Religion and Culture in the Middle Ages
Religion and Culture in the Middle Ages explores the interface between medieval religion and culture by forefronting studies which engage with works that significantly contributed to the shaping of medieval culture, but also looks at works which have hitherto received scant attention by scholars of the medieval period. The series encourages an interdisciplinary approach and investigates the European Middle Ages from c.500 to c.1500, reflecting the diversity of this cultural period by exploring a broad range of themes such as theology, history,philosophy and literature.
Series Editors: Professor Diane Watt, University of Surrey, and Professor Denis Renevey, University of Lausanne.
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