Journal Viator, vol. 40:1

Viator 40, No. 1 (2009)

Volume 40, No. 1 (2009)

  • Pages: 410 p.
  • Size:175 x 255 mm
  • Illustrations:19 b/w
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2009

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-53084-0
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    The contents of this issue include:

    Charlene M. Eska, 'Varieties of Early Irish Legal Literature and the Cáin Lánamna Fragments';

    C. Stephen Jaeger, 'Philosophy, ca. 950–ca. 1050';

    Atria A. Larson, 'Bestowing Pardon and Favor: Emperor Henry III’s Pardons in Context';

    Karen Bollermann and Cary J. Nederman, 'John of Salisbury’s Second Letter Collection in Later Medieval England: unexamined Fragments from Huntington Library HM 128';

    Stephen Hanaphy, 'Ovidian Exile in the Letters of Peter of Blois ca. 1135–1212';

    Erik Kwakkel, 'Behind the Scenes of a Revision: Michael Scot and the Oldest Manuscript of His Abbreviatio Avicenne';

    Laurence W. Marvin, 'The White and Black Confraternities of Toulouse and the Albigensian Crusade, 1210–1211';

    Declan Lawell, 'Ne de ineffabili penitus taceamus: Aspects of the Specialized Vocabulary of the Writings of Thomas Gallus';

    Michael Hammer, 'De-Centering the Narratives and Privileging Proverbs: Two Early Modern Readings of the Conde Lucanor';

    Antonio García Espada, 'Marco Polo, Odorico of Pordenone, the Crusades, and the Role of the Vernacular in the First Descriptions of the Indies';

    Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski, 'Philippe de Mézière’s Life of Saint Pierre de Thomas at the Crossroads of Late Medieval Hagiography and Crusading Ideology';

    Mitzi Kirkland-Ives, 'Alternate Routes: Variation in Early Modern Stational Devotions';

    Nancy Vine Durling, 'British Library MS Harley 2253: A New Reading of the Passion Lyrics in Their Manuscript Context';

    Andrew Galloway, 'The Economy of Need in Late Medieval English Literature';

    Dana Wessell Lightfoot, 'The Projects of Marriage: Spousal Choice, Dowries, and Domestic Service in Early Fifteenth-Century Valencia';

    Jennifer Kolpacoff Deane, 'The Auffahrtabend Prophecy and Henry of Langenstein: German Adaptation and Transmission of the "Visio fratris Johannis"';

    Mary Raschko, 'Common Ground for Contrasting Ideologies: The Texts and Contexts of A Schort Reule of Lif'