Friday - September 20, 2019
Northeastern University: Where Are All Women in Early Modern English Literature?
September 07, 2019
BOSTON, Massachusetts, Sept. 7 [TNSsociologyresearch] -- Northeastern University issued the following news:

English anthologies make it seem like Jane Austen was the only woman who published anything worth reading before the eighteenth century. But why? Blame the pride and prejudice of nineteenth century men who excluded women from the original literary canon, according to researchers at Northeastern's Women Writers Project.

In the late nineteenth century, when English . . .

Targeted News Service Document Request Form

This document is available to you by e-mail if you complete the form below with relevant information. There may be a fee for this article or ongoing service of similar materials. We will be in touch shortly.

Name:
What's your
Affiliation
Government Newspaper / Media Business
Public Policy Individual / Student Educators
Email:
Phone:
Organization, if any:
State/Country you are in:
Additonal questions
or comments:

Click here for more information about our products

Click here for more information about our products