Note: Most of these titles can be found through the library catalog at https://ulysses.calvin.edu/
A series of primary sources by and about early modern women:
Anthologies of primary sources by and about women:
Social and legal history (anthologies of legal and documentary sources):
Sources on women on trial:
Witch trials and Inquisition trials are some of the richest sources for early modern social history. Tempel Anneke, which you have, is one great source. The collections below feature multiple trial documents.
For anthologies of sources on the witch trials, see the list on Wiesner, p. 273.
Early modern arguments about women’s roles and women’s nature:
(Also see others listed in Wiesner, 49.)
Sources by women religious thinkers and reformers:
Other Protestant women: see primary sources listed in Wiesner, p. 249. Many of the anthologies of English women listed above also contain works by Protestant women.
Sources by women in (and around) court politics:
Learned women and proto-feminist authors (most of these women wrote multiple works):
Miscellaneous (other interesting memoirs on various female lifestyles):