MIT professor’s book digs into the eclectic, textually linked reading choices of people in medieval London.
Judges in the I. Austin Kelly III Prize Competition will award two prizes of $600 each for outstanding scholarly or critical essays in the following fields: anthropology, archaeology, economics, film and media studies, history, the history of science and technology, linguistics, literature, music, philosophy, politics, theater, visual arts and women's studies.
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A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on March 4, 1998.