Journal Viator, vol. 38:1

Viator 38, No. 1 (2007)

  • Pages: 404 p.
  • Size:175 x 255 mm
  • Illustrations:18 b/w
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2007

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-52333-0
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    This issue comprises the following articles:

    Ramsey MacMullen, ‘The Search for Orthodoxy A.D. 325-553’;

    Marjorie O’Rourke Boyle, ‘Augustine’s Heartbeat: From time to Eternity’;

    Luigi Andrea Berto, ‘Oblivion, Memory, and Irony in Medieval Montecassino: Narrative Strategies of the ‘‘Chronicles of St. Benedict of Cassino’’’;

    David S. Bachrach, ‘Memory, Epistemology, and the Writing of Early Medieval Military History: The Example of Bishop Thietmar of Merseburg (1009-1018)’;

    Steven Vanderputten, ‘Fulcard’s Pigsty: Cluniac Reformers, Dispute Settlement, and the Lower Aristocracy in Early Twelfth-Century Flanders’;

    Elizabeth Lapina, ‘‘Nec signis nec testibus creditur …’’: The Problem of Eyewitnesses in the Chronicles of the First Crusade’;

    Sally L. Burch, ‘Leprosy and Law in Béroul’s Roman de Tristran’;

    Jonathan Ray, ‘The Jews between Church and State in Reconquest Iberia: The Evidence of the Ecclesiastical Tithe’;

    Claire M. Waters, ‘The Labor of Aedificatio and the Business of Preaching in the Thirteenth Century’;

    Ármann Jakobsson, ‘Masculinity and Politics in Njáls Saga’;

    Cordelia Warr, ‘Re-reading the Relationship between Devotional Images, Visions, and the Body: Clare of Montefalco and Margaret of Città di Castello’;

    Clementine Oliver, ‘The First Political Pamphlet? The Unsolved Case of the Anonymous Account of the Good Parliament of 1376’;

    David Matthews, ‘Lawrence Minot, Edward III, and Nationalism’;

    John Block Friedman, ‘Chaucer’s Pardoner, Rutebeuf’s ‘‘Dit de l’Herberie,’’ the ‘‘Dit du Mercier,’’ and Cultural History’;

    Mary C. Erler, ‘‘‘A Revelation of Purgatory’’ (1422): Reform and the Politics of Female Vsions’;

    Marios Philippides, ‘The Fall of Constantinople 1453: Classical Comparisons and the Circle of Cardinal Isidore’;

    Ross Hamilton, ‘Bruegel’s Falling Figures’.