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Bettina Bildhauer, Medieval Blood (Religion and Culture in the Middle Ages Series), University of W.April 2011 · The Medieval History Journal. Territory and society in Medieval Guipuzcoa: The elders. The War of the Bands was a civil war, really an extended series of blood feuds, in the western Basque Country in the Late Middle Ages. There are three types of confrontations in these battles: nobility against peasantry, nobility against towns and nobility against itself.
Religion and Culture in the Middle Ages. Dr Bettina Bildhauer is Lecturer in German at the University of St. Andrews. By (author) Bettina Bildhauer. Medieval Blood discusses from an interdisciplinary perspective how medieval writers saw the body as a container of blood and the significance they attributed to this. Through examination and analysis of these issues, the author brings new insights into medieval culture which contributes a new and crucial chapter in the history of the body.
Routledge Studies in Medieval Religion and Culture is a book series published by Routledge relating to the religion and culture of medieval Europe. The Barbarian North in Medieval Imagination: Ethnicity, Legend, and Literature, Robert W. Rix, 2014. Envisaging Heaven in the Middle Ages, Carolyn Muessig & Ad Putter, 2006. The Invention of Saintliness, Anneke B. Mulder-Bakker, 2002.
The book is a serious and carefully assembled collection of papers, as usual in the works in charge of Jane Chance. For a Tolkien fan and a intended medievalist philologue, what I would like to be, it is a real party. The articles in general are of very good level. I enjoyed specially . lieger's "Tolien's wild men", a true archetype of academic exposition, orginal and reliable. I would propose it as a model of style and way of work.
In the Early Middle Ages (c. 476-1000. In the Early Middle Ages (c. 476-1000 CE), long-established pagan beliefs and practices entwined with those of the new religion so that many people who would have identified as 'Christian' would not have been considered so by orthodox authority figures. Practices such as fortune-telling, dowsing, making charms, talismans, or spells to ward off danger or bad luck, incantations spoken while sowing crops or weaving cloth, and many other daily observances were condemned by the medieval Church which tried to suppress them.
Current preoccupations with the body have led to a growing interest in the intersections between religion . An exploration of the relations between medical and religious discourse and practice in medieval culture, focussing on how they are affected by gender.
Current preoccupations with the body have led to a growing interest in the intersections between religion, literature and the history of medicine, and, more specifically, how they converge within a given culture. Current preoccupations with the body have led to a growing interest in the intersections between religion, literature and the history of medicine, and, more specifically, how they converge within a given culture.
University of Wales Press. Peter Lord University Of Wales April 1st. Medieval Vision (The Visual Culture of Wales) by Peter Lord. uk: Jane Cartwright: Books. University of Wales Press.
Medieval Blood is the first interdisciplinary account of one of the most crucial elements of the medieval imagination: blood. Taking blood and bodies seriously, this volume uses cutting-edge theory to propose that blood possesses the ability to shape the body as a distinct identity, transforming it from an unenclosed, diverse, and not unified vessel into a whole distinct from its surroundings—all through various strategies of discourse and investigation, each of which rely “wholeheartedly” on blood.
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