Did Early Modern Women Have a Youth?

Elizabeth Cohen would love to hear from others who would like to
offer papers on girls and young women as yet unmarried to God or man — on their
activities, their letters and other expressions, their aspirations, their senses
of constraint or autonomy, their collaboration with other family members, female
and male, and whatever else you may have discovered.
She herself will propose a paper on the seduction of young women as
these culpable efforts turn up in the criminal courts of Rome.
Please respond at her personal
email with a paper title, 150-word abstract and a one-page CV: