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HISTORY 17S: Princesses, Politicians, and Patronesses: Identities of Early Modern Noble Women

Noble women, often overlooked a political agents, were integral to the functioning of European political networks as intriguers, mothers, wife, patronesses, warriors, and chroniclers. Examines the writings of noble women (autobiography, personal correspondences, and a novel) with particular emphasis on behavioral expectations and practices, letter-writing and self-representation, networks (both familial and political), and cultural exchange and influence. From the mid-sixteenth to late eighteenth century (Catherine deMedici to Marie Antoinette). Cases from Italy, France, England, Spain, and Germany.
Instructors: Taylor, M. (PI)
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