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Katherine Fischer Drew, American history professor. Guggenheim fellow, 1959, Fulbright scholar, 1965, National Endowment of the Humanities senior fellow, 1974-1975

Katherine Fischer Drew, American history professor. Guggenheim fellow, 1959, Fulbright scholar, 1965, National Endowment of the Humanities senior fellow, 1974-1975. Fellow Mediaeval Academy American (council 1974-1977, Second vice president to president 1985-1987, delegate to American Council Learned Societies 1977-1981); member American History Association (council 1983-1986), Phi Beta Kappa.

1 5 Authority and Power: Studies in Medieval Law and Government .

16 This appears here for the first time. The essays in this book span nearly twenty years, and t make no apology for having sometimes changed my mind. But readers will be aware of a larger shift in perspective, and for this 1 owe an explanation. I will put it in terms of three debts.

Michael Sheehan was killed in a tragic bicycling accident at the age of sixtyseven. He left a major monograph, a revision of his doctoral dissertation on The Will in Medieval England: From the Conversion of the Anglo-Saxons to the End of the Thirteenth Century,1 and a widely scattered collection of papers. The papers are all significant, and some of them are path-breaking. His memory is well served by the collection of sixteen reprinted here. Sheehan's work focused on marriage and the family in the Middle Ages, particularly as it was reflected in English legal practice.

Charles Donahue, J. arvard Law School 1. Studies and Texts, 6 (Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval . Similarly Mary, as the bearer of the Word, was seen to have dominion over legalities, embodied in legal documents such as charters

Charles Donahue, J. Studies and Texts, 6 (Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 1963). 2. Marriage, Family, pp. 16-30. Similarly Mary, as the bearer of the Word, was seen to have dominion over legalities, embodied in legal documents such as charters. Occupying ‘a liminal space between Judaism and Christianity’, Mary is well positioned to both intercede against Jews and convert them. One of Boyarin’s main points is that the Mary that emerges from these English miracles is not always the familiar gentle and benevolent Virgin of mercy but a stern judge, a fierce and learned advocate able to battle demons and penetrate hell.

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