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Speculum, Volume 93, Issue 2 (April 2018)
Raymond Peraudi in Zerbst: Corpus Christi Theater, Material Devotion, and the Indulgence Microeconomy on the Eve of the Reformation
The Women and the Inquisitor: Peacemaking in Bologna, 1299
The Giant of Bremen: Roland and the “Colossus Imagination”
Edward I, Exodus, and England on the Hereford World Map
Debra Higgs Strickland
This issue of Speculum features 81 book reviews, including:
Megan Cavell, Weaving Words and Binding Bodies: The Poetics of Human Experience in Old English Literature (2016)
Reviewed by Emily Thornbury
Andrew Hicks, Composing the World: Harmony in the Medieval Platonic Cosmos (2017)
Reviewed by Elizabeth Eva Leach
Tyler Lange, Excommunication for Debt in Late Medieval France: The Business of Salvation (2016)
Reviewed by Felicity Hill
Elizabeth Lapina, Warfare and the Miraculous in the Chronicles of the First Crusade (2015)
Reviewed by Cecilia Gaposchkin
Hela Ouardi, Les derniers jours de Muhammad (2016)
Reviewed by John Tolan
Dan Lord Smail, Legal Plunder: Households and Debt Collection in Late Medieval Europe (2016)
Reviewed by Guy Geltner
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