A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts
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Criticism Volume 63, Numbers 1&2, Winter–Spring 2021
Beyond Canonicity: The Future(s) of Early Modern Women Writers
Jaime Goodrich and Paula McQuade
Loss and Longevity: Rhetorics and Tactics of Early Modern Women's Writing
Is There Room for Judith Shakespeare and Her Brother, Too?
Erin A. McCarthy
How Race Might Help Us Find "Lost" Women's Writing
“Undisciplined”: Early Modern Women's Writing and the Urgency of Scholarly Activism
Kimberly Anne Coles
What Were Women Writers?
Melissa E. Sanchez
Theories, Methods, and Cases
Reading Milton Like a Woman
Reading Marguerite de Navarre: An Aged Professor's Meditation
Anne Lake Prescott
Race Thinking in Margaret Cavendish's Drama
Between Women: Archival and Theoretical Methods in Early Modern Women's Writing
From the Archive to the Classroom
Hidden in Plain Sight: Editing and (Not) Canonizing Early Modern Women's Writing
The Renaissance Women's Canon, Past, Present, and Future
Steven W. May
Unconventional Experiments: Teaching Early Modern Women Writers
Victoria E. Burke
Teaching Women Writers in a "Great Books" Program
The Presence of the Now
A Small Room with Large Windows
Sarah C. E. Ross
Amy L. Tigner on Tasting Difference: Food, Race, and Cultural Encounters in Early Modern Literature by Gitanjali G. Shahani
Martine van Elk on Mary Wroth’s Poetry: An Electronic Edition, The Pulter Project: Poet in the Making, and Margaret Cavendish’s Poems and Fancies: A Digital Critical Edition
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