Journal Viator , vol. 44:2

Viator 44, No. 2 (2013)

  • Pages: 410 p.
  • Size:178 x 254 mm
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2013


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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Toward an Appraisal of the Wealth of the Ottonian Kings of Germany, 919–1024
    DAVID BACHRACH

    Death As A Symbolic Arena: Abbatial Leadership, Episcopal Authority, and the “Ostentatious Death” of Richard of Saint-Vanne (d. 1046)
    STEVEN VANDERPUTTEN

    Dating and Authorship of the Writings about Saint Gerald of Aurillac
    MATHEW KUEFLER

    The Atlants of Semur-en-Brionnais: Romanesque Transformations of Antique Motifs and the Battle against Heresy
    GIL FISHHOF

    Pious Men in Foreign Lands: Global-Historical Perspectives on the Migrations of Medieval Ascetics, Missionaries, and Pilgrims
    TILLMANN LOHSE

    The Vernacular Universe: Gossuin de Metz’s Image du Monde, Translatio Studii, and Vernacular Narrative
    KATHERINE A.BROWN

    The Stedinger Crusade: War, Remembrance, and Absence in Thirteenth-Century Germany
    MEGAN CASSIDY-WELCH

    To Taste (Sapere) Wisdom (Sapientia): Eucharistic Devotion in the Writings of Gertrude of Helfta
    ELLA JOHNSON

    The Arno Valley Landscape in Fifteenth-Century Florentine Painting
    LUBA FREEDMAN

    Pierre d’Ailly’s De falsis prophetis II and the Collectiones of William of Saint-Amour
    MAGDA HAYTON

    Negotiated Unions and Hostile Takeovers: Studying Religious Women’s Choices in Late Medieval Italy
    SHERRI FRANKS JOHNSON

    The Image of Virgin Mary in Words and Art: Praising the Mother of God in Fifteenth-Century Sweden
    JONAS CARLQUIST

    Organic Metaphors in “De concordantia catholica” of Nicholas of Cusa
    MARICA COSTIGLIOLO

    Divus Dionysius: Jean Gerson, Nicholas of Cusa, and the Interpretation of Pseudo-Dionysius’s Mystical Theology
    MATTHIEU VAN DER MEER

    Conjoined Twins, Medieval Biology, and Evolving Reflection on Individual Identity
    IRVEN RESNICK

    Paratexts in the Virtutes apostolorum
    ELS ROSE

    Eponymous: Perfect “Title” and the Emblazoned Name in Othello
    DENEEN SENASI