Journal Viator , vol. 40:2

Viator 40, No. 2 (2009)

Volume 40, No. 2 (2009)

  • Pages: 392 p.
  • Size:175 x 255 mm
  • Illustrations:12 b/w
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2009


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    Summary

    The contents of this issue include:

    De dignitate conditionis humanae: Translation, Commentary, and Reception History of the Dicta Albini (Ps.-Alcuin) and the Dicta Candidi
    METTE LEBECH AND JAMES MCEVOY WITH JOHN FLOOD

    “Democratic” Action in Eleventh-Century Byzantium: Michael Attaleiates’s
    “Republicanism” in Context
    DIMITRIS KRALLIS

    The Purposeful Patron: Political Covenant in the Salerno Ivories
    ELIZABETH C. COREY

    Demetrius of Thessaloniki: Patron Saint of Crusaders
    ELIZABETH LAPINA

    Trouble in the Island of the Mighty: Kinship and Violence in Branwen ferch Lyr
    LESLEY JACOBS

    The Kingdom of Sicily and the Early University Movement
    PAUL OLDFIELD

    The Process of State-Formation in Medieval Iceland
    SVERRIR JAKOBSSON

    Liturgy and the Spiritual Experience of Religious Women at Santa Maria
    de Vallbona, Catalonia
    MICHELLE M. HERDER

    The de Reys (1220–1501): The Evolution of a “Middle-Class” Muslim Family
    in Christian Aragón
    BRIAN A. CATLOS

    Priestly Marriage: The Tradition of Clerical Concubinage in the Spanish Church
    MICHELLE ARMSTRONG-PARTIDA

    The Story of Engle and Scardying: Fragment of an Anglo-Norman Chronicle Roll
    DON C. SKEMER

    Practice and Knowledge in a Medieval Livre de Raison
    IONUT EPURESCU-PASCOVICI

    Rethinking the Recensions of the Confessio Amantis
    WIM LINDEBOOM

    Treating of Virtue: Intertextuality in a Fifteenth-Century Spanish Miscellany
    MICHAEL HAMMER

    Laughter in Rabelais’s Gargantua and Pantagruel: Utopia as Extra-Textual Place
    MEREDITH CLERMONT-FERRAND

    Forking Paths in Sixteenth-Century Philosophy: Charles de Bovelles and
    Giordano Bruno
    CESARE CATÀ