Table of contents for Maistresse of my wit : medieval women, modern scholars / edited by Louise D'Arcens and Juanita Feros Ruys.


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The Practice of Medieval Studies
Ex epistolis duarum magistrarum
W endy Harding  &  Philippa M addern .................................................. 27
Encountering Hildegard: Between Apocalypse and The New Age
C onstant J. M ew s........................... ................. ......... .......... ..... 75
A Path of Long Study: In Search of Christine de Pizan
Earl Jeffrey Richards .......................................... ...... .........93
Her Own Maistresse?: Christine de Pizan the Professional Amateur
Louise D'Arcens  ...................................... ............. 119
Empathy, Ethics, and Imagination
Desire for the Past / Afterword
Nicholas W atson  ................................. ......... 149
Critics, Communities, Compassionate Criticism:
Learning from The Book of Margery Kempe
D iane  W att  ........................................................ ...................... 19 1
Playing Alterity: Heloise, Rhetoric, and Memoria / Interrogating
Heloise
Juanita Feros Ruys ....................... ......................... 211
Medieval Women and Modern Women
Uncanny Dialogues: 'The Journal of Mistress Joan Martyn' and
"The Book of Margery Kempe
M area  M itchell ........................................... 247
Redemptive Suffering: The Life of Alice of Schaerbeek in a
Contemporary Context
Shaw n  M adison  K rahm er ....................................................................267
Religious Feminism in the Middle Ages: Birgitta of Sweden
K ari  E lisabeth  B rresen ........................................................................295



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Women History Middle Ages, 500-1500, Women History Historiography, Women and literature History To 1500, Women in literature, Literature, Medieval Women authors History and criticism, Middle Ages Historiography