メディチ家の女性たち:ルネサンス時代のフィレンツェのジェンダーと権力<br>The Medici Women : Gender and Power in Renaissance Florence (Women and Gender in the Early Modern World)

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メディチ家の女性たち:ルネサンス時代のフィレンツェのジェンダーと権力
The Medici Women : Gender and Power in Renaissance Florence (Women and Gender in the Early Modern World)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 229 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780754607779
  • DDC分類 945.510508621

基本説明

Examines critically the changing contribution of the women in the Medici family to the eventual success of the Medici regime and their exercise of power within.

Full Description


The Medici Women is a study of the women of the famous Medici family of Florence in the fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries. Natalie Tomas examines critically the changing contribution of the women in the Medici family to the eventual success of the Medici regime and their exercise of power within it; and contributes to our historical understanding of how women were able to wield power in late medieval and early modern Italy and Europe. Tomas takes a feminist approach that examines the experience of the Medici women within a critical framework of gender analysis, rather than biography. Using the relationship between gender and power as a vantage point, she analyzes the Medici women's uses of power and influence over time. She also analyzes the varied contemporary reactions to and representation of that power, and the manner in which the women's actions in the political sphere changed over the course of the century between republican and ducal rule (1434-1537). The narrative focuses especially on how women were able to exercise power, the constraints placed upon them, and how their gender intersected with the exercise of power and influence. Keeping the historiography to a minimum and explaining all unfamiliar Italian terms, Tomas makes her narrative clear and accessible to non-specialists; thus The Medici Women appeals to scholars of women's studies across disciplines and geographical boundaries.

Table of Contents

List of Figures                                    ix
Abbreviations xi
Notes on the Text xiii
Acknowledgements xv
Introduction 1 (13)
1 The Locus of Power 14 (30)
2 The Exercise of Power 44 (39)
3 Medici Matronage 83 (22)
4 In Exile 105 (19)
5 At the Papal Court 124 (40)
6 The 'Problem' of a Female Ruler 164 (31)
Afterword 195 (4)
Bibliography 199 (14)
Index 213