13396.
Dooley (Ann) (ed.), Sheehan (Sarah) (ed.): Constructing gender in medieval Ireland / edited by Sarah Sheehan and Ann Dooley.
NMA. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. xii + 219 pp.
Rev. by
Erich Poppe, in ZCP 63 (2016), pp. 290-293.
13397.
Ní Dhonnchadha (Máirín): Travelers and settled folk: women, honor, and shame in medieval Ireland.
In Constructing gender in medieval Ireland (2013), pp. 17–38.
Investigates the rules governing the public presence of women, with particular attention to the case of women participating as members of a poet’s retinue.

13398.
Swift (Catherine): Sex in the civitas: early Irish intellectuals and their vision of women.
In Constructing gender in medieval Ireland (2013), pp. 39–56.
Discusses the role of women in early medieval Irish society as depicted by canon lawyers and authors of vernacular literature.

13399.
Findon (Joanne): Looking for “Mr. Right” in Tochmarc Becfhola.
In Constructing gender in medieval Ireland (2013), pp. 57–73.

13400.
Mulligan (Amy C.): Playing for power: Macha Mongrúad’s sovereign performance.
In Constructing gender in medieval Ireland (2013), pp. 75–93.
ad Tochmarc Emire §30 (as ed. by A. G. van Hamel, Compert Con Culainn, 1933).

13401.
Sheehan (Sarah): Feasts for the eyes: visuality and desire in the Ulster Cycle.
In Constructing gender in medieval Ireland (2013), pp. 95–114.

13402.
Bishop (Judith L.): They kept their skirts on: gender-bending motifs in early Irish hagiography.
In Constructing gender in medieval Ireland (2013), pp. 115–132.

13403.
Reid (Jennifer Karyn): Human frontiers in medieval Irish religious literature.
In Constructing gender in medieval Ireland (2013), pp. 133–152.
Explores ideas of gender present in medieval Irish religious literature in connection with the received notion of a genderless Christian eschatological body.

13404.
Gos (Giselle): Women, gender, and sexuality in late medieval Irish rómánsaíochtai [sic].
In Constructing gender in medieval Ireland (2013), pp. 153–170.

13405.
Dooley (Ann): Speaking with forked tongues: gender and narrative in the Acallam.
In Constructing gender in medieval Ireland (2013), pp. 171–190.