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The Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies (formerly The Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies), Volume 27, Number 2 (Spring 1997). Special Issue: From Medieval Christianities to the Reformation. David Aers, Nicholas Watson, Frederick Christian Bauerschmidt, Katherine L. French, David C. Steinmetz, Thomas Betteridge, Patricia Badir, Jonathan Bengtson.

The Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies (formerly The Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies), Volume 27, Number 2 (Spring 1997). Special Issue: From Medieval Christianities to the Reformation

Softcover, Durham: Duke University Press, 1997. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued.

Sound binding. Clean, bright pages. Wrappers are clean with only very minor shelf wear. ; Contents: Watson, Visions of inclusion: universal salvation and vernacular theology in pre-Reformation England. Bauerschmidt, Seeing Jesus: Julian of Norwich and the text of Christ's body. French, Competing or space: medieval religious conflict in the monastic-parochial church at Dunster. Steinmetz, Divided by a common past: the reshaping of the Christian exegetical tradition in the sixteenth century. Betteridge, Anne Askewe, John Bale, and Protestant history. Badir, The garrison of the godly: antitheatricalism and the perforance of distinction in early modern Hull. Bengtson, Saint George and the formation of English nationalism. ; 9.0" tall; 208 pages.

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