Table of contents for Voices in dialogue : reading women in the Middle Ages / edited by Linda Olson and Kathryn Kerby-Fulton.

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Some Opening Words
Reading, Writing, and Relationships in Dialogue
Linda Olson
When Women Preached: An Introduction to Female Homiletic, Sacramental, and Liturgical Roles in the Later Middle Ages
Kathryn Kerby-Fulton
The Dialogues
1. Spaces between Letters: Augustine's Correspondence with Women
Catherine Conybeare
Response to Catherine Conybeare: Women of Letters?
Mark Vessey
2. Sharing Texts: Anselmian Prayers, a Nunnery's Psalter, and the Role of Friendship 
Mary Jane Morrow
A Token Of Friendship? Anselmian Prayers and a Nunnery's Psalter: Response to Mary Jane Morrow: Where Do We Go from Here?
David N. Bell
3. The Epistolae duorum amantium and the Ascription to Heloise and Abelard
C. Stephen Jaeger
The Authorship of the Epistolae duorum amantium: A Reconsideration
Giles Constable
A Reply to Giles Constable
C. Stephen Jaeger 
4. Listening for the Voices of Admont's Twelfth-Century Nuns
Alison I. Beach
The Voices of Women in Twelfth-Century Europe
John Van Engen
5. Women and Creative Intelligence in Medieval Thought
Alcuin Blamires
More Thoughts on Medieval Women's Intelligence: Denied, Projected, Embodied
Barbara Newman
6. Eciam Mulier: Women in Lollardy and the Problem of Sources
Fiona Somerset
Eciam Lollardi: Some Further Thoughts on Fiona Somerset's "Eciam Mulier: Women in Lollardy and the Problem of Sources"
Kathryn Kerby-Fulton
7. The Wycliffite Woman: Reading Women in Fifteenth-Century Bohemia
Alfred Thomas 
Response to Alfred Thomas's "ÔThe Wyfcliffite Woman': Reading Women in Fifteenth-Century Bohemia"
Dyan Elliott
8. Playing Doctor: St. Birgitta, Ritual Reading, and Ecclesiastical Authority
Katherine Zieman
"Voices Magnified": Response to Katherine Zieman
Margot Fassler
9. Reading Lessons at Syon Abbey: The Myroure of Oure Ladye and the Mandates of Vernacular Theology
Elizabeth Schirmer
"General Words": Response to Elizabeth Schirmer
Steven Justice
10. The Making of The Book of Margery Kempe
Nicholas Watson
Text and Self in The Book of Margery Kempe
Felicity Riddy, University of York
Felicity Riddy and Nicholas Watson
11. Stepping into the Pulpit? Women's Preaching in The Book of Margery Kempe and The Examinations of Anne Askew
Genelle Gertz-Robinson
Response to Genelle Gertz-Robinson: "Stepping into the Pulpit?"
David Wallace

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Women -- History -- Middle Ages, 500-1500.
Women and literature -- History -- To 1500.
Literature, Medieval -- History and criticism.
Civilization, Medieval.