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Female Theology and Exegesis: Suzanne Habert's Study Library (Paris, 1631)

Théologie et exégèse au féminin : la bibliothèque d’étude de Suzanne Habert (Paris, 1631)

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Although some learned lay people might have owned theological and doctrinal books in sixteenth-century France, women's access to such scholarly knowledge was the exception. Notarial acts signed by S. Habert (1559-1633) reveal that women had access to the Greek Bible and treatises of an exegetic, neo-scholastic, and controversial nature. We shed light on the local context in which women had some religious authority, and the male judgements about the fact that a woman could have the knowledge of a director or a preacher during the post-Tridentine period.
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Audrey Duru. Théologie et exégèse au féminin : la bibliothèque d’étude de Suzanne Habert (Paris, 1631). Dix-septième siècle, 2022, 296, pp.513-531. ⟨10.3917/dss.223.0513⟩. ⟨hal-03724184⟩

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