Comprehensive Bibliography

Encyclopedia Entries, Reference Essays, and General Overview Essays:

Earenfight, T. “Where Do We Go From Here? Some Thoughts on Power and Gender in the Middle Ages.” Medieval Feminist Forum 51:2 (2016). http://ir.uiowa.edu/mff/vol51/iss2/12

Roca i Costa, M. C. “Cómo eran las princesas en la Edad Media,” Cío: Revista de Historia 91 (2009): 18–27.

Shadis, M. “Queens.” Oxford Bibliographies in Medieval Studies. Paul Szarmach (ed.).  New York: Oxford University Press. http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780195396584/obo- 9780195396584-0123.xml

———. “Queenship.” The Encyclopedia of Political Thought, Michael T. Gibbons (ed) (Malden, MA: Wiley, 2015), pp. 3083–3085 [DOI: 10.1002/9781118474396.wbept0853]

 

Queens and Queenship: Edited Source Texts

d’Avray, D. Dissolving Royal Marriages: A Documentary History 800-1600. Cambridge University Press, 2014.

De Pizan, Christine. The Book of Peace by Christine de Pizan. K. Green, C.  J. Mews, and J. Pinder (eds.). University Park: Penn State Press, 2008.

Hincmar of Rheims: On the Divorce of King Lothar and Queen Theutberga. R. Stone and C. West (eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.

The Warenne (Hyde) Chronicle. E. van Houts and R. Love (eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013.

 

Queens and Queenship, Women and Power: Essay Collections

Boruchoff, D. (ed.), Isabel la Católica, Queen of Castile: Critical Essays (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003).

Brown, C. J. (ed.), The Cultural and Political Legacy of Anne de Bretagne: Negotiating Convention in Books and Documents (Woodbridge: D. S. Brewer, 2010).

Carpenter, J. and S. B. MacLean (eds), The Power of the Weak: Studies on Medieval Women (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1995).

Cruz, A. and M. Suzuki (eds), The Rule of Women in Early Modern Europe (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2009).

Davids, A. (ed.), The Empress Theophano: Byzantium and the West at the Turn of the First Millennium (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002).

Duggan, A. J. (ed.), Queens and Queenship in Medieval Europe (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 1997).

Earenfight, T. (ed.), Queenship and Political Power in Medieval and Early Modern Spain (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005).

Erler, M. and M. Kowaleski (eds), Women and Power in the Middle Ages (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1988).

———, Gendering the Master Narrative: Women and Power in the Middle Ages (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2003).

Fleiner, C. and E. Woodacre (eds). Virtuous or Villainess? The Image of the Royal Mother from the Early Medieval to the Early Modern Era. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.

Fradenburg, L. O. (ed.), Women and Sovereignty (Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press, 1991).

Kibler, W. W. (ed.), Eleanor of Aquitaine: Patron and Politician (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1976).

Levin, C. and R. Bucholz (eds), Queens & Power in Medieval and Early Modern England (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2009).

Levin, C. and C. Stewart-Nuñez (eds.). Scholars and Poets Talk About Queens. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.

Nolan, K. (ed.), Capetian Women (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003).

Oakley-Brown, L. and L. J. Wilkinson (eds), The Rituals and Rhetoric of Queenship: Medieval to Early Modern (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2009).

Parsons, J. C. (ed.), Medieval Queenship (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1993).

Vann, T. M., (ed.), Queens, Regents, and Potentates (Denton, TX: Academia Press, 1993).

Weissberger, B. (ed.), Queen Isabel I of Castile: Power, Patronage, Persona (Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, 2008).

Wheeler, B. and J. C. Parsons (eds), Eleanor of Aquitaine: Lord and Lady (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003).

Woodacre, E. (ed.). Queenship in the Mediterranean: Negotiating the Role of the Queen in the Medieval and Early Modern Eras. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.

Woodacre, E. and C. Fleiner (eds).  Royal Mothers and Their Ruling Children: Wielding Political Authority from Antiquity to the Early Modern Era. Basingstoke: Plagrave Macmillan, 2015.

 

Monographs, Journal Articles, and Essays in Edited Volumes

Adair, P. A.,Constance of Arles: A Study in Duty and Frustration’, in K. Nolan, Capetian Women, pp. 9–26.

Adams, T., “L’Affaire de la Tour de Nesle: Love Affair as Political Conspiracy,” in C. Leveleux-Teixeira, Ribémont B (eds.) Le crime de l’ombre. Paris: Klincksieck, 2010. 17–40.

———. Christine de Pizan and the Fight for France. University Park: Penn State Press, 2014.

———. ‘“Christine de Pizan, Isabeau of Bavaria, and Female Regency,” French Historical Studies 32:1 (2009): 1–32.

———. “Renaissance Queenship: A Review Article.” Explorations in Renaissance Culture 42:1 (2016): 87–107.

———, The Life and Afterlife of Isabeau of Bavaria (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010).

———, ‘Notions of Late Medieval Queenship: Christine de Pizan’s Isabeau of Bavaria’, in A. Cruz and M. Suzuki (eds), The Rule of Women in Early Modern Europe, pp. 13–29.

———, ‘Recovering Queen Isabeau of France (c.1370–1435): A Re-reading of Christine de Pizan’s Letters to the Queen.” Fifteenth Century Studies 33 (2008): 35–54.

Adamska, Anna, “Latin and Vernacular – Reading and Meditation: Two Polish Queens and Their Books,” in Sabrina Corbellini (ed.), Cultures of Religious Reading in the Late Middle Ages (Turnhout Brepols Publishers, 2013), pp. 219–46.

Ainsworth, P.,Representing Royalty: Kings, Queens, and Captains in Some Early Fifteenth-Century Manuscripts of Froissart’s “Chroniques”’, The Medieval Chronicle 4 (2006): 1–37.

Airlie, S.,Private Bodies and the Body Politic in the Divorce Case of Lothar II’, Past and Present 161 (1998): 3–38.

Aram, B., Authority and Maternity in Late-Medieval Castile: Four Queens Regnant’, in B. Bolton and C. Meek (eds), Aspects of Power and Authority in the Middle Ages (Turnhout: Brepols, 2007), pp. 121–29.

———, Juana the Mad: Sovereignty and Dynasty in Renaissance Europe. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005.

Armstrong, D., ‘Holy Queens as Agents of Christianization in Bede’s ‘Ecclesiastical History’: A Reconsideration’, Old English Newsletter 29 (Spring 1996): A–28.

Averkorn, R., ‘Women and Power in the Middle Age: Political Aspects of Medieval Queenship’, in A. K. Isaacs (ed.), Political Systems and Definitions of Gender Roles (Pisa: Edizioni Plus-Università di Pisa, 2001), pp. 11–30.

Avril, F., Manuscript Painting at the Court of France: The Fourteenth Century, 1310–1380, U. Molinaro and B. Benderson (trans) (New York: Braziller, 1978).

Azcona, T. de, Isabel la Católica: Estudio critic de su vida y su reinado (Madrd: BAC, 1993).

Azevedo, P. de, ‘Inquirição de 1336 sobre os milagres da Rainha D. Isabel’, Boletim da Segunda Classe da Academia das Scíencias de Lisboa 3 (1910): 294–303.

Bak, J., Coronations: Medieval and Early Modern Monarchic Ritual (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1990).

———, ‘Queens as Scapegoats in Medieval Hungary’, in A. J. Duggan (ed.), Queens and Queenship in Medieval Europe, pp. 223–33.

———, ‘Roles and Functions of Queens in Árpádian and Angevin Hungary’, in J. C. Parsons (ed.), Medieval Queenship, pp. 13–23.

Baker, D., ‘“A Nursery of Saints”: St. Margaret of Scotland Reconsidered’, in D. Baker (ed.), Medieval Women (Oxford: Blackwell, 1978), pp. 119–41.

Baldwin, J. W.,The Many Loves of Philip Augustus’, in S. Roush and C. L. Baskins (eds), The Medieval Marriage Scene: Prudence, Passion, Policy (Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2005), pp. 67–80.

Balzaretti, R., ‘Theodelinda, ‘Most Glorious Queen’: Gender and Power in Lombard Italy’, Medieval History Journal 2:2 (1999): 183–207.

Bange, P.The Image of Women of the Nobility in the German Chronicles of the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries’, inA. Davids (ed.), The Empress Theophano, pp. 150–68.

Barber, R., ‘Eleanor of Aquitaine and the Media’, in M. Bull and C. Léglu (eds), The World of Eleanor of Aquitaine: Literature and Society in Southern France between the Eleventh and Thirteenth Centuries (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2005), pp. 13–27.

Barrett, E., Art and the Construction of Medieval Queenship: Dynastic Legitimacy and Family Piety (Poole: Cassell, 1998).

Barrow, G. W. S.,A Kingdom in Crisis: Scotland and the Maid of Norway’, Scottish Historical Review 69:2 (1990): 120–41.

Barton, Simon. Conquerors, Brides, and Concubines: Interfaith Relations and Social Power in Medieval Iberia. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015.

Bates, D., ‘The Representation of Queens and Queenship in Anglo-Norman Royal Charters’, in P. Fouracre and D. Ganz (eds), Frankland: The Franks and the World of the Early Middle Ages (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2008), pp. 285–303.

Beaune, C., The Birth of an Ideology: Myths and Symbols of Nation in Late-Medieval France,S. R. Huston (trans.) (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991; 1985).

de Beauvoir, S., The Second Sex, trans. C. Borde & S. Malovany-Chevallier (London: Jonathan Cape, 2009; first French edition, 1949).

Bedos Rezak, B., ‘Women, Seals, and Power in Medieval France’, in M. Erler and M. Kowaleski (eds), Women and Power in the Middle Ages, pp. 61–82.

Beech, G., ‘The Eleanor of Aquitaine Vase’, in B. Wheeler and J. C. Parsons (eds), Eleanor of Aquitaine: Lord and Lady, pp. 369–76.

———, ‘Queen Mathilda of England (1066–1083) and the Abbey of La Chaise-Dieu in the Auvergne’, Frühmittelalterliche Studien 27 (1993): 350–74.

Beem, C., The Foreign Relations of Elizabeth I (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011).

———, ‘“Greater by Marriage”: The Matrimonial Career of the Empress Matilda’, in C. Levin and R. Bucholz (eds), Queens & Power in Medieval and Early Modern England, pp. 1–15.

———, “‘Greatest in Her Offspring’: Motherhood and the Empress Matilda,” in C. Fleiner and E. Woodacre (eds), Virtuous or Villainess? The Image of the Royal Mother from the Early Medieval to the Early Modern Era, 85–100.

———, The Lioness Roared: The Problems of Female Rule in English History (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006).

———, The Royal Minorities of Medieval and Early Modern England (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008).

———, “The Virtuous Virago: The Empress Matilda and the Politics of Womanhood in Twelfth-century England,” in C. Levin and C. Stewart-Nuñez (eds.), Scholars and Poets Talk About Queens, 85–98.

Beer, M. “Practices and performances of queenship: Catherine of Aragon and Margaret Tudor, 1503-1533.” Doctoral Dissertation. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2014.

Bell, I., Elizabeth I:  The Voice of a Monarch (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010).

Bell, L. M., ‘“Hel our queen”: An Old Norse Analogue to an Old English Female Hell’, Harvard Theological Review 76:2 (1983): 263–68.

Bell, S. G., The Lost Tapestries of the City of Ladies: Christine de Pizan’s Renaissance Legacy (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2004).

———, ‘Medieval Women Book Owners: Arbiters of Piety and Ambassadors of Culture’, Signs 7 (1982): 742–68.

Benevides, F. da F., Rainhas de Portugal; estudos historicos com muitos documentos (Lisbon: Castro Irmão, 1878–79; reprint ed.  Lisbon: Livros Horizonte, 2007).

Bennett, J. M., History Matters: Patriarchy and the Challenge of Feminism (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2006).

Bennett, M., ‘Virile Latins, Effeminate Greeks, and Strong Women: Gender Definitions on Crusade?’ in S. B. Edgington and S. Lambert (eds), Gendering the Crusades (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2001), pp. 16–30.

Benz St. John, L., Three Medieval Queens: Queenship and Crown in Fourteenth-century England (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012).

Bérenger, J. A History of the Habsburg Empire: 1273–1700 (London: Longman, 1994).

Bertière, S., Les Reines de France au temps de Valois. 2 vols. Paris: Fallois, 1994).

Bethlehem, U., Guinevere: A Medieval Puzzle: Images of Arthur’s Queen in the Medieval Literature of Britain and France (Heidelberg: Anglistische Forschungen: 2005).

Bianchini, J., The Queen’s Hand: Power and Authority in the Reign of Berenguela of Castile (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012).

Biebel-Stanley, E. M.,Sovereignty through the Lady: “The Wife of Bath’s Tale” and the Queenship of Anne of Bohemia’, in S. E. Passmore and S. Carter (eds), The English ‘Loathly Lady’ Tales: Boundaries, Traditions, Motifs (Kalamazoo: Medieval Institute Publications, 2007), pp. 73–82.

Bienvenu, J.-M., ‘Aliénor d’Aquitaine et Fontevraud’, Cahiers de civilisation médiévale 29:1–2 (1986): 15–27.

Biles, M., “The Indomitable Belle: Eleanor of Provence, Queen of England’, in H. Sinclair (ed.), Seven Studies in Medieval English History and Other Historical Essays (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1983), pp. 113–32.

Bitel, L., Land of Women: Tales of Sex and Gender from Early Ireland (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1996).

Black, N. B., Medieval Narratives of Accused Queens (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2003).

Blackley, F. D., ‘Isabella of France, Queen of England 1308–1358, and the Late Medieval Cult of the Dead’, Canadian Journal of History 15:1 (1980): 23–47.

Blanton, V., King Anna’s Daughters: Genealogical Narrative and Cult Formation in the ‘Liber Eliensis’’’, Historical Reflections/ Reflexions historiques 30:1 (Spring 2004): 127–49.

———, “‘[. . .] the quene in Amysbery, a nunne in whyght clothys and blak [. . .]’: Guinevere’s Asceticism and Penance in Malory’s Le Morte D’Arthur,” Arthuriana  20:1 (2010): 52–75.

———, Signs of Devotion: The Cult of St. Æthelthryth in Medieval England, 695–1615 (University Park: Penn State University Press, 2007).

Bloem, H. M., ‘The Processions and Decorations at the Royal Funeral of Anne of Brittany’, Bibliothèque d’Humanisme et Renaissance 54:1 (1992): 131–60.

Blumenfeld-Kosinski, R., ‘Christine de Pizan and the Political Life in Late Medieval France’, in B. Altmann and D. McGrady (eds), Christine de Pizan: A Casebook (London: Routledge, 2003), 9–24.

Bogomoletz, W. V., ‘Anna of Kiev: An Enigmatic Capetian Queen of the Eleventh Century: A Reassessment of Biographical Sources’, French History 19:3 (2005): 299–323.

Bolton, T., ‘Ælfgifu of Northampton: Cnut the Great’s Other Woman’, Nottingham Medieval Studies 51 (2007): 247–68.

Borkowska, Urszula, “The Funeral Ceremonies of the Polish Kings from the Fourteenth to the Eighteenth Centuries,” The Journal of Ecclesiastical History 36 (1985), pp 513–34.

———, “Theatrum Ceremoniale at the Polish Court as a System of Social and Political Communication,” in Anna Adamska and Marco Mostert (eds), The Development of Literate Mentalities in East Central Europe (Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, 2004), pp. 431–50.

Bossy, M.-A., ‘Arms and the Bride: Christine de Pisan’s Military Treaties as a Wedding Gift for Margaret of Anjou’, in M. Desmond (ed.), Christine de Pisan and the Categories of Difference (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1998), pp. 236–56.

Bouchard, C. B., ‘Eleanor’s Divorce from Louis VII: The Uses of Consanguinity’, in B. Wheeler and J. C. Parsons (eds), Eleanor of Aquitaine: Lord and Lady, pp. 223–35.

Bourgain, P., ‘Clovis et Clotilde chez les historiens médiévaux des temps mérovingiens au premier siècle capétien’, Bibliothèque d l’Ecole de Chartes 154 (1996): 53–85.

Bowie, C. M. The Daughters of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine: A Comparative Study of Twelfth-Century Royal Women (Turnhout: Brepols, 2014).

———, “The daughters of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine: a comparative study of twelfth-century royal women,” doctoral dissertation, University of Glasgow, 2011.

———, “To Have and Have Not: The Dower of Joanna Plantagenet, Queen of Sicity (1177–1189)”, in E. Woodacre (ed.), Queenship in the Mediterranean, pp. 27–50.

Boyd, M., Rulers in Petticoats (New York: Criterion, 1966).

Brabant, M., Politics, Gender and Genre: The Political Thought of Christine de Pizan (Boulder: Westview Press, 1992).

Bradbury, J., Stephen and Matilda: The Civil War, 1139–1154 (Stroud: Sutton, 1996).

Bratsch-Prince, D., Pawn or Player? Violant of Bar and the Game of Matrimonial Politics in the Crown of Aragon (1380–1396)’, in E. Lacarra Lanz (ed.), Marriage and Sexuality in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia (Oxford: Routledge, 2002), pp. 59–89.

———, ‘A Reappraisal of the Correspondence of Violant de Bar (1365–1431)’, Catalan Review 8 (1994): 295–312.

———, ‘A Queen’s Task: Violant de Bar and the Experience of Royal Motherhood in Fourteenth-Century Aragon’, La Cornice 27: 1 (1998): 21–34.

———, Violante de Bar (1365–1431), María Morrás (trans.) (Madrid: Ediclás, 2002).

Bremmer, R. H., Jr., ‘Widows in Anglo-Saxon England’, in J. Bremmer and L. van den Bosch (eds). Between Poverty and the Pyre: Moments in the History of Widowhood (New York: Routledge, 1995), pp. 58–88.

Broadhurst, K. M., ‘Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine: Patrons of Literature in French?’, Viator 27 (1996): 53–84.

Brown, C. J., The Queen’s Library: Image-Making at the Court of Anne of Brittany (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010).

Brown, E. A. R., ‘Eleanor of Aquitaine Reconsidered: The Woman and Her Seasons’, in B. Wheeler and J. C. Parsons (eds), Eleanor of Aquitaine: Lord and Lady, pp. 1–54.

———, ‘The Kings Conundrum: Endowing Queens and Loyal Servants, Ensuring Salvation, and Protecting the Patrimony in Fourteenth-Century France’, in J. A. Burrow and I. P. Wei (eds), Medieval Futures: Attitudes to the Future in the Middle Ages (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2000), pp. 115–63.

———, ‘Order and Disorder in the Life and Death of Anne de Bretagne’, in C. J. Brown (ed.), The Cultural and Political Legacy of Anne de Bretagne, pp. 177–92.

———, ‘The Political Repercussions of Family Ties in the Early Fourteenth Century: The Marriage of Edward II of England and Isabelle of France’, Speculum 63 (1988): 573–95.

Brown-Grant, R., Christine de Pizan and the Moral Defense of Women: Reading Beyond Gender (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999).

Browning, R., Justinian and Theodora (New York: Praeger, 1971).

Brubaker, L., ‘Memories of Helena: Patterns of Imperial Matronage in the Fourth and Fifth Centuries’, in L. James (ed.), Women, Men, and Eunuchs: Gender in Byzantium (New York: Routledge, 1997), pp. 52–75.

———, ‘Sex, Lies, and Textuality: The Secret History of Prokopios and the Rhetoric of Gender in Sixth-Century Byzantium’, in L. Brubaker and J. M. H. Smith (eds), Gender in the Early Medieval World: East and West, 300–900 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004), pp. 83–101.

Brundage, J. A., ‘The Canon Law of Divorce in the Mid-Twelfth Century: Louis VII c. Eleanor of Aquitaine’, in B. Wheeler and J. C. Parsons (eds), Eleanor of Aquitaine: Lord and Lady, pp. 213–21.

———, Law, Sex, and Christian Society in Medieval Europe (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1987).

Buc, P., ‘Italian Hussies and German Matrons: Luitprand of Cremona on Dynastic Legitimacy’, Frühmittelalterliche Studien 29 (1995): 207­–25.

Buíttner, M. G., ‘The Education of Queens in the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries’, unpublished doctoral dissertation (University of Cambridge, 2003).

Burman, J., ‘The Christian Empress Eudocia’, in J. Perreault (ed.), Les Femmes et le Monochisme Byzantine (Athens: Canadian Archaeological Institute, 1991), pp. 51–59.

Cabré, M., ‘From a Master to a Laywoman:  A Feminine Manual of Self-Help,’ Dynamis:  Acta Hispanica ad Medicinae Scientiarumque Historiam Illustrandam 20 (2000), 371-393.

Cahn, W., ‘The Psalter of Queen Emma’, Cahiers archéologiques 33 (1985): 72–85.

Cameron, A., ‘The Empress and the Poet: Paganism and Politics at the Court of Theodosius II’, Yale Classical Studies 27 (1982): 126–45.

Cannon, J. and Hargreaves, A. The Kings and Queens of Britain (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009).

Carmona Ruiz, M. A., María de Molina (Barcelona: Plaza Janés, 2005).

Carneiro de Sousa, I., A Rainha D. Leonor (1458–1525): Poder, Misericórdia, Religiosidade e Espiritualidade no Portugal do Renascimento (Lisbon: Fundação Gulbernkian-Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, 2002).

Carrasco, M. E.,Spirituality in Context: The Romanesque Illustrated Life of Saint Radegund of Poitiers (Poitiers, Bibliotheque Municipale, MS 250)’, Art Bulletin 72:3 (1990): 414–35.

Cassotti, M., D. Teresa: a primeira rainha de Portugal, A. I. Ruiz Barata (trans.) (Lisbon: Esfera dos Livros, 2008).

Casteen, E. ‘The Making of a Neapolitan She-Wolf: Gender, Sexuality, and Sovereignty and the Reputation of Johanna I of Naples’, unpublished doctoral dissertation, Northwestern University, 2009.

———, “Sex and Politics in Naples: The Regnant Queenship of Johanna I.” The Journal of the Historical Society 11:2 (2011): 183–210.

Castro Lingl, V., ‘Juan de Flores and Lustful Women: The “Crónica Incompleta de los Reyes Católicos”’, La Corónica 24:1 (1995): 74–89.

Caviness, M. H.,Anchoress, Abbess, and Queen: Donors and Patrons or Intercessors and Matrons?’ in J. H. McCash (ed.),The Cultural Patronage of Medieval Women (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1996), pp. 105–54.

———, “Of Arms and the Woman in Medieval Europe: Fact. Fiction. Fantasy.” FKW // Zeitschrift für Geschlechterforschung und visuelle Kultur 54 (2013): http://www.fkw-journal.de/index.php/fkw/issue/current/showToc.

Cengel, Lauren. “Partners in Rule: A Study of Twelfth-Century Queens of England.” doctoral dissertation, Wittenberg University Honors Theses, 2012.

Chamberlain, C., ‘The “Sainted Queen” and the “Sin of Berenguela”: Teresa Gil de Viduare and Berenguela Alfonso in the Documents of the Crown of Aragon, 1255–1272’, in L. J. Simon (ed.), Iberia and the Mediterranean World of the Middle Ages (Leiden: Brill, 1995), vol. 1, pp. 303–21.

Chamberlayne, J. L.,Crowns and Virgins: Queenmaking During the Wars of the Roses’, In K. J. Lewis, N. J. Menuge, and K. M. Phillips (eds), Young Medieval Women (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1999), pp. 47–68.

Cherewatuk, K., ‘Radegund and the Epistolary Tradition’, in K. Cherwatuk and U. Wiethaus (eds), Dear Sister: Medieval Women and the Epistolary Genre (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1993), pp. 20–45.

Chibnall, M., ‘The Empress Matilda and Her Sons’, in ed. J. C. Parsons and B. Wheeler (eds), Medieval Mothering (New York: Garland, 1996), pp. 279–94.

———, ‘The Empress Matilda as a Subject for Biography’, in D. Bates, J. Crick, and S. Hamilton (eds), Writing Medieval Biography, 750–1250 (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2006), pp. 185–94.

———, The Empress Matilda: Queen Consort, Queen Mother, and Lady of the English (Oxford: Blackwell, 1991).

Chodor, J.,Queens in Early Medieval Chronicles of East Central Europe’, East Central Europe 1: 21–23 (1991): 9–50.

Christys, Ann, ‘The Queen of the Franks Offers Gifts to the Caliph al-Muktafi’’, in W. Davies and P. Fouracre (eds), The Languages of Gift in the Early Middle Ages (Cambridge University Press, 2010), pp. 149–70.

Ciggar, K., ‘Theophano: An Empress Reconsidered’, in A. Davids (ed.), The Empress Theophano, pp. 49–63.

Cimino, Roberta. “Italian Queens in the Ninth and Tenth Centuries,” doctoral dissertation. University of St Andrews, 2014.

Clear, Matthew J.,Maria of Hungary as Queen, Patron, and Exemplar’, in J. Elliott and C. Warr (eds), The Church of Santa Maria Donna Regina: Art, Iconography, and Patronage in Fourteenth-Century Naples (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2004), pp. 45–60.

———, ‘Piety and Patronage in the Mediterranean: Sancia of Majorca (1286–1345) Queen of Sicily, Provence and Jerusalem’, unpublished doctoral dissertation (University of Sussex, 2000).

Clements, J. H. “The Construction of Queenship in the Illustrated Estoire de Seint Aedward le Rei.Gesta 52:1 (2013): 21–42.

Clover, C., ‘Regardless of Sex: Men, Women, and Power in Early Northern Europe’, Speculum 68:2 (1993): 363–88.

Coates, S., Regendering Radegund? Fortunatus, Baudonivia, and the Problem of Female Sanctity in Merovingian Gaul’, Studies in Church History 34 (1998): 37–50.

Comba, M. “Methods of Queenship in Matrimonial Diplomacy: Fifteenth Century Scottish Royal Women,” Constellations 5:2 (2014) [https://ejournals.library.ualberta.ca/index.php/constellations/article/view/22030]

Conklin, G., ‘Ingeborg of Denmark, Queen of France, 1193–1223’, in A. J. Duggan (ed.), Queens and Queenship in Medieval Europe, pp. 39–52.

Coldstream, N., ‘The Roles of Women in Late Medieval Civic Pageantry in England’, in T. Martin (ed.), Reassessing the Roles of Women as ‘Makers’ of Medieval Art and Architecture, 2 vols (Leiden: Brill, 2012), vol. 1, pp. 175–94.

Coleman, J. ,‘Philippa of Lancaster, Queen of Portugal—and Patron of the Gower Translations?’ in England and Iberia in the Middle Ages, 12th–15th Century: Cultural, Literary and Political Exchanges, M. Bullón-Fernández (ed.) (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007), pp. 135–65.

Collins, R., Queens-Dowager and Queens-Regent in Tenth-Century León and Navarre’, in J. C. Parsons (ed.), Medieval Queenship, pp. 79–92.

Coll Juliá, N., Doña Juana Enríquez, lugarteniente real en Cataluña, 1461–68, 2 vols. (Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, 1953).

Connon, A.,The Banshenchas and the Uí Néill Queens of Tara’, in A. P. Smyth (ed.), Seanchas: Studies in Early Medieval Irish Archaeology, History and Literature in Honour of Francis J. Byrne (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 1999), pp. 98–108.

Consolino, F. E.,Christianising Barbarian Kingdoms: Queens and Conversion to Catholicism (476-604)’, inK. E. Børresen (ed.), Christian and Islamic Gender Models in Formative Traditions (Freiburg: Herder, 2004), pp. 103–33.

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