Feud, Violence and Practice: Essays in Medieval Studies in Honor of Stephen D. White Hardcover – 14 Apr 2010
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'This book has much of interest to medievalists and for this reader, much that he didn't know. The editors deserve praise for assembling such a volume.' Vidimus 'Finally one must not fail to comment on how delighted Stephen White must be by the students, friends, and colleagues who put together this beautiful collection that has so much bearing on his own work. This is a fine book. One worth consulting again and again.' Medieval Review '... readers who are at all familiar with the work of White and his followers will not find anything very surprising in this volume. However, both they and newcomers will find an excellent summation of White's contributions, and a demonstration, through an unusually broad swathe of times, places and sources, of the value of his thought.' Early Medieval Europe 'This is a coherent collection in two ways. It is in itself a sustained comment on White's work as it is also a contribution to our understanding of the politics of dispute and negotiation in the central middle ages.' Hispania 'Fine tribute to a much admired scholar.' English Historical Review
About the Author
Belle S. Tuten is W. Newton and Hazel A. Long Professor of History at Juniata College, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, USA. Tracey L. Billado is Assistant Professor in the Department of History at Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey, USA.