- Title Pages
- Notes on contributors
- 1 To piety or conversion more prone? Gender and conversion in the early modern Mediterranean
- 2 The quiet conversion of a ‘Jewish’ woman in eighteenth-century Spain
- 3 ‘A father to the soul and a son to the body’: gender and generation in Robert Southwell’s <i>Epistle to his father</i>
- 4 Gender and reproduction in the <i>Spirituall experiences</i>
- 5 ‘The needle may convert more than the pen’: women and the work of conversion in early modern England
- 6 Uneven conversions: how did laywomen become nuns in the early modern world?
- 7 Domus humilis: the conversion of Venetian convent architecture and identity
- 8 Converting the soundscape of women’s rituals, 1470–1560: purification, candles, and the <i>Inviolata</i> as music for churching
- 9 Narrating women’s Catholic conversions in seventeenth-century Vietnam
- 10 ‘I wish to be no other but as he’: Persia, masculinity, and conversion in early-seventeenth-century travel writing and drama
- 11 Turning tricks: erotic commodification, cross-cultural conversion, and the bed-trick on the English stage, 1580–1630
- 12 Whatever happened to Dinah the Black? And other questions about gender, race, and the visibility of Protestant saints
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