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Christine de Pizan

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NOSOTRAS LAS MUJERES, por Sonia Ruz. Episodio 11: Christine de Pizan

NOSOTRAS LAS MUJERES Biografías Femeninas

Fue la primera mujer en Europa que se ganó la vida con su escritura, y también la primera que defendió públicamente a su sexo de las continuas vejaciones que recibía. Así, Christine de Pizan es, además de una importantísima autora, una figura esencial en los antecedentes del feminismo moderno. NOTA: Las citas están extraídas de "La ciudad de las Damas", de C. de Pizan, Ed. Siruela, 1995. La imagen es de La Vanguardia.

13mins

27 Oct 2021

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Nikolaï Iejov - Christine de Pizan - Jack l'Eventreur

Histoire de passer le temps

Cette semaine dans Histoire de passer le temps, une émission qui suit tranquillement son chemin. Robert Barkan continue à nous parle des figures importante de l’histoire soviétique avec Nikolaï Iejov, le principal artisan de la grande terreur stalinienne. Puis, Sarah Laflamme-Tremblay revient pour nous présenter une grande figure du féminisme qui a vécu à  la fin du Moyen Age, Christine de Pizan. Et enfin, Marie-Pier Berthelet reprend temporairement sa casquette de chroniqueuse pour nous préparer pour l’Halloween avec Jack l’Eventreur. À l’animation cette semaine, notre cher Daniel Lemire, et à la régie Clément Broche accompagné d’une mite en pull-over.

15 Oct 2021

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The Life and Legacy of Christine de Pizan

Finding History

In this episode I discuss Christine de Pizan's life and the legacy she left behind. Christine was the first known paid woman writer of the high middle ages. Italian by birth but raised in the French court, Christine had access to Greek Classics and texts from famous Philosophers. Christine wrote about heroines and expressed the importance of gender equality. She was an advocate for the education of women and challenged misogynistic views of women in medieval literature. Because of this, Christine would be regarded as one of the earliest feminist icons. This episode also includes passages from her books. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

59mins

11 Oct 2021

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Programa 37 - Christine de Pizan. Música sufí. Entrevista a la escritora Laura Mas, autora de "La maestra de Sócrates"

El vuelo de la lechuza

Presentación de Carlos Javier González Serrano (director). Primero, en su sección Literamos, nuestra filóloga Cristina Arufe Moares nos hablará de “La ciudad de las damas”, un texto de Christine de Pizan, autora que rompió moldes en pleno siglo XIV. En su sección de arte y música, nuestra historiadora del arte, Nadia Smirnova, dedicará unos minutos a hablarnos sobre la música sufí. En la segunda parte del programa, nuestro politólogo de guardia, Adrián Hernández, y Carlos Javier González Serrano charlan y comentan sobre el final de la temporada del programa. Entrevista a Laura Mas, escritora y autora de la novela "La maestra de Sócrates" (Espasa).

59mins

10 Jul 2021

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Interview - Sarah Delale au sujet de Christine de Pizan

Qui a peur du féminisme ?

Sarah Delale, chercheuse en littérature française et spécialiste du Moyen Âge, vient de faire paraître un ouvrage tiré de sa thèse intitulé Diaman obscur. Interpréter les manuscrits de Christine de Pizan. Nous l'avons invitée pour parler de cette autrice du Moyen Âge, sans doute la plus connue aujourd'hui, de sa vie et de ses oeuvres, mais aussi de sa rencontre de chercheuse avec Christine et de son positionnement féministe en tant que chercheuse et qu'autrice elle-même. Un podcast enregistré par Elodie Pinel et Marie-Pierre Tachet ; invitée : Sarah Delale. 

51mins

5 Jun 2021

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Christine de Pizan - Épisode 3

Le Podcast des Chroniques du Passé

Venez découvrir notre personnage de la semaine, qui n'est d'autre que Christine de Pizan. Entre parcours difficiles, patriotisme et combat féministe, elle incarne la littérature du Moyen-Age. Venez nous rejoindre sur Instagram. 

10mins

24 May 2021

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Christine de Pizan's Workshop with Inès Villela-Petit

Les Enluminures

Who is Christine de Pizan? Most know of her as a prolific medieval author, or at least know that she found a seat at Judy Chicago’s table. But how did she work and procure materials? Who worked for her and with her? How did she select her illuminators? Did she deal directly with the Queen? Find out with author and art historian Inès Villela-Petit and our host Sandra Hindman as they discuss the discoveries produced by Villela-Petit’s monograph on Christine de Pizan’s workshop, L'atelier de Christine de Pizan. They uncover the material processes behind the scenes of Christinian creation, the social dynamics of the atelier and Christine’s relationship with the royal court. Through author's drafts, pigment and parchment, traces and marks on the page, and the "stories" told in Christinian painting Inès Villela-Petit places Christine de Pizan's workshop in its material context. Today Sandra Hindman and Inès Villela-Petit explore International Gothic society, discussing Villela-Petit’s realization of an “ideal” Christinian manuscript–– from the purchase of the raw materials through the delivery of the manuscript to the Queen. This conversation was recorded on Tuesday, April 14, 2021. 

36mins

15 Apr 2021

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T12E28. Llukalkan aliocranianus | Profesiones en geología | Christine de Pizan

GeoCastAway | GeoNáufragos

En este programa semanal: Fernanda nos habla sobre Llukalkan aliocranianus. Podéis profundizar más en su blog Paleonerdish. Mario y Germán nos cuentas sobre las profesiones en geología. El libro que nos traen es Viaje al Centro de la Tierra de Julio Verne. Y nos dejan las siguientes webs para consultar: La profesión de geólogo, 1º Edición (PDF) La profesión de geólogo, 2º Edición Fichas  sobre la profesión de la geología Finalmente África nos cuenta la vida Christine de Pizan, quien fue una filósofa, poeta humanista y escritora. Su obra más conocida es La ciudad de las damas (1454), considerada por algunas autoras como precursora del feminismo occidental y se sitúa en el inicio de la llamada querella de las mujeres, un debate literario surgido en torno a la situación de las mujeres y su defensa frente a la situación de subordinación que marcaba la época. Grupo de Telegram: t.me/geocastawaypodcast Web: http://geocastaway.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/geocastaway Facebook: http://facebook.com/geocastaway Youtube: http://youtube.com/geocastaway Correo: geocastaway@gmail.com Tienda: https://shop.spreadshirt.es/geocastaway/

19mins

6 Apr 2021

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Christine de Pizan: A poet for the ages (from the Middle Ages)

Clearly Underrated

In this mind expanding episode we speak with Suzanne Savoy an actress that has had a storied career and now performs a one woman show, Je Christine. Suzanne explains why Christine de Pizan was a famous poet in her time, how she was largely forgotten to history, and how she is now making a renaissance with writing that remains relevant today. Find Suzanne on Twitter and Instagram. Visit clearlyunderrated.com to tell me what you think is clearly underrated. Artwork and music credit goes to Tom Brinton. Clearly Underrated is hosted and produced by Chad Turner.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/clearlyunderrated/message

21mins

2 Dec 2020

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PT 2: Christine de Pizan, The Book of the City of Ladies

She Speaks Volumes

She Speaks Volumes:Created by: Daniella SorrentinoMarilynn Desmond is Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Binghamton University. She (co-authored with Pamela Sheingorn), Myth, Montage and Visuality in Late Medieval Manuscript Culture: Christine de Pizan's Epistre Othea. 2003, and is the author of "Christine de Pizan: gender, authorship and life-writing," in The Cambridge Companion to Medieval French Literature 2008, p. 123-135. I will post a bibliography for her on my website. Show notes will be updated to reflect this. Two translations of The Book of the City of Ladies were used to create this episode:The excerpt is from the Penguin 1999 edition, translated by Rosalind Brown-Granthttps://www.penguin.co.uk/books/352/35288/the-book-of-the-city-of-ladies/9780141907581.htmlMy notes, and the blog posts were based on the translation by Earl Jeffrey Richards published by Persea Books in 1998https://www.perseabooks.com/the-book-of-the-city-of-ladiesPLEASE: whenever possible support your local bricks and mortar bookstore - To comment email: hello@shespeaksvolumes.ca OR https://www.facebook.com/FeralCulturePodcastsVisit the website for more information on Christine de Pizan and the authors in the series.:www.shespeaksvolumes.ca 

29mins

6 Sep 2020

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