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The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe: The Toronto Series

 

 CO-EDITORS

Margaret King (marglking@gmail.com)
Albert Rabil, Jr. (arabil@nc.rr.com)

EDITOR, ENGLISH TEXTS

Elizabeth H. Hageman (ehageman@cisunix.unh.edu)

CURRENT PUBLISHERS

Iter Press (Primary Contact)
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University of Toronto
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Canada
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and

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PREVIOUS PUBLISHERS
The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe was first published by The University of Chicago Press, 1996-2010. When the Chicago Series title list came to an end the co-editors entered into a co-publishing arrangement to publish a Toronto Series of The Other Voice.

The first thirty-five volumes of the Toronto Series were published by Iter Academic Press and
Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Victoria University in the University of Toronto. A new co-publishing arrangement between Iter and the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies commenced in January 2015.
 
TITLE LIST
Revised 2017-05-15

Dutch Authors/Texts

 
  1. Anna Bijns, Rhetorician Refrains and Religious Verses, ed. and trans. Rabia Gregory
  2. Johanna Hoobius and Margarethe van Akerlaecken, In Praise of Women, ed. and trans. Marie-José Govers
  3. Jehan Baptista Houwaert, The Plain of Pegasus's Daughters and the Pleasure Garden of Young Maidens (1582-83), book 8, ed. and trans. Marie-José Govers

English Authors/Texts

 
  Vol 24 4. Mary Astell, The Christian Religion, as Professed by a Daughter of the Church of England, ed. Jacqueline Broad (2013; volume 24)
  Vol 26 5. Katherine Austen, Book M: A London Widow's Life Writings, ed. Pamela S. Hammons (2013; volume 26)
University of Miami Center for Humanities BookTalk event at Books and Books, Coral Gables, Florida: Pamela S. Hammons on Book M: A London Widow's Life Writings (November 5, 2014): Click here to watch the event via Livestream.
  6. Mary Carey, A Mother's Poems and Meditations, ed. Pamela S. Hammons
  7. Mary Carleton and Others, The Carleton Bigamy Trial, ed. Megan Matchinske
Vol CavendishF 8. Margaret Cavendish, "Poems and Fancies" with "The Animal Parliament," ed. Brandie R. Siegfried
  Vol 19 9. Lady Margaret Douglas and Others, The Devonshire Manuscript: A Women's Book of Courtly Poetry, ed. and introd. Elizabeth Heale  (2012; volume 19)
Winner of the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women's 2013 Josephine Roberts Award for a Scholarly Edition published in 2012
  10. Margaret Fell, "Women's Speaking Justified" and Other Pamphlets, ed. Jane Donawerth and Rebecca M. Lush
  11. Mary Franklin, Diary, ed. Vera Camden
  12. Anne Halkett, Selected Life Writings, ed. Suzanne Trill
  13. Elizabeth Isham, Book of Remembrance, ed. Elizabeth Clarke, Erica Longfellow, and Alice Eardley
  Vol 27 14. Anne Killigrew (1660-1685), "My Rare Wit Killing Sin": Poems of a Restoration Courtier, ed. Margaret J. M. Ezell (2013; volume 27)
  15. Anne Vaughan Lock, Selected Poetry, Prose, and Translations, ed. Susan M. Felch
Vol 17 16.

Delarivier Manley and Mary Pix, English Women Staging Islam, 1696-1707, ed. and introd. Bernadette Andrea (2012; volume 17)

Vol 44 17.

Bathsua Makin and Mary More, with a reply to More by Robert Whitehall, Educating English Daughters: Late Seventeenth-Century Debates, ed. Frances Teague and Margaret J. M. Ezell, associate ed. Jessica Walker (2016; volume 44)

  18. Elizabeth Poole, The Prophetess and the Patriarch: The Visions of an Anti-Regicide in Seventeenth-Century England, ed. Katharine Gillespie
Vol 32 19. Lady Hester Pulter, Poems, Emblems, and The Unfortunate Florinda, ed. Alice Eardley (2014; volume 32)
Honorable Mention, Society for the Study of Early Modern Women's 2015 Josephine Roberts Award for a Scholarly Edition published in 2014
  20. Margaret Roper, Writings of a Well-Learned Gentlewoman, ed. Elizabeth McCutcheon
Vol 14  21. Elizabeth Cooke Hoby Russell, The Writings of an English Sappho, ed. Patricia Phillippy, translations from Greek and Latin Jaime Goodrich  (2011; volume 14)
Trapnel 22. Anna Trapnel, Anna Trapnel's Report and Plea; or, a Narrative of Her Journey from London into Cornwall, ed. Hilary Hinds (2016; volume 50)
Vol QuakerF 23. Witness, Warning, and Prophecy: Quaker Women's Writing, 1655-1700, ed. Teresa Feroli and Margaret Thickstun
  24. Isabella Whitney, Middling Class Poetics: The Writings of a Sixteenth-Century Maid, ed. Shannon Miller
Vol WrothF 25. Lady Mary Wroth, "Pamphilia to Amphilanthus" in Manuscript and Print, ed. Ilona Bell and Steven W. May
  26. Mary Wroth, Jane Cavendish, and Elizabeth Brackley, Women's Household Drama: "Loves Victorie," "The concealed Fancies," and "A Pastorall," ed. Marta Straznicky and Sara Mueller
   

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French Authors/Texts  

 

Vol 43 27. Jeanne d'Albret, Letters from the Queen of Navarre, with an Ample Declaration, ed. and trans. Kathleen M. Llewellyn, Emily Thompson, and Colette H. Winn (2016; volume 43)
  28. Charlotte Arbaleste Duplessis-Mornay, Catherine de Parthenay, and Anne de Chauffepi, The Huguenot Experience in Early Modern France: Three Women's Stories, ed. Colette H. Winn, trans. Lauren King and Colette H. Winn
Vol 41 29. Angélique de Saint-Jean Arnauld d'Andilly, Writings of Resistance, ed. and trans. John J. Conley, SJ (2015; volume 41)
  30. Angélique Arnauld, Writings of Reform, ed. and trans. Elissa Cutter
  31. Madame d'Aulnoy, Travels to Spain, ed. and trans. Gabrielle Verdier
  32. Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve,  Beauty and the Beast (1740), ed. and trans. Aurora Wolfgang
  33. Marie Baudoin, Epistolary Midwifery: Letter to Dr. Vallant on the Art of Childbirth (1671). A Bilingual Edition, ed. and trans. Cathy McClive
Vol 31  34. Jacques Du Bosc,  L'Honnête Femme: The Respectable Woman in Society and the New Collection of Letters and Responses by Contemporary Women, ed. and trans. Sharon Diane Nell and Aurora Wolfgang (2014; volume 31)
Vol BourgeoisF 35. Louise Bourgeois, Midwife to the Queen of France: Diverse Observations, translated and edited by Stephanie O'Hara, edited and annotated by Alison Klairmont Lingo
  36. Marguerite Buffet, New Observations on the French Language, with Praises of Illustrious Learned Women both Past and Present, ed. and trans. ed. and trans. Lynn S. Meskill
Vol ChampierF 37. Symphorien Champier, The Ship of Virtuous Ladies, ed. and trans. Todd W. Reeser
  38. Jeanne Dumée, Discourse on the Opinion of Copernicus concerning the Mobility of the Earth, ed. and trans. Margaret Carlyle
Vol 9  39. Enchanted Eloquence: Fairy Tales by Seventeenth-Century French Women Writers, ed. and trans. Lewis C. Seifert and Domna C. Stanton (2010; volume 9)
Vol 33 40. Jeanne Flore, Tales and Trials of Love, Concerning Venus's Punishment of Those Who Scorn True Love and Denounce Cupid's Sovereignty. A Bilingual Edition and Study, ed. and trans. Kelly Digby Peebles, poetry trans. Marta Rijn Finch (2014; volume 33)
Vol 6 41. Pernette du Guillet, Complete Poems. A Bilingual Edition, edited with introduction and notes by Karen Simroth James, poems translated by Marta Rijn Finch (2010; volume 6)
  42. Madame de Lambert, Essays of a Salonnière, ed. and trans. Katharine Hamerton
Vol 54 43. Marguerite d'Auge, Renée Burlamacchi, and Jeanne du Laurens, Sin and Salvation in Early Modern France: Three Women's Stories, ed. and introd. Colette H. Winn; trans. Nicholas Van Handel and Colette H. Winn (2017; volume 53)
Vol 35 44.

Catherine de Médicis and Others, Portraits of the Queen Mother: Polemics, Panegyrics, Letters, trans. and study by Leah L. Chang and Katherine Kong (Volume 35, 2014)
Winner of the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women's 2015 Josephine Roberts Award for a Scholarly Edition published in 2014

  45.

Marie du Moulin, On Education, Friendship, and Faith, ed. and trans. Carol Pal

  46. Marguerite de Navarre, Heptameron, introd. and annotated Mary McKinley, trans. Nicolas Russell
Vol 52 47.

Christine de Pizan, The Book of the Mutability of Fortune, ed. and trans. Geri L. Smith (2017; volume 52)

  48. Christine de Pizan, Early Defense of Women Poems: The Letter of the God of Love and Tale of the Rose, with Selected Lyric Poems, ed. and trans. Thelma S. Fenster
Vol Christine de PizanF 49.

Christine de Pizan, Othea's Letter to Hector, ed. and trans. Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski and Earl Jeffrey Richards (2017; volume 57)

  50. Christine de Pizan, The Long Road of Learning, ed. and trans. Andrea Tarnowski
  51. Christine de Pizan, Life of Charles V, ed. and trans. Nadia Margolis
  Vol 23 52. François Rousset, Jean Liebault, Jacques Guillemeau, Jacques Duval, and Louis de Serres, Pregnancy and Birth in Early Modern France: Treatises by Caring Physicians and Surgeons (1581-1625), ed. and trans. Valerie Worth-Stylianou (2013; volume 23)
Winner of the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women's 2014 Teaching Edition Award for a work published in 2013
Vol 5 53. Louise-Geneviève Gillot de Sainctonge, Dramatizing Dido, Circe, and Griselda, ed. and trans. Janet Levarie Smarr  (2010; volume 5)
  54. Madeleine de Scudéry, Lucretia and Brutus: Glory in the Land of Tender, ed. and trans. Sharon Diane Nell
Vol 25 55. Sophia of Hanover, Memoirs (1630-1680), ed. and trans. Sean Ward (2013; volume 25)
Vol 48 56.

Claudine de Tencin, Memoirs of the Count of Comminge and The Misfortunes of Love, ed. and trans. Jonathan Walsh (2016; volume 48)

Vol ThirouxF 57.

Marie-Geneviève-Charlotte Thiroux d'Arconville, Selected Philosophical, Scientific, and Autobiographical Writings, ed. and trans. Julie Candler Hayes (2017; volume 58)

  58.

Marguerite de Valois, Memoirs, ed. and trans. Leah Chang

  59.

Marie-Gigault de Bellefonds, Marquise de Villars, Letters from Spain, 1679-1681, ed. and trans. Nathalie Hester

Vol 36 60. Françoise Pascal, Marie-Catherine Desjardins, Antoinette Deshoulières, and Catherine Durand, Challenges to Traditional Authority: Plays by French Women Authors, 1650–1700, ed. and trans. Perry Gethner (2015; volume 36)
Winner of the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women's 2016 Teaching Edition award for a work published in 2015
   

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German Authors/Texts  

 

Vol 10 61. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, Sophia, Electress of Hanover, and Queen Sophie Charlotte of Prussia, Leibniz and the Two Sophies: The Philosophical Correspondence, ed. and trans. Lloyd Strickland  (2011; volume 10)
  62. Elise Reimarus, Reflections, ed. and trans. Almut Spalding
  63. Saint Katharinental Sister Book of the Nuns at Diessenhofen, ed. and trans. Amiri Ayanna
  64. Mariane von Ziegler, Selected Writings on Music, Poetry, and Women's Rights, ed. and trans. Mark Peters
   

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Italian Authors/Texts  

 

Vol 2 65. Giovan Battista Andreini, Love in the Mirror. A Bilingual Edition, ed. and trans. Jon R. Snyder  (2009; volume 2) 
  66. Isabella Andreini, The Complete Letterbook, ed. and trans. Caterina Mongiat Farina and Paola C. De Santo
Vol Andreini MirtillaF 67. Isabella Andreini, Mirtilla, a Pastoral. A Bilingual Edition, ed. Valeria Finucci, trans. Julia Kisacky
  68. Eleonora d'Aragona, Your Obedient Consort: A Selection of Eleonora d'Aragona's Letters to Ercole d'Este (1477-1493), ed. and trans. Diana Rowlands Bryant
  Vol 28 69. Tullia d'Aragona and Others, The Poems and Letters of Tullia d'Aragona and Others. A Bilingual Edition, ed. and trans. Julia L. Hairston (2014; volume 28)
  70.

Tullia d'Aragona, The Wretch, Otherwise Known as Guerrino, ed. and introd. Julia Hairston, trans. John McLucas

  71.

Camilla Battista da Varano, The Spiritual Life and Other Writings, ed. and trans. William Hudon

  Vol 22 72. Barbara Torelli Benedetti, Partenia, a Pastoral Play. A Bilingual Edition, ed. and trans. Lisa Sampson and Barbara Burgess-Van Aken (2013; volume 22)
Winner of the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women's 2014 Josephine Roberts Award for a Scholarly Edition published in 2013
  73. Leonora Bernardi, Gentlewoman of Lucca, a Pastoral Tragicomedy, ed. Virginia Cox and Lisa Sampson with Anna Wainwright, introd. Virginia Cox and Lisa Sampson, trans. Virginia Cox and Anna Wainwright
  74. Rosalba Carriera, Correspondence of an Eighteenth-Century Venetian Artist, ed. and introd. Catherine Sama, trans. Julia Kisacky and Catherine Sama
  75. Vittoria Colonna, Amorous Sonnets, ed. and trans. Ramie Targoff
  76. Vittoria Colonna, Selected Letters, ed. Veronica Copello, trans. Beatrice Priest, with a preface by Abigail Brundin
Vol CostaF 77.

Margherita Costa, The Buffoons, A Ridiculous Comedy. A Bilingual Edition, ed. and trans. Sara Diaz and Jessica Goethals

  Vol 16 78. Margherita Datini, Letters to Francesco Datini, trans. Carolyn James and Antonio Pagliaro  (2012; volume 16)
Chosen in February 2012 as Translation of the Month by Feminae: Medieval Women and Gender Index
  79.

Camilla Erculiani, Letters on Natural Philosophy, ed. and trans. Eleonora Carinci and Hannah Marcus

Vol 54 80.

Isabella d'Este, Selected Letters, ed. and trans. Deanna Shemek (2017; volume 54)

Vol 34 81. Veronica Gambara, Complete Poems: A Bilingual Edition, crit. introd. Molly M. Martin, ed. and trans. Molly M. Martin and Paola Ugolini (2014; volume 34)
Vol 11 82.

In Dialogue with the Other Voice in Sixteenth-Century Italy: Literary and Social Contexts for Women's Writing, ed. Julie D. Campbell and Maria Galli Stampino  (2011; volume 11)

Vol 38 83.

Diodota Malvasia, Writings on the Sisters of San Luca and Their Miraculous Madonna, ed. and trans. Danielle Callegari and Shannon McHugh (2015; volume 38)

Vol 15 84. Lucrezia Marinella, Exhortations to Women and to Others if They Please, ed. and trans. Laura Benedetti  (2012; volume 15)
  85. Lucrezia Marinella, Love Enamored and Mad, ed. and trans. Janet E. Gomez and Maria Galli Stampino
  86. Maria Salviati de' Medici, Selected Correspondence, ed. and trans. Natalie Tomas
Vol 8 87. Valeria Miani, Celinda, a Tragedy. A Bilingual Edition, edited with an introduction by Valeria Finucci, translated by Julia Kisacky, annotated by Valeria Finucci and Julia Kisacky  (2010; volume 8)  

  88. Valeria Miani, "Amorosa Speranza" (1604): A Paduan Letteratas Experimentation with Pastoral Drama, ed. and trans. Alexandra Coller
  89. Isabetta Coreglia, Pastoral Drama La Dori and Other Verse Compositions, ed. and trans. Alexandra Coller
Vol 12 90.

Sister Giustina Niccolini, The Chronicle of Le Murate, ed. and trans. Saundra Weddle  (2011; volume 12)

  91. Eleonora Fonseca Pimentel, Arcadia to Revolution: Selected Writings, ed. and trans. Verina R. Jones
Vol 7 92. Antonia Pulci, Saints' Lives and Bible Stories for the Stage. A Bilingual Edition, ed. Elissa B. Weaver, trans. James Wyatt Cook  (2010; volume 7)
Chosen in December 2011 as Translation of the Month by Feminae: Medieval Women and Gender Index
  93.    Renaissance Women's Writing between the Two Adriatic Shores, ed. and introd. Francesca Maria Gabrielli, trans. Shannon McHugh, Melissa Swain, and Francesca Maria Gabrielli
  94. Eleonora Ramirez di Montalvo, Educating Rich and Poor Girls in Seventeenth-Century Florence: The Selected Writings of Eleonora Ramirez di Montalvo, ed. and trans. Jennifer Haraguchi
Vol 3 95. Raymond de Sabanac, and Simone Zanacchi, Two Women of the Great Schism: The Revelations of Constance de Rabastens by Raymond de Sabanac and Life of the Blessed Ursulina of Parma by Simone Zanacchi, ed. and trans. Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski and Bruce L. Venarde  (2010; volume 3)
Chosen in January 2011 as Translation of the Month by Feminae: Medieval Women and Gender Index
  96. Michele Savonarola, A Gynecological-Pediatric Treatise in the Vernacular Tongue Addressed to Ferrarese Women, ed. and introd. Gabriella Zuccolin, trans. Martin Marafioti
Vol 55F 97. Ippolita Maria Sforza, Duchess and Hostage in Renaissance Naples: Letters and Orations, ed. and trans. Diana Robin and Lynn Lara Westwater (2017; volume 55)
Vol 40 98. Giovan Francesco Straparola, The Pleasant Nights, ed. and trans. Suzanne Magnanini (2015; volume 40)
Winner of the University of Colorado Boulder 2017 Biennial Eugene M. Kayden Translation Award
Vol 40 99. Alessandra Macinghi Strozzi, Letters to Her Sons (1447-1470), ed. and trans. Judith Bryce (2016; volume 46)
Chosen in July 2016 as Translation of the Month by Feminae: Medieval Women and Gender Index
  100. Arcangela Tarabotti, Convent Life as Inferno: A Report, introd. and annotated Francesca Medioli, trans. Letizia Panizza
  101. Arcangela Tarabotti, Convent Paradise, ed. and trans. Meredith K. Ray and Lynn Lara Westwater
  102.

Arcangela Tarabotti, Lament for the Death of Regina Donati, ed. and trans. Meredith K. Ray and Lynn Lara Westwater

  Vol 20 103.

Arcangela Tarabotti, Letters Familiar and Formal, ed. and trans. Meredith K. Ray and Lynn Lara Westwater (2012; volume 20)
Winner of the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women's 2013 Scholarly Edition in Translation Award for a work published in 2012

  104. Arcangela Tarabotti and Francesco Buoninsegni, Menippean Satire: Against Feminine Extravagance and Anti-satire, ed. and trans. Elissa Weaver
  105. Laura Terracina, Selected Poems. A Bilingual Edition, ed. and trans. Amelia Papworth, with a preface by Abigail Brundin
   

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Latin Authors/Texts

 
Vol 41 106. Francesco Barbaro, The Wealth of Wives: A Fifteenth-Century Marriage Manual, ed. and trans. Margaret L. King (2015; volume 42)
Chosen in February 2016 as Translation of the Month by Feminae: Medieval Women and Gender Index
Honorable Mention, Society for the Study of Early Modern Women's 2016 Josephine Roberts Award for a Scholarly Edition published in 2015
  107. Anna Maria Van Schurman, Eukleria: Choosing the Better Part, ed. Bo Karen Lee and Joyce Irwin, trans. Bo Karen Lee and Warren Smith
  108.

Anna Maria Van Schurman, Letters and Poems to Her Mentor and Other Members of Her Circle, ed. and trans. Anne Larsen and Steve Maiullo

   

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Polish Authors/Texts

 
Vol 37 109. Franciszka Urszula Radziwiłłowa, Selected Drama and Verse, ed. Patrick John Corness and Barbara Judkowiak, trans. Patrick John Corness, translation editor Aldona Zwierzyńska-Coldicott, introd. Barbara Judkowiak (2015; volume 37)
Winner of the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women's 2016 Josephine Roberts Award for a Scholarly Edition published in 2015
  110.

Regina Salomea Rusiecka, The Conduct of My Life's Travels and Adventures, ed. and trans. Wladyslaw Roczniak and Lynn Lubamersky

  111.

Anna Stanisławska, One Soul, One Body, One Heart: An Epic Tale of Married Love in Seventeenth-Century Poland, verse translation, introduction, and commentary by Barry Keane

Vol 45 112.

Anna Stanisławska, Orphan Girl: A Transaction, or an Account of the Entire Life of an Orphan Girl by Way of Plaintful Threnodies in the Year 1685. The Aesop Episode, verse translation, introduction, and commentary by Barry Keane (2016; volume 45)

     
   

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Portuguese Authors/Texts

 
  113. María do Ceo, From a Convent in Lisbon: Plays, Poems, Biography and Letters Selected from Her Spanish and Portuguese Works, ed. and trans. Valerie Hegstrom
  114. Joana de Jesus, Book of Her Life, ed. and trans. Joana Serrado
     

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Russian Authors/Texts

 
Vol 30 115. Russian Women Poets of the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. A Bilingual Edition, ed. and trans. Amanda Ewington (2014; volume 30)
  Vol 13 116.

Liubov Krichevskaya, No Good without Reward: Selected Writings. A Bilingual Edition, ed. and trans. Brian James Baer  (2011; volume 13) 

   

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Spanish Authors/Texts

 
Vol 29 117.

Luisa de Carvajal y Mendoza, The Life and Writings of Luisa de Carvajal y Mendoza: Autobiography, Poetry, Correspondence, ed. and trans. Anne J. Cruz (2014; volume 29)
University of Miami Center for Humanities BookTalk event at Books and Books, Coral Gables, Florida: Anne J. Cruz on The Life and Writings of Luisa de Carvajal y Mendoza: Autobiography, Poetry, Correspondence (November 5, 2014): Click here to watch the event via Livestream.

Vol 47 118. Mother Juana de la Cruz, Mother Juana de la Cruz, 1481-1534: Visionary Sermons, edited by Jessica A. Boon and Ronald E. Surtz; introductory material and notes by Jessica A. Boon, translated by Ronald E. Surtz and Nora Weinerth (2016; volume 47)
Vol 49 119. Feliciana Enríquez de Guzmán, Ana Caro Mallén, and Sor Marcela de San Félix, Women Playwrights of Early Modern Spain, ed. Nieves Romero-Díaz and Lisa Vollendorf, trans. and annotated Harley Erdman (2016; volume 49)
  120. Benito Jernimo de Feijo, Josefa Amar y Borbn, and Ins Joyes y Blake, In Defense of Women: Three Writers of the Spanish Enlightenment, ed. and trans. Joanna M. Barker
Vol 1 121. Madre María Rosa, Journey of Five Capuchin Nuns, ed. and trans. Sarah E. Owens  (2009, repr. 2012; volume 1)
Winner of the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women's 2010 Josephine Roberts Award for a Scholarly Edition published in 2009
  122. Ana de Mendoza, Letters, ed. and trans. Helen H. Reed
Vol 18 123. Cecilia del Nacimiento, Journeys of a Mystic Soul in Poetry and Prose, introd. and prose trans. Kevin Donnelly, poetry trans. Sandra Sider (2012; volume 18)
Vol 4 124. Oliva Sabuco de Nantes Barrera, The True Medicine, ed. and trans. Gianna Pomata  (2010; volume 4)
Vol 21 125.

Pere Torrellas and Juan de Flores, Three Spanish Querelle Texts: Grisel and Mirabella, The Slander against Women, and The Defense of Ladies against Slanderers. A Bilingual Edition and Study, ed. and trans. Emily C. Francomano (2013; volume 21)
Winner of the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women's 2014 Scholarly Edition in Translation Award for a work published in 2013
Chosen in April 2013 as Translation of the Month by Feminae: Medieval Women and Gender Index

Vol 39 126. Margaret Van Noort, Spiritual Writings of Sister Margaret of the Mother of God (1635-1643), ed. Cordula van Wyhe, trans. Susan M. Smith (2015; volume 39)
Vol 51 127. María Vela y Cueto, Autobiography and Letters of a Spanish Nun, ed. Susan Laningham, trans. Jane Tar (2016; volume 51)
   

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