This publication, edited by Rosemary Gray and Estelle Mare, on behalf of the South African Society for Medieval and Renaissance Studies and the Unisa Medieval Association, contains twenty-four papers by local and international scholars, all of whom address the topic from their unique perspectives within their particular fields of specialisation. The various interdisciplinaryapproaches to the notions of change and fragmentation find their own coherence in the common view that Medieval and Renaissance studies are, at once, relevant to and valuable in the changing context of the new South Africa. These papers should therefore prove invaluable to those engaged in promoting an interest in those historical periods.
Publisher: Unisa Press
Number of pages: 273
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