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Gender in the early medieval world : East and West, 300-900
In this book the contributors explore the ideas and expressions of gender that characterised the centuries from c. 300 to 900 in milieux ranging from York to Baghdad, via Rome and Constantinople. Deploying a variety of disciplines and perspectives, they draw on the evidence of material culture as well as texts to demonstrate the range of gender identities that informed the social, political and imaginary worlds of these centuries.
Brubaker, Leslie / Smith, Julia M.H.
gender / etniciteit / kleding / mannelijkheid / seksualiteit / slavernij / polygamie / vorstenhuizen / religieuze praktijken / West-Europa / Midden-Oosten / middeleeuwen / bundel
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