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Thomas K. Heebøll-Holm, University of Copenhagen
In Ports, Piracy, and Maritime War Thomas K. Heebøll-Holm presents a study of maritime predation in English and French waters around the year 1300. Heebøll-Holm shows that piracy was often part of private wars between English, French, and Gascon ports and mariners, occupying a liminal space ...
Edited by William J. Courtenay and Eric D. Goddard
Edited by Richard W. Kaeuper University of Rochester, with the assistance of Paul Dingman and Peter Sposato.
How law and governance operated in Medieval England—and whether contemporaries saw justice in its operations—have long generated scholarly discussions. Thirteen scholars, established and younger figures, historians and literary analysts, offer their new views in this volume.
Edited by William J. Courtenay
This edition of texts resulting from supplications by the University of Paris for papal benefice support in the first half of the fourteenth century provides new biographical information on some 1600 Parisian masters, many of them previously undocumented.
David A. Lines
This study uses university commentaries on Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics as a window onto changing ideals and practices of education and of humanist Aristotelianism in Renaissance Italy, particularly in Florence, Padua, Bologna, and Rome (including the Collegio Romano).
Nancy G. Siraisi
This volume of collected essays deals with medicine in the university world of thirteenth to sixteenth century Italy, discussing both the internal academic milieu of teaching and learning and its relation to the surrounding culture of medieval and Renaissance Italian cities.
This comprehensive history of Franciscan education shows the dynamic development of the Franciscan school network between the early thirteenth and the late fifteenth century. The book pays special attention to library formation, intellectual currents, and the role of homiletics.
Edited by Katherine L. Jansen, G. Geltner and Anne E. Lester
Center and Periphery honors Willliam Chester Jordan on the occasion of his 65th birthday. The essays by his former doctoral students examine the complexity of negotiating power at the center and margins of society in medieval Europe and the Mediterranean.
Edited by William J. Courtenay and Jürgen Miethke. With the Assistance of David B. Priest
The 10 papers in this volume examine university and pre-university education in the 14th to 16th centuries in Germany, Italy, France, and England. Particular attention recruitment, financial support, studying abroad, social status, and careers of graduates.
Edited by: Laurence Wuidar
This book analyzes the relationships that exist between esotericism and music from Antiquity to the 20th century, investigating ways in which magic, astrology, alchemy, divination, and cabbala interact with music. Ce livre offre un panorama des relations entre l’ésotérisme et la musique de ...
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