By Susan Broomhall
This assortment explores how occasions of authority, governance, and impact have been practised via either gender ideologies and affective performances in medieval and early sleek England. Authority is inherently relational it needs to be asserted over a person who permits or is pressured to simply accept this dominance. The ability to workout authority is hence a social and cultural act, person who is formed by means of social identities reminiscent of gender and by way of social practices that come with feelings. The contributions during this quantity, exploring case reports of ladies and men's letter-writing, political and ecclesiastical governance, family rule, workout of legislations and order, and artistic employer, examine how gender and feelings formed the methods various contributors may perhaps assert or keep authority, or certainly disrupt or offer choices to standard practices of authority.
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Additional info for Authority, Gender and Emotions in Late Medieval and Early Modern England
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Xavier Hélary, ‘Les Liens personnels entre les cours de France et d’Angleterre sous le règne de Philippe III, 1270–1285’, in Thirteenth Century England XII, ed. Björn Weiler, Janet Burton, and Phillipp Schofield (Woodbridge: Boydell, 2008), pp. 75–89. Hélary has remarked on the frequency of such phrases in letters from members of the French court, but did not proceed to analyse them in the context of patronage. See McLean, Art of the Network. Anonymous of Bologna, ‘Rationes Dictandi’, in Three Medieval Rhetorical Arts, ed.
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