RI OPAC: Die Literaturdatenbank zum Mittelalter - Über 2,7 Millionen verzeichnete Werke

Sammelwerk

Sammelwerk  Gender, Health, and Healing, 1250-1550
Ritchey, SaraStrocchia, Sharon Therese [Hrsg.]. - Amsterdam (2021)


In Reihe: Premodern health, disease, and disability / 3
Deskriptoren: Spätmittelalter 13. Jahrhundert 16. Jahrhundert Geschlechtergeschichte
Sprache: Englisch
Zugehörige Beiträge komplett erfasst


Permalink: http://opac.regesta-imperii.de/id/2636713
Alternative Formate: MARC21 | BibTeX

   Bestandsnachweise nach KVK:
[Karlsruher Virtueller Katalog]
  Titel suchen...  Autoren suchen: Ritchey, SaraStrocchia, Sharon Therese

Inhalt

Buchbeitrag   

Introduction: Gendering Medieval Health and Healing: New Sources, New Perspectives
Ritchey, SaraStrocchia, Sharon Therese. • S. 15-38

Buchbeitrag   

Caring by the Hours: The Psalter as a Gendered Healthcare Technology
Ritchey, Sara. • S. 41-66

Buchbeitrag   

Female Saints as Agents of Female Healing: Gendered Practices and Patronage in the Cult of St. Cunigunde
Kandzha, Iliana. • S. 67-90

Buchbeitrag   

Blood, Milk, and Breastbleeding: The Humoral Economy of Women's Bodies in Medieval Medicine
Cabré, MontserratSalmón, Fernando. • S. 93-118

Buchbeitrag   

Care of the Breast in the Late Middle Ages: The Tractatus de passionibus mamillarum
Tuten, Belle Stoddard. • S. 119-138

Buchbeitrag   

Household Medicine for a Renaissance Court: Caterina Sforza's Ricettario Reconsidered
Barker, SheilaStrocchia, Sharon Therese. • S. 139-166

Buchbeitrag   

Understanding/Controlling the Female Body in Ten Recipes: Print and the Dissemination of Medical Knowledge about Women in the Early Sixteenth Century
Martins, Julia Gruman. • S. 167-188

Buchbeitrag   

Ubi non est mulier, ingemiscit egens?: Gendered Perceptions of Care from the Thirteenth to Sixteenth Centuries
Cersovsky, Eva-Maria. • S. 191-214

Buchbeitrag   

Domestic Care in the Sixteenth Century: Expectations, Experiences, and Practices from a Gendered Perspective
Nolte, Cordula. • S. 215-244

Buchbeitrag   

Bathtubs as a Healing Approach in Fifteenth-Century Ottoman Medicine
Atat, Ayman Yasin. • S. 245-264

Buchbeitrag   

Gender, Old Age, and the Infertile Body in Medieval Medicine
Rider, Catherine R.. • S. 267-290

Buchbeitrag   

Gender Segregation and the Possibility of Arabo-Galenic Gynecological Practice in the Medieval Islamic World
Verskin, Sara. • S. 291-314

Buchbeitrag   

Afterword: Healing Women and Women Healers
Cohen-Hanegbi, Naama. • S. 315-324