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- Between Women: Archival and Theoretical Methods in Early Modern Women's Writing Volume 63, Number 1-2, Winter/Spring 2021, pp. 107-120
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This issue contains 18 articles in total
- Digital Editions of Early Modern Women's Writing
- Sugar, Spice, and Cannibalism
- A Small Room with Large Windows
- The Presence of the Now
- Teaching Women Writers in a "Great Books" Program
- Unconventional Experiments: Teaching Early Modern Women Writers
- The Renaissance Women's Canon, Past, Present, and Future
- Hidden in Plain Sight: Editing and (Not) Canonizing Early Modern Women's Writing
- Between Women: Archival and Theoretical Methods in Early Modern Women's Writing
- Race Thinking in Margaret Cavendish's Drama
- Reading Marguerite de Navarre: An Aged Professor's Meditation
- Reading Milton like a Woman
- What Were Women Writers?
- "Undisciplined": Early Modern Women's Writing and the Urgency of Scholarly Activism
- How Race Might Help Us Find "Lost" Women's Writing
- Is There Room for Judith Shakespeare and Her Brother, Too?
- Loss and Longevity: Rhetorics and Tactics of Early Modern Women's Writing
- Beyond Canonicity: The Future(s) of Early Modern Women Writers
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