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Andrew L. Thomas
This book examines the intersection between religious belief, dynastic ambitions, and late Renaissance court culture within the main branches of Germany's most storied ruling house, the Wittelsbach dynasty. Their influence touched many shores from the "coast" of Bohemia to Boston.
Edited by Ralph Piedmont and Andrew Village
This volume includes a section on spirituality and hope that brings together theoreticists and practitioners who present original research on this important topic. Alongside this section are papers presenting studies on civic participation, suffering with God and spirituality.
Edited by Andrew J. Turner, James H. Kim On Chong-Gossard and Frederik Juliaan Vervaet
This book examines despotism and deceit in the Graeco-Roman world from historical and literary perspectives, over a range of historical periods including classical Athens, the Hellenistic kingdoms, late republican and early imperial Rome, late antiquity, and Byzantium.
Edited by Stefan Jurasinski, Lisi Oliver and Andrew Rabin
This volume marks the centenary of Liebermann’s Die Gesetze der Angelsachsen (1903-1916) by bringing together essays by scholars specializing in medieval legal culture. The essays address not only Liebermann’s legacy, but also major issues in the study of early law.
Edited by Jan Lucassen, International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, and Free University of Amsterdam Leo Lucassen, Leiden University, and Patrick Manning, University of Pittsburgh
Migration plays a crucial role in the development of human societies. This book offers an overview of the state of the art in disciplines that study the ‘deep past’ and shows how historians and social scientists can profit from their insights.
By Andrew Robinson
Drawing on the philosophy of C. S. Peirce, Robinson develops a ‘semiotic model’ of the Trinity and proposes a new theology of nature according to which the evolving cosmos may be understood as bearing ‘vestiges of the Trinity in creation’.
Edited by Andrew Pettegree and Malcolm Walsby
Netherlandish Books offers a unique overview of what was printed during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries in the Low Countries. This bibliography lists descriptions of over 32,000 editions together with an introduction and indexes.
Edited by Alexander Lee, University of Luxembourg & the University of Warwick, Pit Péporté, University of Luxembourg, and Harry Schnitker, Maryvale Institute, Birmingham
Building on recent revisionist trends, this book offers a refreshing new perspective on the Renaissance and presents an invaluable examination of continuities and discontinuities from Petrarch to Machiavelli, from Giotto to Dürer, and from Italy to Burgundy, Bohemia and beyond.
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