Heresy and the Making of European Culture
Andrew P. Roach is Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Glasgow. He is the author of The Devil's World; heresy and society, 1100-1300 (2005). James R. Simpson is Reader in French at the University of Glasgow. He is author of Fantasy, identity and misrecognition in medieval French narrative (2000) Troubling Arthurian histories : court culture, performance and scandal in Chretien de Troyes's Erec et Enide (2007) and co-editor of The culture mangle : conflict and violence in language and culture (2010). Andrew P. Roach, James R. Simpson, Kallistos Ware, Maribel Fierro, Alexander Murray, Marilyn Dunn, Julien Bellabre, Maja Angelovska-Panova, Judith R. Anderson, Catherine Leglu, Sieglinde Hartmann, Claire Taylor, Peter Petkoff, Daniel Gerrard, 'Alessandra Beccarisi, Eva DoleA3/4alova, Sarah Thomas, James Given, Igor Dorfmann-Lazarev, Faye Taylor, Georg Modestin, Philip Tonner, John M. Bates, Robert I. Mochrie.
'The editors should be congratulated for bringing together a stimulating collection of essays. For those interested in Central and Eastern Europe, it is heartening to find in such a volume contributions concerned with regions and cultures that are frequently missing from English-language discussions of important themes in European history.' Slavonic and East European Review '...the book proves extremely successful, and achieves its target: it shows how mechanisms of inclusion and exclusion set up and pursued by all parties were far more nuanced than some historiography tends to suggest.' Sehepunkte