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Poverty and prosperity in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance /

Other Authors: Kosso, Cynthia., Scott, Anne, 1958-
Format: Book
Published: [Turnhout, Belgium] : Brepols, c2012.
Series:Arizona studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance ; 19.
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Table of Contents:
  • Model rulers and royal misers : public morality among the Merovingian aristocracy /
  • Alicia McKenzie
  • Living on loss : poverty and wealth in Skaespeare's sonnets /
  • Roy Neil Graves
  • A sham, pretense, and hypocrisy? Poverty in The book of concord of 1580 /
  • Jayson S. Galler
  • Promiscuous monks and naughty nuns : poverty, sex, and apostasy in later medieval England /
  • Christian D. Knudsen
  • Approaching poverty in the medieval countryside /
  • Phillipp R. Schofield
  • From caritas to charity : how loving God became giving alms /
  • Eliza Buhrer
  • The bonds of charity : charitable and liturgical obligations in Bolognese testaments /
  • Matthew T. Sneider
  • Poverty and charity : Jews in the medieval Islamic world /
  • Mark R. Cohen
  • The voice of the poor and the tin ear of nineteenth-century English medievalism /
  • Charles W. Connell
  • Comparing spiritual and material goods : poverty and prosperity in The pilgrimage of the soul and Everyman /
  • Rosemarie McGerr
  • Innocent IV, John XXII, and the Michaelists on corporate poverty /
  • Jonathan Robinson
  • Traders, vagabonds, incarnate Christs, and pilgrims : the religious network of Danilo Filippov, 1650-1850 /
  • J. Eugene Clay
  • The poor, the secular courts, and access to justice in thirteenth-century France /
  • Ada-Maria Kuskowski
  • Rich or poor? Alfred's prose Boethius and the poetic economy of Anglo-Saxon exposition /
  • Tiffany Beechy
  • Wealth, Weber, and Whig historiography : reading George Herbert's "business" /
  • Ron Cooley
  • The economy of the turnip : contributions of the Rapularius to the medieval debate on greed /
  • Sally Livingston
  • Ferocious appetites : hunger, nakedness, and identity in sixteenth-century American encounters /
  • Heather Martel.