Disability in Medieval Europe: Thinking About Physical Impairment in the High Middle Ages, c.1100-c.1400 - Routledge Studies in Medieval Religion and Culture (Paperback)
  • Disability in Medieval Europe: Thinking About Physical Impairment in the High Middle Ages, c.1100-c.1400 - Routledge Studies in Medieval Religion and Culture (Paperback)

Disability in Medieval Europe: Thinking About Physical Impairment in the High Middle Ages, c.1100-c.1400 - Routledge Studies in Medieval Religion and Culture (Paperback)

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This impressive volume presents a thorough examination of all aspects of physical impairment and disability in medieval Europe. Examining a popular era that is of great interest to many historians and researchers, Irene Metzler presents a theoretical framework of disability and explores key areas such as: * medieval theoretical concepts * theology and natural philosophy * notions of the physical body * medical theory and practice. Bringing into play the modern day implications of medieval thought on the issue, this is a fascinating and informative addition to the research studies of medieval history, history of medicine and disability studies scholars the English-speaking world over.

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
ISBN: 9780415582049

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