The North Sea World in the Middle Age. Studies in the cultural history of north-western Europe.

Liszka, T.R., L. E.M. Walker (eds).

Hardcover with dust jacket. 302 pp. Illustrated. Four Courts Press 2001.

The waters of the North Sea were no barrier to those who lived along its shores in the Middle Ages. Contacts and interrelationships embraced politics and trade, language and literature, art and architecture, religion and hagiography.
In this collection of essays, the product of a joint conference between the University of Penn State and St Andrews, scholars working in different disciplines have come together to highlight the validity of North Sea studies as a useful and intriguing field. 

- Texts and Images: Historical Perspectives.
- This World: Cultural Contacts.
- The Other World: hagiographical studies.
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