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Catalogue New & Forthcoming Titles - Spring 2021 23/02/2021

The 2021 Spring issue of our Catalogue New & Forthcoming Titles is now available. It features newly published and forthcoming titles in the field of Medieval, Renaissance & Early Modern Studies, Archaeology, Manuscript Studies & Book History, Languages & Literature, Art & Music History, Classics, Corpus Christianorum, Religious Studies, Theology & Monasticism, Philosophy and History of Science.
For your convenience, we have included a list of titles published or scheduled between January 1st and June 30th 2021 at the end of this catalogue that were advertised in previous Forthcoming Titles Catalogues.

Scope of this catalogue
January 1st - June 30th 2021 (unless otherwise stated)

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This catalogue includes live links to our website where you can find more information on each title. Just click the book of your choice and you will be redirected to the corresponding webpage. Available titles can be ordered directly online, using the Brepols webshop.

BrepolsOnline Books 11/01/2021

The platform BrepolsOnline Books contains almost 1,900 eBooks covering all research areas of the humanities. The eBooks are available for purchase in a variety of collections to serve your specific needs and budgets. The collections feature content published in monographs as well as miscellany volumes, written in all major European languages, with a clear predominance of English and French.

Available Collections: Complete Collection - Medieval Collection - Miscellanea Collection - Medieval Miscellanea Collection

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Benefit from a special 35% discount on the entire Backlist Collection (2015-2018). Offer valid until 31 December 2021. Contact us for a price quotation: info@brepols.net.

'Pleasure and Politics at the Court of France' wins the 2020 ICMA Annual Book Prize 17/02/2021

The Harvey Miller publication 'Pleasure and Politics at the Court of France. The Artistic Patronage of Queen Marie of Brabant (1260-1321)' by Tracy Chapman Hamilton has been awarded with the 2020 Annual Book Prize of the International Center of Medieval Art (ICMA).

"Tracy Chapman Hamilton presents an intellectually rich recuperation of an understudied Gothic patron, refined aesthete, and politically savvy survivor in thirteenth- and fourteenth-century Paris. In this exquisite, impeccably researched and abundantly illustrated cultural history, the author examines ways in which a medieval queen asserted political influence through systematic patronage.(...) the book doubles as a historiographic journey of both medieval and modern struggle and renewal, supplying an exemplary model of herstory for others to follow."
The ICMA Book Prize Committee

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Tabula Gratulatoria: City and State in the Medieval Low Countries. Collected Studies by Marc Boone 05/02/2021

The oeuvre of Marc Boone (Ghent, 1955) has become standard reading for specialists of medieval European towns and cities, as well as for those interested in the history of state building - most notably that of the Burgundian polity. Over the course of his rich career, he served as president of the European Association of Urban History, general editor of Studies in European Urban History, and as dean of the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy of Ghent University. Upon the occasion of his retirement in 2021, his former students have compiled this collection of some of his best historical essays, half of which have been translated from French and Dutch into English.

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Subscribers to the tabula receive a special price and free shipping. Deadline: 15 July 2021

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