Women's Writing Before Woolf: A Social Reference

A collaborative project created by students enrolled in ENGL3013, "Women's Writing," at the University of Newcastle, Australia.

ContentsEdit

ContributorsEdit

AcknowledgmentsEdit

IntroductionEdit

Part I: Women WritersEdit

Anne Askew (1521–1546)Edit
Anne Cooke Bacon (1527–1610)Edit
Anne Barbauld (1743–1825)Edit
Aphra Behn (1640–1689)Edit
Elizabeth of Bohemia (1596–1662)Edit
Charlotte Bronte (1816-1855)Edit
Mary Bonaventure Browne (c. 1610–c. 1670)Edit
Frances “Fanny” Burney (1752–1840)Edit
Anne Cary (1615–1671)Edit
Elizabeth Tanfield Cary, Viscountess Falkland (1585–1639)Edit
Lucy Cary (1619–1650)Edit
Mildred Cecil (1526–1589)Edit
Frances Cook (d. 1659)Edit
Eleanor, countess of Desmond (c.1545–1638)Edit
Lady Elizabeth Dowdall (fl. 1640–1642)Edit
Anne Dowriche (f. 1589)Edit
Caitilin Dubh (fl. 1624–1629)Edit
Dorothy Moore Dury (1613–1664)Edit
Maria Edgeworth (1768–1849)Edit
Elizabeth Evelinge (1597–1668)Edit
Mary Fage (fl. 1637)Edit
Ann, Lady Fanshawe (1625–1680)Edit
Anne Finch (1661–1720)Edit
Brighid Fitzgerald (Nic Gearailt, c.1589–1682)Edit
Lettice Fitzgerald, Baroness Offaly (c.1580–1658)Edit
Constance Aston Fowler (d. 1664)Edit
Elizabeth Hanson (1684–c. 1737)Edit
Eliza Haywood (c. 1693–1756)Edit
Lucy Hutchinson (1620–1681)Edit
Katherine Jones, Viscountess Ranelagh (1615–1691)Edit
Mary Knatchbull (1610–1696)Edit
Sarah Kemble Knight (1666–1727)Edit
Delarivier Manley (1663–1724)Edit
Marie Maitland (d. 1596)Edit
Hannah More (1745–1833)Edit
Fionnghuala Ní Bhriain (c.1557–c.1617)Edit
Gráinne Ní Mháille (c.1530–c.1603; al. Grace O'Malley)Edit
Julian of Norwich (1343–1416)Edit
Anne Vaughan Locke Prowse (c. 1533–after 1590)Edit
Lucy Harington Russell, Countess of Bedford (1580–1627)Edit
Katharine Parr (1512–1548): Belinda BrownEdit
Laetitia Pilkington (c. 1709–1750)Edit
Hester Thrale Piozzi (1741–1821)Edit
Mary Prince (1788–1833)Edit
Mary Rich, countess of Warwick (1624–1678)Edit
Mary Rowlandson (c. 1637–1711)Edit
Charlotte Smith (1749–1806)Edit
Anne Southwell (1573–1636)Edit
Gertrude Aston Thimelby (1617–1668)Edit
Winifred Thimelby (1619–1690)Edit
Alice Thornton (1626–1707)Edit
Elizabeth Tyrwhit (d. 1578)Edit
Mary Ward (1585–1645)Edit
Phillis Wheatley (1753–1784)Edit
Isabella Whitney (fl. 1567–1573)Edit
Margaret Tyndal Winthrop (c.1591–1647)Edit

Part II: Scholars, Theorists, and ProjectsEdit

Scholars of Women's Writing: Early Modern to ContemporaryEdit

Thomas BentleyEdit
Peter DavidsonEdit
Alexander DyceEdit
Julia FlandersEdit
John FoxeEdit
Germaine GreerEdit
Elizabeth HagemanEdit
Kim F. HallEdit
Margo HendricksEdit
Elaine HobbyEdit
Margaret HannayEdit
Leigh HuntEdit
Anne Lake PrescottEdit
Barbara K. LewalskiEdit
Ania LoombaEdit
Cristina MalcolmsonEdit
Louise SchleinerEdit
Hilda L. SmithEdit
Jane StevensonEdit
Mihoko SuzukiEdit
Janet M. ToddEdit
Betty TravitskyEdit

Collaborations and ProjectsEdit

Bieses: Bibliografía de Escritoras EspañolasEdit
Emory Women Writers Resource ProjectEdit
OrlandoEdit
PerditaEdit
WINK: Women’s Invisible InkEdit
Women’s Early Modern Letters OnlineEdit
Women Writers Project (Northeastern University)Edit
RECIRC: The Reception and Circulation of Women's Writing, 1550–1700Edit