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ENGL 301: Sex and Gender in the Middle Ages (HC)

English/Comparative Literature 301: Sex and Gender in the Middle Ages

Feminae Listings of Translations

Feminae indexes translations, both complete texts and excerpts from anthologies.

Go to the Advanced Search Page, and enter  Translation in the Article Type box.

In the Keyword box enter your topic or you can specify a name in the Author box.  You can also specify century and geographic area (British Isles, France, Germany, etc.) in those search boxes.

Series in Translation

In recent years publishers have begun to bring out series of translations of texts written by women or for women during the Middle Ages.  See in particular:

Library of Medieval Women
Publisher's List of All Titles Currently in the Series

Publisher's List of All Titles   The publisher ceased business in 2005.
Matrologia texts available online in Monastic Matrix

Longstanding series have also included more texts related to women and gender.  See in particular: