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History of Universities: Volume XXXII / 1-2


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John Watts: Introduction 1: Jeremy Catto: Towards the Courtier: the University Formation of Public Servants 2: Clive Burgess: Fox's Choice: Founding a Secular College in Oxford 3: Paul Cavill: Church, State, and Corpus: the Founder's Years 4: Pamela King: Patronage, Performativity, and Ideas of Corpus Christi 5: Miri Rubin: Corpus Christi College, Oxford as an Emotional Community 6: David Rundle: Corpus Before Erasmus, or the English Humanist Tradition and Greek Before the Trojans 7: Joanna Weinberg: Corpus Christi College's 'Trilingual Library': a Historical Assessment 8: Gavin Williamson: Making Do? Musical Participation in Early Tudor Education 9: William Whyte: Building Corpus Christi 10: Julian Reid: Living in a Sixteenth-Century College 11: Susan Brigden: Corpus Christi College, the City and the Court in the Reign of Henry VIII 12: Richard Rex: Corpus Christi College and the Early Reformation 13: Lucy Kaufman: Pensioners, Prisoners and Pupils: Corpus Christi College's Charity in Tudor Oxford 14: Alexandra Gajda: Corpus Christi, Catholics, and the Elizabethan Reformation 15: Tony Grafton: Brian Twyne: University History and the Traditions of English Antiquarianism Felicity Heal: Closing Remarks I Diarmaid MacCulloch: Closing Remarks II Mordechai Feingold: Closing Remarks III

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Mordechai Feingold, Professor of History, California Institute of Technology, John Watts, Professor of Later Medieval History, Corpus Christi College, Oxford

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