QUEENSHIP AND
POWER
Charles Beem and Carole
Levin, 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
wielded regal or quasi-regal
power—pursued in order to
wield political power within
the structures of male
dominant societies.
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