Volume 31, Number 1 (2014)

31.1 Cover



Front Matter

i-iv




Contents Page

v-ix




Front Matter

In Memoriam

xi


Articles

Ordericus Vitalis as Historian in the Europe of the Early Twelfth-Century Renaissance

John O. Ward

1-26

Practical and Productive Knowledge in the Twelfth Century: Extending the Aristotelian Paradigm, c. 1120–c. 1160

Cary J. Nederman

27-45

Since Feeling is First: Teaching Royal Ethics through Managing the Emotions in the Late Middle Ages

Tomas Zahora

47-72

'The Hours that They Ought to Direct to the Study of Letters': Literate Practices in the Constitutions and Rule for the Dominican Sisters

Julie Ann Smith

73-94

Fashionable Beards and Beards as Fashion: Beard Coats in Thomas Malory's Morte d'Arthur

Laura Clark

95-109

Reassessing 27 Henry VIII, c.25 and Tudor Welfare: Changes and Continuities in Context

Nicholas Dean Brodie

111-136

Albrecht Dürer and the Ideal City

Tessa Morrison

137-160

Andrew Marvell's 'The Coronet': Doubleness, Conversion, and Meditation

A. D. Cousins

161-174


Reviews

175-260





Short Notices

261-276