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Sample translations submitted: 2
Italian to English: Major published translations General field: Social Sciences Detailed field: History
Source text - Italian 1. Campanini, A. 2016. Il cibo e la storia: il Medioevo europeo. Roma: Carocci. (IT)
2. Montanari, Massimo. 2012. "Introduzione." (IT)
Translation - English 1. Campanini, Antonella. 2019. Food cultures in medieval Europe, Translated by Leah M. Ashe. PIE Lang: Brussels. ISBN 9782807610743 pbk. Available at https://www.peterlang.com/abstract/title/68393.
2. Montanari, Massimo (2012b). Introduction. Translated by Leah Ashe. In A Cultural History of Food. Ed. Fabio Parasecoli and Peter Scholliers. 6 Volumes. London and New York: Berg, 2012. Volume II: A Cultural History of Food in the Medieval Age, pp. 37-56.. Ed. Massimo Montanari.
Spanish to English: Major Published Translations General field: Social Sciences Detailed field: History
Translation - English 1. Benito, Pere. 2012a. Food Systems. Translated by Leah Ashe. In A Cultural History of Food. Ed. Fabio Parasecoli and Peter Scholliers. 6 Volumes. London and New York: Berg, 2012. Volume II: A Cultural History of Food in the Medieval Age, pp. 37-56. Ed. Massimo Montanari.
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