On the Shelf for November 2017
The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast: Episode 16a
Your monthly update on what the Lesbian Historic Motif Project has been doing.
In this episode we talk about
- Recent and upcoming publications covered on the blog
- Premodern Sexualities – a collection of papers on the history of sexuality
- Knighton’s Chronicle – a primary text mentioned in the “female knights” essay
- An article on a medieval English joint memorial brass
- Thinking Sex with the Early Moderns – a theory-heavy book on the process of doing the history of sexuality
- The Lesbian Premodern – another collection focusing on theory and historiography but specifically looking at lesbian premodern history as a field of study
- Announcing this month’s author guest, Farah Mendlesohn, and her debut novel Spring Flowering
- Ask Sappho: Rose Herman-Pall asks “How did women in history signal to each other that they were Sapphically inclined, especially if they were in marriages to men?”
- Call for submissions for the new LHMP audio short story segment. See here for details.
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