Medieval Heresy: Popular Movements from the Gregorian Reform to the Reformation, 3rd Edition
August 2002, Wiley-Blackwell
1. The Problem with Heresy.
2. The Revival of Heresy in the West: The Eleventh Century.
Part II: The Twelfth Century.
3. Orthodox Reform and Heresy.
4. Heretical Preachers and the Rise of Catharism.
5. The Waldensians and the Deepening Crisis.
Part III: Heresy and the Church.
6. The Counter-Attack: Innocent III to Innocent IV.
7. The Cathars.
8. The Waldensians After the Conference of Bergamo.
9. Tension and Insecurity: Gregory X to John XXII.
10. Inquisition and Abuse.
11. Spiritual Franciscans and Heretical Joachimites.
Part IV: Evangelical Heresy in the Late Middle Ages.
12. Church and Society: Benedict XII to Eugenius IV.
13. John Wycliff.
14. The English Lollards.
15. The Bohemian Reform Movement.
16. Politics and Hussitism, 1409-1419.
17. Success and Failure: From the Defenestration to the Agreement at Jihlava.
18. The Unitas Fratum and the Development of Confessions.
19. Medieval Heresy and the Reformation.
20. Heresy and Reform.
- New edition of this highly successful history of heretical movements.
- Adds comment and summary on new work on the eleventh-century emergence of heresy.
- Remodels parts of the chapters on the Cathars, the Waldensians after 1218, and the Lollards.
- Updates the suggestions for introductory and further reading.