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Faculty of Humanities
Authorial or Scribal? Spelling Variation in the Hengwrt and Ellesmere Manuscripts of the Canterbury Tales
This dissertation is an analysis of spelling variation in Hengwrt and Ellesmere manuscripts, two early texts of The Canterbury Tales.
Author, Reader, Book: Medieval Authorship in Theory and Practice
This collection brings into conversation several kinds of scholarship on medieval authorship which have tended to remain separate over the last two to three decades, a period of steadily increasing scholarly interest in this topic.
English Literature and Culture (MA)
The one-year, English-taught master's programme in English Literature and Culture focuses on the interaction between literature and key political and social issues such as identity, migration, memory and the metropolis, but also between literature and the literary tradition, and literature and film.
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In the following you will find a list of courses that are offered at Leiden University that are relevant to the study of Ancient Arabia.
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Blogging about the Middle Ages: love magic, face masks and video games
Three years ago, on 13 October 2017, the Leiden Medievalists Blog was established. In their blogs, Leiden researchers from all disciplines talk about the Middle Ages in a fun and interesting way. Editors Jip Barreveld, Marlisa den Hartog and Thijs Porck talk about the blog and why the Middle Ages are…
Join-in courses 2020-2021
Join-in courses are MA-courses in medieval topics given in set MA-programs of the six participant universities of the Research School. On request, such courses are accessible to MA-students from other (Dutch) universities. Course loads and number of credit points to be obtained are usually between 5…
Book recommendation from ... Irial Glynn
Every month a member of the Institute for History tells about a book that he/she has read and that has inspired him/her: from novels to biographies. At the end, the pen is passed on to another colleague. This month Irial Glynn tells about a book he has read recently.