605. Medieval Women and Poverty
Monday, 11 January, 3:30–4:45 p.m., Superior A, Sheraton Chicago
Program arranged by the Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship
Presiding: Dorothy Kim, Vassar Coll.
1. "The Prostitute Turned Pauper: Marie l'Égyptienne and the Charity of Others," Monica Ehrlich, Univ. of Virginia
2. "Pilgrimage and Poverty in The Book of Margery Kempe," Elizabeth Harper, Univ. of Central Arkansas
3. "'Seulette je suis': Christine de Pizan's Rhetoric of Power through Loneliness and Poverty," Charles-Louis Morand-Métivier, Univ. of Vermont
4. "Poverty and Maternal-Filial Interdependence in the Cantigas de Santa Maria of Alfonso X," Sarah Degner Riveros, Valparaiso Univ.
For abstracts, visit hosted.lib.uiowa.edu/smfs/mff/index.html.
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