JMEMS Forthcoming Issue

Versions of the Natural from Antiquity to Early Modernity

Issue Editors: Sarah Kay and Nicolette Zeeman
Volume 49, Number 3, September 2019s

Versions of the Natural
Sarah Kay and Nicolette Zeeman

Defining Nature in Medieval Cosmological Literature: The Founding Principle of Contradiction in the Cosmographia of Bernardus Silvestris, the Anonymous Placides et Timéo, and the Image du monde of Gossuin of Metz
Alice Lamy

&Aelig;thelwulf’s De abbatibus and the Anglo-Saxon Ecological Imagination
John T. R. Terry

Figures in the Landscape: Encounters and Entanglements in the Medieval Wilderness
Miranda Griffin

"The Animal Outside": Animal Ingenuity and Human Prudence in French Renaissance Political Thought
Raphaële Garrod

The Monstrous Birth of Alexander the Great: Thomas of Kent’s Roman de toute chevalerie and Twelfth-Century Natural Science
Mary Franklin-Brown

Nature as Norm in Medieval Medical Discussions of Maternal Breastfeeding and Wet-Nursing
Maaike van der Lugt

The Regurgitated Knife: Demonic Power and the Boundaries of Nature in Early Modern Medicine
Laura Sumrall

Scaling Nature: Microcosm and Macrocosm in Later Medieval Thought
Kellie Robertson

New Books across the Disciplines