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The first comparative historical analysis - local, national and transnational - of the cross-border Central African copperbelt; a key work in studies of labour, urbanisation and African studies.
First full-scale account of the use of the Arthurian legend in the long twelfth century.
At the end of the nineteenth century Augustus Hopkins Strong worked to bring modernists and traditional Christians together but found the task more difficult than many imagined.
First full comprehensive guide to one of the most important genres of music in the Middle Ages.
Brings musicology to the cutting edge of debates in the postmodern philosophy of history.
An essential exploration of and guide to research ethics in the field.
Offers a revisionist angle to the question of sacral kingship, showing the continued importance of liturgical ceremonial in the twelfth century and onward.
The first full-length examination of the medieval Charlemagne tradition in the literature and culture of medieval England, from the Chanson de Roland to Caxton.
Essays on the performance of drama from the Middle Ages, ranging from the well-known cycles of York to matter from Iran.
First modern text and English translation of an important Anglo-Saxon poem dealing with the liturgical year.
An exploration of the influence of gender on the workings of memory in the Middle Ages, focussing on the non-elite.
Examines the two largest Quaker communities in the early modern British Atlantic World, and scrutinizes the role of Quaker merchants and the business ethics they followed.
A study of the performance of queenship by two Tudor monarchs, showing the strategies they used to assert their power.
A full-scale survey of crusading lyrics in Old French and Occitan.