ROSALYNN VOADEN is the author of God's Words, Women's Voices: The Discernment of Spirits in the Writing of Medieval Women Visionaries, and of a number of articles on medieval women and religious writing. She is currently working on a monograph entitled Household Saints: Holiness and Domesticity in Late Medieval Europe, and is co-editing The Yale Guide to Holy Women in the Christian Tradition, 1200–1500 (forthcoming 2006). She teaches in the English Department at Arizona State University.
DIANE WOLFTHAL has authored The Beginnings of Netherlandish Canvas Painting (Cambridge UP, 1989), Images of Rape: The “Heroic” Tradition and its Alternatives (Cambridge UP, 1999), and Picturing Yiddish: Gender, Identity, and Memory in Illustrated Yiddish Books of Renaissance Italy (Brill, 2004). The editor of Peace and Negotiation: Strategies for Co-Existence in the Middle Ages and Renaissance (Brepols, 2002), she is currently writing a monograph on Hugo van der Goes as well as a book on images of non-sanctioned sexuality. She is Associate Professor of Art History at Arizona State University.