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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.
Le vêtement au Moyen Âge. De l'atelier à la garde-robe
D. Alexandre-Bidon, N. Gauffre Fayolle, P. Mane, M. Wilmart (éd.)

Cet ouvrage s’articule autour de l’économie du vêtement et de la culture vestimentaire médiévales.

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Narrating Power and Authority in Late Antique and Medieval Hagiography across East and West
Ghazzal Dabiri (ed.)

First volume in the new book series Fabulae. Narrative in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages

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The Value of Making
H. Hochscheid & N. Russell (eds.)

This volume brings together contributions by scholars interested in making and the role of the maker to discuss what new anthropological and sociological approaches might add to our understanding of ancient craft production and its value to the makers and their societies.

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The Religious Architecture of Islam
Edited by Hasan-Uddin Khan and Kathryn Blair Moore

The Religious Architecture of Islam is a wide-ranging multi-author study of the architectural traditions associated with the religion of Islam across the globe.

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The Medieval Dominicans
E. Giraud & C. Leitmeir (eds.)

This international and interdisciplinary collection discusses a wide range of aspects relating to the material and devotional culture of the Dominican Order across medieval Europe.

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Bayuda and its Neighbours
A. Obłuski, H. Paner, M. Masojć (eds)

First volume in the new book series Nubia. Studies in the Archaeology and History of Northeast Africa

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'Otherness' in the Middle Ages
Hans-Werner Goetz, Ian Wood (eds)

Conference Papers of the 2017 International Medieval Congress (Leeds, UK)

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Through the Bone and Marrow. Re-examining Theological Encounters with Dance in Medieval Europe
Laura Hellsten

Awarded with the 2021 Nordic Research Prize of the Donner Institute for Research in Religion and Culture in Turku, Finland.

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Memory and Recollection in the Aristotelian Tradition. Essays on the Reception of Aristotle’s De memoria et reminiscentia
V. Decaix, C. Thomsen Thörnqvist (eds)

Aristotle’s 'De memoria et reminiscentia' (“On Memory and Recollection”) is the oldest surviving systematic study of the nature of human memory.

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Disrupting Schools: Transnational Art Education in the 19th Century
France Nerlich et Eleonora Vratskidou (eds.)

The aim of this publication is to shed light on the motivations and impact of transnational art education on artists’ careers, on the actors and educational institutions involved.

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QUAESTIO 21 (2021, publication 2022)
Xavier Zubiri and Contemporary Metaphysics

This thematic issue is dedicated to the Spanish philosopher Xavier Zubiri.

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Richesse, terre et valeur dans l'occident médiéval. Economie politique et économie chrétienne
Laurent Feller

Sans renoncer à un certain nombre d’interrogations de l’économie politique, l’ouvrage de Laurent Feller intègre les méthodes et les résultats des sciences sociales afin de parvenir à une description du réel qui rend compte de l’action des hommes sur les choses et de ce que font les agents, dans la société chrétienne du Moyen Âge, lorsqu’ils produisent, échangent et consomment.

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Scottish Portraiture 1644-1714. David and John Scougall and Their Contemporaries
Carla van de Puttelaar

This book is the first comprehensive publication on Scottish portraiture from the period 1644 to 1714, with an emphasis on the painters David Scougall (1625-1685), and his son John Scougall (1657-1737).

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Scribes and the Presentation of Texts (from Antiquity to c. 1550)
B.A. Shailor & C. Dutschke (eds.)

What roles did scribes play in Antiquity, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance?

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Mobilités du lignage anglo-normand de Briouze (mi-XIe siècle – 1326)
A. Rigollet

La capacité d’adaptation – ou l’inadaptation – du lignage de Briouze aux différentes formes de mobilités, question centrale de cet ouvrage, transparaît dans leur aptitude à affronter et surmonter les situations de crise.

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