Social Identity in Early Medieval Britain
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Social Identity in Early Medieval Britain

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Social identity is a concept od increasing importance in the social sciences. Here, the concept is applied to the often atheoretical realm of medieval studies. Each contributor focuses on a particular topic of early medieval identity - ethnicity, national identity, social location, subjectivity/personhood, political organization, kiship, the body, gender, age, proximity/re...more
Hardcover, 288 pages
Published September 13th 2000 by Continuum
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