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In Defining Heresy, Irene Bueno investigates the methods and discourses of anti-heretical repression in the first half of the fourteenth century, focusing on the figure of Jacques Fournier/Benedict XII (c.1284-1342), bishop-inquisitor, theologian, and, eventually, pope at Avignon.
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Irene Bueno, PhD (2010), European University Institute, has been Marie Curie Fellow at the EHESS, Paris. She is the author of Le eresie medievali (Rome, 2013), was guest editor for Medieval Encounters (2015) and has published articles in various journals, including Speculum (2014).Review:
An "important and exciting book."
Claire Taylor, University of Nottingham. In: The Journal of Religious History, Literature and Culture, Vol. 3, No. 1 (June 2017), pp. 126-129.
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