Taboo or Magic Practice? Cannibalism as Identity Marker for Giants and Human Heroes in Medieval Iceland
Talking Wolves, Golden Fish, and Lion Sex: The Alterations to Gerald of Wales’s Topographia Hibernica as Evidence of Audience Disbelief?
A Clerical View of Gender in Twelfth-Century Flanders: The Voice of Lambert of Ardres
Some Italian Wall Paintings of the Sunday Christ: Monitory and Redemptory Iconographies and the Effect of Position
Expediency versus Ethics: The Problem of Bribery in Late Medieval England
Reframing Feminine Modesty, Complaint, and Desire in the More Family
Inventions Mint: The Currency of Fashion and (Fake) News in Early Modern London
‘And in the midst of those words shot him’: Satire and the Virtue of Romance in ‘Assaulted and Pursued Chastity’