Engaging with the materiality of literary works through the prism of text/image relations, the volume makes fruitful connections between the literary and artistic spheres which are so often studied in isolation from each other.
Azélina Jaboulet-Vercherre’s book 'The Physician, the Drinker, and the Drunk - Wine’s Uses and Abuses in Late Medieval Natural Philosophy' has received the 2015 International Organisation of Vine and Wine Award in the category ‘Wine and Health’. This book is now available at the special discount price of € 68 excl. taxes (<=> € 80) until September 15th, 2015.
This collection of essays, the second in an integrated series of three and focused on the literacies of nuns in medieval Europe, brings together specialists working on diverse geographical areas to create a dialogue about the Latin and vernacular texts nuns read, wrote, and exchanged from the eighth to the mid-sixteenth centuries.