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Subjects
Landscape and the Arts in Early Modern Italy Theatre, Gardens and Visual Culture Katrina Grant
Translingualism, Translation and Caribbean Poetry Mother Tongue Has Crossed the Ocean Hilda Windt Ayoubi, Pieter C. Muysken
Dante's Gluttons Food and Society from the Convivio to the Comedy Danielle Callegari
Ethiopian Jewish Ascetic Religious Communities Built Environment and Way of Life of the Betä Ǝsraʾel Bar Kribus
Towards Japan A Personal Journey Arthur Stockwin
Franciscan Books and their Readers Friars and Manuscripts in Late Medieval Italy René Hernández
Colonial Objects in Early Modern Sweden and Beyond From the Kunstkammer to the Current Museum Crisis Mårten Snickare
Television before TV New Media and Exhibition Culture in Europe and the USA, 1928-1939 Anne-Katrin Weber