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New Issues of Medieval Journals – Winter 2017

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The Medieval History Journal, Volume 19, Issue 2, October 2016 (Published January 2017)

Medieval History Journal Sage 2016Command versus Consent: Representation and Interpretation of Power in the Late Medieval Eurasian World

  • Command versus Consent
    Representation and Interpretation of Power in the Late Medieval Eurasian World
    Thomas Ertl, Tilmann Trausch
  • Frictions and Fictions of Community
    Structures and Representations of Power in Central Europe, c. 1350-1500
    Julia Burkhardt
  • ‘The Tsar Gave the Order and the Boyars Assented’
    Hans-Heinrich Nolte
  • In Search of Consensus: Conflict and Cohesion among the Political Elite of the Late Mamlūk Sultanate
    Yehoshua Frenkel
  • Representing Joint Rule as the Murshid-i Kāmil’s Will: Consensus-based Decision-making in Early Safavid Iran
    Tilmann Trausch
  • Literary Conduits for ‘Consent’: Cultural Groundwork of the Mughal State in the Fifteenth Century
    Pankaj Kumar Jha
  • Court and Country: Discourses of Socio-political Collaboration in Northern and Southern Song China
    Ari Daniel Levine
  • The Medieval in the Modern: Command and Consent in Japanese Politics
    Mark J. Ravina

Journal of Medieval History (2017) Vol 43

Cover Journal of Medieval HistorySpecial Issue: Agincourt in context: war on land and sea
Guest Editors: Rémy Ambühl and Craig Lambert

  • Agincourt in context: war on land and sea. Introduction
    Rémy Ambühl & Craig Lambert
  • The military careerist in fourteenth-century England
    Andrew Ayton
  • Henry V and the crossing to France: reconstructing naval operations for the Agincourt campaign, 1415
    Craig Lambert
  • To Agincourt and beyond! The martial affinity of Edward of Langley, second duke of York (c.1373–1415)
    Gary Paul Baker
  • ‘The scourge of the stones’: English gunpowder artillery at the siege of Harfleur
    Dan Spencer
  • Henry V and the administration of justice: the surrender of Meaux (May 1422)
    Rémy Ambühl
  • The posthumous knighting of Dafydd Gam
    Adam Chapman
  • ‘Then a great misfortune befell them’: the laws of war on surrender and the killing of prisoners on the battlefield in the Hundred Years War
    Andy King
  • Another 1415: Portugal’s military landscape at the time of Agincourt
    João Gouveia Monteiro, Miguel Gomes Martins & Tiago Viúla de Faria

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