Papers in Mediaeval Studies

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Edited by
Slavica Ranković

Modes of Authorship in the Middle Ages

With Ingvil Brügger Budal, Aidan Conti, Leidulf Melve, and Else Mundal. PMS 22. 2012. viii, 428 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–822–4 • $90.00

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Edited by
Donat Wehner, Sébastien Rossignol, Sunhild Kleingärtner and Timothy P. Newfield

Landscapes and Societies in Medieval Europe East of the Elbe: Interactions between Environmental Settings and Cultural Transformations

Papers in Mediaeval Studies 23. 2013. xiv, 406 pp.
ISBN 978–0–88844–823–1 • Cloth • $95.00

This volume presents an interdisciplinary collection of studies on the lands “east of the Elbe,” a region without a Roman past, focusing on the connections between human populations and the natural world. A broad variety of approaches and methodologies drawn from the fields of archaeology, history, palaeobotany, and palaeozoology illuminate the history and development of these landscapes in the middle ages.

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Edited by
James R. Ginther, John Flood and Joseph W. Goering

Robert Grosseteste and His Intellectual Milieu. New Editions and Studies

Papers in Mediaeval Studies 24. 2013. xiv, 430 pp.
ISBN 978–0–88844–824–8 • Cloth • $90.00

Fourteen papers on the works and intellectual context of Robert Grosseteste, bishop, philosopher, and theologian, including new editions and English translations of Grosseteste's De luce, his Latin translation of John of Damascus, and his Sermon 86.

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Edited by
Jacqueline Borsje, Ann Dooley, Séamus Mac Mathúna, and Gregory Toner

Celtic Cosmology: Perspectives from Ireland and Scotland

Papers in Mediaeval Studies 26. 2014. viii, 316 pp.
ISBN 978–0–88844–826–2 • Cloth • $90.00

The essays in this collection, many originally presented at a 2008 colloquium on Celtic Cosmology and the Power of Words, aim to examine the worldviews held by the Celtic peoples, particularly the Gaelic (Irish and Scottish) perspectives; the main sources are inscriptions and texts in Celtic languages and in Celtic Latin.

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