Medieval Monasticism: A Select Bibliography

By Giles Constable

© 1976

Medieval Monasticism is a bibliography meant as a guide to medieval monasticism, giving direction to the most important works in the subject and is prepared by an expert in the field, Dr. Constable. The bibliography has three aims: it meant to aid students who are relatively new to the area of study, to guide more advanced readers in a subject where they have had little formal training, and to assist new libraries in forming a basic collection in the subject presented. 

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  • Page Count: 196 pages
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Medieval Monasticism is a bibliography meant as a guide to medieval monasticism, giving direction to the most important works in the subject and is prepared by an expert in the field, Dr. Constable.

Medieval Monasticism: A Select Bibliography

By Giles Constable

© 1976

Medieval Monasticism is a bibliography meant as a guide to medieval monasticism, giving direction to the most important works in the subject and is prepared by an expert in the field, Dr. Constable. The bibliography has three aims: it meant to aid students who are relatively new to the area of study, to guide more advanced readers in a subject where they have had little formal training, and to assist new libraries in forming a basic collection in the subject presented. 

Product Details

  • Series: Heritage
  • World Rights
  • Page Count: 196 pages
  • Dimensions: 6.0in x 0.5in x 8.0in
  • Author Information

    Giles Constable is a professor emeritus of Medieval History at the School of Historical Studies, Institute for Advanced Learning, Princeton University.



    John Leyerle is former dean of the School of Graduate Studies and member of the Department of English, University of Toronto.

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