Queen Isabel I of Castile : power, patronage, persona

edited by Barbara F. Weissberger

This multidisciplinary volume was inspired by the quincentenary of the death of Queen Isabel I of Castile, early modern Europe's first powerful queen regnant. Comprising work by distinguished art historians, musicologists, historians, and literary scholars from England, Spain, and the United States, it begins with a theoretical examination of medieval queenship itself that argues - against the grain of the volume - for its inseparability from kingship. Several essays examine the complex ways in which the Queen and her advisers shaped the music, literature, architecture, and painting of fifteenth-century Spain and how these in turn shaped the sovereign's power and persona. Others analyze influences on Isabel's reign from Aragon, Portugal, and northern Europe.A third group deals with issues of periodization, arguing from a variety of perspectives for the modernity of Isabelline culture. The evolving construction of Isabel's image from the mid-fifteenth to the late-twentieth century is also studied. Barbara Weissberger is Associate Professor Emerita of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Minnesota. Other contributors include: Rafael Dominguez Casas, Theresa Earenfight, Michael Gerli, Chiyo Ishikawa, Tess Knighton, Kenneth Kreitner, Elizabeth A. Lehfeldt, Nancy F. Marino, William D. Phillips, Jr., Emilio Ros-Fabregas, Ronald E. Surtz.

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書名 Queen Isabel I of Castile : power, patronage, persona
著作者等 Weissberger, Barbara F
Weissberger Barbara F.
シリーズ名 Colección Támesis
出版元 Tamesis
刊行年月 2008
ページ数 xxiv, 237 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 9781855661592
NCID BB29728194
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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