Time, Work and Culture in the Middle Ages
Jacques Le Goff is a prominent figure in the tradition of French medieval scholarship, profoundly influenced by the Annales school, notably, Bloch, Febvre, and Braudel, and by the ethnographers and anthropologists Mauss, Dumézil, and Lévi-Strauss. In building his argument for "another Middle Ages" (un autre moyen ge), Le Goff documents the emergence of the collective mentalité from many sources with scholarship both imaginative and exact.
Specifications of Time, Work and Culture in the Middle Ages
|Author||Jacques Le Goff|
|Publisher||University of Chicago Press|
|Number Of Pages||400|
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