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History of Ideas

SPITZER L. “Classical and Christian Ideas of World Harmony: Prolegomena to an Interpretation of the Word ‘Stimmung.’” TR 2 (1944): 409–64; TR 3 (1945): 307–64.

ALLERS, R. “Microcosmus: From Anaximandros to Paracelsus.” TR 2 (1944): 319–408.

LADNER, G. B. “The History of Ideas in the Christian Middle Ages from the Fathers to Dante in America and Canadian Publications of the Years 1940–1952.” TR 9 (1953): 439–514.

GREENHILL, E. S. “The Child in the Tree: A Study of the Cosmological Tree in Christian Tradition.” TR 10 (1954): 323–72.

LADNER, G. B. “Varia Archaeologica et Ideologica.” TR 16 (1960): 425–521.

HERLIHY, D. “Land, Family and Women in Continental Europe, 701–1200.” TR 18 (1962): 89–120.

WENZEL, S. “Acedia 700–1200.” TR 22 (1966): 73–102.

TRIMPI, W. “The Ancient Hypothesis of Fiction: An Essay on the Origins of Literary Theory.” TR 27 (1971): 1–78.

———. “The Quality of Fiction: The Rhetorical Transmission of Literary Theory.” TR 30 (1974): 1–118.

LERNER, R. E. “Refreshment of the Saints: The Time after Antichrist as a Station for Early Progress in Medieval Thought.” TR 32 (1976): 97–144.

FLORI, J. “Les origines de l’adoubement chevaleresque: Étude des remises d’armes et du vocabulaire qui les exprime dans les sources historiques latines jusqu’au début du 13e siècle.” TR 35 (1979): 209–72.

SHEERIN, D. J. “Celeuma in Christian Latin: Lexical and Literary Notes.” TR 38 (1982): 45–74.

LIMOR, O. “The Origins of a Tradition: King David’s Tomb on Mount Zion.” TR 44 (1988): 453–62.

VAN ENGEN, J. “Christening the Romans.” TR 52 (1997): 1–45.

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