Intersections of gender, religion and ethnicity in the Middle Ages

@inproceedings{Beattie2011IntersectionsOG,
  title={Intersections of gender, religion and ethnicity in the Middle Ages},
  author={Cordelia Beattie and Kirsten A. Fenton},
  year={2011}
}
List of Tables Acknowledgments List of Contributors Introduction: Gender, Power, and Difference C.Beattie 'In what way can those who have left the world be distinguished?': Masculinity and the Difference between Carolingian Men R.Stone Ruling Masculinities: From Adam to Apollonius of Tyre in Corpus 201b C.Braun Pasternack The Tears of Bishop Gundulf: Gender, Religion and Emotion in the Late Eleventh Century W.M.Aird Medieval Jewish/Christian Debate and the Question of Gender: Gilbert Crispin's… 
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