Texts from Early Modern European Women

If you’re looking for primary texts by women to include in your syllabus, or simply to enrich your knowledge of the history of philosophy, then you will probably be as excited as I was by this series:  “The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe,” co-edited by Margaret L. King and Albert Rabil. It has over 200 books written by women between 1400 and 1700, some of which are presented in their original language alongside an English translation.

Click here for an introduction to the series, lists of titles and links to the publishers’ sites.

And let your library know!

Thanks to Feminist Philosophers for the tip!

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