1. “About which we want to speak now”: Beatrice of Nazareth’s Reason for Writing Uan seuen manieren van heileger minnen
  2. Kris Van Put
  3. pp. 143-163
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  1. “ʒe han desired to knowe in comfort of ʒoure soule”: Female Agency in The Chastising of God’s Children
  2. Marleen Cré
  3. pp. 164-180
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  1. Female Readers and the Sources of the Mirror to Devout People
  2. Paul J. Patterson
  3. pp. 181-200
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  1. “Ich schreyberin”: Rethinking Female Authorship with Anna Eybin’s Table of Contents
  2. Sara S. Poor
  3. pp. 201-223
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  1. Making Manuscripts as Political Engagement by Women in the Fifteenth-Century Observant Reform Movement
  2. Anne Winston-Allen
  3. pp. 224-247
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  1. Cultivating the Heart: Feeling and Emotion in Twelfth- and Thirteenth-Century Religious Texts by A. S. Lazikani (review)
  2. Jenny C. Bledsoe
  3. pp. 269-274
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  1. Neighboring Faiths: Christianity, Islam, and Judaism in the Middle Ages and Today by David Nirenberg (review)
  2. Esther Bernstein
  3. pp. 274-278
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  1. Spiritual Purification in Islam: The Life and Works of al-Muhasibi by Gavin Picken (review)
  2. Atif Khalil
  3. pp. 278-280
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  1. Feeling Like Saints: Lollard Writings After Wyclif by Fiona Somerset (review)
  2. Robyn Malo
  3. pp. 280-285
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  1. Introduction: Medieval Women’s Religious Texts in the Germanic Regions
  2. Patricia Stoop
  3. pp. v-viii
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