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This front matter section of the book titled Schools and Schooling in Late Medieval Germany: Regensburg, 1250-1500 contains the table of contents, acknowledgments, list of maps and list of abbreviations. The medieval educational landscape was complex, even chaotic. Educational opportunities varied significantly from place to place. The book examine the interface between the universities, the city, and the schools of Regensburg within the context of the demands of an increasingly complex civic bureaucracy, reflecting the extent to which Regensburg participated in broader European educational trends, demonstrating the role (and limits) of university education in social and economic mobility.

Keywords:economic mobility; Regensburg



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