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Sandy Bardsley. Women's Roles in the Middle Ages. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2007. 231pp.

Caroline M. Barron; Anne F. Sutton (editor). Medieval London Widows, 1300-1500. Continuum International Publishing Group. 1994. 271pp.

Lisa M. Bitel. Women in Early Medieval Europe, 400-1100. Cambridge University Press. 2002. 326pp.

Alcuin Blamires. The Case for Women in Medieval Culture. Oxford University Press. 1998. 288pp.

Robert R. Edwards; Vickie Ziegler (editor). Matrons and Marginal Women in Medieval Society. Boydell & Brewer. 1995. 127pp.

Mary Erler; Maryanne Kowaleski (editor). Women and Power in the Middle Ages. University of Georgia Press. 1988. 277pp.

Martha C. Howell. Women, Production, and Patriarchy in Late Medieval Cities. University of Chicago Press. 1988. 300pp.

Margaret Wade Labarge. A Small Sound of the Trumpet: Women in Medieval Life. Beacon Press. 1988. 288pp.

Linda E. Mitchell (editor). Women in Medieval Western European Culture. Taylor & Francis. 1999. 408pp.

John Carmi Parsons; Bonnie Wheeler (editor). Medieval Mothering. Taylor & Francis. 1999. 384pp.

John Carmi Parsons (editor). Medieval Queenship. Macmillan. 1997. 272pp.

Anna Roberts (editor). Violence Against Women in Medieval Texts. University Press of Florida. 1998. 254pp.

Margaret Schaus (editor). Women and Gender in Medieval Europe: An Encyclopedia. Taylor & Francis. 2006. 944pp.

Sue Sheridan Walker. Wife and Widow in Medieval England. University of Michigan Press. 1993. 221pp.

Diane Watt. Medieval Women in Their Communities. University of Toronto Press. 1997. 250pp.

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