On Teresa de Cartagena and Other Feminisms
By Jesús R. Velasco | Published on October 13, 2019
- Kim, Traditional Discourses
- Scarborough, Irrefutable Arguments
- Kim & Seidenspinner, Historicizing Teresa
- Kimen, Defense of Women
- Moore, Conventional Botany
- Trillia, Agent of Her Own Salvation
Some of the readings on this list, suggested by Professor Yonsoo Kim for the preparation of this session of Iberian Connections, deal, precisely, with necessary reassessments of the work of Teresa as a writer, and the life of Teresa within and outside the walls of the convents in which she lived.
Kim, Yonsoo. Between Desire and Passion. Teresa de Cartagena. Chapter 2: “Writing With Traditional Discourses.” Leiden & Boston: E. J. Brill, 2012: 35–50.
Kim, Yonsoo. Between Desire and Passion. Teresa de Cartagena. Chapter 5: “Writing to Give Voice: Defense of Women.” Leiden & Boston: E. J. Brill, 2012: 107–130.
Kim, Yonsoo, and Dayle Seidenspinner-Núñez. “Historicizing Teresa: Reflections on New Documents Regarding Sor Teresa de Cartagena.” La Corónica 32.3 (2004): 121–150.
Moore, Jon K, Jr. “Conventional Botany or Unorthodox Organics? On the meollo/corteza metaphor in Admiraçión Operum Dey of Teresa de Cartagena.” Romance Notes 44.1 (2003): 3–12.
Scarborough, Connie L. “Irrefutable Arguments: Teresa de Cartagena Defends her Right to Authorship.” Romance Quarterly 65.3 (2018): 124–134.
Trillia, Raquel. “Teresa de Cartagena: Agent of Her Own Salvation.” Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 32.1 (2007): 51–70.