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Common profit: Economic morality in English public political discourse, c. 1340--1406
Differently centered worlds: The traveler's body in late medieval European narrative (1350--1450)
Defining the human: Medieval discourses and practices of animal subjugation
Wholly family: Parental-filial relationships in the "Cantigas de Santa Maria" of Alfonso X
Waging war with words: Idealized gender and Iberian chivalry
Lady killers: Women, violence, and representation in medieval English literature
Creaturely exertion, reforming genius: Indo-Persian conceptions of literary authorship, 1220--1920 C.E.
Image, text, and the discourse of Sufism in Iran, 1487-1565
Imagining the parish: Parochial space and spiritual community in late medieval England
Languages of kingship in Ricardian Britain
The tales of Yoshitsune: A study of genre, narrative paradigms, and cultural memory in medieval and early modern Japan
All the world's a market: Economic life on English stages, c. 1400--c. 1625
The Political Imagination of Malory's "Morte Darthur"
Telling Time: Temporality and Narrative in Late Medieval English Literature
Medieval Hermeneutic Pedagogy: Teaching with and about Signs in Several Didactic Genres
Oe no Masafusa and the Convergence of the "Ways": The Twilight of Early Chinese Literary Studies and the Rise of Waka Studies in the Long Twelfth Century in Japan
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