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81. Mediaevalia: Volume > 34
Roberto Bigazzi Boccaccio, Ariosto, and the European Novel
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82. Mediaevalia: Volume > 34
Victoria Kirkham The Apocryphal Boccaccio
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83. Mediaevalia: Volume > 34
Janet Levarie Smarr Marriage or Politics?: Dramatizing Griselda
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84. Mediaevalia: Volume > 34
F. Regina Psaki “Alcuna paroletta piú liberale”: Contemporary Women Authors Address the Decameron’s Obscenity
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Millicent Marcus Boccaccio and the Seventh Art: The Decameronian Films of Fellini, De Laurentiis, Pasolini, Woody Allen
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Dana E. Stewart Introduction
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87. Mediaevalia: Volume > 33
Ian P. Wei Discovering the Moral Value of Money: Usurious Money and Medieval Academic Discourse in Parisina Quodlibets
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88. Mediaevalia: Volume > 33
Coree Newman The Quest for Redemption: Penitent Demons Leading Christians to Salvation in Medieval Christian Exempla Literature
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Federica Anichini Inferno IX: Passing within City Walls and beneath the “velame de li versi strani”
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90. Mediaevalia: Volume > 33
David Lummus Boccaccio’s Hellenism and the Foundations of Modernity
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91. Mediaevalia: Volume > 33
Charles H. Carman Alberti’s Narcissus: “Tutta la Storia”
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92. Mediaevalia: Volume > 33
Sergio Costola The Politics of a Theatrical Event: The 1509 Performance of Ariosto’s I suppositi
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93. Mediaevalia: Volume > 33
Rebekah Compton Omnia Vincit Amor: The Sovereignty of Love in Tuscan Poetry and Michelangelo’s Venus and Cupid
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94. Mediaevalia: Volume > 32
Travis Bruce, Dana E. Stewart Negotiating Trade: Commercial Institutions and Cross-Cultural Exchange in the Medieval and Early Modern World: An Introduction
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95. Mediaevalia: Volume > 32
Russell Hopley Aspects of Trade in the Western Mediterranean during the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries: Perspectives from Islamic Fatwās and State Correspondence
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Wan-Chuan Kao Hotel Tartary: Marco Polo, Yams, and the Biopolitics of Population
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97. Mediaevalia: Volume > 32
F. Regina Psaki The Book’s Two Fathers: Marco Polo, Rustichello da Pisa, and Le Devisement du monde
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98. Mediaevalia: Volume > 32
William J. Kennedy Public Poems, Private Expenditures: Petrarch as Homo Economicus
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Meisha Lohmann “On the Pavement, Thinking about the Government”: The Corpus Christi Cycle and the Emergence of Municipal Merchant Power in York
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Stefan Stantchev Inevitable Conflict or Opportunity to Explore?: The Mechanics of Venice’s Embargo against Mehmed II and the Problem of Western-Ottoman Trade after 1453
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