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William Webbe's Wench: Henry VIII, History, and Popular Culture


William Webbe's Wench: Henry VIII, History, and Popular Culture

McSheffrey, Shannon (2015) William Webbe's Wench: Henry VIII, History, and Popular Culture. In: The Middle Ages on Television: Critical Essays. McFarland, Jefferson, North Carolina, pp. 53-77. ISBN 9780786479412

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Divisions:Concordia University > Faculty of Arts and Science > History
Item Type:Book Section
Authors:McSheffrey, Shannon
ID Code:980820
Deposited On:19 Jan 2016 17:55
Last Modified:18 Jan 2018 17:52
Additional Information:Here is the text of an email I received from the press confirming their embargo before they will permit open access to the chapter (please let me know if you would like this forwarded as an actual email): Dear Shannon, Thank you for your email explaining Concordia’s Open Access Policy. We are willing to allow you to post your chapter in Concordia’s repository after a two-year embargo. Since the publication date was April of this year, you would be allowed to post the chapter in April of 2017. You are welcome to post an abstract and the table of contents on Academia to garner interest in the book, but we do not want the entire chapter available online until after the book has had its chance on the market. Please don’t hesitate to ask should you have any further questions. Best, Layla Layla Milholen Assistant Editor lmilholen@mcfarlandpub.com peer_review@mcfarlandpub.com ---------------------------------------- McFarland Box 611 Jefferson NC 28640 [if using services other than US Mail, use 960 Hwy 88W] www.mcfarlandpub.com -----------------------------------------
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