\"Bioterrorismus\" im Mittelalter?

Teresa Schenk
Writing about historical epidemics is currently in vogue. The following review essay advocates for a critical look at the narrative patterns handed down in plague historiography. The siege of Caffa in 1346/7 serves as an example. It is often cited as a key moment for the spread of the Black Death to Europe and moreover as an early act of bio-terrorism. The latest article by Hannah Barker and other current research raise questions about the...
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