Series: Early Modern Feminisms

Series Editor

Robin Runia, Xavier University of Louisiana, editor of The Future of Feminist Eighteenth-Century Scholarship: Beyond Recovery

Editorial Advisory Board

  • Jennifer Airey- University of Tulsa
  • Susan Carlile- California State University
  • Paula Backscheider- Auburn University
  • Karen Gevirtz – Seton Hall University
  • Mona Narain – Texas Christian University
  • Carmen Nocentelli- University of New Mexico
  • Jodi Wyett – Xavier University

Showcasing distinctly feminist ideological commitments and/or methodological approaches, and tracing literary and cultural expressions of feminist thought, Early Modern Feminisms seeks to publish innovative readings of women’s lives and work, as well as of gendered experience, from the years 1500-1800. In addition to highlighting examinations of women’s literature and history, this series aims to provide scholars an opportunity to emphasize new approaches to the study of gender and sexuality with respect to material culture, science, and art, as well as politics and race. Thus, monographs and edited collections that are interdisciplinary and/or transnational in nature are particularly welcome.

For further information, or to submit a manuscript or proposal, please contact series editor Dr. Robin Runia at rrunia@xula.edu.

Books in this Series