List of IllustrationsAcknowledgementsNotes on Editors and ContributorsAbbreviationsIntroduction: Conceptualizing the Monstrous - Bettina Bildhauer and Robert MillsJesus as Monster - Robert MillsMonstrous Masculinities in Julian of Norwich's A Revelation of Love and The Book of Margery Kempe - Liz Herbert McavoyBlood, Jews and Monsters in Medieval Culture - Bettina BildhauerThe Other Close at Hand: Gerald of Wales and the 'Marvels of the West' - Asa Simon MittmanIdols and Simulacra: Paganity, Hybridity and Representation in Mandeville 's Travels - Sarah SalihDemonizing the Night in Medieval Europe: A Temporal Monstrosity? - Deborah Youngs and Simon HarrisApocalyptic Monsters: Animal Inspirations for the Iconography of Medieval North European Devourers - Aleks PluskowskiHell on Earth: Encountering Devils in the Medieval Landscape - Jeremy HarteEncountering the Monstrous: Saints and Dragons in Medieval Thought - Samantha J.E. RichesFurther readingIndex
Bettina Bildhauer is a research fellow in the Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages at Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge. Robert Mills is a lecturer in the Department of English Language and Literature at King's College London.