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Women in Italian Renaissance culture and society

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Published by European Humanities Research Centre in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women -- Italy -- History -- Renaissance, 1450-1600,
  • Renaissance -- Italy,
  • Women -- Italy -- Social conditions

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index

    Statementedited by Letizia Panizza
    SeriesLegenda, Legenda (Oxford, England)
    ContributionsPanizza, Letizia, University of Oxford. European Humanities Research Centre
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ1149.I8 W66 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, 523 p :
    Number of Pages523
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17006493M
    ISBN 101900755092

    Description: Between c and c, Italian urban societies saw much debate on women's nature, roles, education, and behavior. Using a broad range of material, most newly translated, this book illuminates the ideals and realities informing the lives of women within the context of civic and courtly culture in Renaissance Italy.   (To see how these citations were worked out, follow this link.) Cite this article in author-date MHRA style: Bibliography entry: Knox, Dilwyn. ‘Civility, courtesy and women in the Italian Renaissance’, in Women in Italian Renaissance Culture and Society, ed. by Letizia Panizza (Cambridge: Legenda), pp. 2– Example citation: ‘A quotation occurring on page 21 of this work.

    WOMEN IN THE RENAISSANCE: THE IMPACT OF A FLOURISHING CULTURE ON WOMEN IN FIFTEENTH CENTURY FLORENCE Priyanka Lamichhane, B.A. MALS Mentor: Professor Michael J. Collins, Ph.D ABSTRACT The Italian Renaissance began in Tuscany, central Italy, and was a time that brought with it notable culturalAuthor: Priyanka Lamichhane.   I was required to read this book for a History of the Renaissance course. Far from a dry text, I found this book to be an enlightening view into the roles of women in Renaissance society, the social mores and opinions that restricted them, and the many ways in which some circumvented society in order to express themselves (there is a lot more there than you think!).Cited by:

    Burckhardt, Jacob. The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy Phaidon Press, London: Burke, Peter. The Italian Renaissance: Culture and Society in Italy Polity Press, Cambridge, England: Chamberlain, E.R. The World of the Italian Renaissance George Allen and Unwin Ltd., London:   In the book Virtue and Beauty, David Alan Brown remarks that the frequently represented images from Mary’s life – Annunciation, pregnancy, the Nativity, Madonna and Child, and finally the Lamentation – mirror society’s expectations for women and provide a model for their only difference is that most women were supposed to be married first!


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