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Editors: William J. Courtenay (Madison), Jürgen Miethke (Heidelberg), Frank Rexroth (Göttingen) and Jacques Verger (Paris) Advisory board: Jeremy Catto (Oxford), Daniel Hobbins (Notre Dame) and Roberto Lambertini (Macerata)
A peer-reviewed forum for monographic and broader studies dealing with the structure, content and influence of educational institutions from late antiquity to the seventeenth century.
Johannes Reuchlin’s Augenspiegel (1511) was a radical political publication aimed to preserve Jewish books from destruction and the consequent loss of irreplaceable knowledge. This first complete and extensively annotated translation provides an insight into the authorities’ attitude to Judaism ...
This biography of Stephen Langton, the Parisian master of theology and archbishop of Canterbury (1207-1228), focuses on his political commitment as a prelate in a period of considerable crisis and upheaval in England, and establishes Langton’s substantial contribution to the making of the Magna ...
Infinity contemplatio explores the development of late medieval Franciscan (Scotist) thought and its contribution to the shaping of Huldrych Zwingli's reformational theology. Evidence of continuity is based on an extensive edition of Zwingli’s annotations to Scotus and contemporary Scotism.
Edited by Thomas M. Izbicki and Christopher M. Bellitto
This volume examines the theme of Reform in medieval and early modern thought from a variety of viewpoints. These articles will be useful for the study of intellectual history, ecclesiastical history, the history of spirituality and medieval Apocalypticism.
Daniel C. Fouke
Fouke examines the anti-enthusiastical crusade of the Cambridge Platonist, Henry More, while exploring connections between Hermeticism, Cartesianism, and religious radicalism. More is shown to offer, through the dialectical employment of speech genres, a consistent ideal of the spiritual life.
Daniel Riches, University of Alabama
In Protestant Cosmopolitanism and Diplomatic Culture, Daniel Riches investigates seventeenth-century Brandenburg-Swedish relations to present an image of early modern diplomacy driven by interpersonal networks grounded in their members’ educational backgrounds, intellectual and cultural ...
Edited by Randolph C. Head, University of California, Riverside and Daniel Christensen, Biola University
Interdisciplinary essays on early modern Germany that address orthodoxy and its challenges in religion, politics, and the arts. Confronting the transformation of normative canons after the Reformation, the essays investigate authority and knowledge in an era of shifting cultural foundations.
Édité par Patrick Gilli, Jacques Verger et Daniel Le Blévec
The incorporation of universities into medieval cities produced specific difficulties for and benefits to urban communities. Ranging from Coimbra to Prague, the case studies collected in this volume examine the particular forms of contact between two institutions which marked the Middle Ages.
This book describes the Karaite contribution to the development of Jewish biblical exegesis in the Islamic East during the tenth century. Comprising a series of linked, thematic studies, it includes extensive selections from manuscript sources in Judeo-Arabic with English translation.
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