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Thelma FENSTER; Daniel Lord SMAIL (eds.), Fama. The Politics of Talk and Reputation in Medieval Europe, Ithaca 2003 [ISBN 0-8014-3939-6]

   Acknowledgments, in: Thelma FENSTER; Daniel Lord SMAIL (eds.), Fama. The Politics of Talk and Reputation in Medieval Europe, Ithaca 2003, p. VII

Thelma FENSTER; Daniel Lord SMAIL, Introduction, in: Thelma FENSTER; Daniel Lord SMAIL (eds.), Fama. The Politics of Talk and Reputation in Medieval Europe, Ithaca 2003, p. 1

Chris WICKHAM, Fama and the law in Twelfth-Century Tuscany, in: Thelma FENSTER; Daniel Lord SMAIL (eds.), Fama. The Politics of Talk and Reputation in Medieval Europe, Ithaca 2003, p. 15

Thomas KUEHN, Fama as a Legal Status in Renaissance Florence, in: Thelma FENSTER; Daniel Lord SMAIL (eds.), Fama. The Politics of Talk and Reputation in Medieval Europe, Ithaca 2003, p. 27

Madeline H. CAVINESS; Charles G. NELSON, Silent Witnesses, Absent Women and the law Courts in Medieval Germany, in: Thelma FENSTER; Daniel Lord SMAIL (eds.), Fama. The Politics of Talk and Reputation in Medieval Europe, Ithaca 2003, p. 47

F.R.P. AKEHURST, Good Name, Reputation and Nororiety in French Customary Law, in: Thelma FENSTER; Daniel Lord SMAIL (eds.), Fama. The Politics of Talk and Reputation in Medieval Europe, Ithaca 2003, p. 75

Jeffrey A. BOWMAN, Infamy and Proof in Medieval Spain, in: Thelma FENSTER; Daniel Lord SMAIL (eds.), Fama. The Politics of Talk and Reputation in Medieval Europe, Ithaca 2003, p. 95

Lori J. WALTERS, Constructing Reputations: Fama and Memory in Christine de Pizan's Charles V and L'Advision Cristine, in: Thelma FENSTER; Daniel Lord SMAIL (eds.), Fama. The Politics of Talk and Reputation in Medieval Europe, Ithaca 2003, p. 118

Sandy BARDSLEY, Sin, Speech and Scolding in Late Medieval England, in: Thelma FENSTER; Daniel Lord SMAIL (eds.), Fama. The Politics of Talk and Reputation in Medieval Europe, Ithaca 2003, p. 145

Richard HORVATH, Romancing the Word: Fama in the Middle English Sir Launfal and Athelston, in: Thelma FENSTER; Daniel Lord SMAIL (eds.), Fama. The Politics of Talk and Reputation in Medieval Europe, Ithaca 2003, p. 165

Edwin D. CRAUN, Fama and Pastoral Constraints on Rebuking Sinners: The Book of Margery Kempe, in: Thelma FENSTER; Daniel Lord SMAIL (eds.), Fama. The Politics of Talk and Reputation in Medieval Europe, Ithaca 2003, p. 187

Thelma FENSTER; Daniel Lord SMAIL, Conclusion, in: Thelma FENSTER; Daniel Lord SMAIL (eds.), Fama. The Politics of Talk and Reputation in Medieval Europe, Ithaca 2003, p. 210

   Selected Bibliography, in: Thelma FENSTER; Daniel Lord SMAIL (eds.), Fama. The Politics of Talk and Reputation in Medieval Europe, Ithaca 2003, p. 215

   Contributors, in: Thelma FENSTER; Daniel Lord SMAIL (eds.), Fama. The Politics of Talk and Reputation in Medieval Europe, Ithaca 2003, p. 219

   Index, in: Thelma FENSTER; Daniel Lord SMAIL (eds.), Fama. The Politics of Talk and Reputation in Medieval Europe, Ithaca 2003, p. 223


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