Journal Viator , vol. 35

Viator 35 (2004)

  • Pages: 626 p.
  • Size:175 x 255 mm
  • Illustrations:35 b/w
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2004


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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Phoebe Robinson, 'Dead Boethius: Sixth-Century Accounts of a Future Martyr';
    Christoph Sonnlechner, 'The Establishment of New Units of Production in Carolingian Times: Making Early Medieval Sources Relevant for Environmental History';
    Simon Coupland, 'The Carolingian Army and the Struggle against the Vikings';
    John B. Freed, 'Bavarian Wine and Woolless Sheep: The Urbar of Count Sigiboto IV of Falkenstein (1126-ca. 1198)
    Clare Monagle, 'The Trial of Ideas: Two Tellings of the Trial of Gilbert of Poitiers';
    Jay Rubenstein, 'Putting History to Use: Three Crusade Chronicles in Context';
    K. A. Laity, 'Translating Saint as (Vi)King: St. Olaf in the Heimskringla';
    Janine Larmon Peterson, 'Social Roles, Gender Inversion, and the Heretical Sect: The Case of the Guglielmites';
    Lorenzo Candelaria, 'El Cavaller de Colunya: A Miracle of the Rosary in the Choirbooks of San Pedro Mártir de Toledo'
    Sarit Shalev-Eyni, 'Cosmological Signs in Calculating the Time of Redemption: The Christian Crucifixion and the Jewish New Moon of Nissan';
    Louise Nelstrop, 'The Merging of Eremetic and "Affectivist" Spirituality in Richard Rolle's Reshaping of Contemplation';
    Scott Kleinman, 'Animal Imagery and Oral Discourse in Havelok's First Fight';
    Lawrence Besserman, 'Chaucer, Spain, and the Prioress's Antisemitism';
    Brendan Cassidy, 'Laughing with Giotto at Sinners in Hell';
    Joseph L. Grossi, Jr., 'Imaging Genoa in Late Medieval England';
    Karen Elaine Smyth, 'Changing Times in the Cultural Discourse of Late Medieval England';
    Ruth Kennedy, 'Spalding's Alliterative Katherine Hymn: A Guild Connection from the South-East Midlands?';
    R. F. Yeager, 'Gower's Lancastrian Affinity: The Iberian Connection';
    Neil Cartlidge, 'The Battle of Shrovetide: Carnival against Lent as a Leitmotif in Late Medieval Culture';
    Sherry Roush, 'Dante Ravennate and Boccaccio Ferrarese? Post-Mortem Residency in Late Medieval Culture';
    Jenny Jordan, 'Galley Warfare in Renaissance Intellectual Layering: Lepanto through Actium';
    Holt N. Parker, 'Women and Humanism: Nine Factors for the Woman Learning';
    Peter Burke, 'Reflections on the Cultural History of Time'.