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“A Document in Madness:” Representations of Ophelia as Lovesick Madwoman in the Mid-Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
In the nineteenth-century in England, Shakespeare’s character Ophelia was the most represented subject of English literary painting. Elaine Showalter suggests that “the changing representations of Ophelia over the ...
Women and the Peace and Reconciliation Process in Bosnia and Rwanda: Theoretical Underpinnings and Practical Application
A look at the various theoretical aspects of genocide, peace, reconciliation, sexual violence and gender, as well as theoretical arguments for including women in the peace and reconciliation process and the practical ways ...
The Empress's New Clothes: Northern Italian Wives and their Classical Exemplars
This thesis defines a new vision of the wife that developed in Northern Italy in the sixteenth century. Northern Italian patrons commissioned a range of objects, from domestic wares to paintings, that reinterpret and adapt ...