Publications

This page presents a selection of recent books. For more publications, please visit the personal pages of our staff.

prof. dr. Karl Kügle
2 August 2016
Kügle joins editorial board of Plainsong and Medieval Music, a leading international peer-reviewed journal dedicated to research in music of the Middle Ages.
14 July 2016
The volume on this enigmatic manuscript provides a unique window into early medieval Bavaria at a time of cultural flowering and political upheaval.
Religious Franks. Religion and power in the Frankish Kingdoms: Studies in honour of Mayke de Jong (2016)
30 May 2016
This volume in honour of Mayke De Jong offers twenty-five essays focused upon the importance of religion to Frankish politics.
Urkundenformeln im Kontext: Formen der Schriftkultur im Ostmitteleuropa des Mittelalters (13.–14. Jahrhundert) (2016)
22 April 2016
This new book, edited by Anna Adamska and Sébastien Rossignol, presents the results of a workshop on the ways of reading documentary formulae.
The Prose Brut and Other Late Medieval Chronicles
15 April 2016
This volume focuses on the histories of chronicles composed in England, with a focus on texts belonging to the Prose 'Brut' tradition.
9 February 2016
In 'Spiegelungen. Paradigmatisches Erzählen in Wolframs 'Parzival'', Julia Richter studies the narrative structure of Wolfram von Eschenbach's 'Parzival'.
Boek Christine de Pezan in Bruges
10 December 2015
This book focuses on the background of the commissioner, the codicological aspects and the unfinished illumination programme of the manuscript from 1475.
1 October 2015
The presentation and depiction of emotions in the Arthurian legend is the subject of this volume, edited by Frank Brandsma among others.
10 February 2015
This volume investigates the role played by the resources of the past in forming the identities of communities in Early Medieval Western Europe.
Coping with Crisis - Daniel R. Curtis (2014)
6 October 2014
Why were some settlements resilient and stable while other settlements were vulnerable to crisis, in the pre-industrial period?

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