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The Twelfth-Century Renaissance

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This volume surveys the wide range of cultural and intellectual changes in western Europe in the period 1050-1250. The Twelfth-Century Renaissance first establishes the broader context for the changes and introduces the debate on the validity of the term "Renaissance" as a label for the period. Summarizing current scholarship, without imposing a particular interpretation o ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published September 11th 1999 by Manchester University Press
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Robert N. Swanson is Professor of Medieval History at the University of Birmingham.

After studying for an undergraduate degree in History at Cambridge University, graduating in 1972, Swanson stayed at Cambridge for his doctoral research on the activities of European universities in the crisis caused by the division in the papacy between 1378 and 1417.

In 1975 he was appointed Assistant Archivist a
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