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Medieval Paradigms: Volume I

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This collection of essays in two volumes explores patterns of medieval society and culture, spanning from the close of the late antique period to the beginnings of the Renaissance. In the first volume, the articles unravel the complexities of authority and community, and then turn to the multiple rubrics of behavior which bound and defined medieval societies. Volume 1 thus ends with a discussion of morality, from models of civic virtue (and vice) to Christian prescriptions and prohibitions.

"The essays in both volumes that make up this Festschrift are of a consistently high standard and deserve recognition as such." - The Medieval Review



Auteur
BRUCE C. BRASINGTON West Texas A&M PETER BROWN Princeton University ANNEMARIE WEYL CARR Southern Methodist University HOWELL CHICKERING Amherst College MARCIA L. COLISH Yale University, USA CHRISTOPHER K. GARDNER George Mason University ELIZABETH HALUSKA-RAUSCH PENELOPE D. JOHNSON New York University, USA WILLIAM CHESTER JORDAN Princeton University, USA E. ANN MATTER University of Pennsylvania, USA KARL F. MORRISON Rutgers University ALEXANDER MURRAY Oxford University, UK JAMES J. O'DONNELL Georgetown University DAVID PRICE Southern Methodist University

Texte du rabat

This collection of essays explores paradigms of medieval authority, community, morality and devotion, and how the patterns of medieval society have survived up to the present.

Contenu
Foreword Introduction Illustrations Abbreviations I: PARADIGMS OF AUTHORITY Abelard and Theology; M.L.Colish The 'People' in the Psalter of Saint Louis and the Leadership of Moses; W.C.Jordan Beware of Universities; A.Murray Negotiating Poetry at Court; D.Price II: PARADIGMS OF COMMUNITY Paulinus of Nola and the Poetry of Wealth; P.Brown Widows and Noble Remarriage in Eleventh and Twelfth-Century Montpellier; E.Haluska-Rausch Propaganda and Toulousan Identity through the Albigensian Crusade; C.K.Gardner Fighting Words and Wounded Honor in Late Fourteenth-Century France; P.Johnson Cypriot Funerary Icons; A.Weyl Carr III: PARADIGMS OF MORALITY Ivo of Chartres and the Presbyter of OrlTans; B.C.Brasington Rhetorical Stimulus in the Prick of Conscience ; H.Chickering Alberto Alfieri's Ogdoas; E.A.Matter 'Know Thyself' and Christian Art: The Dispute between William Tyndale and Thomas More; K.F.Morrison

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Medieval Paradigms: Volume I
Éditeur:
Code EAN: 9781403969163
ISBN: 978-1-4039-6916-3
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Linguistique et sciences de la littérature
nombre de pages: 287
Poids: 545g
Taille: H234mm x B234mm x T156mm
Année: 2005
Auflage: 2005

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