A website introducing the calligrapher, artist, embroiderer and writer Esther Inglis (1570?–1624). Included is biographical information as well as the locations, sources, and dedicatees of her manuscripts, and a currently updated bibliography.
This website, as a freely available digital critical edition, makes the poetry of Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle, freely available online for all to use, for teaching or research. More importantly, the full textual notes show the numerous variants across the three editions, which will allow readers of these excellent poems to see the tremendous amount of revision that Cavendish made to her poems.
An extensive collection of early modern women’s writing that includes texts, teaching resources, an online lab for tool exploration, and digital publications on the collection.
Classroom-ready, primary-source documents relating to Aphra Behn’s 1688 novel Oroonoko and the Atlantic slave trade from the Newberry Library collection.
A website designed for exploring La Princesse de Clèves with undergraduates, including teaching ideas, worksheets and discussion materials, and a list of film adaptations.
A site designed to help introduce undergraduates to Marguerite de Navarre’s Heptaméron.