new book on female work in Renaissance Germany, 1988

Wiesner, Merry E., "Beyond Women and the Family: Towards a Gender Analysis of the Reformation", The Sixteenth-Century Journal, XVIII, 3, 1987, 311-322

Wiesner, Merry E., "Guilds, Male Bonding and Women's Work in Early Modern Germany," Gender and History, 1, 2, 1989, 125-137

Wiesner, Merry E., "Luther and Women: the Death of Two Marys," in James Obelkevich , Raphael Samuel and Lyndal Roper, eds., Disciplines of Faith: Religion, Patriarchy and Politics, London, 1986,

Wiesner, Merry E., "Wandervogels and Women: Journeymen's Concepts of Masculinity in Early Modern Germany," Journal of Social History, 24, 4, 1991, 767-782

Wiley, Karen, "Louise Labé's Deceptive Petrarchism", Modern Language Studies, 11, 3, 1981, 51-60 [gender roles in 16th c. French poetry]

Willis, Deborah, Malevolent Nurture: Witch-Hunting and Maternal Power in Early Modern England, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1996

Wilson, Katharina, ed., Women Writers of the Renaissance and Reformation, Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1987 [sections on c. 15 writers with short translations]

Wilson-Chevalier, Katharine, "Woman on Top at Fontainebleau," Oxford Art Journal, 16, 1993, 34-48

Winkelmes, Mary-Ann and Geraldine Johnson, edfs. Picturing Women in Renaissance and Baroque Italy, Cambridge Univ. Press, 1997

Witthoff, B., "Marriage Rituals and Marriage Chests in Renaissance Florence," Artibus et Historiae, 5, 1982, 43-59

Wofford, Susanne, The Social Aesthetics of Rape: Closural Violence in Boccaccio and Botticelli," in David Quint, ed., New Essays on Renaissance Literature in Honor of Thomas M. Greene, Binghamton, 1992, 189-238

Wood, Carolyn, "Ruling Passions: The 'Rapes' of Giovanni da San Giovanni," Archaeologia Transatlantica, 1998, 67-78 1

Wood, Diane, Helisenne de Crenne, Madison: University Press of America, 2000

Woodall, Joanna, "An Exemplary Consort: Antonis Mor's Portrait of Mary Tudor," Art History, 14, 2, 1991, 192-224

Woodall, Joanna, "Love is in the Air: Amor as Motivation and Message in 17th Century Netherlandish Painting," Art History, 19, 2, 1996, 208-246

Woodbridge, Linda, "New Light on 'The Wife Lapped in Morel's Skin' and 'The Proud Wife's Paternoster'", English Literary Review, 13, 1, 1983, 2-35 [Erasmus's influence on English domestic literature]

Woodbridge, Linda, "Palisading the Elizabethan Body Politic," Texas Studies in Literature and Language, 1991 Fall, 33:3, 327-54. [female body as Rome invaded, as body politic]

Woodbridge, Linda, Women and the English Renaissance: Literature and the Nature of Womankind, 1540-1620, Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1984

Woods-Marsden, Joanna, “Portraits of the Lady 1430-1520, in Virtue and Beauty. Leonardo’s Ginevra de’ Benci and Renaissance Portraits of Women, Washington, DC: National Gallery, 2002, 63-88

Yandell, Cathy, "Of Lice and Women: Rhetoric and Gender in 'Le Puce de Madame des Roches'," Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 20, 1, 1990, 123-135

Yandell, Cathy, Carpe corpus: Time and Gender in Early Modern France, Univ of Delaware Press, 2000

Yarnall, book on Circe, see under GENERAL, above

Yavneh, Naomi, "The Ambiguity of Beauty in Tasso and Petrarch," in James Turner, ed., Sexuality and Gender in Early Modern Europe. Institutions, Texts, Images, Cambridge Un Press, 1993, 133-157

Young, Michael, King James and the History of Homosexuality, New York: New York University Press, 1999

Zapalac, Kristin, "In His Image and Likeness": Political Iconography and Religious Change in Sixteenth-Century Regensburg, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1990

Zika, Charles, "Fear of Flying: Representations of Witchcraft and Sexuality in Early Sixteenth-Century Germany", in Other Fantasies, ed. Patricia Simons, (Australian Journal of Art, 8, 1989/90, 19-48

Zirpolo, Lilian, "Botticelli's 'Primavera': A Lesson for the Bride," ; repr. in Norma Broude and Mary Garrard, eds., The Expanding Discourse: Feminism and Art History, New York: HarperCollins, 1992

Zorach, Rebecca, article on French 16th c. lesbian imagery,” Art History, 24, 2, 2001, [Un of Penn]

Zorach, Rebecca, “Desiring Things,” Art History, 24, 2, 2001, pp.

Hafnia 8, 1981 power of women
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