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  Volume 32, 2011

Table of Contents

Negotiating Trade: Commercial Institutions and Cross-Cultural Exchange in the Medieval and Early Modern World: An Introduction

pp. 1-4

Aspects of Trade in the Western Mediterranean During the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries: Perspectives from Islamic Fatwās and State Correspondence

pp. 5-42

Hotel Tartary: Marco Polo, Yams, and the Biopolitics of Population

pp. 43-68

The Book’s Two Fathers: Marco Polo, Rustichello da Pisa, and Le Devisement du Monde

pp. 69-97

Public Poems, Private Expenditures: Petrarch as Homo Economicus

pp. 99-121

“On the Pavement, Thinking About the Government”: The Corpus Christi Cycle and the Emergence of Municipal Merchant Power in York

pp. 123-154

Inevitable Conflict or Opportunity to Explore?: The Mechanics of Venice’s Embargo Against Mehmed II and the Problem of Western-Ottoman Trade After 1453

pp. 155-196

“Inhospitable Desert”: Inhabiting the Inn in Early Modern Spanish Theater

pp. 197-220

Prosecuting the Persecutor: Contracts, Sugar, Jews, and Inquisitors, 1580–1640

pp. 221-238

At the Mercy of the Harbor: Port Life, Prostitution, and Charitable Discipline in Seventeenth-Century Marseilles

pp. 239-274

Negotiating Slavery in a Tolerant Frontier: Livorno’s Turkish Bagno (1547–1747)

pp. 275-324

To Inform and Delight: The Commodification of Travel Images in Amsterdam

pp. 325-356

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