Journal Viator, vol. 36

Viator 36 (2005)

  • Pages: 624 p.
  • Size:175 x 255 mm
  • Illustrations:60 b/w
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2005

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-51629-5
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    BARBARA BAERT, 'The Pool of Bethsaïda: The Cultural History of a Holy Place in Jerusalem';
    ANDREW RABIN, 'Historical Re-Collections: Rewriting the World Chronicle in Bede's De temporum ratione';
    ILDAR H. GARIPZANOV, 'Communication of Authority in Carolingian Titles';
    COURTNEY M. BOOKER, 'A New Prologue of Walafrid Strabo';
    SHANNON AMBROSE, 'The Collectio Canonum Hibernensis and the Literature of the Anglo-Saxon Benedictine Reform';
    ANNA TAYLOR, 'Just Like a Mother Bee: Reading and Writing Vitae metricae around the Year 1000';
    ELIZABETH M. TYLER, 'Fictions of Family: The Encomium Emmae Reginae and Virgil's Aeneid';
    IRVEN M. RESNICK, 'Humoralism and Adam's Body: Twelfth-Century Debates and Petrus Alfonsi's Dialogus contra Judaeos';
    ISTVÁN BEJCZY, 'Law and Ethics: Twelfth-Century Jurists on the Virtue of Justice';
    JONATHAN P. GREEN, 'A New Gloss on Hildegard of Bingen's Lingua ignota';
    JAUME AURELL, 'From Genealogies to Chronicles: The Power of the Form in Medieval Catalan Historiography';
    ADNAN A. HUSAIN, 'Writing Identity as Remembered History: Person, Place, and Time in Friar Salimbene's Autobiographical Prose Map';
    MORGAN POWELL, 'Making the Psalter of Christina of Markyate (the St. Albans Psalter)';
    MICHELE BACCI, 'Cult-Images and Religious Ethnology: The European Exploration of Medieval Asia and the Discovery of New Iconic Religions';
    R. F. YEAGER, 'Chaucer's "To His Purse": Begging, or Begging Off?';
    NORMAN HOUSLEY, 'Perceptions of Crusading in the Mid-Fourteenth Century: The Evidence of Three Texts';
    MATTHEW GIANCARLO, 'The Septvauns Affair, Purchase, and Parliament in John Gower's Mirour de l'Omme';
    ROGER DAHOOD, 'The Punishment of the Jews, Hugh of Lincoln, and the Question of Satire in Chaucer's Prioress's Tale';
    DEBRA HIGGS STRICKLAND, 'Artists, Audience, and Ambivalence in Marco Polo's Divisament dou monde';
    KEVIN N. MOLL, 'Taking a Stand: The Spatial Factor in Vocal Polyphony of the Late Medieval Era';
    SEYMOUR FELDMAN, 'Platonic Cosmologies in the Dialoghi d'Amore of Leone Ebreo (Judah Abravanel)';
    CAECILIE WEISSERT, 'The Copying of Motifs and Stylistic Imitation in Netherlandish Art and in Art Theoretical Treatises of around 1600';
    LUCAS A. MARCHANTE-ARAGÓN, 'Temples of Dynastic Memory in the Seventeenth Century: Valladolid and London'.