By Reinhold F. Glei,Wolfgang Polleichtner,Nina Tomaszewski
Volume 38 showcases a wide diversity of medieval scholarship, together with 5 unique articles that discover French, English, Italian, and Latin topics. the quantity additionally gains one overview article and 7 assessment notices that illustrate the volume’s interdisciplinary scope.
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Medievalia et Humanistica, No. 38: Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Culture: New Series (Medievalia et Humanistica Series) by Reinhold F. Glei,Wolfgang Polleichtner,Nina Tomaszewski