Gendering the Middle Ages: A Gender and History Special Issue
January 2002, Wiley-Blackwell
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A collection in which a group of leading historians of medieval Europe apply a gendered analysis to a series of questions ranging from the transformation of the Roman world and the Christian challenge to late antique masculinity, through canon law and Byzantine coinage to the childhood of medieval visionaries.