Women, Family, and Society in Medieval Europe: Historical Essays, 1978-1991

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III, 7: "The Making of the Medieval Family: Symmetry, Structure, and Sentiment," Journal of Family History, 8 ( 1983), pp. 116-130. Permission granted by JAI Press, Inc.
III, 8: "The Family and Religious Ideologies in Medieval Europe," Journal of Family History, 12 ( 1987), pp. 3-17. Permission granted by JAI Press, Inc.
III, 9: "Santa Caterina and San Bernardino: Their Teachings on the Family," in Atti del simposio internazionale Cateriniano-bernardiniano. Siena, 17-20 aprile 1980, a cura di Domenico Maffei e Paolo Nardi ( Siena: Accademia senese degli Intronati, 1982), pp. 917-933.
III, 10: "The Florentine Merchant Family of the Middle Ages," in Studi di storia economica Toscana nel medioevo e nel rinascimento in memoria di Federigo Melis ( Pisa: Pacini Editore, 1987), pp. 179-201.
III, 11: "Medieval Children," in Essays on Medieval Civilization. The Walter Prescott Webb Memorial Lectures, ed. by Bede Karl Lackner ( Arlington, Texas, 1978). Used by permission of the Walter Scott Webb Memorial Lectures Committee, the University of Texas at Arlington.
III, 13: "Age, Property, and Career in Medieval Society," in Aging and the Aged in Medieval Europe, ed. by Michael M. Sheehan, CSB. Papers in Medieval Studies 11 ( Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies, 1990), pp. 143-158. By permission of the publisher, copyright by the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto.
III, 16: "The Problem of the 'Return to the Land' in Tuscan Economic History of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries," in Civilt... ed economia agricola in Toscana nei secc. XIII-XV. Problemi della vita delle campagne nel tardo medioevo ( Pistoia: Centro italiano di studi di storia e d'arte, 1981), pp. 401-416.
III, 17: "Tuscan Names, 1200-1530," Renaissance Quarterly, 41 ( 1988), pp. 561-582.
III, 18: "The Rulers of Florence, 1282-1530," in City States in Classical Antiquity and Medieval Italy, ed. by Anthony Molho, Kurt Raaflaub , and Julia Emlen ( Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 1991), pp.197-221.
Appendix: "The American Medievalist: A Social and Professional Profile," Speculum, 58 ( 1983), pp. 881-890.

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