Gender and the City before Modernity
Lin Foxhall, Gabriele Neher
John Wiley & Sons, Apr 17, 2012 - History - 272 pages
Gender and the City before Modernity presents a series of multi-disciplinary readings that explore issues relating to the role of gender in a variety of cities of the ancient, medieval, and early modern worlds.
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