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Title: W omen and g ender In m edieval e urope
Authors: Schaus, Margaret
Keywords: e n c y c l o p e d i a
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Routledge
Description: Women and Gender in Medieval Europe: An Encyclopedia reflects the dramatic growth that has taken place in the study of medieval women and gender since the 1970s. Beginning then with essay collections and a handful of pathbreaking journal articles, current research now yields a full scholarly palette ranging from monographs, editions of texts, and research articles to anthologies and introductions. This growth in scholarship has been matched by an increase in student interest and course offerings. Because much of the research in medieval women’s and gender studies is published in journals and specialized volumes, it is time-consuming to access. Women and Gender in Medieval Europe serves as a much needed guide, making innovative scholarship available to a wider audience by explicating topics, providing interpretation, and selecting authoritative sources that will lead readers into the literature and research.
ISBN: 978‐0‐415‐96944‐4
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