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<Teaching the Medieval through <i>The Sea in the Middle</i>

Teaching the Medieval through The Sea in the Middle

By Brian Catlos, co-author of The Sea in the Middle: The Mediterranean World, 650–1650 If Medieval Studies, as some say, has a “whiteness problem,” Mediterranean Studies does not. Recentering the narrative of …

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<Reflections on <i>Making Christian History</i>

Reflections on Making Christian History

By Michael Hollerich, author of Making Christian History: Eusebius of Caesarea and His Readers As I was finishing work on my new book, Making Christian History, Christopher Beeley—who at the time was …

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<How the Stirring Preaching Style of John Chrysostom Confronted Indifference in the Fourth Century

How the Stirring Preaching Style of John Chrysostom Confronted Indifference in the Fourth Century

By Blake Leyerle, author of The Narrative Shape of Emotions in the Preaching of John Chrysostom The problem was clear to John Chrysostom: many in his various congregations were not paying attention. …

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