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April 23, 2012

Dangerous Examples–Fighting & Sailing Women

Recorded by Dianne Dugaw

Dangerous Examples–Fighting & Sailing Women in Song (cdbaby.com/dugaw) is a recording of 10 traditional Anglo-American ballads popular from Elizabethan times to the modern era, that celebrate the Female Warrior heroine, a woman who dresses as a man and goes to war or to sea for love and for glory.

“Deep Play” John Gay and the Invention of Modernity

Author:  Dianne Dugaw

Dianne Dugaw’s “Deep Play” John Gay and the Invention of Modernity shows that Gay’s satiric preoccupations disclose the key intellectual, ethical, aesthetic, and sociopolitical underpinnings of the modern era.

February 2, 2012

Warrior Women and Popular Balladry, 1650-1850

Author:  Dianne Dugaw

Dianne Dugaw’s book Warrior Women and Popular Balladry, 1650-1850, published by The University of Chicago Press, 1989, surveys a wide range of Anglo-American texts and demonstrates how gender and sexuality are enacted as constructs of history.