Did Medieval Canon Law Invent Our Modern Notion of Rape? Revisiting the Idea of Consent and the Individual Will before and after 1200

Kümper H (2012)
In: Law and Marriage in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period. Kirsi S, Per A, Helle V, Helle MS (Eds); Proceedings of the Carlsberg Academy Conferences on Medieval Legal History, 8. Kopenhagen: 127-138.

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Kümper H. Did Medieval Canon Law Invent Our Modern Notion of Rape? Revisiting the Idea of Consent and the Individual Will before and after 1200. In: Kirsi S, Per A, Helle V, Helle MS, eds. Law and Marriage in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period. Proceedings of the Carlsberg Academy Conferences on Medieval Legal History. Vol 8. Kopenhagen; 2012: 127-138.
Kümper, H. (2012). Did Medieval Canon Law Invent Our Modern Notion of Rape? Revisiting the Idea of Consent and the Individual Will before and after 1200. In S. Kirsi, A. Per, V. Helle, & M. S. Helle (Eds.), Proceedings of the Carlsberg Academy Conferences on Medieval Legal History: Vol. 8. Law and Marriage in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period (pp. 127-138). Kopenhagen.
Kümper, H. (2012). “Did Medieval Canon Law Invent Our Modern Notion of Rape? Revisiting the Idea of Consent and the Individual Will before and after 1200” in Law and Marriage in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period, ed. S. Kirsi, A. Per, V. Helle, and M. S. Helle Proceedings of the Carlsberg Academy Conferences on Medieval Legal History, vol. 8, (Kopenhagen), 127-138.
Kümper, H., 2012. Did Medieval Canon Law Invent Our Modern Notion of Rape? Revisiting the Idea of Consent and the Individual Will before and after 1200. In S. Kirsi, et al., eds. Law and Marriage in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period. Proceedings of the Carlsberg Academy Conferences on Medieval Legal History. no.8 Kopenhagen, pp. 127-138.
H. Kümper, “Did Medieval Canon Law Invent Our Modern Notion of Rape? Revisiting the Idea of Consent and the Individual Will before and after 1200”, Law and Marriage in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period, S. Kirsi, et al., eds., Proceedings of the Carlsberg Academy Conferences on Medieval Legal History, vol. 8, Kopenhagen: 2012, pp.127-138.
Kümper, H.: Did Medieval Canon Law Invent Our Modern Notion of Rape? Revisiting the Idea of Consent and the Individual Will before and after 1200. In: Kirsi, S., Per, A., Helle, V., and Helle, M.S. (eds.) Law and Marriage in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period. Proceedings of the Carlsberg Academy Conferences on Medieval Legal History. 8, p. 127-138. Kopenhagen (2012).
Kümper, Hiram. “Did Medieval Canon Law Invent Our Modern Notion of Rape? Revisiting the Idea of Consent and the Individual Will before and after 1200”. Law and Marriage in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period. Ed. Salonen Kirsi, Andersen Per, Vogt Helle, and Møller Sigh Helle. Kopenhagen, 2012.Vol. 8. Proceedings of the Carlsberg Academy Conferences on Medieval Legal History. 127-138.
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