2 edition of Aspects of the performative in medieval culture found in the catalog.
Aspects of the performative in medieval culture
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Manuele Gragnolati, Almut Suerbaum.|
|Series||Trends in medieval philology -- v. 18|
|Contributions||Gragnolati, Manuele., Suerbaum, Almut.|
|LC Classifications||PN88 .A77 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9783110222463, 9783110222470|
|LC Control Number||2010005460|
This group identity informed, and was formulated by, the presentation of their relics, as well as much of the imagery associated with this cult. This book explores the visual, textual, performative, and perceptual aspects of this phenomenon, with particular emphasis on painting and sculpture in late medieval Cologne. Book History is devoted to every aspect of the history of the book, broadly defined as the history of the creation, dissemination, and reception of script and print. It publishes research on the social, economic, and cultural history of authorship, editing, printing, the book arts, publishing, the book trade, periodicals, newspapers, ephemera, copyright, censorship, literary.
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Aspects of the Performative in Medieval Culture (Trends in Medieval Philology) 1st Edition by Almut Suerbaum (Author, Editor), Manuele Gragnolati (Editor) ISBN Cited by: 3.
Aspects of the performative in medieval culture / edited by Manuele Gragnolati, Almut Suerbaum. ˜ (Trends in medieval philology, ISSN X ; v. 18) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (print: alk. paper) ISBN (e-book) 1. Literature, Medieval ˜ History and criticism ˜ Theory, etc. Medieval Culture ‘betwixt and between’: An introduction Performing the Penitential Psalms in the Middle Ages ‘Remember me in your prayers’Reading the Church Slavonic Psalter as an act of commemoration.
Aspects of the performative in medieval culture. Summary: The volume assesses performative structures within a variety of medieval forms of textuality, from vernacular literature to records of parliamentary proceedings, from prayer books to musical composition.
Aspects of the Performative in Medieval Culture. by Gragnolati, Manuele / Suerbaum, Almut. Series: Book Book Series. Medieval Culture ‘betwixt and between’: An introduction. Download PDF. ‘Präsenzeffekte’: Performative presence in ritual acts of remembrance.
Performing the Penitential Psalms in the Middle Ages. Aspects of the Performative in Medieval Culture. Edited by Gragnolati, Manuele / Suerbaum, Almut. DE GRUYTER. Pages: 39– ISBN (Online): DOI (Chapter): DOI (Book): in Aspects of the Performative in Medieval Culture.
Pages: VII–VIII DOI: Book. Aspects of the Performative in Medieval Culture Details Edited by. Aspects of the Performative in Medieval Culture. Download PDF Viewer. Book License. Contributor(s) Suerbaum, Almut (editor) The volume assesses performative structures within a variety of medieval forms of textuality, from vernacular literature to records of parliamentary proceedings, from prayer books to musical composition.
Three issues Cited by: 3. Description: The volume assesses performative structures within a variety of medieval forms of textuality, from vernacular literature to records of parliamentary proceedings, from prayer books to musical composition. Three issues are central to the volume: the role of ritual speech acts; the way in which authorship can be seen as created within medieval texts rather than as a given category; finally, phenomena of voice, created and situated between citation and repetition.
Three issues are central to the volume: the role of ritual speech acts; the way in which authorship can be seen as created within medieval texts rather than as a given category; finally, phenomena.
Three issues are central to the volume: the role of ritual speech acts; the way in which authorship can be seen as created within medieval texts rather than as a given category; finally, phenomena of voice, created and situated between citation and repetition, especially in forms which appropriate and.
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Aspects of the Performative in Medieval Culture (Trends in Medieval Philology) Almut Suerbaum,Manuele Gragnolati Published by Walter de Gruyter & Co (). A follow-up publication to the Handbook of Medieval Studies, this new reference work turns to a different focus: medieval culture.
Medieval research has grown tremendously in depth and breadth over the last decades. Particularly our understanding of medieval culture, of the basic living conditions, and the specific value system prevalent at. In this way, all of the examples cited offer a resonant perspective on the performative aspects of early English culture.
Following on from her previous work on gender in medieval drama, Katie Normington also includes examples of performance that foreground feminine involvement. It is in its wider claims to be theoretically ground-breaking, however, that the book is also sometimes irksome.
There are unnecessarily polemical outbursts, broadly targeting current ‘medieval drama’ scholarship which, Symes claims, focuses disproportionately on English material, and which fails to acknowledge wider performative cultures.
Aspects of the Performative in Medieval Culture (Inbunden, ), Inbunden - Se billigste pris hos PriceRunner Sammenlign priser fra 2 butikker SPAR på dit køb nu. “Authorship and Performance in Dante’s Vita nova”, in Aspects of the Performative in Medieval Culture, ed.
by Manuele Gragnolati and Almut Suerbaum. Berlin-New. Late medieval wills are utterly different from Anglo-Saxon ones in that they are the product of a relatively literate culture in which drafters followed the format of Latin testaments; in this sense late medieval wills are similar to modern ones because they conform to the model of autonomous, formal text.
Although Cohen does not directly deal with literary and visual representations of pain, scholars interested in examining the presence and construction of pain and suffering in medieval literature and art could benefit enormously from this study as a blueprint for thinking about the normative, expressive, and performative aspects of pain in medieval culture.
The book should also appeal more widely to those interested in general social and intellectual histories or the history. The Pietà and the Mystic: Devotional Objects and Performative Identity in The Book of Margery Kempe. In chapter 60 of The Book of Margery Kempe (c), Margery is in Norwich when she meets a lady who wishes to take her for dinner.
‘As honest wolde, sche went to the cherch ther the lady herd hir servyse, wher this creatur sey a fayr. ‘Performative Desires: Sereni’s Re-staging of Dante and Petrarch’, in Aspects of the Performative in Medieval Culture, ed. by Manuele Gragnolati and Almut Suerbaum (Berlin; New York: De Gruyter, ), pp.
practice–late medieval liturgy–that is almost overwhelmingly fraught with minutiae. Yardley’s focus is the performative experience–the lived liturgy, enacted through music–in these women’s lives.
She elucidates the significance of gender for the role of the abbess’, aspects reserved to male clerics and what authority could be accorded. "A Common Stage is the kind of book one hopes for.
It is a tour de force, a rare combination of erudition, elegant prose, and brilliance. On every page the author offers new and penetrating insights into the history of medieval drama and theatrical culture in thirteenth-century France and into their political, economic, and religious contexts in the cities of the : $ This exhibition cel- ebrated the performative aspects of medieval books, the ways in which ear- ly printed books performed medieval texts as well as images of the Americas for early modern readers, and the ways in which medieval books have inspired new works by authors, artists, and composers in modern Europe and the Americas.
"Translation and the Transmission of Culture between and " is a companion volume to "Medieval Translators and Their Craft" (Medieval Institute Publications, ) and, like "Medieval Translators," its aim is to provide the modern reader with a deeper understanding of the early centuries of translation in France.
The volume makes an important contribution to our understanding of the use of the Bible in medieval England and its most lasting effect, as I have indicated, is to provoke questions and prompt a host of ideas for further research.
Notes. James Morey, Book and Verse: A Guide to Middle English Biblical Literature (Chicago, IL, ).Back to (1). This paper analyses the performative aspect of tears in the lives of the two women. Though separated by centuries, the pair are united in their explicit hunger for fame, and their dynamic bodily performances.
Tears (bodily “evidence”) are not enough to cement Margery’s spiritual fame. In the Middle Ages, liturgies, books, song, architecture and poetry were performed as collaborative activities in which performers and audience together realized their work anew. Essays by leading scholars analyse how the medieval arts invited and delighted in collaborative performances designed to : Hardcover.
Sanctity and Pornography in Medieval Culture: On the Verge Sanctity and Pornography in Medieval Culture: On the Verge Kay, Sarah 80 REVIEWS Wahlen is rather too discursive, and there is a lack of clear focus; this is a pity, since few readers will be familiar with Meliadus, no edition of it having yet been published.
Whether it is the binding of shattered bones or the creation of herbal remedies, human agency is a central feature of the healing process. Both archaeological and anthropological research has contributed much to our understanding of the performative aspects of medicine.
Annie Sutherland, "Performing the Penitential Psalms in the Middle Ages," in Aspects of the Performative in Medieval Culture, ed. Almut Suerbaum and Manuele Gragnolati (Berlin: De Gruyter, ), pp. [PNA77 eb].
Bart Ramakers is Professor of Historical Dutch Literature at the University of Groningen. He specialises in medieval and sixteenth-century drama and has a particular interest in the intersections between performative and visual culture.
He is an editor of the Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art (NKJ). Instead, his book delivers arguments related to the s elf-representative aspect of 1 For a short but comprehensive study on this topic, see Imsen Colle^um le Emotion and the Seduction of the Senses, Baroque to Neo-Baroque examines the relationship between the cultural productions of the baroque in the seventeenth century and the neo-baroque in our contemporary world.
It asks the question: "Is the baroque a recurring phenomenon that has returned in aspects of contemporary global culture, or is it something specific to the early modern period?".
Book Description: Miracles of Book and Bodyis the first book to explore the intersection of two key genres of sacred literature in medieval Japan: sutras, or sacred Buddhist texts, andsetsuwa, or "explanatory tales," used in sermons and collected in written most of East Asia, Buddhist sutras were written in classical Chinese and inaccessible to many devotees.
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Gragnolati, A. Suerbaum, Trends in Medieval Philology, ed. Kasten, N. Largier, M. Schnyder, vol. 18 (Berlin — New York: De Gruyter, ), Almost all of medieval literature, theater, and popular culture appear in this context. This lecture sketches out this broader context and then focuses on one of the most fascinating aspects: the assumption that even if one died and fell into hell, one could.
Medieval Institute Publications publishes a series of edited collections, Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Culture, and a sister monograph series, Research in Medieval and Early Modern Culture.
The series were originally inspired by themes drawn from the annual International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo. This book explores the visual, textual, performative, and perceptual aspects of this phenomenon, with particular emphasis on painting and sculpture in late medieval Cologne.
Examining the ways in which both texts and images worked as vestments, garbing the true core of relics which formed the body of the cult, the book examines the cult from.Performativity is a concept that can be thought of as a language which functions as a form of social action and has the effect of change.
The concept has multiple applications in diverse fields such as anthropology, social and cultural geography, economics, gender studies (social construction of gender), law, linguistics, performance studies, history, management studies and philosophy.Get Book.
Book Description: Medieval manuscript culture organizes reading as a visual experience. Early fifteenth-century Paris saw a proliferation of luxury manuscripts whose illuminations situate the reader as spectator.
Christine de Pizan understood this visual aspect of medieval texts and exploited it throughout her work.