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Universal Wisdom in Medieval Fable Literature

Universal Wisdom in Medieval Fable Literature

We thank Albrecht Classen for his extremely interesting and thought-provoking discussion on fables and how these have enjoyed universal popularity. Professor Classen’s most recent publication Charlemagne in Medieval German and… READ MORE

Financing Cotton

Financing Cotton

Industrial growth, dominance and eventual decay is a familiar pattern in most countries. But what happens to the finances – the profit and loss – behind these industries? How were… READ MORE

International Women’s Day 2021

International Women’s Day 2021

Today we celebrate International Women’s Day 2021 with some recent publications from Boydell & Brewer. Enjoy a fascinating account of the life of one of the most famous women of… READ MORE

Books to Look out for in March 2021

Books to Look out for in March 2021

When it comes to finding new books to dig your teeth into, there’s plenty to get excited about this March. Whether you’re interested in the history of the Black Death… READ MORE

Learned Lives in England, 1900-1950

Learned Lives in England, 1900-1950

William Lubenow’s latest book (his third for Boydell) explores the tangled relationships between knowledge and politics during the first fifty years of the twentieth century. His fascinating study covers universities… READ MORE

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