Volume 21, 2004

Table of Contents

From: Essays in Medieval Studies

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Preface: The Central Ages

pp. i-vii
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Articles

Should the Middle Ages Be Abolished?

pp. 1-22
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Crusade and Conversion after the Fourth Lateran Council (1215): Oliver of Paderborn's and James of Vitry's Missions to Muslims Reconsidered

pp. 23-47
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Negotiating Interfaith Relations in Eastern Christendom: Pope Gregory IX, Bela IV of Hungary, and the Latin Empire

pp. 49-62
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1399: A Royal Revolution Reversed

pp. 63-79
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Crossing Generic Boundaries: The Clever Courtly Lady

pp. 81-96
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Feminism and the Fall: Boccaccio, Christine de Pizan, and Louise Labe

pp. 97-108
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Lessons for the Priest, Lessons for the People: Robert Mannyng of Brunne's Audiences for Handlyng Synne

pp. 109-121
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Aural and Written Reception in Sir John Paston, Malory, and Caxton

pp. 123-131
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Gender and the Script/Print Continuum: Caxton's Morte Darthur

pp. 133-150
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"Longene to the Playe": Caxton, Chess, and the Boundaries of Political Order

pp. 151-166
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