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<!P. v¿table of contents page!> CONTENTS Acknowledgments vii Women and Religion in Early Modern Europe: The Historical Context 1 Chronology 000 Courses and Modules 000 I Italian Holy Women of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries Teaching Women¿s Devotion in Medieval and Early Modern Italy, by Lance Lazar 000 Reading Sister Bartolomea, by Daniel Bornstein 000 II Elite Women of the High Renaissance Teaching Tornabuoni¿s Troublesome Women, by Jane Tylus 000 Antonia Pulci (ca. 1452¿1501), the First Published Woman Playwright, by Elissa Weaver 000 Vittoria Colonna, Sonnets for Michelangelo, by Abigail Brundin 000 Marguerite de Navarre: Religious Reformist, by Rouben Cholakian 000 III Women and the Reformation Marie Dentière: An Outspoken Reformer Enters the French Literary Canon, by Mary McKinley 000 Reading Jeanne de Jussie¿s Short Chronicle with First-Year Students, by Carrie F. Klaus 000 Teaching Katharina Schütz Zell (1498¿1562), by Elsie McKee 000 IV Holy Women in the Age of the Inquisition Francisca de los Apóstoles: A Visionary Speaks, by Gillian Ahlgren 000 ¿Mute Tongues Beget Understanding¿: Recovering the Voice of María de San José, by Alison Weber 000 Cecilia Ferrazzi and the Pursuit of Sanctity in the Early Modern World, by Elizabeth Horodowich 000 V Post-Reformation Currents Convent and Doctrine: Teaching Jacqueline Pascal, by John J. Conley, SJ 000 Johanna Eleonora Petersen (1644¿1724): Pietism and Women¿s Autobiography in Seventeenth-Century Germany, by Barbara Becker-Cantarino 000 Appendix: Approaches to Teaching Presented in the Volume¿s Essays 000 Bibliography 000 Contributors 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Women and religion -- History.
Women -- Religious life.