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Charity Cannon Willard Papers, 1891-2006
4 boxes (4 linear ft.)
Collection number: MS 558

Abstract:
Papers of Charity Cannon Willard, biographer of early French feminist and author Christine de Pizan (1363-1440). Included are writings by Charity Cannon Willard and others about Christine de Pizan and microfilmed manuscripts and other source materials collected by Willard.

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Restrictions on access:

The papers are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection.

This collection has not been fully processed and therefore may be difficult to use.

Restrictions on use:

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Northampton, MA

Biographical Note

Charity Cannon Willard was born in Eureka, Illinois, August 9, 1914. She earned her A.B. at Hiram College in 1934, her M.A. in French at Smith College in 1936, and her Ph.D. in Romance Philology at Radcliffe College/Harvard University in 1940. She studied at the Radcliffe Institute for Independent Study from 1962 to 1966, and at the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes in Paris during the 1967-1968 academic year. She was married to Sumner Willard, a colonel at West Point Military Academy. Since West Point officers' wives were not permitted to work fulltime outside the home, Willard declined the offer of a professorship at Brown University and instead taught children at West Point and spent time in Europe searching for existing manuscripts of Christine de Pizan. She later taught at Ladycliff College, a women's college in Highland Falls, N.Y. (now closed). She was the first West Point colonel's wife to pursue a professional career. Willard became an internationally recognized authority on France's first professional woman of letters, Christine de Pizan, and is credited with establishing de Pizan's reputation in the English-speaking world. She was the author of Christine de Pizan: Her Life and Works (New York: Persea Books, 1984), and produced many translations and critical editions of de Pizan's work.

Willard was awarded the Ordres des Palmes Academiques by the French government in 1984, the Distinguished Alumnae Award from Hiram College in 1988, an L.H.D. from Saint Mary College in 1993, and a Smith College Medal in 1998. She died June 5, 2005.

Christine de Pizan (1363-1440) was the daughter of Tommaso di Benvenuto da Pizzano, a lecturer in astrology at the University of Bologna (1348) and later a physician. Shortly after Christine's birth, her father became court astrologer to Charles V, moving the family to Paris in 1368. De Pizan was educated by her father in spite of her mother's objections, and was married at age fifteen to Étienne du Castel, a royal secretary, who encouraged her to continue her studies. She was widowed at age twenty-five and left with three children, a niece, and her own widowed mother to support; her father had died impoverished, and her husband's estate took fourteen years and numerous lawsuits to close. Most feminist scholars date the beginning of the modern feminist movement to the works of Christine de Pizan. She was France's, and possibly Europe's, first woman known to have earned her living by the pen; she is also considered by some scholars to be Europe's first professional writer, male or female. While establishing her reputation as a writer, she earned her living by copying and illustrating other people's works. Her works included all genres: biography, autobiography, poetry, history, novels, short stories, feminist polemics, books on advice and morality, military techniques, religion, politics, and literary commentary.

[See also APPENDIX: PUBLICATIONS ON CHRISTINE DE PIZAN]

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The collection contains writings by Charity Cannon Willard and others about Christine de Pizan (1363-1440), including essays, lectures, articles, notes, and books. There are approximately 40 reels of microfilm of source materials collected by Willard as well as slides and photographs of original manuscripts from other archival repositories.


Information on Use
Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

The papers are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection.

This collection has not been fully processed and therefore may be difficult to use.

Restrictions on use:

The material in this collection may be protected by copyright. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights for permission to publish reproductions or quotations beyond "fair use." Permission must also be obtained from the Sophia Smith Collection as owners of the physical property.

Preferred Citation

Please use the following format when citing materials from this collection:

Charity Cannon Willard Papers, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, Northampton, Mass.

History of the Collection

The Charity Cannon Willard Papers were donated by her estate in 2006.

Processing Information

Preliminary processing done by Abby McIntyre, Teresa Pandolfo, and Kelsey Radwilowicz, 2007.

APPENDIX: Publications on Christine de Pizan

Books

  • Édition Critique of Le Livre de la paix, by Christine de Pizan. The Hague: Mouton, 1958.
  • Christine de Pizan, Her Life and Works. New York: Persea, 1985.
  • Text established in collaboration with Eric Hicks. Le Livre des trois vertus. Paris: Champion, 1989.
  • Translator of A Medieval Woman's Mirror of Honor: The Treasury of the City of Ladies. ed. Madeleine Pelner Cosman. New York: Persea, 1989.
  • Editor of The Writings of Christine de Pizan. New York: Persea, 1993.
  • Editor of The Book of Arms and of Chivalry, by Christine de Pizan. Trans. B. G. Sumner Willard. University Park, Penn.: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1999.
  • Foreword to Christine de Pizan: A Casebook. New York, NY: Routledge; 2003. xiii, pp. 296
  • The "Livre de la Paix" of Christine de Pizan: A Critical Edition with Introduction and Notes. The Hague: Mouton, 1958.
  • Editor. Les Faits d'armes et de chevalerie. Édition critique. Forthcoming.

Book Reviews

  • Review of: Rains, R.R., ed. Les Sept Psaumes allégorisés.in Romance Philology. Vol. XXI, No. 1. Berkeley: University of California Press, August 1967.
  • Review of: Hicks, Eric. "Le Débat sur le Roman de la Rose." 1977.
  • Review of: McLeod, Enid. The Order of the Rose: The Life and Ideas of Christine de Pizan.

Book Articles

  • "Isabel of Portugal, Patroness of Humanism?" in Simone, Franco. Miscellanea di studi e recherché sul Quatrocento francese. Torino: Gioppichelli, 1967. 519-544.
  • "Christine de Pizan on the Art of Warfare" in Desmond, Marilynn, ed. Christine de Pizan and the Categories of Difference. Minneapolis, MN: U of Minnesota P; 1998. pp. 3-15. xix, 287 pp. in Essays in Honor of L. F. Solano, ed. Raymond Cormier and Urban Holmes. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1970.
  • "A Fifteenth-Century View of Women's Role in Medieval Society: Christine de Pizan's Livre des Trois Vertus" In Morewedge, Rosemarie Thee. The Role of Women in the Middle Ages, Papers of the sixth annual conference of the Center for Medieval and Early Renaissance Study, State University of New York at Binghamton 6-7 May 1972. Albany and London: State University of New York Press and Hodder and Stroughton, 1975. 90-120.
  • "Christine de Pizan, The Astrologer's Daughter." in Moyen Age et Renaissance, ed. Jonathan Beck and Gianni Mombello. Vol. 1 of Mélanges à la mémoire de Franco Simone: France et Italie dans la culture européenne. Geneva: Slatkine, 1980.
  • "A New Look at Christine de Pizan's Epistre au dieu d'Amours" In Beck, Jonathan and Mombello, Gianni. Seconda miscellanea di studi e ricerche sul quatttrocento francese. Chambéry et Turin, Centre d'études franco-italien. 1981. 71-92.
  • "Christine de Pizan and the Order of the Rose" in Ideals for Women in the Works of Christine de Pizan, ed. Diane Bornstein. Michigan Consortium of Medieval and Early Modern Studies Monograph Series 1. 1981.
  • "Christine de Pizan's 'Cent ballades d'amant et de dame': Criticism of Courtly Love" in Burgess, Glyn S. (ed.); Deyermond, A. D. (ed.); Jackson, W. H. (ed.); Mills, A. D. (ed.); Ricketts, P. T. (ed.); Court and Poet: Selected Proceedings of the Third Congress of the International Courtly Literature Society, Liverpool, 1980. Liverpool: Cairns; 1981. pp. 357-364. xii, 364 pp.
  • "Christine de Pizan's Livre des Trois Vertus: Feminine Ideal or Practical Advice?" in Ideals for Women in the Works of Christine de Pizan, ed. Diane Bornstein. Michigan Consortium of Medieval and Early Modern Studies Monograph Series 1. 1981.
  • "The Duke of Berry's Multiple Copies of the Fleur des histoires d'Orient" in Bichakjian, Bernard H. (ed.); From Linguistics to Literature: Romance Studies Offered to Francis M. Rogers. Amsterdam: Benjamins; 1981. pp. 281-292. 292 pp.
  • "The Franco-Italian Professional Writer: Christine de Pizan" in Janssens, G. A. M. (ed.); Aarts, F. G. A. M. (ed.); Studies in Seventeenth-Century English Literature, History, and Bibliography: Festschrift for Professor T. A. Birrell on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday. Amsterdam: Rodopi; 1984. pp. 333-363 vii, 268 pp.
  • "Concepts of Love according to Guillaume de Machaut, Christine de Pizan, and Pietro Bembo" in Burgess, Glyn S. (ed.); Taylor, Robert A. (ed.); Deyermond, Alan (ed.); Green, Dennis (ed.); Rowland, Beryl (ed.); The Spirit of the Court: Selected Proceedings of the Fourth Congress of the International Courtly Literature Society (Toronto 1983). Dover, NH: Brewer; 1985. pp. 386-392, 408 pp.
  • "Margaret of Austria: Regent of the Netherlands" in Wilson, Katharina M. (ed.); Women Writers of the Renaissance and Reformation. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1987. pp. 350-362
  • "Punishment and Reward in Christine de Pizan's Lyric Poetry" In Davies, Peter V., and Kennedy, Angus J. Rewards and Punishment in the Arthurian Romances and Lyric Poetry of Medieval France, Essays Presented to Kenneth Varty on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday. Cambridge: D.S. Brewer (Arthurian studies, XVII), 1987. 165-174.
  • "Christine de Pizan on Chivalry" in Chickering, Howell (ed. and introd.); Seiler, Thomas H. (ed.); The Study of Chivalry: Resources and Approaches. Kalamazoo, MI: Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University, 1988. 511-28.
  • "Raoul de Presles's Translation of Saint Augustine's De Civitate Dei" in Beer, Jeanette (ed.); Medieval Translators and Their Craft. Kalamazoo: Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University, 1989. pp. 329-346.
  • "Jean de Werchin, Seneschal de Hainaut: Reader and Writer of Courtly Literature" in Busby, Keith (ed.); Kooper, Erik (ed.); Courtly Literature: Culture and Context. Amsterdam: Benjamins; 1990. pp. 595-603.
  • "L'idée du Bonheur chez Christine de Pizan" In Bushinger, Danielle. L'Idée du bonheur au moyen âge, Actes du Colloque d'Amiens de mars 1984. Göppingen, Kümmerle (Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, CDXIX), 1990. 97-102.
  • "Anne de France, Reader of Christine de Pizan" in McLeod, Glenda K. Visitors to the City: Readers of Christine Pizan. Lewiston, NY: Edward Mellen, 1991.
  • "Antoine de la Salle, Reader of Christine de Pizan" in McLeod, Glenda K. Visitors to the City: Readers of Christine Pizan. Lewiston, NY: Edward Mellen, 1991.
  • "Christine de Pizan" in Sartori, Eva Martin (ed.); Zimmerman, Dorothy Wynne; French Women Writers: A Bio-Bibliographical Source Book. New York: Greenwood; 1991. pp. 56-65.
  • "Christine de Pizan." in Vol. 2 of An Encyclopedia of Continental Women Writers, ed. Katherina M. Wilson. New York and London: Garland, 1991.
  • "Christine de Pizan: From Poet to Political Commentator" in Brabant, Margaret (ed.); Elshtain, Jean Bethke (introd.); Politics, Gender, and Genre: The Political Thought of Christine de Pizan. Boulder: Westview; 1992. pp. 17-32. xii, 240 pp.
  • "Une Source oubliée du voyage imaginaire de Christine de Pizan" in Aubailly, Jean-Claude, Baumgartner; Emmanuèle; Dubost, Francis; Dulac, Liliane; and Faure, Marcel. "Et c'est la fin pour que sommes ensemble," hommage à Jean Dufournet: littérature, histoire, et langue du moyen âge. Paris: Champion, t. I, 1993. 321-326.
  • "Christine de Pizan's Allegorized Psalms" in Dulac, Liliane and Ribémont, Bernard. Une femme de Lettres au moyen âge: études réunies autour de Christine de Pizan. Orléans: Paradigme, 1995. 317-324
  • . "Pilfering Vegetius? Christine de Pizan's 'Faits d'Armes et de Chevalerie' " in Smith, Lesley (ed.); Taylor, Jane H. M. (ed.); Women, the Book and the Worldly. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer; 1995. pp. 31-37.
  • "Gilles de Chin in History, Literature, and Folklore" in Kelly, Douglas (ed.); The Medieval Opus: Imitation, Rewriting, and Transmission in the French Tradition. Amsterdam: Rodopi; 1996. 357-66.
  • "The Patronage of Isabel of Portugal" in McCash, June Hall (ed.); Nichols, Stephen G. (foreword); The Cultural Patronage of Medieval Women. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1996. 306-20.
  • "Louis de Bruges, lecteur de Christine de Pizan" In Cahiers de Recherches Médiévales. XIII-XV s. 4, 1997. pp. 191-195.
  • "The Dominican Abbey of Poissy in 1400" in Campbell, John (ed. and preface); Margolis, Nadia (ed. and introd.); Christine de Pizan 2000. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi; 2000. pp. 209-18. 429 pp.
  • "A Singular Career: College Professor and Army Wife" (1914- ) In Chance, Jane (ed. and introd.); Women Medievalists and the Academy. Madison : University of Wisconsin Press, 2005. 759-68.

Journal Articles

  • "The 'Three Virtues' of Christine de Pizan." In Boston Public Library Quarterly (1950): 201-305.
  • "Christine de Pizan's 'Clock of Temperance.'" L'Esprit Créateur 2 (1962): 149-54.
  • "A Portuguese Translation of Christine de Pisan's Livre des Trois Vertus" PMLA: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 78 (1963): 459-64.
  • "An Autograph Manuscript of Christine de Pizan." Studi Francesi 78 (1965): 452-57.
  • "Isabel of Portugal and the French Translation of the Triunfo de las donas" Revue Belge de Philologie et d'Histoire/Belgische Tijdschrift voor Filologieen Geschiedenis, 1965; 43: 961-969.
  • "The Manuscript Tradition of Le Livre des Trois Vertus and Christine de Pizan's Audience." Journal of the History of Ideas 27 (1966): 433-44.
  • "The Remarkable Case of Clotilde de Surville" L'Esprit Créateur, 1966; 6: 108-116.
  • "The Concept of True Nobility at the Burgundian Court" Studies in the Renaissance, 1967; 14: 33-48.
  • "A Fifteenth-Century Burgundian Version of the Roman de Florimont"Medievalia et Humanistica. II (n.s.). 1971. 21-46.
  • "A Re-Examination of Le Débat des deux amants"Les Bonnes Feuilles. III. 1974. 73-88.
  • "An Unknown Manuscript of Christine de Pizan's Livre de la paix" Studi Francesi, 1978; 64: 90-97.
  • "Jean Bodel and Christine de Pizan, Pastoral Poets" Marche Romane, 1980; 30 (3-4): 293-300.
  • "Lovers' Dialogues in Christine de Pizan's Lyric Poetry from the Cent ballades to the Cent ballades d'Amant et de Dame" Fifteenth-Century Studies, 1981; 4: 167-180.
  • "Essor et Fortune de la Chanson de Geste dans l'Europe et l'orient latin" Actes du IXe Congrès International de la Société Rencesvals pour l'Étude des Épopées Romanes. Padoue-Venise: Mucchi Editore, 29 Aug. - 4 Sept., 1982.
  • "Florent et Octavien: The Fourteenth-Century Poem" Olifant: A Publication of the Société Rencesvals, American-Canadian Branch, 1989 Fall-Winter; 14 (3-4): 179-189.
  • "Women and Marriage Around 1400: Three Views" Fifteenth-Century Studies, 1990; 17: 475-484.
  • "Christine de Pizan as Teacher" Romance Languages Annual, 1992; 3: 132-36.
  • "L'influence de l'image sur l'imagination de Christine de Pizan"Wodam, 1992.
  • "Renard et ses compagnons dans les sermons de Jean Gerson" Reinardus: Yearbook of the International Reynard Society/Annuaire de la Société Internationale Renardienne, 1992; 5: 209-15.

Replies to the Following Articles

  • "Dignity and Desire: The Alba Poet's Liberation of the Courtly Lady" By: Sigal, Gale; in O'Nan, Martha (ed.); Papers on Romance Literary Relations: The Creation of Female Voices by Male Writers in Romance Literatures. Brockport: State University of New York; 1987. pp. 9-20.
  • "Doing unto Others as Was Done unto Her: The pícara in Spanish Golden Age Fiction" By: Ackerlind, Sheila R. in O'Nan, Martha (ed.); Papers on Romance Literary Relations: The Creation of Female Voices by Male Writers in Romance Literatures. Brockport: State Univ. of New York; 1987. pp. 23-29.
  • "Enide and Fenice: Chrétien de Troyes's Clerkly Heroines" By: Armstrong, Grace M. In O'Nan, Martha (ed.); Papers on Romance Literary Relations: The Creation of Female Voices by Male Writers in Romance Literatures. Brockport: State Univ.of New York; 1987. pp. 1-8.

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Language
English, French
Contents List
SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS



Personal photograph


Box 1: folder 1
Cornwall-on-the-Hudson Reading Club records


Box 1: folder 2
Trip to Poissy (Postcards, tour guide)


Box 1: folder 3
Smith College medal (which incorrectly states that CCW was a member of the undergraduate class of '36)


Box 1: folder 4
Correspondence: Letters, postcards, etc. (detailed list within folder)


Box 1: folder 5
Correspondence: List of colleagues' addresses


Box 1: folder 6
SERIES II. NOTES



J. Germain "Débat du Chrétien et du Sarrazin"


Box 1: folder 7
Morea-Rendu "Poissy"


Box 1: folder 8
"Dictionnaire des littératures de langue française"


Box 1: folder 9
"Le Champion des dames"


Box 1: folder 10
"Un Poème inédit" (with copy of text)


Box 1: folder 11
"Livre des faits d'armes"


Box 1: folder 12
"L'Épître d'Othéa"


Box 1: folder 13
"La Chronique de Bergues"


Box 1: folder 14
Obras de Rodriguez de la Cámera


Box 1: folder 15
Miscellaneous topics


Box 1: folder 16



Unpublished



"Jeanne d'Arc comme Source d'Inspiration R: Héraire au quinzième siècle" M.A. Thesis, Smith College,
1936.

Box 1: folder 17
"The Miracles of Notre Dame,"
1937.

Box 1: folder 18
"Looking Eastward Around 1400," paper proposal.


Box 1: folder 19
Published



Review of: Rains, R.R., ed. Les Sept Psaumes allégorisés.
1967.

Box 1: folder 20
Review of: Hicks, Eric. "Le Débat sur le Roman de la Rose."
1977.

Box 1: folder 21
"L'influence de l'image sur l'imagination de Christine de Pizan," with offprint,
1992.

Box 1: folder 22
"Louis de Bruges, Lecteur de Christine de Pizan," with offprints (3),
1997.

Box 1: folder 23
"The Dominican Abbey of Poissy in 1400," with offprints (2), notes, and copy of Christine de Pizan's "Le Dit de Poissy," 2000.


Box 1: folder 24
"Women and Marriage Around 1400: Three Views"


Box 1: folder 25
"Margaret of Austria"


Box 1: folder 26
" Jean Bodel and Christine de Pizan, Pastoral Poets," with offprint


Box 1: folder 27
"Chapter 1: Antoine de Salle, Reader of Christine de Pizan" and "Chapter 5: Anne de France, Reader of Christine de Pizan"


Box 1: folder 28
"On Isabel of Portugal and the Court of Burgundy"


Box 1: folder 29
"Christine de Pizan's Allegorized Psalms," in French and English, with English offprints (3)


Box 1: folder 30
"Christine de Pizan as Teacher"


Box 1: folder 31
Review of: McLeod, Enid. The Order of the Rose: The Life and Ideas of Christine de Pizan.


Box 1: folder 32
Miscellaneous Works



"Amazons in Christine de Pizan's City of Ladies"


Box 1: folder 33
"A Backward Glance"


Box 1: folder 34
"Christine de Pizan's Attack on Courtly Love"


Box 1: folder 35
"Christine de Pizan, Biographer of Charles V"


Box 1: folder 36
"Christine de Pizan's Concept of the Just War"


Box 1: folder 37
"Christine de Pizan's Debt to Boccaccio"


Box 1: folder 38
"The Flemish Cité des Dames"


Box 1: folder 39
"Medieval Women: The Court as a School for Young Noblewomen"


Box 1: folder 40
"Proverbs in the Writing of Christine de Pizan"


Box 1: folder 41
"Text and Image in the Manuscripts of Christine de Pizan's Works"


Box 1: folder 42
Offprints of published works



"A Portuguese Translation of Christine de Pizan's Livre des Trois Vertus,"copies
1963, 2

Box 1: folder 43
"The Manuscript Tradition of the Livre des Trois Vertus and Christine de Pizan's Audience,"copies
1966, 2

Box 1
"Christine de Pizan's Treatise on the Art of Warfare,"copies
1970, 2

Box 1
"Lovers' Dialogues in Christine de Pizan's Lyric Poetry from the Cent Ballades to the Cent Ballades d'Amant et de Dame,"
1981

Box 1
"L'idée de bonheur au moyen âge,"
1990

Box 1
"Pilfering Vegetius? Christine de Pizan's Faits d'Armes et de Chevalerie,"
1995

Box 1
"Concepts of Love According to Guillaume de Machaut, Christine de Pizan and Pietro Bembo"


Box 1
"Une Source Oubliée du Voyage Imaginaire de Christine de Pizan," 3 copies


Box 1
"Punishment and Reward in Christine de Pizan's Lyric Poetry," 2 copies


Box 1
"Essor et fortune de la chanson de geste dans l'Europe et l'Orient Latin,"offprint only,
1982.

Box 1
Reviews of published works



"Christine de Pizan, Her Life and Works"

[See also SERIES VII. OVERSIZED MATERIALS]]



Box 1: folder 44
Ferrante, Joan M. "Medieval Woman and Poet: Christine de Pizan, Her Life and Works"


Box 1
"Christine de Pizan" Book World,
February 10, 1985.

Box 1
"Guardian Women"


Box 1
SERIES IV. LECTURES AND CONFERENCE PAPERS



Scholarly



"Christine de Pizan and the Seneschal of Hainault," Kalamazoo:
1978

Box 1: folder 45
"Christine de Pizan's Imaginary Voyage to the East," Europe and Asia: 600-1600 Institution and Ideas Conference, University of Hawaii at Manoa: (accompanying drafts, notes, program, and manuscript photographs)
January 2-5, 1983

Box 1: folder 46
"Recreating a Medieval Person," Tulane University: (accompanying confirmation letter, multiple drafts, and French version of the essay)
February 17, 1989

Box 1: folder 47
"Christine de Pizan: From Poet to Political Commentator," The Political Theory of Christine de Pizan, University of Virginia:
October 20, 1989

Box 1: folder 48
"Christine de Pizan, Reader of Arthurian Romance," XVIth International Arthurian Conference, Durham: (accompanying program and list of participants)
August 11-18, 1990

Box 1: folder 49
"Christine de Pizan as Teacher," Purdue University Conference on Romance Languages, Literatures & Film, West Lafayette, IN: (multiple copies)
October 3-5, 1991

Box 1: folder 50
"Bruges: The 'Venice of the North',"
1992

Box 1: folder 51
"Pilfering Vegetius? Christine de Pizan's Faits d'Armes et de Chevalerie," Woman and the Book in the Middle Ages, St. Hilda's College, Oxford: (accompanying manuscript photographs and program)
August 27-30, 1993

Box 1: folder 52
"Not Always a Feminist: Christine de Pizan on the Art of Warfare," Christine de Pizan: Texts/Intertexts/Contexts, Binghamton, NY: (accompanying program and invitation letter)
October 20-21, 1995

Box 1: folder 53
"Christine de Pizan on War and Peace"


Box 1: folder 54
"Christine de Pizan in Print," Cleveland


Box 1: folder 55
"Early Readers of Christine de Pizan: Some Medieval Women to Be Remembered," La Maison Française, New York University: (multiple copies)
February 13

Box 1: folder 56
"Late Medieval Mysticism"


Box 1: folder 57
"Lovers' Dialogues in Christine de Pizan's Lyric Poetry from The 'Cent to the 'Cent Ballades d'Amant et de Dame' "


Box 1: folder 58
"Michel de Montaigne"


Box 1: folder 59
"St. Bernard and a Duchess of Burgundy," Cleveland State University


Box 1: folder 60
Popular



"The Cadfael Chronicles of Ellis Peters"


Box 1: folder 61
"A Peace to End All Peace"


Box 1: folder 62
"The Russian Ballet"


Box 1: folder 63
"The Court of Tamerlan" (accompanying news clipping and photocopied text)


Box 1: folder 64
"Leningrad" (accompanying notes and article)


Box 1: folder 65
"The End of the Spanish Empire"


Box 1: folder 66
"Americans in Paris: The Lost Generation"


Box 1: folder 67
"Is the World Flat?" (accompanying comic strip)


Box 1: folder 68
"Tristan and Iseut"


Box 1: folder 69
"Jean-Paul Sartre"


Box 1: folder 70
"The French in the New World"


Box 1: folder 71
"The Royal Palace of Sintra"


Box 1: folder 72
"The Mechanical Clock"


Box 1: folder 73
"Sylvanus Thayer of West Point"


Box 1: folder 74
"In the Company of Educated Women" (to the Cornwall-on-the-Hudson Reading Club)


Box 1: folder 75
"Portuguese Immigrants"


Box 1: folder 76
"Life in Forts Along the Frontiers"


Box 1: folder 77
Lecture programs, fliers, and miscellaneous papers



"Christine de Pisan: The World's First Voice for Women's Rights (1364-1430)" lecture flier. The College at New Paltz, State University of New York:
April 30.

Box 1: folder 78
Sewanee Medieval Colloquium Program -(2 copies)
1987

Box 1: folder 79
The World of St. Paul: Judaism, Christianity, and Greco-Roman Civilization pamphlet. Harvard Alumni Association: 02.
November 10-22, 20

Box 1: folder 80
SERIES V. SUBJECT FILES: CHRISTINE DE PIZAN

[See also SERIES VII. OVERSIZED MATERIALS]]




Photocopies of manuscripts, books, etc.



Solente, Suzanne. "Christine de Pizan." Paris: Imprimerie Nationale,
1969.

Box 2: folder 1
Salet, Frances and Erlande-Brandenburg, Alain. "La Priorale Saint-Louis de Poissy." Bulletin Monumental. Paris: Musée des Monuments Français, Société Française d'Archéologie,
1971.

Box 2: folder 2
Dulac, Liliane, ed. Pizan, Christine. "Heures de Contemplacion sur la Passion de Nostre Seigneur" MS of Paris, B.N., n.a. fr. 10059, fol. 114-144 with changes made from the MS of La Hague, B. Royale, 73. J. 55, fol. 51-92v.


Box 2: folder 3
"MS 8 Christine de Pizan, Epitre d'Othéa" (article with examples of manuscript and notes).


Box 2: folder 4
"Le Roman de Florimont" MS 125266 (typed manuscript).


Box 2: folder 5
Pizan, Christine. "Les Heures de Contemplacion sur la Passion de Nostre Seigneur (dialecte de l'Est)" (typed manuscript).


Box 2: folder 6
Pizan, Christine. "Le Livre des Faits d'Armes et de Chevalerie" (partial photocopied manuscript).


Box 2: folder 7
"La Prud'homme de l'Omme" (typed manuscript)


Box 2: folder 8
Pizan, Christine. "La Fleur de Toutes Vertus." Paris, B.N.F., MS fo. 24.785. (photocopied manuscript)


Box 2: folder 9
Pizan, Christine. "Le Livre des Trois Vertus." (photocopied manuscript)


Box 2: folder 10
Pizan, Christine. "Le Livre des Trois Vertus." Boston Public Library, MS 1528. (photocopied manuscript)


Box 2: folder 11
Pizan, Christine. "Le Livre des Trois Vertus." Brussels, Bibl. Roy., MS 0973. (photocopied manuscript)


Box 2: folder 12
Pizan, Christine. "Le Livre des Trois Vertus." Paris, B.N.F., MS fo. 25.294. (photocopied manuscript)


Box 2: folder 13
Pizan, Christine. "Le Livre des Trois Vertus." Paris, B.N.F., MS fo. 452. (photocopied manuscript).


Box 2: folder 14
Unidentified photocopied manuscript


Box 2: folder 15
Misc. photocopied manuscript pages


Box 2: folder 16
List of Christine de Pizan manuscripts


Box 2: folder 17
SERIES V. SUBJECT FILES: CHRISTINE DE PIZAN



Articles by colleagues



"Biographie de Jean de Mantagu, Grand Maître de France" Bibliothèque de l'École des chartes XIII.
1852.

Box 2: folder 18
"The Anglo-French Negotiations, 1439." Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, Vol. XL, No. 101.
May 1967.

Box 2: folder 19
"Beaux Livres Anciens et Modernes." Librairie Lardanecht, 1976.
35-41.

Box 2: folder 20
Reno, Christine M. and Ouy, Gilbert. "Identification des Autographes de de Pizan." Scriptorium: International Review of Manuscript Studies. Tome XXXIV. Gand: E. Story-Scientia S.P.R.L.,(with offprint)
1980.

Box 2: folder 21
"Guardian Women"
1 June 1984.

Box 2: folder 22
Schneider-Lastin, Wolfram. "Hanschriftenfunde zur Literatur des Mittelalters: Christine de Pizan Deutsch." Zeitschrift für deutsches Altertum und deutsche Literatur (ZFDA). 125:
2, 1996.

Box 2: folder 23
"The Christine de Pizan Society Newsletter."
9 March 1999.

Box 2: folder 24
Walters, Lori J. "The Royal Vernacular: Poet and Patron in Christine de Pizan's Charles V and the Sept Psaumes Allégorisés." Blumenfeld-Kosinski, Renate; Robertson, Duncan; and Warren, Nancy Bradley, eds. The Vernacular Spirit: Essays on Medieval Religious Literature. New York: Palgrave, 2002.


Box 2: folder 25
Parussa, Gabriella. "Veior, Oïr et Entendrel'Epistre Othéa et le Cycle Iconographique de Deux Manuscrits." Favola, Mito ed Altrisaggi di Letteratura e Filologia. 2003.


Box 2: folder 26
"Christine de Pizan: Une Femme de Science, Une femme de lettres: Résumés" Colloque international: Université de Liége. 05.
11-15 January 20

Box 2: folder 27
"Bibliographie: A propos d'un livre récent sur Christine de Pizan."


Box 2: folder 28
Thomas, A. "Jean Castel." Romania XXI. 271-74 (with notes)
1982.

Box 2: folder 29
Reno, Christine M. "The Cursive and Calligraphic Scripts of Christine de Pizan."


Box 2: folder 30
Richards, Earl Jeffrey. "Christine de Pizan and Jean Gerson."


Box 2: folder 31
"Notice sur la Construction du Palais Rihour à Lille"


Box 2: folder 32
==Offprints by colleagues



Mombello, Gianni. "Recherches sur l'Origine du Nom de la Déesse Othéa." Dagli, Estratto. Atti Della Academia delle Scienze di Torino. Vol. 103
. 1968-69.

Box 2: folder 33
Mombello, Gianni. "Quelques aspects de la pensée politique de Christine de Pizan d'après ses œuvres publiées." Dagli, Estratto. Tai del Convegno su: 'Culture et politique en France à l'époque de l'Humanisme et de la Renaissance.' Academia delle Scienze di Torino. 29 March -
3 April, 1971.

Box 2: folder 33
Bernard, Paul R., ed. Les Bonnes Feuilles: Special Edition: Christine de Pizan. Vol. III, No. ii. Pennsylvania State University,
Fall 1974.

Box 2: folder 33
Kennedy, Angus. "La Lamentation sur les maux de la France de Christine de Pizan." Foulon, Charles. Mélanges de Langue et Littérature Françaises de Moyen Age et de la Renaissance. Tome I. Institut de Français, Université de Haute Bretagne,
1980.

Box 2: folder 33
Dulac, Liliane. "Dissymétrie et échec de la communication dans les Cent Balades d'Amant et de Dame de Christine de Pizan." Lengas: Dix Années de Sociolinguistique / Détz ans de Sociolingüística. Montpellier,
1987.

Box 2: folder 33
Kennedy, Angus. "Le manuscrit de Châtellerault. Un manuscrit perdu du VIIe livre de 'La Mutacion de Fortune.'" Zimmerman, Margarete and De Rentiis, Dina. The City of Scholars: New Approaches to Christine de Pizan. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter,(2 copies)
1994.

Box 2: folder 33
Fenster, Thelma. "Review of The City of Scholars: New Approaches to Christine de Pizan edited by Margarete Zimmerman and Dina de Rentiis." Speculum 72.2
(1997).

Box 2: folder 33
Smith, Geri L. "Christine de Pizan's Dit de la Pasteure - A Feminization of the Pastourelle." Romance Notes. Vol. XXXIX, No. 3
. 1999.

Box 2: folder 33
Smith, Geri L. "De Marotele au Lai Mortel: La Subversion Discursive du Code Courtois Dans Deux Ouvrages de Christine de Pizan." Hicks, Eric. Au Champ des Escriptures, III Colloque international sur Christine de Pizan. Paris: Honoré Champion Éditeur, 2000.


Box 2: folder 33
Walters, Loris J. "Autobiographie et Humanisme: la Réception de Pétrarque par Christine de Pizan." Dynamique d'une expansion culturelle Pétrarque en Europe XIV-XX Siècle. Paris: Honoré Champion Éditeur, 2001.


Box 2: folder 33
Altman, Barbara. "L'Art de l'Autoportrait Littéraire dans les Cent Ballades de Christine de Pizan."


Box 2: folder 33
SERIES VI. AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS



Photographs



Photographed manuscript: Christine de Pisan, Lettre à Isabelle de Bavière, reine de France. Flandre méridionale ou France, c. 1490. MS. IV 1176


Box 2: folder 34
Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale. MS. 1. Les Grandes Chroniques de France. f. 170. Le Château de Poissy.


Box 2: folder 35
Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale. MS. 10387, f. 1. (2 copies)


Box 2: folder 35
London, British Library. MS. 3921, f. 51.


Box 2: folder 35
Postcard: London, British Library. Harley MS. 4431, f. 81. "Riding Party"


Box 2: folder 35
London, British Library. Harley MS. 4431, f. 221, 3346.


Box 2: folder 35
Lyon, Bibliothèque de la ville de Lyon. 240


Box 2: folder 35
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France. 12994 MS. Fr. 948, f. 1.


Box 2: folder 35
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France. 12994 MS. Fr. 948, f. 14.


Box 2: folder 35
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France. 12994 MS. Fr. 948, f. 184.


Box 2: folder 35
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France. 12994 MS. Fr. 2807, f. 12.


Box 2: folder 35
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France. 30648 MS. Fr. 948, f. IIV


Box 2: folder 35
Miscellaneous other photographs (one of a scribe's signature, 12 of an unidentified page of text)


Box 2: folder 35
Slides



L'époque de Charles VI from Les Trésors de la Bibliothèque Nationale: Département des Manuscrits. Commentaires par Marcel Thomas. Éditions Filmées d'Art et d'Histoire(20-slide collection with commentary book)
. 1957.

Box 3: folder 1
Adoration


Box 3: folder 2
Adoration (on manuscript page)


Box 3: folder 3
Adoration of the Magi (after van Eyck) - 88. MS. 868


Box 3: folder 4
Annunciation to Shepherds - 87. MS. 868


Box 3: folder 5
Bibliothèque publique et universitaire. A. Steinschaber (1478). Jean d'Arras. Mélusine. Genève.


Box 3: folder 6
Bibliothèque publique et universitaire. Attribué à Jean Perrissin (vers 1530-vers 1611). Temple de Lyon, nommé Paradis. Vers 1565.


Box 3: folder 7
Bologna, Pinacoteca nazionale. Jacopo da Bologna. Politico.


Box 3: folder 8
Bologna, Pinacoteca nazionale. The Virgin's coronation (Le Couronnement de la Vierge).


Box 3: folder 9
Catherine of Clèves Kneeling - Virgin and Child


Box 3: folder 10
Virgin and Child - 124. MS. 358


Box 3: folder 11
Seated Virgin and Child - 125. MS. 358


Box 3: folder 12
Holy Family at Supper


Box 3: folder 13
Mary the Virgin: Marriage - MS. 453


Box 3: folder 14
Mary the Virgin weaving - 37. MS. 453


Box 3: folder 15
Nativity - 86. MS. 868


Box 3: folder 16
MS. 212, f. 1


Box 3: folder 17
MS. 213, f. 1


Box 3: folder 18
Miscellaneous (16 slides)


Box 3: folder 19
Microfilm



Armand M. Queyroy, Enseignements d'Anne de France à sa fille Susanne de Bourbon. Moulins: C. Desrosiers,
1878.

Box 3: folder 1
Boston, Boston Public Library. MS. 1528. Christine de Pizan, Le Livre des Trois Vertus.


Box 3: folder 2
Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale. MS. 1093. Christine de Pizan, Les sept psaumes allégorisés (Louis de Bruges.)


Box 3: folder 3
Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale. MS. 9009-9011. Christine de Pizan, Le livre des fais d'armes et de chevalerie. (Croy )


Box 3: folder 4
Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale. MS. 9235, 10973-74. Christine de Pizan, La cité des dames - Le Livre des Trois Vertus (en A).


Box 3: folder 5
Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale. MS. 9551-52. Christine de Pizan, Le Livre des Trois Vertus.


Box 3: folder 6
Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale. MS. 10205. Christine de Pizan, Le livre des fais d'armes et de chevalerie.


Box 3: folder 7a
Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale. MS. 10205. Christine de Pizan, Le livre des fais d'armes et de chevalerie.


Box 3: folder 7b
Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale. MS. 10476. Christine de Pizan, Le livre des fais d'armes et de chevalerie.


Box 3: folder 8
Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale. MS. 11048. Vegesce [Vegetius], Le livre de l'art de chevalerie. *Note : Wound backwards


Box 3: folder 9
Chantilly, Musée Condé. MS. 492. Cent Ballades - Dit de la pastoure


Box 3: folder 10
Dresden, Sächsische Landesbibliothek. MS. 770. Le Livre des Trois Vertus.


Box 3: folder 11
The Hague, Royal Library. MS. 71 E 46. Philippe de Clèves, Art de Guerroyer.


Box 3: folder 12
The Hague, Royal Library. MS. 131 C 26. Christine de Pizan, Le Livre des Trois Vertus.


Box 3: folder 13
Lille, Bibliothèque Municipale. Godetroy 50. Histoire de Gilles de Chin.


Box 3: folder 14
Lille, Bibliothèque Municipale. Godetroy 152. Christine de Pizan, Le Livre des Trois Vertus.


Box 3: folder 15
Lille, Bibliothèque Municipale. MS. 607. Vacotin de Ramecourt, Spiritual Texts Copied for Isabel du Portugal.


Box 3: folder 16
London, British Library. MS. 1073.A.4. Christine de Pizan, Le chemin de long estude.


Box 3: folder 17
London, British Library. Add. 15641. Christine de Pizan, Le Livre des Trois Vertus.


Box 3: folder 18
London, British Library. Add. 21370. Correspondence of [Jean de Verchin] Seneschal of Hainault, with Henry IV of England, Sir John Cornwall and others, (Cartes et Debris d'Armes)


Box 3: folder 19
London, British Library. Harley 219. Christine de Pizan, L'Épître d'Othéa.


Box 3: folder 20
London, British Library. Harley 4431. Christine de Pizan, Poésies.


Box 3: folder 21
London, British Library. Harley 4605. Christine de Pizan. Des fais d'armes.


Box 3: folder 22
London, British Library. Ps. MS. 907. Lansdowne. 214.


Box 3: folder 23
Oxford, Bodleian Library. MS. 7423. Christine de Pizan, Le Livre des Trois Vertus.


Box 3: folder 24
Paris, Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal. 3356 no. 1-264. 1. Le Chevalier de la Tour Landry 2. Christine de Pizan, Le Livre des Trois Vertus (129).


Box 3: folder 25
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France. Fr. 214, No. 1 - 68. R. 16.413. Livre des faits de Boucicaut.


Box 3: folder 26
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France. Fr. 301. No. 1-295. R. 10.735. Histoire ancienne jusqu'à César.


Box 3: folder 27
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France. Fr. 452 ; Fr. 1177. Christine de Pizan, Le Livre des Trois Vertus.


Box 3: folder 28
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France. Fr. 585. Le livre des fais d'armes et de chevalerie.


Box 3: folder 29
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France. Fr. 605-607, 1197. Christine de Pizan, Livre de prudence, Le corp de Policie.


Box 3: folder 30
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France. Fr. 835. Christine de Pizan, Épîtres sur le roman de la rose.


Box 3: folder 31
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France. Fr. 1091. L. Du Premier fait, Livre des 4 vertus. Christine de Pizan, Livre des Trois Vertus.


Box 3: folder 32
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France. Fr. 1180. Le Livre des Trois Vertus.


Box 3: folder 33
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France. Fr. 12779. Oeuvres de Christine Pizan


Box 3: folder 34
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France. Fr. 24786. L'Epistre de la Prison de Vie Humaine. Fr. 24864 - Lamentation sur la Guerre Civile.


Box 3: folder 35
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France. Rés. 611. Vérard ed. Le livre des fais d'armes et de chevalerie.


Box 3: folder 36
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France. Res. 73. Christine de Pizan, Trésor de la cité des dames.
42 20

Box 3: folder 37
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France. Res. Y2 186. RChristine de Pizan. Le Trésor de la cité des dames.
. 1864.

Box 3: folder 38
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France. R. Sh. 613, cod. 18.943. Philippe de Clèves, Instruction du toutes manières.


Box 3: folder 39
St. Petersburg, (Former) Imperial Library. F. Le livre des fais d'armes et de chevalerie.
11, 96.

Box 3: folder 40
Vienna, National Bibliothek. Photo Nr. M 966 62, Cod. 3430. Roman de la Mappemonde. Gautier de Mils, Image du monde. Christine de Pizan, La cité des dames, Le Livre des Trois Vertus.


Box 3: folder 41
Compact discs (electronic documents)



Charity Willard autobiography



Emails involving corrections/adjustments with Charity and 2 other individuals


Box 3: folder 42
Charity's autobiography, with selected bibliography of her works - includes commentary from publisher


Box 3: folder 42
Original draft of Charity's autobiography


Box 3: folder 42
Table of contents (Wommed)


Box 3: folder 42
Charles V biography (by Christine de Pizan)



The first part of the Charles V Biography with footnotes (presumably added by Charity?); footnotes are only numbered but are not actually explained in this document


Box 3: folder 42
Charles V Biography sections 1 - 1 (11) with both footnotes and explanations


Box 3: folder 42
Copy of above; in this copy, the text of the book is not in bold


Box 3: folder 42
Charity's introduction to this edition of the biography


Box 3: folder 42
Faits d'Armes (completed text)



Each section of the work is in an individual word file, with notes by Charity


Box 3: folder 42
2 file versions of the complete work


Box 3: folder 42
File of Book 1


Box 3: folder 42
Chapter Master


Box 3: folder 42
Index


Box 3: folder 42
Introduction


Box 3: folder 42
Introduction with notes on manuscripts


Box 3: folder 42
Old E-mail Messages - several of Charity's old e-mails


Box 3: folder 42
Outlook Contacts - Charity's e-mail address book


Box 3: folder 42
Accountant Access Letter, giving her accountant permission to have access to her account (2004)


Box 3: folder 42
Charity's review of a book of articles on Christine de Pizan by various scholars (Edited by Eric Hicks from
1998)

Box 3: folder 42
Christine de Pizan - What appears to be the beginnings of a speech Charity wrote about Christine


Box 3: folder 42
Preface to Christine's Vision


Box 3: folder 42
Essay written by Charity relative to Christine's Vision entitled "For Christine's Vision"


Box 3: folder 42
A program that adds a cartoon cat to the desktop


Box 3: folder 42
Essay: "Louise de la Tour, Dame de Crequy"


Box 3: folder 42
Essay: "My Good Friend Christine de Pizan"


Box 3: folder 42
SERIES VII. OVERSIZED MATERIALS



Writings (published)



Christine de Pizan: Her Life and Works, New York: Persea,
1985.

Box 4: folder 1
The Book of Three Virtues


Box 4: folder 2
Edition Critique of Les Faits d'armes et de chevalerie, by Christine de Pizan. Forthcoming.


Box 4: folder 3
Subject files



Photocopied books



Trans. Chaperon, Ian. Le Chemin de Long Estude de dame Cristine de Pise. Paris : Eltienne Groulteau, 1549.


Box 4: folder 4
Nys, Ernest. L'Arbre des Batailles. Bruxelles et Leipzig: Merzvach & Falk,
1883

Box 4: folder 5
Dissertations 



Fernande Rosier, Madeleine (Sister Marie). Christine de Pisan as a Moralist.(2 vols.).


Box 4: folder 6
de Silva Nunes Ribeiro Cruzeiro, Maria Manuela. Espelho de Cristina : Estudo linguistico comparativo dos dois textos actualmente conhecidos de uma tradução medieval portuguesa do "Livre des Trois Vertus," de Christine de Pisan. (2 vols.).


Box 4: folder 7
Book with Charity Cannon Willard's notes



Ringland Rains, Ruth. Les septes psaumes allégorisés of Christine de Pisan. Washington, D.C.,: Catholic University of America Press,
1965.

Box 4: folder 8
BOOKS (by or containing writing by Charity Cannon Willard)



The Writings of Christine de Pizan. Edited by Charity Cannon Willard. New York: Persea,
1993.

Box 5
The "Livre de la Paix" of Christine de Pizan: A Critical Edition with Introduction and Notes. The Hague: Mouton,
1958.

Box 5
"The 'Three Virtues' of Christine de Pizan," in Boston Public Library Quarterly201-305.
(1950):

Box 5
"A New Look at Christine de Pizan's Epistre au dieu d'Amours," in Beck, Jonathan and Mombello, Gianni. Seconda miscellanea di studi e ricerche sul quatttrocento francese. Chambéry et Turin, Centre d'études franco-italien. 1981.
71-92.

Box 5
"Antoine de la Salle, Reader of Christine de Pizan," in McLeod, Glenda K. Visitors to the City: Readers of Christine Pizan. Lewiston, NY: Edward Mellen,
1991.

Box 5
A Medieval Woman's Mirror of Honor: The Treasury of the City of Ladies ed. Madeleine Pelner Cosman. Translated by Charity Cannon Willard. New York: Persea,
1989.

Box 5
Le Livre des trois vertus. Text established by Charity Cannon Willard in collaboration with Eric Hicks. Paris: Champion,(2 copies)
1989

Box 5
The Book of Arms and of Chivalry, by Christine de Pizan. Trans. B. G. Sumner Willard. Edited by Charity Cannon Willard. University Park, Penn.: Pennsylvania State University Press,
1999.

Box 5
Christine de Pizan, Her Life and Works,by Charity Cannon Willard. New York: Persea,(2 copies).
1985

Box 5
Christine de Pizan: A Casebook. Foreword by Charity Cannon Willard. New York, NY: Routledge; 2003. xiii, pp. 296


Box 5
"Christine de Pizan on the Art of Warfare," in Desmond, Marilynn, ed. Christine de Pizan and the Categories of Difference. Minneapolis, MN: U of Minnesota P; 1998. pp. xix, 287 pp.In Essays in Honor of L. F. Solano, ed. Raymond Cormier and Urban Holmes. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1970.
3-15.

Box 5
The Profane Arts of the Middle Ages: Commanding Women (issue in honor of Charity Cannon Willard). (Vol. VII, No. 2) (Autumn
1998).

Box 5
"Christine de Pizan and the Order of the Rose," in Ideals for Women in the Works of Christine de Pizan, ed. Diane Bornstein. Michigan Consortium of Medieval and Early Modern Studies Monograph Series 1
. 1981.

Box 5
"Christine de Pizan: From Poet to Political Commentator," in Brabant, Margaret (ed.); Elshtain, Jean Bethke (introd.); Politics, Gender, and Genre: The Political Thought of Christine de Pizan. Boulder: Westview; 1992. pp. xii, 240 pp.
17-32.

Box 5
"The Dominican Abbey of Poissy in 1400," in Campbell, John (ed. and preface); Margolis, Nadia (ed. and introd.); Christine de Pizan 2000. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi; 2000. pp. 209-18.429 pp.


Box 5
Édition Critique of Le Livre de la paix, by Christine de Pizan. The Hague: Mouton,
1958.

Box 5

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