Volume 35, Number 1 (2018)

35.1 Cover



Front Matter

i-v




Contents Page

vii-xi




Articles

The Emperor’s New Sanctum: A Folktale in Jordanes’ Gothic History

Nathan J. Ristuccia

1-16

The Imperial Character: Alexius I and Ideal Emperorship in Twelfth- Century Byzantium

Elisabeth Rolston

17-34

Frederick II of Hohenstaufen’s Australasian Cockatoo: Symbol of Detente between East and West and Evidence of the Ayyubids’ Global Reach

Heather Dalton, Jukka Salo, Pekka Niemelä and Simo Örmä

35-60  

Simul iustus et peccator: The Theological Significance of Shifts of Perspective in the Middle English Cleanness and Patience

Piotr Spyra

61-78  

Animals as Criminals: Towards a Foucauldian Analysis of Animal Trials

Emre Koyuncu

79-96

Anne of the Wicked Ways: Perceptions of Anne Boleyn as a Witch in History and in Popular Culture

Roland Hui

97-118

Cosmopolitanism and ‘Strange Flesh’ in Antony & Cleopatra

Pompa Banerjee

119-140



Reviews

141-214





Short Notices

215-223