QUEENSHIP AND POWER
Carole Levin and Charles Beem,
editors
This series invites proposals from scholars specializing in
gender analysis, women’s studies, literary interpretation, and
cultural, political, constitutional, and diplomatic history. It
aims to broaden our understanding of the strategies that
queens—both consort and regnant, as well as female regents
and other women who wilded regal or quasi-regal power—
pursued in order to wield political power within the
structures of male dominant societies.
Editorial Board
Linda Darling
, University of Arizona (Ottoman Empire)
Theresa Earenfight
, Seattle University (Spain)
Dorothy Ko, Barnard College (China) Nancy Kollman,
Stanford University (Russia)
J
ohn Thornton, Boston University (Africa and the Atlantic
World)
John Watkins, University of Minnesota (France and
Italy)
FOR NEW PROPOSALS, CONTACT:
PALGRAVE MACMILLAN EDITOR:
Kristin Purdy
Palgrave Macmillan
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New York, NY 10010
kristin.purdy@palgrave-usa.com
Tel: 212-451-8459
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List of Published Titles
Charles Beem, The Lioness Roared:  The Problems of Female Rule in
English History
(2008).
Carole Levin, Debra Barrett Graves, Jo Eldridge Carney, eds.,
High and
Might Queens of Early Modern England
(2009).
Sharon L. Jansen,
The Monstrous Regiment of Women:  Female Rulers in
Early Modern Europe
(2009).
Arlene Naylor Okerlund,
Elizabeth of York (2009).
Linda Shenk,
Learned Queen: the Imperial Images of Elizabeth I (2009).
Alice Hunt and Anna Whitelock, eds.,
Tudor Queenship:  The Reigns of
Mary and Elizabeth
(2010).
Anna Riehl,
The Face of Queenship: Representations of Elizabeth I (2010).
Illona Bell,
Elizabeth I:  the Voice of a Monarch (2010).
Catherine Loomis,
The Death of Elizabeth I (2010).
William Layher,
Queenship and Voice in Medieval Northern Europe (2010).
Erin Sadlack,
The French Queen's Letters:  Mary Tudor Brandon and the
Politics of Marriage in Sixteenth Century Europe
(2011).
Charles Beem, ed.
The Foreign Relations of Elizabeth I (2011).
Retha Warnicke,
Wicked Women in Tudor England (2012)
Lisa Benz St. John,
Three Medieval Queens:  Queenship and Power in
Fourteenth Century England
(2012).
Sarah Duncan,
A queen and by the same title a king also:’ Gender, Power,
and Ceremony in the Reign of Mary I
(2012).
Rayne Allison,
Monarchy of Letters (2012)
Kavita Murdan Finn,
Last Plantagenet Consorts (2012)
Sid Ray, Mother
Queens and Princely Sons (2012)
Jo Eldridge Carney,
Fairy Tale Queens (2013)
Dennis Moore and Charles Beem, eds.
The Name of a Queen:  William
Fleetwood’s Itinerarium ad Windsor
 (2013).
Debra Barrett Graves, ed.
The Emblematic Queen (2013)
Theresa Earenfight,
Queenship in Medieval Europe (2013)
Elena Woodacre
The Queens Regnant of Navarre (2013)
Elena Woodacre, ed.
Queenship in the Mediterranean (2013)
Mary Villeponteaux,
The Queen's Mercy: Gender and Judgment in
Representations of Elizabeth I
(2014)
Carlo M. Bajetta,
Elizabeth I’s Foreign Correspondence (2014)
Arthur F. Kinney, Jana A. Lawson, eds.
Titled Elizabethans (2014)
Charles Beem, Miles Taylor, eds.
The Man Behind the Queen:  Male
Consorts in History
(2014)
Branko F. van Oppen de Ruiter,
Berenice II Euergetis:  Essays in Early
Hellenistic Queenship
(2015).
Valerie Schutte,
Mary I and the Art of Book Dedications:  Royal Women,
Power, and Persuasion
(2015).
Carole Levin and Christine Stewart Nunez, eds.,
Scholars and Poets Talk
About Queens
(2015).
Elena Woodacre and Carey Fleiner, eds.,
Royal Mothers and their Ruling
Children: Wielding Political Authority from Antiquity to the Early Modern
Era
(2015).
Carolyn Harris,
Queenship and Revolution in Early Modern Europe:
Henrietta Maria and Marie Antoinette
(2015).
Derval Conroy,
Ruling Women, Volume 1:  Configuring the Female Prince
in Seventeenth-Century French Drama
(2015).
Derval Conroy,
Ruling Women, Volume 2:  Configuring the Female Prince
in Seventeenth-Century French Drama
(2015).
Zita Eva Rohr,
Yolande of Aragon (1381-1442) Family and Power (2015)