Journal Viator , vol. 38:2

Viator 38, No. 2 (2007)

  • Pages: 398 p.
  • Size:175 x 255 mm
  • Illustrations:34 b/w
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2007


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    Summary

    The articles in this issue comprise:

    Giles Constable, ‘Medieval Latin Metaphors’;

    Brian Noell, ‘Scholarship and Activism at Cîteaux in the Age of Innocent III’;

    Tracy Adams, ‘Performing the Medieval Art of Love: Medieval Theories of the Emotions and the Social Logic of the Roman de la Rose of Guillaume de Lorris’;

    James McEvoy and Michael Dunne, ‘A Pseudo-Grosseteste Treatise on Luxuria at Pavia’;

    Kate Dimitrova, ‘Class, Sex, and the Other: The Representation of Peasants in Set of Late Medieval Tapestries’;

    Michaela Paasche Grudin, ‘Making War on the Widow: Boccaccio’s Il Corbaccio and Florentine Liberty’;

    Ian Christopher Levy, ‘John Wyclif and the Primitive Papacy’;

    Karen Elizabeth Gross, ‘Hunting, Heraldry, and the Fall in the Boke of St. Albans’;

    Michael Van Dussen, ‘Conveying Heresy: ‘A Certayne Student’ and the Lollard-Hussite Fellowship’;

    Guendalina Ajello Mahler, ‘Ut Pictura Convivia: Heavenly Banquets and Infernal Feasts in Renaissance Italy’;

    Holt N. Parker, ‘The Magnificence of Learned Women’;

    Eric Rice, ‘Two Liturgical Responses to the Protestant Reformation at the Collegiate Church of Saint Mary in Aachen, 1570–1580’;

    The Theory and Practice of Friendship in the Middle Ages:

    Courtney DeMayo, ‘Ciceronian Amicitia in the Letters of Gerbert of Aurillac’;

    Rebecca L. Slitt, ‘Justifying Cross-Cultural Friendship: Bohemond, Firuz, and the Fall of Antioch’;

    H. M. Canatella, ‘Friendship in Anselm of Canterbury’s Correspondence: Ideals and Experience’;

    Constant J. Mews, ‘Cicero and the Boundaries of Friendship in the Twelfth Century’;

    Cary J. Nederman, ‘Friendship in Public Life during the Twelfth Century: Theory and Practice in the Writings of John of Salisbury’.