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Edited by Gerson Moreno-Riaño and Cary Nederman
Containing the latest scholarship by an international group of scholars, this book provides an essential guide both to the life and works of Marsilius of Padua as well as to the leading interpretive debates surrounding one of the greatest thinkers of the Latin Middle Ages.
Edited by Myron Nordquist, Satya N. Nandan, and James Kraska.
This is the seventh and final volume of the most authoritative reference on the Third United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS III, 1973-1982). The volume provides the original text of the 1982 convention as fully integrated with the provisions of the 1994 Agreement on the ...
Edited by David A. Colson and Robert W. Smith, Co-Publication with: The American Society of International Law
Prepared by regional experts, Volume VI provides critical commentary on international maritime boundary agreements concluded since the previous volume, and includes two scholarly essays on this subject. The International Maritime Boundaries series is the foremost authority on maritime ...
Edited by Brian Patrick McGuire
This guide to the life and writings of Jean Gerson (1363-1429) provides the reader with a state-of-the-art evaluation of the place of this central theologian and church reformer in the transition from medieval to early modern culture, spirituality and religion.
Edited by Ian C. Levy
The Companion to John Wyclif contains eight substantial essays (20-30,000 words each) which cover all the major areas of Wyclif's life and thought. Each essay provides timely research that is thoroughly grounded in the primary texts while making use of the most recent secondary literature. ...
Edited by Douglas E. Gerber
This handbook is a guide to the reading of elegiac, iambic, personal and public poetry of early Greece. Intended as a teaching manual or as an aid for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, it presents the major scholarly debates affecting the reading of these poetic texts, such as the ...
Edited by Ian Morris and Barry Powell
Now available in paperback for the very first time, this classic volume remains the standard handbook for Homer studies.
A study of the Kitāb Na‘t al-Ḥayawān (Book on the Characteristics of Animals), this book considers together text and image in this unique thirteenth-century manuscript, thereby contributing to the wider scholarship on Middle Eastern painting and art of the pre-modern period.
Walter M. Spink
Edited by Benjamin Acosta-Hughes, Luigi Lehnus and Susan Stephens
This volume is the combined effort of over thirty scholars. They analyize Callimachus, the 3rd-century Alexandrian poet, from literary and technical perspectives, reception and influence. It is designed to facilitate the work of scholars and teachers in the classroom.
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