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Medieval Practices of Space by Michal Kobialka and Barbara Hanawalt
  MEDIEVAL  PRACTICES  OF  SPACE  SERIES  EDITORS RITA  COPELAND BARBARA  A.  HANAWALT DAVID  WALLACE Sponsored  by the  Center  for  Medieval  Studies at the  University  of  Minnesota Volumes  in the series study the diversity of medieval cultural  histories and practices, including such inter- related  issues  as gender, class, and social  hierarchies; race and ethnicity; geographical relations; definitionsof political space; discourses of authority and dissent; educational  institutions;  canonical  and  noncanonical literatures; and technologies of textual and visualliteracies. Volume 23 Edited  by  Barbara  A.  Hanawalt  and  Michal  Kobialka Medieval Practices  of  Space Volume 22 Michelle  R.  Warren History  on the  Edge:  Excalibur  and the  Borders of  Britain,  1100-1300 Volume  21 Olivia  Holmes Assembling  the Lyric  Self:  From Troubadour Song to  Italian  Poetry Book For  more books  in the  series,  see  pages  263-64.   M E D I E V L  M E DIE VA L PRACTICES or  SPACE BARBARA  A.  HANAWALT MlCHAL KoBIALKA EDITORS Medieval  Cultures, Volume 23 University  of Minnesota PressMinneapolisLondon  Chapter  2 is  reprinted  from Daniel  L.  Smail,  Imaginary  Cartographies: Possession  and Identity  in  Late Medieval Marseille  (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1999). Copyright1999 Cornell University. Used  by  permission  of the  publisher, Cornell University  Press. Copyright 2000  by the  Regents  of the  University  of  Minnesota All  rights  reserved.  No  part  of  this publication  may be  reproduced,  stored  in a  retrievalsystem,  or  transmitted,  in any  form  or by any  means,  electronic,  mechanical, photocopy-ing, recording,  or  otherwise, without  the  prior  written  permission  of the  publisher.Published  by the  University  of  Minnesota Press 111  Third  Avenue South, Suite  290 Minneapolis,  MN  55401-2520 Library  of  Congress  Cataloging-in-Publication Data Medieval  practices  of  space  /  Barbara  A.  Hanawalt  and  Michal  Kobialka,  editors. p. cm. —  (Medieval  cultures  ; v. 23) Papers from  a  conference  held  in  April 1997. Includes bibliographical  references  and index. ISBN  0-8166-3544-7  (HC :  acid-free paper)  —  ISBN  0-8166-3545-5  (PB :  acid-free paper) 1.  Civilization, Medieval.  2.  Space (Architecture)—Social aspects—Europe— History—To  1500.  3.  Public spaces—Europe—History—To 1500.  4.  Space  and time—Social  aspects—Europe—History—To 1500.  5. Space and time—Religious aspects.  6.  Space  and  time—Psychological  aspects.  7.  Literature, Medieval. 8.  Space  and time in  literature.  9.  Visual  perception  in  literature. I.  Hanawalt, Barbara.  II.  Kobialka, Michal. III. Series. CB353  .M424  2000 307—dc21 99-050793Printed  in the  United States  of  America  on  acid-free paper The  University  of  Minnesota  is an  equal-opportunity educator  and  employer. 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
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