Queenship in the Later Middle Ages, c. 1350-ca. 1500

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.

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

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

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.

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

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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]

Downie, F., She is But a Woman: Queenship in Scotland, 1424–1463 (Edinburgh: John Donald, 2006).

Earenfight, T., The King’s Other Body: María of Castile and the Crown of Aragon (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010).

———. “Raising Infanta Catalina de Aragón To Be Catherine, Queen of England,” Anuario de Estudios Medievales 46:1 (2016): 417–43.

———. “Regarding Catherine of Aragon.” In Scholars and Poets Talk About Queens. Edited by Carole Levin. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015. 137–57.

———. “Trastámara Kings, Queens, and the Gender Dynamics of Monarchy.” In The Emergence of León-Castile, c. 1065–1500: Essays Presented to J. F. O’Callaghan. Edited by James Todesca. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2015. 141–60.

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

Etting, V., Queen Margrethe I, 1353–1412, and the Founding of the Nordic Union (Leiden: Brill, 2004).

Finn, K. M., The Last Plantagenet Consorts: Gender, Genre, and Historiography, 1440–1627 (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012).

Fisher, S. “‘Margaret R’: Lady Margaret Beaufort’s Self-fashioning and Female Ambition,” 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, 151–72.

Foessel, A., “The Political Traditions of Female Rulership in Medieval Europe.” In Judith M. Bennett and Ruth Mazo Karras (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Women and Gender in Medieval Europe, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013).

Gamero Igea, G. “Stepmother and Mother of Princes: Legitimation and Political Action during the Reign of Juana Enríquez (1447–1468),” in E. Woodacre and C. Fleiner (eds), Royal Mothers and Their Ruling Children, 31–52.

Glyn, E. L. “Negotiating Queenship from Malory to Shakespeare.” Doctoral Dissertation. King’s College London, 2015.

Halecky, O. and T. Gromada, Jadwiga of Anjou and the Rise of East Central Europe (Boulder: Social Science Monographs, 1991).

Hicks, Michael A., Anne Neville (London: Faber & Faber, 2011).

Hunt, D. and I. Hunt (eds), Caterina Cornaro: Queen of Cyprus (London: Trigraph, 1989).

Hurlburt, Holly S. “Women, Gender, and Rulership in Medieval Italy.” History Compass 4:3 (2006): 528-35.

Jasperse, J.  “Duke Charles of Guelders (r.1492-†1538) and the ‘restoration’ of the tomb monument of Gerard IV and Margaret in the Roermond Minster,” in A.-M. J. van Egmond and C. A. Chvannes-Mazel (eds), Medieval Art in the Northern Netherlands before Van Eyck. Clavis: Stichting publicaties middeleeuwse kunst, 2014. 172–87.

Jonas, M. K. and M. G. Underwood, The King’s Mother: Lady Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond and Derby (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993).

Karaskova, Olga, “’Ung dressoir de cinq degrez’: Mary of Burgundy and the Construction of the Image of the Female Ruler,” in Juliana Dresvina and Nicholas Sparks (eds), Authority and Gender in Medieval and Renaissance Chronicles: Papers delivered at the Cambridge International Chronicles Symposium (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars, 2012), pp. 318–43.

Karagianni, Alexandra. “Female Monarchs in the Medieval Byzantine Court: Prejudice, Disbelief, and Calumnies,” in E. Woodacre (ed.), Queenship in the Mediterranean, pp. 9–25.

Klaniczay, G., Holy Rulers and Blessed Princesses: Dynastic Cults in Medieval Central Europe (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002).

Klassen, J. M., Warring Maidens, Captive Wives, and Hussite Queens: Women and Men at War and at Peace in Fifteenth Century Bohemia (New York: Columbia University Press, 2000).

Kosior, K. “Outlander, Baby Killer, Poisoner? Rethinking Bona Sfroza’s Black Legend,” 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, 199–224.

Laynesmith, J. L., “Constructing Queenship at Coventry: Pageantry and Politics at Margaret of Anjou’s ‘Secret Harbour,’” in The Fifteenth Century III. Authority and Subversion (Woodbridge: Boydell, 2003), pp. 137–48.

———, “Fertility Rite or Authority Ritual? The Queen’s Coronation in England 1445–87,” Social Attitudes and Political Structures in the Fifteenth Century (Stroud: Sutton, 2000).

———, “Joan of Kent’s Tale: Adultery and Rape in the Age of Chivalry,” Medieval Life 5 (1996).

———, “The Kings’ Mother,” History Today 56:3 (2006), pp. 38–44.

———, The Last Medieval Queens: English Queenship, 1445–1503 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004).

———, “A Paper Crown: The Titles and Seals of Cecily Duchess of York,” The Ricardian 10:133 (1996).

———, “Telling Tales of Adulterous Queens in Medieval England: from Olympias of Macedonia to Elizabeth Woodville,” in Lynette Mitchell (ed.), Every Inch a King: Comparative Studies in Kings and Kingship in the Ancient and Medieval Worlds (Leiden: Brill, 2012).

———, “The Thistle & the Rose,” History Scotland 3 (2003).

Lehfeldt, E. A., ‘Ruling Sexuality: The Political Legitimacy of Isabel of Castile’, Renaissance Quarterly 53 (2000): 31–56.

L’Estrange, E., Holy Motherhood: Gender, Dynasty, and Visual Culture in the Later Middle Ages (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2008).

Loconte, Aislinn, “‪Constructing Female Sanctity in Late Medieval Naples: The Funerary Monument of Queen Sancia of Majorca,” in Elizabeth L’Estrange, ‪Alison More (eds), Representing Medieval Genders and Sexualities in Europe: Construction, Transformation, and Subversion, 600–1530 (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2011), pp. 107–26.

López Izquierdo, M. “Palabras de reinas, santas y alcahuetas: Modalización y representación del discurso femenino en la literatura medieval,” Cahiers de linguistique et de civilisation hispaniques médiévales 27 (2004): 83–94.

Maurer, H. E., Margaret of Anjou: Queenship and Power in Late Medieval England (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2003).

Mudan-Finn, K. The Last Plantagenet Consorts. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.

Okerlund, A. N., Elizabeth of York (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009).

Peinado Santaella, Rafael Gerardo. “Ferrandi Martia Coniunx: Isabel la Católica y la Guerra de Granada.” In Homenaje a Antonio Domínguez Ortiz, Juan Luis Castellano, Miguel Luis López, and Guadalupe Muñoz (eds.), 3 vols. (Granada, 2008), vol. 1, pp. 709-20.

Pelaz Flores, D. “Jaque a la Reina: cuando la mujer se convierte en un estorbo politico,” Miscelánea Medieval Murciana 35 (2011): 177–87.

———. “Queenly Time in the Reign of Juan II of Castile (1406–1454),” in E. Woodacre (ed.), Queenship in the Mediterranean, pp. 169–90.

———. “To Be the Queen’s Daughter: Controversy, Adultery, and the Legitimacy Problem in the Reign of Enrique IV of Castile (1454–1474), in E. Woodacre and C. Fleiner (eds), Royal Mothers and Their Ruling Children, 11–30.

Pina Balerias, I. “The Political Role of a Portuguese Queen in the Late Fourteenth Century,” in E. Woodacre (ed.), Queenship in the Mediterranean, pp. 97–123.

Reid, J. A. King’s Sister—Queen of Dissent: Marguerite of Navarre (1492-1549) and her Evangelical Network. 2 vols. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2009.

Richardson, A. “’Riding like Alexander, Hunting like Diana’: Gendered Aspects of the Medieval Hunt and its Landscape Settings in England and France,” Gender and History 24:2 (2012): 253–70.

Rodrigues, A. M., “Philippa of Lancaster: The Memory of a Model Queen,” in E. Woodacre (ed.), Queenship in the Mediterranean, pp. 125–44.

———, “The Queen-Consort in Late-Medieval Portugal,” in B. Bolton and C. Meek (eds), Aspects of Power and Authority in the Middle Ages (Turnhout: Brepols, 2007): 131–46.

Rohr, Z.  “Lessons for My Daughter: Self-fashioning Stateswomanship in the Late Medieval Crown of Aragon,” in Self-Fashioning and Assumptions of Identity in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia, Laura Delbrugge (ed.). Leiden: Brill, 2014. 46–78.

———. “Not Lost in Translation: Aragonese Court Culture on Tour (1400–1480),” in E. Woodacre (ed.), Queenship in the Mediterranean, pp. 145–68.

———. “Playing the Catalan: The Rise of the Chess Queen; Queenship and Political Motherhood in Late Medieval Aragon and France,” 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, 173–98.

———. Yolande of Aragon (1381–1442) Family and Power. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.

Santos Silva, M. “A Mother and Her Illustrious Offspring: The Role of Philippa of Lancaster, Queen of Portugal, in her Children’s Education (1387–1415),” 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, 65–84.

———. “Princess Isabel of Portugal: First Lady in a Kingdom without a Queen (1415–1428),” in E. Woodacre (ed.), Queenship in the Mediterranean, pp. 191–205.

Silleras-Fernández, N., “Between Expectation and Desire: Widowhood and Sexuality in Late Medieval Iberia,” Viator 42:2 (2011): 353–70.

———. Chariots of Ladies: Francesc Eiximenis and the Court Culture of Medieval and Early Modern Iberia. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2015.

———. “Controlling Feminine Excess: Isabel the Catholic and Didactic Literature,” in Women’s Networks of Spiritual Promotion in the Peninsular Kingdoms (13th–16th centuries), ed. Blanca Garí, trans. by PangurBàn, SL. Rome: Viella, 2013.  185–204.

———. “Creada a su imagen y semejanza: La coronación de la Reina de Aragón según las Ordenaciones de Pedro el Ceremonioso,” Lusitania Sacra. 2a Série 31 (2015): 107–128.

———. “Dues reines per a un rei: Maria de Luna i Margarida de Prades, les mullers de Martí I l’Humà (r. 1396–1410),” in Martí l’Humà, el darrer rei de la dinastia de Barcelona (1396–1410), L’interregne i el compromís de Casp, ed. Maria Teresa Ferrer i Mallol (Barcelona: Institut d’Estudis Catalans, 2015): 693–710.

———. “Inside Perspectives: Catalina and João III of Portugal and a Speculum for a Queen-to-be,” in Self-Fashioning and Assumptions of Identity in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia, Laura Delbrugge (ed.). Leiden: Brill, 2014. 226–53.

———. Power, Piety, and Patronage in Late Medieval Queenship: Maria de Luna (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008).

———. “The Queen, the Prince, and the Ideologue: Alonso Ortiz’s Notions of Queenship at the Court of the Catholic Kings,” Anuario de Estudios Medievales 46:1 (2016): 393–415.

———. “Reginalitat als regnes hispànics medievals: concepte historiogràfic per a una realitat històrica,” Boletín de la Real Academia de Buenas Letras de Barcelona 50 (2005–2006): 121–42.

Stevenson, K. “Chivalry, British sovereignty and dynastic politics: undercurrents of antagonism in Tudor-Stewart relations, c.1490−c.1513.” Historical Research 86:234 (2013): 601–18.

Turel, Noa, “Staging the Court: Auto-Iconicity and Female Authority around a 1478 Burgundian Baptism,” in Juliana Dresvina and Nicholas Sparks (eds), Authority and Gender in Medieval and Renaissance Chronicles: Papers delivered at the Cambridge International Chronicles Symposium (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars, 2012), pp. 344–75.

Val Valdivieso, M. I. del. “Isabel la Católica y la educación,” Aragón en la Edad Media: Estudios de Economía y Sociedad 19 (2006): 555–62.

———, “Isabel la Católica: Una mujer para el trono de Castilla,” Memòries de la Reial Acadèmia Mallorquina d’Estudis Genealògics, Heràldics i Històrics 14 (2004): 7–23.

———, “Isabel la Católica o el triunfo de la intriga,” Historia 16:4 (40) (1979: 47–51.

Weissberger, B., Isabel Rules: Constructing Queenship, Wielding Power (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2004).

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

Wolff, M. (ed.), Kings, Queens, and Courtiers: Art in Early Renaissance France (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2011).

Wood, C. T., Joan of Arc and Richard III: Sex, Saints, and Government in the Middle Ages (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1988).

Woodacre, E., “Blanca, Queen of Sicily and Queen of Navarre: Connecting the Pyrenees and the Mediterranean via an Aragonese Alliance,” in E. Woodacre (ed.), Queenship in the Mediterranean, pp. 207–27.

———. “Cousins & Queens: Family Ties, Political aAmbition & Epistolary Diplomacy in Renaissance Europe,” in G. Sluga, G. Calvi and C. James (eds) Women, Diplomacy and International Politics from 1500. New York: Routledge: 2015. 30–45.

———, “The Perils of Promotion: Maternal Ambition and Sacrifice in the Life of Joan of Navarre, Duchess of Brittany, and Queen of England,” 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, 125–48.

———, The Queens Regnant of Navarre: Succession, Politics, and Partnership, 1274-1512.  Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.

———, “Questionable Authority: Female Sovereigns and their Consorts in Medieval and Renaissance Chronicles,” in Juliana Dresvina and Nicholas Sparks (eds), Authority and Gender in Medieval and Renaissance Chronicles: Papers delivered at the Cambridge International Chronicles Symposium (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars, 2012), pp. 376–406.

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