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By Carol Lansing,Edward D. English

Drawing at the services of 26 exclusive students, this significant quantity covers the foremost concerns within the examine of medieval Europe, highlighting the numerous impression the period of time had on cultural varieties and associations crucial to ecu id.

  • Examines altering ways to the research of medieval Europe, its periodization, and valuable themes
  • Includes insurance of vital questions comparable to identification and the self, sexuality and gender, emotionality and ethnicity, in addition to extra conventional issues corresponding to fiscal and demographic growth; kingship; and the increase of the West
  • Explores Europe’s realizing of the broader global to put the research of the medieval society in an international context

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