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Boydell & Brewer 37m
Discover the AFRICAN ARTICULATION series dedicated to cutting-edge research into Africa’s cultural texts and practices; opening up innovative perspectives on the richness of African locations and networks. Find out more with these 6 titles:
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DEmiliopics 51m
My review of Robert Portass' book, The Village World of Early Medieval Northern Spain , just published by AARHMS. Well-researched, interesting, and a good read!
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Our FEATURED PAPERBACK of the week is Religious Men and Masculine Identity in the Middle Ages which examines masculinity and religion in both the secular and ecclesiastical worlds, from rabbis of the Babylonian Talmud to the Reformation:
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7/50: See the Middle Ages through the gaze of Kathleen Basford’s The Green Man. SAVE 50% when you order with our special 50th anniversary discount. Use code BB694, ends 31 March 2019:
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We are soon to celebrate the official opening of the James Currey collection in St Cross College library...over 1,000 first editions and file copies of what St Cross calls ‘a fantastic collection’. Stay tuned for more information and pictures!
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22 Feb 1371: King Robert II of Scotland succeeded to the throne at the age of 54 and reigned until his death, becoming the first monarch of the House of Stewart. Robert's reign was undistinguished and lacklustre with many in his kingdom believing him to be past his best.
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Patricia Cullum 7h
Pleased to announce Religious Men and Masculine Identity is now out in paperback from and 25% off w discount code BB125
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Boydell & Brewer Feb 21
The past is no longer confined to the words on the page. Scientists have turned to eraser crumbs left in the aftermath of cleaning old manuscripts to extract DNA and proteins with the hopes of unveiling the workings of ancient economies:
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Boydell & Brewer Feb 21
Reputed to be the richest earl in Scotland, Dr Miles Kerr-Peterson tells us more about George Keith, a fascinating individual and the subject behind his new book: A Protestant Lord in James VI's Scotland 👑
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Boydell & Brewer Feb 21
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Ah, thanks for spotting! You can tell it's almost the end of the week.
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Boydell & Brewer Feb 21
21 Feb 1437: King James I of Scotland was assassinated by a group of dissident nobles led by the Earl of Atholl. In the scuffle, Queen Joan Beaufort was wounded in her frantic attempts to protect her husband. She managed to escape and survive her injuries.
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Dr Katherine J. Lewis Feb 21
Delighted to report that have published *Religious Men & Masculine Identity* in paperback! Plus I have a 25% discount code to distribute so let me know if you'd like it! Includes monks, crusaders, clerical marriage & Henry VI inter alia
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Boydell & Brewer Feb 20
Great new review of Scottish Episcopal Acta from : "It is exceedingly useful to have these charters collected in one place. Historians of Scotland and its neighbors in the Anglo-Norman/Angevin world will want to acquire Shead’s edition."
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B&B Music Feb 20
Thank you for featuring The New Percy Grainger Companion by Penelope Thwaites (Boydell Press) as essential reading! 🤗
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Gramophone Feb 20
On this day in 1961, Australian born composer Percy Grainger passed away. 'He was virtually self-taught and his best music relies on conventional harmonies, with an emphasis on vigorous rhythms and traditional tunes.' Read our tribute from 2015 here >
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Boydell & Brewer Feb 20
Have you been keeping up-to-date with Boydell & Brewer on Instagram? Throughout the year we'll be charting Boydell in 50 Pics with snapshots from our past and present. 📸 Follow the hashtag here:
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Boydell & Brewer Feb 20
The Histories of Alexander Neville (1544-1614) presents Neville’s great texts in Latin and modern translation, including Kett’s Rebellion. Essential urban Tudor history:
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Richard Batten Feb 19
It was a great privilege to share airtime with Lady Arran on programme on to discuss the 4th Earl Fortescue, , the & my first book
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Boydell & Brewer Feb 20
20 Feb 1547: Edward VI, at the age of 9, was crowned King of England at Westminister Abbey and became the first monarch to be raised as a Protestant. His reign, however, was short-lived after Edward fell ill and died at the age of 15.
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UIndy English Dept Feb 19
We're excited to announce that 's Dr. Molly Martin's latest book, Castles and Space in Malory's Morte Darthur, is out with ! Check out the description here:
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