Armel dubois-nayt

Armel dubois-nayt
Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin | UVSQ · dypac

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Jane Anger’s Protection for Women (1589), the first defence in English written by a female authorial persona, is part of the controversy known as the Querelle des femmes. As such, it posits an opponent whose arguments are rebutted. In this paper, this opponent, whose identity remains uncertain, is considered to be John Lyly in his Cooling Card for...
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This paper intends to demonstrate that the senses are part of the debate about the equality / inequality of the sexes known as the “Querelle des femmes”. It is based on two diptychs of the early modern period, each composed of an attack and a defence of the female sex. The first set was published in the early 1540s by the same author, Edward Gosynh...
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This chapter looks at the latest filmic representation of Mary Queen of Scots directed by Thomas Imbach. It considers in a feminist perspective how this movie is set to explore her life and analyze its historical accuracy, a question that cannot be deemed trivial when dealing with an historical figure as controversial as Mary Queen of Scots, about...
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In this paper, we will present the decryption of letters that were written in code by the secretary of the queen of Scotland, Mary of Guise (Mary Queen of Scots’ mother), between 1553 and 1559.
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The purpose of this paper on women thieves in the early modern period is to show what remains to be learnt from narrative sources. It starts from the conclusions of quantitative research on the topic to point out the limits of this approach and moves on to arguing that narrative sources such as the misogynist pamphlets of the time and rogue literat...
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This paper looks at one of the first historical accounts written by a woman in the sixteenth century, The French History by Anne Dowriche. It aims at determining how an early modern English woman took over a traditionally male preserve. First it shows why this poem rightfully belongs to the historical genre and more specifically to Protestant histo...
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History has played a central role in the construction of nations in the early modern period when national historiography replaced chronicles as the main historical genre. The treatment of female national characters by historians is therefore key to our understanding of the gendering of the nation in its infancy. This article contends that Scotland...
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This article looks at the translations of the De Maria Scotorum Regina (1571) and questions the widely accepted assumptions made about these texts. It focuses on the English and Scottish translations of the attack on Mary Queen of Scots, which is centred on her involvement in the murder of her second husband, Henry Darnley. It challenges the idea t...
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This paper aims to compare women’s historical narratives on the year 1603 to those of men. Based on the writings of four early modern women, Arbella Stuart, Anne Clifford, Elizabeth Southwell and Margaret Hoby, it focuses on three major events : the death of Elizabeth Tudor, the beginning of the reign of James VI and the outbreak of Plague. It look...
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This paper examines three cinematic portrayals of Mary Queen of Scots, the first by John Ford in 1936, the second by Charles Jarrott in 1972 and the last by Gillies MacKinnon in 2004. It starts by focusing on the way the Scottish Queen is depicted as a Catholic ruler who had to deal with the Scottish Reformation and the civil strife it entailed. Th...

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replacing the history of Mary Queen of Scots as it has been told over centuries within 4 major debates that make up the querelle des femmes: - the debate about female rule, - the debate about female education - the debate about marriage - the debate about women's writing