3 edition of Education and women in the early modern Hispanic world found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Ashgate Pub. Co.|
|Publishers||Ashgate Pub. Co.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 93 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
|2||Women and gender in the early modern world ; 2046|
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The author uses primary documents, published works, artwork, and critical sources drawn from history, literature, theatre, philosophy, women's studies, education and science. This multi-author volume covers Spain and the Americas in the early modern world.
What emerges is a fuller picture of women's learning in the early modern period.
As in the rest of Europe, the advent of Humanism, the Protestant Reformation, and the Catholic Reformation all had a significant impact on Spain and, for our purposes, on Spanish women. Focusing on the pedagogical experiences in Spain, New Spain present-day Mexicoand New Granada Colombia of such well-known writers as Saint Teresa of Avila, Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, and Maria de Zayas, as well as of lesser-known noble women and writers, and of nuns in the Spanish peninsula and the New World, the essays contribute significantly to the study of gendered literacy by investigating the ways in which women-religious and secular, aristocratic and plebeian-became familiarized with the written word, not only by means of the education received but through visual art, drama, and literary culture.
Two writers examine the personal libraries of female members of the powerful Mendoza family, in each case shedding light on how they acquired. Chat Now with an Information School Librarian• It is composed of six essays, each of which could stand alone, linked by several overarching points of analysis. Together the essays reveal the surprisingly broad range of pedagogical methods and learning experiences undergone by early modern women in Spain and the New World.
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It is composed of six essays, each of which could stand alone, linked by several overarching points of analysis. Studies on Religion and Gender• Four essays in part 1 explore the relationship of women to reading and writing, particularly among the Spanish nobility. source: Nielsen Book Data Summary Containing essays from leading and recent scholars in Peninsular and colonial studies, this volume offers entirely new research on women's acquisition and practice of literacy, on conventual literacy, and on the cultural representations of women's literacy.
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