The Mothering Body: Women, Motherhood, and the Body in Late Anglo-Saxon England

“The Mothering Body: Women, Motherhood and the Body in Late Anglo-Saxon England.” in More Fuss About the Body: New Medievalists’ Perspectives. Edited by Leah Pope Parker and Stephanie Grace-Petinos. [Forthcoming, 2020]. The body in Late Anglo-Saxon England is alternatively hidden and revealed, and none more so than the body of the mother. Texts ranging from Beowulf … Continue reading The Mothering Body: Women, Motherhood, and the Body in Late Anglo-Saxon England