Rewriting the Scottish Canon: the Contribution of Women’s and Gender History to a Redefinition of Social Classes

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Barclay, Katie and Carr, R. 2014. Rewriting the Scottish Canon: the Contribution of Women’s and Gender History to a Redefinition of Social Classes. Études écossaises. 16, pp. 11-28.
AuthorsBarclay, Katie and Carr, R.
JournalÉtudes écossaises
Journal citation16, pp. 11-28
ISSN1969-6337
Year2014
PublisherEllug / Éditions littéraires et linguistiques de l’université de Grenoble
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Online15 Apr 2014
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Deposited11 Aug 2017
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