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London, England. Edwards, Rebecca. Geertz, Clifford. Geevers, Lisbeth and Mirella Marini. Farnham: Ashgate, Gillespie, Susan D. Tucson: The University of Arizona Press, Han, Seokyung. Bradford: Arc Humanities Press, A History of the Ptolemaic Empire. Translated by Tina Saavedra. Holtom, D.
Volume 2. Jackson, Peter A. Jacobsen, Casper. Oxford: Archaeopress, Kantorowicz, Ernst. Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers, Kershaw, Roger. Monarchy in South-East Asia: The faces of tradition in translation. Lacarra, Jose Maria. El Juramento de los Reyes de Navarra Madrid: Real Academia de la Historia, Leder, Stefan. Lillehoj, Elizabeth. Lucero, Lisa J. Austin: University of Texas Press, Mansel, Philip.
Mitchell, Lynette and Charles Melville. Morrison, Kathleen D. Navarra Muir, Edward. Ritual in Early Modern Europe. Oakley , Francis. Kingship: The Politics of Enchantment. Oxford: Blackwell, Ohnuki-Tierney, Emiko. Packard, Jerrold. London: Queen Anne Press, Pelaz Flores, Diana. Pick, Lucy.
Quigley, Declan. Sahlins, Marshall. Scubla, Lucien. Sherwood, Harriet. Schutte, Valerie. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, Simonse, Simon. Smith, Hannah.
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The Reappearance of the Performing Monarchy in Europe, c. Weber, Caroline. New York: Henry Holt and Company, Weber, Max. On Charisma and Institution Building. Edited by S. Woodacre, Elena. The impact of marital and family relationships on the reigns of the queens regnant of Navarre Examining models and concepts of rulership formulated in societies where monarchy was deeply relevant can offer new insights into not only how monarchical institutions operated but why they proved so effective and long-lasting.
The eight chapters that comprise this section focus on two such societies: western Europe and the Muslim world. A range of examples are drawn from western Europe in the later medieval and the Early Modern eras alongside the Almohad caliphate of the twelfth- and thirteenth-century Maghreb and the modern post-War Arab monarchies. Each highlights not only the vibrancy of monarchy as a concept but its elasticity as a model of rulership.
It argues that monarchy is so flexible and adaptive that it has been able to accommodate religious doctrines that have either little place for the worldly or that tend to subsume government within their doctrinal framework.
Chris Jones is an Associate Professor at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand whose research explores the history of political ideas. His work has a particular focus upon France in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries and he is especially interested in the thought of medieval chroniclers.
His extensive publications in this area include his monograph, Eclipse of Empire?
Perceptions of the Western Empire and Its Rulers in Late Medieval France Brepols, , and, most recently, a triptych of articles concerning the thought of the late thirteenth-century Benedictine chronicler of Sens, Geoffroi de Courlon. He initiated, and is Director of, the Canterbury Roll Project, an innovative and ongoing research-led digital venture. Its blending of digital humanities and cutting-edge scientific research with traditional scholarship has received extensive coverage in the international press, including a lead article in The Times.
Research Profile. Aquinas, Thomas. Aquinas Political Writings.
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Robert W. The City of God against the pagans. Giles of Rome. De regimine principum libri tres. Aalen, A Medieval Theory of World Government. New York: Columbia University Press, Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, James M. Adelman, Jeremy. Abulafia, Anna Sapir. Daniel Power, Oxford: Oxford University Press, Balachandran, G.
Belgrave, Michael. Auckland: Auckland University Press, Benson, Robert L. Renaissance and Renewal in the Twelfth Century. Robert L. Benson and Giles Constable, Black, Antony. Political Thought in Europe Brand, Paul. Christopher Harper-Bill and Nicholas Vincent, Woodbridge: Boydell, Canning, Joseph. A History of Medieval Political Thought Crone, Patricia and Martin Hinds.
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