Conference on Gender, the Economy, and the Law

William Chester Jordan, Princeton University

William Chester Jordan, Princeton University

Monday, October 28, 1996Saturday, November 2, 1996
Center for Renaissance Studies Programs
Medieval Studies Program
Early Modern Studies Program

Part of “Teaching Gender in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance,” a series of lectures open to the public, and related workshops open by application to faculty from the Center for Renaissance Studies consortium.

Gender and the Economy in the Middle Ages
William Chester Jordan, Princeton University
Lecture: Tuesday, October 29
Workshop: Friday, November 1

Sinister Competence: Gender, Catholicism, and the Law in Seventeenth-Century England
Frances Dolan, Miami University (now at University of California, Davis)
Lecture: Wednesday, October 30
Workshop, co-directed with Cynthia Herrup: Saturday, November 2

“To pluck bright honor from the pale-faced moon”: Gender, Honor, and the Law in Early Modern England
Cynthia Herrup, Duke University (now at University of Southern California)
Lecture: Thursday, October 31
Workshop, co-directed with Frances Dolan: Saturday, November 2

See these related programs:

Gender and Literacy
Gender and Religion
Gender, Race, and Ethnicity
Genders and Sexualities
Gender and Institutions: The Family, Property, and the State

Learn more about Center for Renaissance Studies Programs.