Posted by Hattie Wilson, Marketing Executive
Ashgate will publish the one hundredth title in the Women and Gender in the Early Modern World Series in January 2015. The series editors, Allyson Poska and Abby Zanger produced their first volume in 2000 (Maternal Measures, Naomi J. Miller and Naomi Yavneh). Fifteen years later, we can announce the one hundredth title is Autobiographical Writing by Early Modern Hispanic Women by Elizabeth Teresa Howe. The work focuses on the contributions of women writers to the study of life writing, and offers a symmetrical theme to the initial volume in the series.
We would like to offer our sincere congratulations to Allyson Poska and Abby Zanger, as well as thanking them for their dedication to their role. To view the Women and Gender in the Early Modern World Series in its entirety, and to read an interview with the series editors, please click here.
Forthcoming titles in the series:
- Menstruation and Procreation in Early Modern France (Cathy Clive)
- Baptist Women’s Writings in Revolutionary Culture (Rachel Adcock)
- Men and Women Making Friends in Early Modern France (edited by Lewis Seifert and Rebecca Wilkin)