Brill, 2018. — 588 p.A Companion to Medieval Genoa introduces non-specialists to recent scholarship on the vibrant and source-rich medieval history of Genoa. Focusing mostly on the eleventh to fifteenth centuries, the volume positions the city of Genoa and the Genoese within the broader history of the Italian peninsula and the Mediterranean in the Middle Ages. Thematic contributions highlight the interdependence of local, regional, and international concerns, and serve as a helpful corrective to the traditional overemphasis of Florence and Venice in the English-language historiography of medieval Italy. The volume thus offers a fresh perspective on the history of medieval Italy - as well as a handy introduction to the riches of the Genoese archives - to undergraduates, graduate students, and scholars in related fields.Carrie E. Beneš, PhD. (UCLA, 2004), is Associate Professor of Medieval and Renaissance History at New College of Florida and the author of Urban Legends: Civic Identity & the Classical Past in Northern Italy, 1250–1350 (Penn State, 2011).
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