Flirting with power: Gender and politics in twenty-first-century representations of Anne Boleyn as Queen Consort

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Saxton, Laura. (2012). Flirting with power: Gender and politics in twenty-first-century representations of Anne Boleyn as Queen Consort. In M K Harmes, L Henderson and B Harmes (Ed.). The British World: Religion, Memory, Society, Culture. Refereed Proceedings of the Conference hosted by the University of Southern Queensland. Australia: CS Digital Print. pp. 63 - 74
AuthorsSaxton, Laura
Year2012
PublisherCS Digital Print
Page range63 - 74
Research GroupSchool of Arts
Place of publicationAustralia
EditorsM K Harmes, L Henderson and B Harmes
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Flirting with power: Gender and politics in twenty-first-century representations of Anne Boleyn as Queen Consort
Saxton, Laura. (2012). Flirting with power: Gender and politics in twenty-first-century representations of Anne Boleyn as Queen Consort. In M K Harmes, L Henderson and B Harmes (Ed.). The British World: Religion, Memory, Society, Culture. Refereed Proceedings of the Conference hosted by the University of Southern Queensland. Australia: CS Digital Print. pp. 63 - 74