Veil, Hat or Hair? : Reflections on an Asymmetrical Relationship

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The Medieval History Journal. 2005, 8(1), pp. 25-47. ISSN 0971-9458. eISSN 0973-0753. Available under: doi: 10.1177/097194580400800103
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The letters of the apostle Paul to the Corinthian community were a keystone in the edifice of Christian thought during the Middle Ages, as far as evaluating the positions of men and women went. Particularly decisive in this regard was the section of the letters in which Paul explained why women were expected to wear the veil in church while men had to keep their heads uncovered. The history of the reception of this section of the Corinthian letters has till now not been traced. This history was an asymmetrical one: it hinged mainly on the references to women, occasionally on those to members of the clergy, but rarely did men of the laity figure in the discussion.

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ISO 690SIGNORI, Gabriela, 2005. Veil, Hat or Hair? : Reflections on an Asymmetrical Relationship. In: The Medieval History Journal. 2005, 8(1), pp. 25-47. ISSN 0971-9458. eISSN 0973-0753. Available under: doi: 10.1177/097194580400800103
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  year={2005},
  doi={10.1177/097194580400800103},
  title={Veil, Hat or Hair? : Reflections on an Asymmetrical Relationship},
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  volume={8},
  issn={0971-9458},
  journal={The Medieval History Journal},
  pages={25--47},
  author={Signori, Gabriela}
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