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FellowSpeak: "Down and Out and Pregnant in Medieval France"

Sara McDougall, Institute for the Humanities Norman Freehling Visiting Fellow, Associate Professor of History at John Jay College of Criminal Justice of the City University of New York

Diane chassent Callisto, Ovide moralisé 1380-1395 Lyon, BM, 0742 (0648), f. 030 Diane chassent Callisto, Ovide moralisé 1380-1395 Lyon, BM, 0742 (0648), f. 030
Diane chassent Callisto, Ovide moralisé 1380-1395 Lyon, BM, 0742 (0648), f. 030
This talk will address the meaning and consequences of extramarital pregnancy for women in medieval France, married and unmarried, low and high status, nuns, wives, widows, prostitutes, wet nurses, and domestic servants.
Diane chassent Callisto, Ovide moralisé 1380-1395 Lyon, BM, 0742 (0648), f. 030 Diane chassent Callisto, Ovide moralisé 1380-1395 Lyon, BM, 0742 (0648), f. 030
Diane chassent Callisto, Ovide moralisé 1380-1395 Lyon, BM, 0742 (0648), f. 030

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