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Subjects
The Medieval Life of Language Grammar and Pragmatics from Bacon to Kempe Mark Amsler
Fundamentals of Chinese Culture Liang Shuming, Li Ming
Urban Developments in Late Antique and Medieval Rome Revising the Narrative of Renewal Gregor Kalas, Ann Dijk
Catholic Social Networks in Early Modern England Kinship, Gender, and Coexistence Susan M. Cogan
World Heritage and Urban Politics in Melaka, Malaysia A Cityscape below the Winds Pierpaolo Giosa
From City Space to Cyberspace Art, Squatting, and Internet Culture in the Netherlands Amanda Wasielewski
Arianism Marilyn Dunn
Polynesia, 900–1600 Madi Williams
The Knights Templar Helen J. Nicholson
Development Zones in Asian Borderlands Mona Chettri, Michael Eilenberg, Willem Schendel, Tina Harris