By J. Thibodeaux
Clerics within the heart a long time have been subjected to differing beliefs of masculinity, either from in the Church and from lay society. The historians during this quantity interrogate the which means of masculine identification for the medieval clergy, by way of contemplating quite a lot of assets, time classes and geographical contexts.
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Negotiating Clerical Identities: Priests, Monks and Masculinity in the Middle Ages (Genders and Sexuality in History) by J. Thibodeaux