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Architecture and the politics of gender in early modern Europe

Many of the contributors to this volume focus on the links between women and the architecture of religion in Europe. Some of the chapters started life as papers in sessions on gender and architecture chaired by the editor in North America in 1996 and 1998
Print Book, English, ©2003
Ashgate, Aldershot, Hants, England, ©2003
xvii, 212 pages, 52 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 23 cm.
9780754603092, 0754603091
Theorizing the Relationships between Architecture and Gender in Early Modern Europe / Helen Mills
A Noble Residence for a Female Regent: Margaret of Austria and the 'Court of Savoy' in Mechelen / Dagmar Eichberger
The Val-de-Grâce as a Portrait of Anne of Austria: Queen, Queen Regent, Queen Mother / Jennifer G. Germann
The Architecture of Institutionalism: Women's Space in Renaissance Hospitals / Eunice D. Howe
Women and the Practice of Architecture in Eighteenth-century France / Tanis Hinchcliffe
'Repaired by me to my exceeding great Cost and Charges': Anne Clifford and the Uses of Architecture / Elizabeth V. Chew
'Women in wolves' mouths': Nun's Reputations, Enclosure and Architecture at the Convent of the Le Murate in Florence / Saundra Weddle
Spatial Discipline and its Limits: Nuns and the Built Environment in Early Modern Spain / Elizabeth A. Lehfeldt
Spaces Shaped for Spiritual Perfection: Convent Architecture and Nuns in Early Modern Rome / Marilyn Dunn
Women in the Charterhouse: the Liminality of Cloistered Spaces at the Chartreuse de Champmol in Dijon / Sherry C.M. Lindquist