And I (still) promise to write something for it soon. In the meantime, I’ll (continue to) use this post to flag up blogging on women’s history and women in history this month. (I’ll keep it near the top of the page for the next week or two and add posts as I find ’em.)
Update: lots of bloggers are writing about medieval women this year!
Sor Juana, 1651?-1695
I like medieval women (especially queens)
All the usual slanders against a queen
Europe’s first professional writer?
Christine de Pizan
Chrodield and Basina
Hilda of Whitby
Why Medieval Women Writers Belong in the Canon
Women philosophers in the SEP
A young lady makes a decision
Dr Lamb’s darling
Roman Women’s History Month (starts here)
And this will lead you to all the posts I did last year:
Women’s History Month 2005 at EMN
Plus, random linkage…
If you’ve seen or written something relevant, leave a link in the comments!