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The ideal of chastity as pursued by women and men she saw as seeking to create a new ideal of gender equality. Jo Ann speaks eloquently about her debt to other women in the academy who helped her, in her essay 'The Networked Life', published within Women Medievalists and the Academy , edited by Jane Chance Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, While her first book, derived from her doctoral thesis, concerned a late thirteenth-century diplomat, Gilles Aycelin: servant of two masters Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press, , she subsequently turned to issues relating to women, gender, and power in early Christianity and in early medieval Europe with volumes such as A New Song: celibate women in the first three Christian centuries New York: Institute for Research in History, Haworth Press, , and, with John E.
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Her scholarly [End Page 8] activity, however, was only part of her identity. As those privileged to receive her Christmas letters can attest, Jo Ann McNamara remained a vivid observer and critic of contemporary politics, always insisting that scholarly research could never be completely separated from political engagement.
The friendship and support she gave to young scholars in Australia and New Zealand, as well as the Association as a whole, will be sorely missed.
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