Chapter proposals are invited for a forthcoming book titled Confined Women: Emparedadas, Malcasadas and the Walls of Female Space in Inquisitorial Spain. The book will focus on the mechanisms of control that women faced in early modern Spain and the different ways that they were venerated through literary, historical, and visual texts. Chapters of 6,000–8,000 words will explore questions such as: how did literary and historical figures become closed-in and monitored? How did contemporary women interact with ideals of the “virtuous woman” or the “perfect wife”?
Welcome to H-Cervantes, a member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences Online. H-Cervantes is a network for scholars and professionals active in studies related to Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. It encourages scholarly exchanges on all aspects of the author, his works, his circle, his times, and scholarship on the era, and welcomes participation by scholars/specialists from all disciplines.
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EL TEATRO DE CERVANTES Y EL NACIMIENTO DE LA COMEDIA ESPAÑOLA CONGRESO EXTRAORDINARIO DE LA AITENSO
Toledo, 9-12 de noviembre de 2016