Journal Viator, vol. 39:1

Viator 39, No. 1 (2008)

Volume 39, No. 1 (2008)

  • Pages: 386 p.
  • Size:175 x 255 mm
  • Illustrations:11 b/w
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2008

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-52782-6
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    The contents of this issue include:

    Jessie Sherwood, 'A Convert of 1096: Guillaume, Monk of Flaix, Converted from the Jew';

    Jehangir Malegam, 'No Peace for the Wicked: Conflicting Visions of Peacemaking in an Eleventh-Century Monastic Narrative';

    Alexander Kulik, 'Judeo-Greek Legacy in Medieval Rus’';

    James T. McIlwain, 'Theory and Practice in the Anglo-Saxon Leechbooks: The Case of Paralysis';

    Anna Harrison, '“Oh! What Treasure Is In This Book?” Writing, Reading, and Community at the Monastery of Helfta';

    Thomas Devaney, 'Competing Spectacles in the Venetian Feste delle Marie';

    Nicole Lassahn, 'Langland’s Rats Revisited: Conservatism, Commune, and Political Unanimity';

    Jorge Ortuño Molina, 'Local  Elites and Royal Power in Late Medieval Castile: The Example of the Marquesado de Villena';

    Mary A. Rouse and Richard H. Rouse, 'Prudence, Mother of Virtues: The Chapelet des vertus and Christine de Pizan';

    Dallas G. Denery II, 'Christine de Pizan against the Theologians: The Virtue of Lies in The Book of the Three Virtues';

    P. J. P. Goldberg, 'Childhood and Gender in Later Medieval England';

    Greti Dinkova-Bruun, 'Rewriting Scripture: Latin Biblical Versification in the Later Middle Ages';

    Cesare Catà, 'Perspicere Deum: Nicholas of Cusa and European Art of the Fifteenth Century';

    A. Compton Reeves, 'John Gunthorpe: Keeper of Richard III’s Privy Seal, Dean of Wells Cathedral';

    Constantin Fasolt, 'Hegel’s Ghost: Europe, the Reformation, and the Middle Ages'.