Jonathan Reid (HIST) will present “Without Women and Children: No Reformation in France.” He has written extensively on Marguerite de Navarre, a prolific writer and patron, and other elite 16th century women involved in Renaissance and reform movements.
Dr. Reid has focused his recent research on the contributions of “everyday women (and men) to the Reformation in France as well as the difficulties of locating them in archival and printed sources or interpreting their agency. As a remedy to those problems, Reid suggests that new research tools afforded by Digital Humanities will allow the field to make rapid advances. The latter reflections offer some methodological approaches which may be of interest to those studying other times, places, or in other disciplines.
Dr. Reid is the director of ECU’s Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program. If you are interested in reading a pre-publication draft of his recent chapter, please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gender to a Tea is a speakers’ series designed to help gender-focused researchers by fielding questions from attendees about the presenters’ ongoing, unpublished research.
The series – which is free and open to the public — is sponsored by the Gender Studies Program, Gender Studies Executive Board, and Harriot College of Arts and Sciences.
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Wednesday, October 5, 2022 at 1:00pm to 2:00pmVirtual Event
Thomas Harriot College of Arts & Sciences, English, History, Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Sociology, Gender Studies
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