Book Series Rewriting the Middle Ages in the Twentieth Century , vol. 3

Rewriting the Middle Ages in the Twentieth Century

III.Political Theory and Practice

Julia Pavón Benito (ed)

  • Pages: 269 p.
  • Size:156 x 234 mm
  • Illustrations:16 b/w
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2015

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This is the third volume of the series 'Rewriting the Middle Ages in the Twentieth Century', focusing this time on medievalists who have contributed to a better understanding of medieval political thought, through their work in medieval studies.

Summary

This is the third volume of the series "Rewriting the Middle Ages in the Twentieth Century", focused this time on the medieval political thought.

This book offers an overview of the national and transnational traditions of the historiography and studies the main questions and the background of this discipline in the last century.

Essays for this new volume focus on the subject’s life, intellectual and academic training; discuss major works and historiographical heritage; and locate the medievalists who have contributed to the better understanding of medieval political thought, through their work in medieval studies. This interdisciplinary resource aims to include medievalists from different fields: history, art, literature, theology, among others.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. Ernst H. Kantorowicz (1895-1963) and Gabriel Naudé (1600-1653): From "Mysteries of State" to "Coups d’État"
António Bento, Universidade da Beira Interior, UBI (Covilhã, Portugal)

2. Percy Ernst Schramm (1894-1970): The Power of Symbols and the Symbols of Power
Jaume Aurell, Universidad de Navarra (Pamplona, Spain)

3. Walter Ullmann (1910-1983): The Limitations of Medieval Legal History
Israel Sanmartín, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela (Santiago de Compostela, Spain)

4. Joseph R. Strayer (1904-1987): The Medieval State From a Cold War Perspective
Julia Pavón Benito & Anna K. Dulska, Universidad de Navarra (Pamplona, Spain)

5. José Antonio Maravall (1911-1986): Historian of Medieval Spanish Social and Political Thought
Alejandro Diz, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos I (Madrid, Spain)

6. Luis Suárez Fernández (1924- ): A Contemporary Master of Spanish Medievalism
César Olivera Serrano, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (Madrid, Spain)

7. Stephan Kuttner (1907-1996): A Modern Approach to Medieval Canon Law
Joaquín Sedano, Universidad de Navarra (Pamplona, Spain)

8. Robert Louis Benson (1925-1996): Justification of Power in its ‘Formulae’
Nicolás Álvarez de las Asturias, Universidad Eclesiástica de San Dámaso (Madrid, Spain)

9. André Grabar (1896-1990): The Novel Conception of Iconography
Marta Serrano Coll, Universidad Rovira i Virgili (Tarragona, Spain)

10. Ferran de Sagarra i Siscar (1853-1939): On Sigillography and Political Theology
Alfons Puigarnau, Universitat Internacional de Catalunya (Barcelona, Spain)