Book chapters

Book Chapers: “Devout Laywomen”

Devout Laywomen in the Early Modern World, Alison Weber, ed. (Routledge, 2016).

Introduction: Devout Laywomen in the Early Modern Catholic World: The Historiographic Challenge, Alison Weber

PART I Service

1 Community, Conflict, and Local Authority: The Basque Seroras, Amanda Scott

2 The Company of St. Ursula in Italy in Counter-Reformation Italy, Querciolo Mazzonis

3 Nursing as a Vocation or a Profession? Women’s Status and the Meaning of Healing in Early Modern France and England, Susan Dinan

Part II Perceptions of Holiness

4 Historicizing the Beatas: The Figures behind Reformation and Counter-Reformation Conflicts, María Laura Giordano

5 Ecco la santa! Printed Italian Biographies of Devout Laywomen, Seventeenth-Eighteenth Centuries, Anne Jacobson Schutte

6 Flying in Formation: Subjectivity and Collectivity in Luisa de Melgarejo de Soto’s Mystical Practices, Stacey Schlau

7 Illuminated Islands: Luisa de los Reyes and the Inquisition in Manila, Jessica Fowler

PART III Confessional Crossings

8 Elastic Institutions: Beguine Communities in Early Modern Germany, Jennifer Kolpacoff Deane

9 Neither Nun nor Laywoman: Entering Lutheran Convents during the Reformation of Female Religious Communities in the Duchy of Braunschweig, 1542-1655, Marjorie Elizabeth Plummer

10 Marina de Saavedra: A Devout Laywomen on a Confessional Frontier (Zamora, 1558-1559), Doris Moreno Martínez

11 Devout Recusant Women, Advice Manuals, and the Creation of Holy Households “under Siege,” Ellen A. Macek

PART IV Alliances

12 Convent Alternatives for Rich and Poor Girls in Seventeenth-Century Florence: The Lay Conservatories of Eleonora Ramirez di Montalvo (1602-59), Jennifer Haraguchi

13 Anne Line: Vowed Laywoman, Recusant Martyr, and Elizabethan Saint, Robert E. Scully, S.J.

14 Letters, Books, and Relics: Material and Spiritual Networks in the Life of Luisa de Carvajal y Mendoza (1564-1614), María J. Pando-Canteli

15 Women Apostles in Early Modern Japan, 1549-1650, Haruko Nawata Ward

16 Jesuit Apologias for Laywomen’s Spirituality, Alison Weber

 

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2 thoughts on “Book Chapers: “Devout Laywomen”

  1. Hi, I just realized how out of date the link to my profile is when I saw this. Would you mind linking my name to my Academia.edu page instead? That link is here: https://csic.academia.edu/JessicaFowler

    Many thanks and sorry for not being more diligent keeping that information up to date.

    Best, Jessica Fowler

    On Thu, Apr 7, 2016 at 3:44 PM, EM Spanish History Notes wrote:

    > emspanishhistorynotes posted: “Devout Laywomen in the Early Modern World, > Alison Weber, ed. (Routledge, 2016). Introduction: Devout Laywomen in the > Early Modern Catholic World: The Historiographic Challenge, Alison Weber > PART I Service 1 Community, Conflict, and Local Authorit” >

    Posted by Jessica Fowler | April 7, 2016, 11:04 am

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