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Anne Margrethe Bredal (1655-1729), was a Danish scholar and feminist writer. She was the daughter of the vicar Jens Pedersen Bredal and Marie Holgersdatter. She married Niels Sørensen (d. ca. 1694) in 1677 and principal Erik Bredal (d 1735) in 1697. She was active as a governess in 1675-1677. During her first arranged marriage, she was forced to spend all her time to the household and family economy because of the health of her spouse. She spoke in favor of education for women and claimed that all women would be able to raise above their present intellect if they were but given education, and presented Anna Maria van Schurman and Birgitte Thott as role models.

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  • Anne Margrethe Bredal (1655-1729), was a Danish scholar and feminist writer. She was the daughter of the vicar Jens Pedersen Bredal and Marie Holgersdatter. She married Niels Sørensen (d. ca. 1694) in 1677 and principal Erik Bredal (d 1735) in 1697. She was active as a governess in 1675-1677. During her first arranged marriage, she was forced to spend all her time to the household and family economy because of the health of her spouse. She spoke in favor of education for women and claimed that all women would be able to raise above their present intellect if they were but given education, and presented Anna Maria van Schurman and Birgitte Thott as role models. Bredal was mentioned in contemporary dictionaries of female scholars by among others and . She wrote an autobiography in 1703. (en)
  • Anne Margrethe Bredal, född 1655, död 1729, dansk lärd, guvernant och författare. Dotter till prästen Jens Pedersen Bredal och (d. 1681) och Marie Holgersdatter. Gift 1677 med förpaktaren Niels Sørensen (d. ca. 1694) och 1697 med rektor Erik Bredal (död 1735). Hon författade en självbiografi 1703. Hon fick en god utbildning av sin far, och brev på latin av henne till en Anna Mauriti från 1671-72 är bevarade. Hon framhävde utbildning för kvinnor; “Med dette tospand kan man, oh du mest dannede blandt jomfruer, nå op til stjernerne,” och framhöll Anna Maria van Schurman och Birgitte Thott som förebilder. Hon anställdes 1675 av Birgitte Gøye som guvernant på på Fyn (nuvarande ). År 1675 avvisade hon per brev den hyllning av hennes lärdom hon fått av Erik Pontoppidan på latin med jämförelser till den grekiska mytologin. Hon blev 1677 bortgift och fick sedan sköta åtta barn samt skötseln av gård och ekonomi då maken var sjuklig. Bredal omnämndes i flera verk om "lärda kvinnor" i sin samtid, av bl.a. Albert Thura och . (sv)
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  • Anne Margrethe Bredal (1655-1729), was a Danish scholar and feminist writer. She was the daughter of the vicar Jens Pedersen Bredal and Marie Holgersdatter. She married Niels Sørensen (d. ca. 1694) in 1677 and principal Erik Bredal (d 1735) in 1697. She was active as a governess in 1675-1677. During her first arranged marriage, she was forced to spend all her time to the household and family economy because of the health of her spouse. She spoke in favor of education for women and claimed that all women would be able to raise above their present intellect if they were but given education, and presented Anna Maria van Schurman and Birgitte Thott as role models. (en)
  • Anne Margrethe Bredal, född 1655, död 1729, dansk lärd, guvernant och författare. Dotter till prästen Jens Pedersen Bredal och (d. 1681) och Marie Holgersdatter. Gift 1677 med förpaktaren Niels Sørensen (d. ca. 1694) och 1697 med rektor Erik Bredal (död 1735). Bredal omnämndes i flera verk om "lärda kvinnor" i sin samtid, av bl.a. Albert Thura och . (sv)
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  • Anne Margrethe Bredal (en)
  • Anne Margrethe Bredal (sv)
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