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Series: Medieval Women: Texts and Contexts

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Jutta & Hildegard: The Biographical Sources (Brepols Medieval Women Series) by Anna SilvasMWTC 1
New Trends in Feminine Spirituality: The Holy Women of Liege and their Impact. (MWTC 2) (Medieval Women: Texts and Contexts) by J. DorMWTC 2
Medieval Women - Texts & Contexts in Late Medieval Britain: Essays in Honour of Felicity Riddy by Jocelyn Wogan-BrowneMWTC 3
The Knowing of Woman's Kind in Childing: A Middle English Trotula-Text (Medieval Women--Texts and Contexts) by A. BarrattMWTC 4
The writings of Julian of Norwich by JulianMWTC 5
Send Me God: The Lives of Ida the Compassionate of Nivelles, Nun of La Ramee, Arnulf, Lay Brother of Villers, and Abundus, Monk of Villers (Medieval Women: Texts and Contexts) by Goswin of BussutMWTC 6
Mary of Oignies (Medieval Women, Text and Contexts) (Medieval Women: Text and Contexts) by Anneke Mulder-BakkerMWTC 7
St Katherine of Alexandria: Texts and Contexts in Western Medieval Europe (Medieval Women: Texts and Contexts) by J. JenkinsMWTC 8
Writing the Wilton Women (Medieval Women: Texts and Contexts) by HollissMWTC 9
Seeing and Knowing: Women and Learning in Medieval Europe, 1200-1550 (Medieval Women: Texts and Contexts) by Anneke Mulder-BakkerMWTC 11
Hildegard of Bingen and Her Gospel Homilies: Speaking New Mysteries by Beverly Mayne KienzleMWTC 12
Catherine of Siena : the creation of a cult by Jeffrey HamburgerMWTC 13
Household, Women And Christianities in Late Antiquity And the Middle Ages (Medieval Women: Texts and Contexts) by Anneke B. Mulder-BakkerMWTC 14
Performing polity : women and agency in the Anglo-French tradition ; 1385 - 1620 by Carolyn P. ColletteMWTC 15
Les Cantiques Salemon: The Song of Songs in MS Paris BNF fr. 14966 (Medieval Women: Texts and Contexts) by T. HuntMWTC 16
Allegories of Love in Marguerite Porete's 'Mirror of Simple Souls' (Medieval Women Texts and Contexts) by Suzanne KocherMWTC 17
Virgins and Scholars: A Fifteenth-Century Compilation of the Lives of John the Baptist, John the Evangelist, Jerome, and Katherine of Alexandria (Medieval Women: Texts and Contexts) by Claire M WatersMWTC 18
Thomas of Cantimpre - The Collected Saints' Lives: Abbot John of Camtimpre, Christina the Astonishing, Margaret of Ypres, and Lutgard of Aywieres (Medieval Women Texts and Contexts) by Thomas de CantimpreMWTC 19
Living Saints of the Thirteenth Century: The Lives of Yvette, Anchoress of Huy, Juliana of Cornillon, Inventor of the Corpus Christi Feast, Margaret ... (Medieval Women: Texts and Contexts) by A.B. Mulder-BakkerMWTC 20
Macrina the Younger, philosopher of God by Anna SilvasMWTC 22
Three women of Liège : a critical edition of and commentary on the Middle English lives of Elizabeth of Spalbeek, Christina Mirabilis, and Marie d'Oignies by Jennifer N. BrownMWTC 23
Partners in Spirit: Women, Men, and Religious Life in Germany, 1100-1500 (Medieval Women: Texts and Contexts) by Fiona J. GriffithsMWTC 24
Saints Edith and AEthelthryth: Princesses, Miracle Workers, and their Late Medieval Audience: The Wilton Chronicle and the Wilton Life of St Aethelthryth (Medieval Women: Texts and Contexts) by Mary Dockray-MillerMWTC 25
Nuns' Literacies in Medieval Europe: The Hull Dialogue (Medieval Women: Texts and Contexts) by Virginia BlantonMWTC 26
Nuns' literacies in medieval Europe : the Kansas City dialogue by Veronica O'MaraMWTC 27
Sacred Communities, Shared Devotions: Gender, Material Culture, and Monasticism in Late Medieval Germany (Medieval Women: Texts and Contexts) by J. MechamMWTC 29
The Manere of Good Lyvyng: A Middle English Translation of Pseudo-Bernard's Liber de modo bene vivendi ad sororem (Medieval Women: Texts and Contexts) by Anne E MouronMWTC 30

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