Crime is a matter of interpretation, especially in the Middle Ages, when societies faced with new ideas and pressures were continually forced to rethink what a crime was-and what was a crime. These essays reveal how various forces in medieval society interacted and competed in interpreting and influencing mechanisms for social control. Contributors: Christopher Cannon, Elizabeth Fowler, Louise O. Fradenburg, Claude Gauvard, James H. Landman, William Perry Marvin, William Ian Miller, Louise Mirrer, Walter Prevenier.
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