Academic journal article Medium Aevum

The Late Medieval English College and Its Context

Academic journal article Medium Aevum

The Late Medieval English College and Its Context

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The Late Medieval English College and its Context, ed. Clive Burgess and Martin Hale (York: York Medieval Press, University of York- Boydell Press, 2008). xviii +20 pp; 6 blackand-white plates; 2 figures. ISBN 978- 1-903 15-322-2. £45.00. This original and interesting collection of essays offers an overview of secular colleges in England in the late Middle Ages. While hundreds of these regulated communities of priests who had not taken monastic orders were established across Europe in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, they have thus far received little scholarly attention. Essays by Clive Burgess and Martin Heale place the late medieval English college in context; Jerome Bertram and Helen Brown look at continental and Scottish foundations respectively. …

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