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For an overview of publications scheduled to be released within the next three months, please refer to our forthcoming titles page. An overview of recently published titles is available on our recent titles page. Listings over a longer period or more specific requests are available through our online catalogue. You can also browse through our publications by series or navigate through our series by subject.
Renovatio, inventio, absentia imperii. From the Roman Empire to contemporary imperialism
W. Bracke, J. Nelis, J. De Maeyer (eds)

This book touches as much on the nature of the Roman Empire as it does on its historical legacy and, more importantly so, on who claims the latter inheritance throughout the most diverse epochs. By discussing some highly contrasting views upon this topic, contributions explore issues that are of fundamental importance to the writing, not only of cultural history, but also of history itself.

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Late Gothic Architecture. Its Evolution, Extinction, and Reception
Robert Bork

In this book, Robert Bork offers a sweeping reassessment of late Gothic architecture and its fate in the Renaissance.

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The Power of Textiles
K. Wilson

The power of textiles in the Burgundian Dominions, spinning webs between city and court c. 1363-1477.

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Origines du christianisme. Recherche et enseignement à la Section des sciences religieuses de l’École pratique des Hautes études, 1991-2017
S. C. Mimouni

Sont reproduits dans ce volume en intégralité les comptes rendus des séminaires de Simon Claude Mimouni publiés régulièrement de 1992 à 2018 dans l’Annuaire de l’École pratique des Hautes études, Section des sciences religieuses.

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Female Authorship, Patronage, and Translation in Late Medieval France. From Christine de Pizan to Louise Labé
A. P. Renck

This new study sheds important light on the development of female authorship in the sixteenth century, through a close analysis of the female patronage and manuscript production leading up to the Renaissance in late medieval France.

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Correspondance de Marie de Hongrie avec Charles Quint et Nicolas de Granvelle. Tome 2: 1533
L. Gorter-Van Royen, J.-P. Hoyois (éd.)

Cette édition de la correspondance entre Marie de Hongrie, Charles Quint et Nicolas Perrenot de Granvelle pour 1533 (près de 200 textes) est principalement marquée par les instructions de Marie du mois de février et les réponses fournies par Charles en avril. Ces documents ont soulevé de nombreuses questions. En plus, d’autres documents, parfois non datés, sont apparus comme directement liés à ces instructions. Leur provenance fut difficile à démasquer. Grâce à un travail patient et minutieux, une comparaison des écritures a pu apporter plusieurs réponses aux éditeurs comme par exemple, l’attribution des différents documents aux chancelleries respectives de Charles et Marie.

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Siena and the Angevins, 1300-1350. Art, Diplomacy, and Dynastic Ambition
D. Norman

Based on extensive new research, this book explores the distinctive political and diplomatic relationship between the late medieval city of Siena and the Angevin royal family of Naples and the ways in which this relationship impacted upon the production and dissemination of Sienese art during the first half of the fourteenth century.

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Les Royaumes de Bourgogne jusqu'en 1032 à travers la culture et la religion
A. Wagner, N. Brocard (éd.)
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Charlemagne : les temps, les espaces, les hommes
R. Grosse, M. Sot (éd.)

Le règne de Charlemagne reconsidéré.

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Collecting, Organizing and Transmitting Knowledge. Miscellanies in Late Medieval Europe
S. Corbellini, G. Murano, G. Signore (eds.)

The present volume pinpoints the societal and cultural importance of fourteenth- and fifteenth-century miscellanies as well as their role in the understanding of textual creation, transformation and complexity, in both late medieval and early modern societies.

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Le voyage architectural en France (XVe-XVIIe siècles)
F. Lemerle

Réception de l’architecture antique, médiévale et moderne à travers les témoignages laissés par les voyageurs français et étrangers.

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Un inquisiteur non sanguinaire : les vies inédites de saint Pierre Martyr en français médiéval (anonymous authors)
P. Tylus

Le présent livre contient neuf versions de la légende de saint Pierre Martyr, dit aussi « de Vérone », rédigées en français ancien (XIIIe-XVe siècles), qui sont toutes anonymes et n’ont jamais été éditées.

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Encounters: The Art of Interfaith Dialogue
A. Rosen (ed.), N. Green (Art & Concept)

The 21st century is a new era for interfaith dialogue. Readers are invited to witness the meetings of faith leaders from across the globe through the eyes of acclaimed artist Nicola Green, accompanied by challenging reflections from leading scholars.

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En 500 après Martin Luther. Réception et conflits d’interprétation (1517-2017)
S.-M. Morgain (éd.)

Publication issue d'un colloque réalisé en octobre 2017 par l'institut catholique de Toulouse à l’occasion du 5e centenaire de la Réforme protestante.

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Spazio pubblico e spazio privato. Tra storia e archeologia (secoli VI-XI)
G. Bianchi, T. Lazzari, M. C. La Rocca (eds.)

The contributions to the present volume tackle the issue of material and symbolic spaces in the public and private sphere during the Late Antiquity and Early Middle Ages through specific studies focused on written and material sources.

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Mythical Ancestry in World Cultures, 1400-1800
S. Trevisan (ed.)

A collection of essays exploring why and how world cultures and dynasties traced their own descent to the mists of mythical ancestry.

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