The Vernacularization of Science, Medicine, and Technology in Late Medieval Europe: Broadening Our Perspectives

in Early Science and Medicine
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Abstract

The following article is the concluding piece of a series on the vernacularization of science, medicine, and technology in the Late Middle Ages inaugurated in 1998 with a special issue of ESM (III,2) and continued with two articles in ESM (IV,2) in 1999, featuring papers selected by William Crossgrove and Linda Ehrsam Voigts. All of these articles grew out of a series of papers presented at the Thirty-Second International Congress on Medieval Studies at Western Michigan University in May 1997, a series which now concludes with the present

The Vernacularization of Science, Medicine, and Technology in Late Medieval Europe: Broadening Our Perspectives

in Early Science and Medicine

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