W&L Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program
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The Kingdom, the Power and the Glory: The Albigensian Crusade and the Subjugation of the Languedoc (thesis) The conditions, which range from the predictable (stop sheltering and employing those identified by clerics as Jews and heretics) to the seemingly arbitrary (no new taxes or tolls on roads) to the bizarre (no eating more ...
"Distributism and medieval English peasant life : testing the historical vision of Hilaire Belloc" (thesis) This thesis seeks to test Hilaire Belloc's vision of the economic history of medieval England, particularly two of his claims. First, the servile state was abolished and the distributist state nearly fully completed by the ...
In his Book on the Life of the Widow, written in 1491, Savonarola takes into account the realities of a widow's situation, and categorizes women based upon their desires and their options. He does not condemn those who ...
An analysis of the dissemination and evolution of Christian mysticism through Middle English vernacular literature (thesis) My thesis examines a total of three works of literature written in Middle English. I believe that Richard Rolle's Meditations on the Passion, the medieval religious lyric I have selected and The Book of Margery Kempe ...