Cursor Mundi

A companion to the journal Viator: Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Cursor Mundi is a book series consisting of inter- and multidisciplinary studies of the medieval and early modern world, viewed broadly as the period from late antiquity into the Enlightenment. Cursor Mundi means “Runner of the World” and welcomes investigations that similarly range across premodern global circuits. Like Viator, Cursor Mundi brings together outstanding work by scholars of the medieval, Renaissance, and early modern periods from a wide range of disciplines, emphasizing studies that focus on such processes as cultural exchange or the course of an idea through the centuries. Cursor Mundi volumes are generally single-authored books of at least 90,000 words or multiauthored collections such as groups of articles on a well-defined topic. The series also includes shorter studies of about 40,000 words by distinguished scholars on topics of broad interest.

General Director: Chris Chism (English, UCLA)
Editorial Board: Matthew Fisher (English, UCLA); Jessica Goldberg (History, UCLA); Javier Patiño Loira (Spanish & Portuguese, UCLA); Peter Stacey (History, UCLA); Erica Weaver (English, UCLA); Bronwen Wilson (Art History, UCLA); Luke Yarbrough (Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, UCLA).
Managing Editor: Allison McCann (CMRS, UCLA)

CM37
Geoffrey Symcox, Jerusalem in the Alps: The Sacro Monte of Varallo and the Sanctuaries of North-Western Italy (2019). ISBN: 978-2-503-58057-9
CM36
Pregnancy and Childbirth in the Premodern World: European and Middle Eastern Cultures, from Late Antiquity to the Renaissance, eds. C. Gislon Dopfel, A. Foscati, C. Burnett (2019). ISBN: 978-2-503-58055-5
CM35
Mythical Ancestry in World Cultures, 1400-1800, ed. S. Trevisan (2018). ISBN: 978-2-503-58009-8
CM34
Text, Transmission, and Transformation in the European Middle Ages, 1000–1500 (2018), eds. C. Griffin, E. Purcell. ISBN 978-2-503-56740-2
CM33
Andrea Vesalius and the Fabrica in the Age of Printing, eds. Rinaldo Fernando Canalis and Massimo Ciavolella (2018). ISBN: 978-2-503-57623-7
CM32
Temporality and Mediality in Late Medieval and Early Modern Culture, eds. Christian Kiening and Martina Stercken (2018). ISBN 978-2-503-55130-2
CM31
Visions of North in Premodern Europe, eds. Dolly Jørgensen and Virginia Langum (2018). ISBN 978-2-503-57475-2
CM30
James L. Smith, Water in Medieval Intellectual Culture. Case Studies from Twelfth-Century Monasticism (2017). ISBN 978-2-503-57233-8
CM29
Luigi Pulci in Renaissance Florence and Beyond. New Perspectives on his Poetry and Influence, eds. James Coleman and Andrea Moudarres (2017). ISBN 978-2-503-57439-4
CM28
Writing History in Medieval Poland: Bishop Vincentius of Cracow and the 'Chronica Polonorum' ed. D. von Güttner-Sporzyński (2017). ISBN: 978-2-503-56951-2
CM27
Graphic Signs of Identity, Faith, and Power in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages, ed. Ildar Garipzanov, Caroline Goodson, and Henry Maguire (2017). ISBN: 978-2-503-56724-2
CM26
Ksenia Bonch Reeves, Visions of Unity after the Visigoths: Early Iberian Latin Chronicles and the Mediterranean World (2016). ISBN 978-2-503-56509-5
CM25
The Mirror in Medieval and Early Modern Culture, ed. N. M. Frelick (2016). ISBN 978-2-503-56454-8
CM24
Ersie Cornilia Burke, The Greeks of Venice, 1498–1600: Immigration, Settlement, and Integration (2016). ISBN 978-2-503-55926-1
CM23
Elan Shoval, King John’s Delegation to the Almohad Court (1212): Medieval Interreligious Interactions and Modern Historiography (2016). ISBN: 978-2-503-55577-5
CM22
Fabrizio Ricciardelli, The Myth of Republicanism in Renaissance Italy (2015). ISBN 978-2-503-55417-4
CM21
Natalia I. Petrovskaia, Medieval Welsh Perceptions of the Orient (2015). ISBN 978-2-503-55155-5
CM 20
Viking Archaeology in Iceland: Mosfell Archaeological Project, ed. Davide Zori and Jesse Byock (2014). ISBN 978-2-503-54400-7
CM 19
Charles Russell Stone, From Tyrant to Philosopher-King: A Literary History of Alexander the Great in Medieval and Early Modern England (2013). ISBN 978-2-503-54539-4
CM 18
Tanya S. Lenz, Dreams, Medicine, and Literary Practice: Exploring the Western Literary Tradition Through Chaucer (2014). ISBN 978-2-503-53481-7
CM 17
Writing Down the Myths, ed. Joseph Falaky Nagy (2013). ISBN 978-2-503-54218-8
CM 16
Wendy J. Turner, Care and Custody of the Mentally Ill, Incompetent, and Disabled in Medieval England (2013). ISBN 978-2-503-54039-9
CM 15
Barbara Furlotti, A Renaissance Baron and His Possessions: Paolo Giordano I Orsini, Duke of Bracciano (1541–1585) (2012). ISBN 978-2-503-53474-9
CM 14
Alan John Fletcher, The Presence of Medieval English Literature: Studies at the Interface of History, Author, and Text in a Selection of Middle English Literary Landmarks (2012). ISBN 978-2-503-53680-4
CM 13
‘This Earthly Stage’: World and Stage in Late Medieval and Early Modern England, ed. Brett D. Hirsch and Christopher Wortham (2010). ISBN 978-2-503-53226-4
CM 12
Luigi Andrea Berto, The Political and Social Vocabulary of John the Deacon’s ‘Istoria Veneticorum’ (2013). ISBN 978-2-503-53159-5
CM 11
Approaching the Holy Mountain: Art and Liturgy at St. Catherine’s Monastery in the Sinai, ed. Sharon E. J. Gerstel and Robert S. Nelson (2010). ISBN 978-2-503-53127-4
CM10
The Faces of the Other: Religious Rivalry and Ethnic Encounters in the Later Roman World, ed. Maijastina Kahlos (2011). ISBN 978-2-503-53999-7
CM9
Saints and Their Lives on the Periphery: Veneration of Saints in Scandinavia and Eastern Europe (c. 1000–1200), ed. Haki Th. Antonsson and Ildar H. Garipzanov (2010). ISBN 978-2-503-53033-8
CM 8
Claudio Moreschini, Hermes Christianus: The Intermingling of Hermetic Piety and Christian Thought. (2011). ISBN 978-2-503-52960-8
CM7
Carmela Vircillo Franklin, Material Restoration: A Fragment from Eleventh-Century Echternach in a Nineteenth-Century Parisian Codex (2009). ISBN 978-2-503-52909-7
CM6
William Walker, ‘Paradise Lost’ and Republican Tradition from Aristotle to Machiavelli (2009). ISBN 978-2-503-52877-9
CM 5
Franks, Northmen, and Slavs: Identities and State Formation in Early Medieval Europe, ed. by Ildar H. Garipzanov, Patrick Geary, Przemyslaw Urbanczyk (2008). ISBN 978-2-503-52615-7
CM 4
Vehicles of Transmission, Translation, and Transformation in Medieval Textual Culture, ed. Robert Wisnovsky, Faith Wallis, Jamie C. Fumo, and Carlos Fraenkel (2011). ISBN 978-2-503-53452-7
CM3
Rethinking Virtue, Reforming Society: New Directions in Renaissance Ethics, c. 1350 – c. 1650, ed. David A. Lines and Sabrina Ebbersmeyer (2013). ISBN 978-2-503-52524-2
CM 2
Simha Goldin, The Ways of Jewish Martyrdom (2008). ISBN 978-2-503-52523-5
CM 1
Chris Jones, Eclipse of Empire? Perceptions of the Western Empire and Its Rulers in Late-Medieval France (2007). ISBN 978-2-503-52478-8

Cursor Mundi is published by Brepols Publishers under the auspices of the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of California, Los Angeles.

Please direct inquiries to CMRS Publications Manager, Dr. Allison McCann
allisonmccann@humnet.ucla.edu