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Tag results: Femininities

Agustdottir, Ingbjorg "Mary Queen of Scots as Feminine and National Icon: Depictions in Film and Fiction" , in Etudes Ecossaises, vol.15 (2012) More details ...
Craig, Maggie "The Fair Sex Turns Ugly: Female Involvement in the Jacobite Rising of 1745" , in Brown , Yvonne Galloway and Ferguson., Rona edd. Twisted Sisters: Women, Crime and Deviance in Scotland Since 1400. (Tuckwell Press, East Linton, 2002) More details ...
Dunnigan, Sarah "Female Gifts, Rhetoric, Beauty and the Beloved in the Lyrics of Alexander Montgomerie" , in Scottish Literary Journal, vol.26:2 (1999) More details ...
Dunnigan, Sarah "Feminizing the Text, Feminizing the Reader? The Mirror of "Feminitie" in the Testament of Cresseid" , in Studies in Scottish Literature, vol.33:1 (2004) More details ...
Dunnigan, Sarah M. "Daughterly Desires: Representing and Reimagining the Feminie in Anna Hume's Triumphs" , in Harker, C. Marie, Dunnigan, Sarah M. and Evelyn S., Newlyn, edd. Woman and the Feminine in Medieval and Early Modern Scottish Writing (Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, 2004) More details ...
Dunnigan, Sarah M. "Feminising the Early Modern Erotic: Female-voiced Love Lyrics and Mary Queen of Scots" , in Mapstone, Sally ed. Older Scots Literature (John Donald, Edinburgh, 2005) More details ...
Dunnigan, Sarah M., Harker, C. MarieEvelyn S., Newlyn (eds), in Woman and the Feminine in Medieval and Early Modern Scottish Writing (Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, 2004) More details ...
Fordyce, James, in The Character and Conduct of the Female Sex: and the advantages to be derived by young men from the society of virtuous women: a discourse in three parts. (T. Cadell, London, 1776) More details ...
Fordyce, James, in Sermons to Young Women. ([printed for A. Millar and T. Cadell], London, 1766) More details ...
Fries, Maureen "Medieval Concepts of the Female and Their Satire in the Poetry of William Dunbar" , in Fifteenth-Century Studies, vol.7 (1983) More details ...
Martin, Carine "'Female Rebels':The Female Figure in Anti-Jacobite Propaganda" , in Macinnes, Allan and Kiran German, Lesley Graham edd. Living with Jacobitism, 1690-1788 (Pickering & Chatto, London, 2014) More details ...
McCulloch, Margery Palmer "Liz Lochhead,, Mary Queen of Scots and the Suppression of the Female Principle" , in Mapstone, Sally ed. Older Scots Literature. (John Donald, Edinburgh, 2005) More details ...
McKim, Anne M. "'Makand hir mone': Masculine construction of the feminine voice in Middle Scots complaints" , in Scotlands, vol.2 (1994) More details ...
McKim, Anne M. "'Makand hir Mone': Masculine Constructions of the Feminine Voice in Middle Scots Complaints" , in Scotlands, vol.2 (1994) More details ...
Monro (Primus), Alexander "The Professor's Daughter: An Essay on Female Conduct" , in Monro, P.A.G. ed. Proceedings of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, vol.26:1 supplement no 2 (1996) More details ...
Newlyn, Evelyn S. "of 'vertew nobillest' and 'serpent wrinkis': Taxonomy of the Female in the Bannatyne Manuscript" , in Scotia, vol.14 (1990) More details ...
Riddy, Felicity "'Abject Odious': Masculine and Feminine in Henryson's Testament of Cresseid" , in Cooper, Helen and Mapstone., Sally edd. The Long Fifteenth Century (Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1997) More details ...
Wingfield, Emily "The Thewis of Gudwomen: Female Advice in Lancelot of the Laik and The Buik of King Alexander the Conqueror" , in Hadley Williams, Janet and McClure, J. Derrick edd. Fresche Fontanis. Studies in the Culture of Medieval and Early Modern Scotland (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, 2013) More details ...
Ziegler, Georgianna "'More than Feminine Boldness': The Gift Books of Esther Inglis " , in Burke., Mary E. ed. Women, Writing and the Reproduction of Culture in Tudor and Stuart Britain. (Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY, 2000) More details ...