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Imago Temporis. Medium Aevum

Volume 12 (2018)

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"Imago Temporis. Medium Aevum"

Authors: Jesús Brufal Sucarrat, Alessandra Cioppi, Irene Llop i Jordana, Diego Melo Carrasco, José Alberto Morais, Miguel Ángel Motis Dolader, Iñigo Mugueta, Diego Mundaca, Oscar Perea Rodríguez, Silvia María Pérez González, Francesco Renzi, Martín F. Ríos Saloma, Abel Soler, Francisco Vidal-Castro, Mathieu Vivas

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9th International Medieval Meeting Lleida 2019

25th - 28th June 2019

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Enrolment open for paperssessions, posters and business from 5th November 2018 until 24th March 2019.

Enrolment open for attendees from 5th November 2018 until 24th May 2019.

Registration Fee:

€100 

Full rate

€50   

Doctoral/graduate/undergraduate students

Participants previous editions of IMMLleida

Participants aged over 65

Unemployed

 

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New book: "Els animals a l'Edat Mitjana"

Edited by Flocel Sabaté

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Authors: Ricardo Córdoba de la Llave, Carmel Ferragud, Gerhard Jaritz, Junko Kume, María Cristina Lucero, Antonio Malpica, Nélida Mampel, María Isabel Montoya, Ricardo R. Olmos de León, Antoni Riera, Flocel Sabaté, Joan Santanach, Mónica A. Walker Vadillo

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New book: "Creences a l'època medieval: ortodòxia i heretgia"

Edited by Karen Stöber

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"Creences a l'època medieval: ortodòxia i heretgia"

Authors: Rosa Alcoy, Maria Bonet, Pau Castell, Carlos Gascón Chopo, Delfi I. Nieto, Julia Pavón, Antoni Pladevall i Font, Josep Maria Ruiz Simon, Karen Stöber

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New book: "The Crown of Aragon. A Singular Mediterranean Empire"

Edited by Flocel Sabaté

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The Crown of Aragon. A Singular Medieval Empire recovers the history of an empire which was of great importance in the late medieval Mediterranean, but which has since been relegated almost to oblivion by the course of history. The Crown of Aragon was a Mediterranean crossroads: between west and east for the economy, and between north and south for culture and religion, drawing in many different peoples, covering Iberia to Greece. A new vision of the Crown of Aragon as a framework of overlapping identities facilitates its historiographical recovery, showcased in the chapters of this volume which analyse the economy, institutions, social evolution, political strategy and cultural expression in literature and art of the Crown of Aragon.
Contributors are David Abulafia, Lola Badia, Xavier Barral-i-Altet, Pere Benito, Maria Bonet, Jesús Brufal, Alessandra Cioppi, Damien Coulon, Luciano Gallinari, Isabel Grifoll, Adam J. Kosto, Esther Martí-Setañés, Sebastiana Nocco, Antoni Riera, Flocel Sabaté and Antoni Simon. 

Source: www.brill.com