Reapproaching inquisition records

David Zbíral & Robert L. J. Shaw have published the most up-to-date summary of the rich debate on the uses of medieval inquisition records. In a last, substantial section, the article explains the core of DISSINET's research agenda concerning the social, spatial, and discursive patterns of medieval dissidence, inquisition, and heresy trial records. The article is published in Religions.

2 Dec 2022 CEDRR

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David Zbíral & Robert L. J. Shaw outline the main directions of DISSINET's research agenda (Dissident Networks Project, in the recently published article "Hearing Voices: Reapproaching Medieval Inquisition Records" ( in a broad context of debates on the uses of heresy trial records. The piece was published in Religions (Scopus Q1). DISSINET has been silent for a while, but a lot has been happening - enjoy the read.

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