Constance Jordan

Constance Jordan is Professor of English at Claremont Graduate School. She is the author of Renaissance Feminism: Literary Texts and Political Models and Shakespeare's Monarchies: Ruler and Subject in the Romances, both from Cornell.

Renaissance Feminism
Literary Texts and Political Models
Constance Jordan
Considering a wide range of Renaissance works of nonfiction, Jordan asserts that feminism as a mode of thought emerged as early as the fifteenth century in Italy, and that the main arguments for the social equality of the sexes were common in...



Renaissance Feminism
Literary Texts and Political Models
Constance Jordan
Considering a wide range of Renaissance works of nonfiction, Jordan asserts that feminism as a mode of thought emerged as early as the fifteenth century in Italy, and that the main arguments for the social equality of the sexes were common in...








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