Language as the Site of Revolt in Medieval and Early Modern England: Speaking as a Woman by M. C. BoddenLanguage as the Site of Revolt in Medieval and Early Modern England: Speaking as a Woman by M. C. Bodden

Language as the Site of Revolt in Medieval and Early Modern England: Speaking as a Woman

byM. C. Bodden

Hardcover | September 6, 2011

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Language as the Site of Revolt in Medieval and Early Modern England: Speaking as a Woman makes the provocative argument that despite extensive evidence indicating a wholesale suppression of early women’s speech, women were actively engaged in cultural practices and speech strategies. M.C. Bodden ably demonstrates that not only did women have their own epistemologies, but they were also simultaneously complicit with patriarchal ideology and subversive in undermining that ideology. 

About The Author

M. C. Bodden is an Associate Professor in English Studies and Medieval Literature at Marquette University.  She is the author of The Old English Finding of the True Cross and many articles on early and late medieval authors.  She has been the recipient of the British Fulbright Scholar Research Award, the Canada Council Killam Award, a...

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Title:Language as the Site of Revolt in Medieval and Early Modern England: Speaking as a WomanFormat:HardcoverDimensions:276 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.03 inPublished:September 6, 2011Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230618766

ISBN - 13:9780230618763

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"M.C. Bodden's Language as a Site of Revolt, written in an engaging, almost coversational style, which nonetheless never suggests informatility or anything less than scholarly dedication to her subject, makes a captivating read, informative and enlightening all the way through, while handling the often heavy theoretical background also with ease." - Sixteenth Century Journal