Tag: The Beguines of Medieval Paris

March is Women’s History Month!

Last night, sublime music, women’s voices soaring in a Medieval Women’s Choir concert at Trinity Church. I was transfixed, transported by the voices. During the instrumentals I closed my eyes and watched all my beloved characters dancing to the vielle and harp. Members of… Continue Reading “March is Women’s History Month!”

The Beguines of Medieval Paris—guest post by Tanya Stabler Miller

First, I’d like to thank Candace for inviting me to discuss my book. I’m so pleased to have discovered her work, as well as her blog (through fellow beguine-scholar Jennifer Kolpacoff Deane!) The study of beguines represents a significant challenge for historians of women… Continue Reading “The Beguines of Medieval Paris—guest post by Tanya Stabler Miller”

New Book on Beguines and forthcoming guest post

The University of Pennsylvania Press has just published The Beguines of Medieval Paris: Gender, Patronage, and Spiritual Authority by Tanya Stabler Miller , and tomorrow Tanya will be a guest on this blog! My thanks to Jennifer Kolpacoff Deane, who was my guest in December,… Continue Reading “New Book on Beguines and forthcoming guest post”