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Joseph F. Patrouch
This study seeks to examine a number of themes relating to the roles of the women's court of the central European Habsburgs. These include its role in helping consolidate their holdings in central Europe and the Holy Roman Empire and structure their relations with the rest of Europe.
Edited by Joseph Canning, Edmund King and Martial Staub
This collection of essays is based on a conference in honour of David Luscombe held at the University of Sheffield in September 2006 under the title "Knowledge, Discipline and Power in the Middle Ages."
Edited by Thomas M. Izbicki and Christopher M. Bellitto
This volume examines the theme of Reform in medieval and early modern thought from a variety of viewpoints. These articles will be useful for the study of intellectual history, ecclesiastical history, the history of spirituality and medieval Apocalypticism.
Edited by Ilana Zinguer and Heinz Schott
This volume provides important aspects of the history of paracelsism in Europe which were not yet studied and recognized.
Joseph F. Patrouch
This local study of the Counter-Reformation in rural Austria uses a variety of previously unexamined, archival sources to detail the politics and processes of social and religious changes and how they affected men and women in the decades around 1600.
Edited by Chhanda Gupta and D.P. Chattopadhyaya
Joseph F. O'Callaghan
In the Cantigas de Santa Maria, a collection of about four hundred poems written in Galician, Alfonso X, el Sabio, king of Castile-Leon, has left us a kind of poetic biography. This volume explicates the historical circumstances surrounding the stories that the king tells about himself and his ...
Edited by Paul E. Chevedden, Donald J. Kagay and Paul G. Padilla
This series of essays, dedicated to the work and career of Father Robert I. Burns, S.J., treats the complex relationship of Spain to the Western Mediterranean and Atlantic on the eve of Spain's ascent as a world power.
Edited by Steve Murdoch
This volume deals with the entanglement of Scotland in the Thirty Years War (1618-1648), discussing the diplomatic and military aspects of the conflict that were interwoven with the fate of the Scottish princess, Elizabeth of Bohemia, the famous Winter Queen.
Joseph S. Fruton, Yale University
This book is a brief history of the centuries-old fascination with the process of alcoholic fermentation, the debates about its nature, and its elucidation during the early twentieth century.
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