THE ICONOLOGY OF GENDER I

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THE ICONOLOGY OF GENDER I

Traditions & Historical Perspectives

Papers in English & American Studies; 15.

Szerkesztő: Kiss Attila - Szőnyi György Endre

JATE Press, 2008

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MYTH AND ARCHETYPES

Robert Lima
Gendering Evil: Pandora, Lilith,Satan

Reghina Dascăl
Cassandra Revisited

Tar Ibolya
Hermaphroditismus

GENDER ICONOGRAPHY IN EARLY MODERN ART

Ivan Gerat
Saints and Their Heavenly Bridegroom – Pictorial Documents of Feminine Mystic in Central Europe

Ridovics Anna
The Changing Aspects of the Female Roles through the Cult of St. Anne in the Visual Art from the Historical Territory of Hungary (14–16TH c.)

Altti Kuusamo
Vaghezza and the Carnivalization of the Dionysian Nymph in the Mid-Sixteenth Century Imagery of the Birth of the Virgin Mary

Horváth Gyöngyvér
A Struggle or a Game? An Attempt to Interpret Guido Reni’s Atalanta and Hippomenes

Lubomír Konečný
„A Beard Suits a Man”: Bearded ladies in the Late Renaissance and Baroque Art

Alessandra Tarabocchia-Canavero
Anspielungen auf die Philosophie in den Figuren der Liebe. Cesare Ripas Iconologia

A. Agnes Sneller
Cesare Ripa in the Netherlands (1644–1750), A Gender View

EMBLEMATIC ICONOGRAPHY IN EARLY MODERN CULTURE

Alison Saunders
Male or Female: Visual and Verbal Gendering in Allegorical Representations in the Hymnes du Temps and Hymnes des Vertus

Silke R. Falkner
Images of the Other: The Gender of War in Turcica Iconography

Sz. Kristóf Ildikó
Being One, as if Many. De-gendering and Re-gendering Miracles in Late 17th-century Hungary

POETICS, IDEAS AND IMAGES

Jon Roberts
Speaking of Ladies: Castiglione’s (Un)Witting Anti-Feminists and Other Early Modern Subjects

Monika Grünberg Dröge
Does Love Have Gender? A Few Considerations on Pierre Sala’s „Emblèmes et devises d’amour”

Petrőczi Éva
The Pictorial and Verbal Icon of Sir Philip Sidney

Jorge Casanova
When Iconography Does Not Ease the Pain: Mary Wroth in Poetic Labor

THE EMBLEMATIC THEATRE OF THE ENGLISH RENAISSANCE

Amanda J. Piesse
The Taxonomy of Gendered Iconography on the Late Medieval and Early Modern Stage?

François Laroque
Shakespeare’s Iconography of Desire: Sexual Fantasies and Gender Relations in Venus and Adonis, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Antony and Cleopatra

Rajnai Judit
Hysteric(al) Bodies in William Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus

Dana Chetrinescu Percec
The Shrew and the Tamer – Shakespeare, Fletcher and the Semiotics of Female Domestic (Mis)Rule

Zenón Luis-Martínez
„Like Sorrow’s Monument”: Women and the Performance of Mourning in English Renaissance Tragedy

Matuska Ágnes
Improvising femininity

Kiss Attila
The Semiography of Wounds in Titus Andronicus

Kiséry András
Playing by ear: The Rhetoric of the Body in Cary’s Mariam

Oroszlán Anikó
„Actors” in „Barbaresque Mantells”. The Blackness of the Female Performers in ben Jonson’s The Masque of Blackness

Papers Read at the Conference, „The Iconography of Gender” July 14–17, 2003
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