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(En)gendering the Middle Ages: Representations of Literate medieval women in Victorian literature and art.

Marysa Demoor UGent (2002) Proceedings of the Conference 'Mujeres y escitura: voces y representaciones', Cyber humanitates, nr 19, Invierno 2001.
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Proceedings of the Conference 'Mujeres y escitura: voces y representaciones', Cyber humanitates, nr 19, Invierno 2001
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  author       = {Demoor, Marysa},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings of the Conference 'Mujeres y escitura: voces y representaciones', Cyber humanitates, nr 19, Invierno 2001},
  language     = {eng},
  title        = {(En)gendering the Middle Ages: Representations of Literate medieval women in Victorian literature and art.},
  year         = {2002},
}

Chicago
Demoor, Marysa. 2002. “(En)gendering the Middle Ages: Representations of Literate Medieval Women in Victorian Literature and Art.” In Proceedings of the Conference “Mujeres y Escitura: Voces y Representaciones”, Cyber Humanitates, Nr 19, Invierno 2001.
APA
Demoor, M. (2002). (En)gendering the Middle Ages: Representations of Literate medieval women in Victorian literature and art. Proceedings of the Conference “Mujeres y escitura: voces y representaciones”, Cyber humanitates, nr 19, Invierno 2001.
Vancouver
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Demoor M. (En)gendering the Middle Ages: Representations of Literate medieval women in Victorian literature and art. Proceedings of the Conference “Mujeres y escitura: voces y representaciones”, Cyber humanitates, nr 19, Invierno 2001. 2002.
MLA
Demoor, Marysa. “(En)gendering the Middle Ages: Representations of Literate Medieval Women in Victorian Literature and Art.” Proceedings of the Conference “Mujeres y Escitura: Voces y Representaciones”, Cyber Humanitates, Nr 19, Invierno 2001. 2002. Print.