The Emblematic Queen: Extra-Literary Representations of Early Modern Queenship

Our interdisciplinary collection of essays provides an engaging study of how Caterina Cornaro, Queen of Cyprus 1454 1510 Queen Elizabeth I of England 1533 1603 Mary Stuart Queen of Scots 1542 1587 Anne of Denmark 1574 1619 and Spain s Mar a Luisa de Orle ns 1662 1689 either succeeded in promoting authority and inspiring loyalty, or, conversely, had identitiesOur interdisciplinary collection of essays provides an engaging study of how Caterina Cornaro, Queen of Cyprus 1454 1510 Queen Elizabeth I of England 1533 1603 Mary Stuart Queen of Scots 1542 1587 Anne of Denmark 1574 1619 and Spain s Mar a Luisa de Orle ns 1662 1689 either succeeded in promoting authority and inspiring loyalty, or, conversely, had identities shaped for them for various political, religious, or cultural reasons Knowledge of material culture, and how such objects created specific gender identities, reveals new insights into these queens lives, as they flourished in court, as members of their communities received them, and as individuals appropriated and shaped their reputations during their lives and after their deaths.
The Emblematic Queen Extra Literary Representations of Early Modern Queenship Our interdisciplinary collection of essays provides an engaging study of how Caterina Cornaro Queen of Cyprus Queen Elizabeth I of England Mary Stuart Queen of Scots Ann

  • Title: The Emblematic Queen: Extra-Literary Representations of Early Modern Queenship
  • Author: Debra Barrett-Graves
  • ISBN: 9781137303097
  • Page: 200
  • Format: Hardcover
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