Search: Book, 2008
David L. Sheffler
Through a detailed reconstruction of schooling in late medieval Regensburg, this book provides fresh insights into the complex cultural, political, and institutional contexts in which the educational expansion of the late Middle Ages took place.
This book argues that during the Middle Ages there was a pillaging problem attached to ecclesiastical interregna, that the nature of ecclesiastical elections contributed to the problem, and the problem in turn contributed to the initiation of the Great Western Schism.
Rainer C. Schwinges
The contributions to this volume focus on students and graduates from German and European universities in the Middle Ages. In a range of different perspectives, they analyse the interdependencies between university and society, concentrating on the role academic formation played for the ...
This book reconstructs the scholastic arguments about marital indissolubility and papal power that lay behind John XXII’s 1322 constitution Antique Concertationi. It illustrates the dynamic relationship between canon law and theology, and the tensions between papal authority and academic ...
Ranging over Canon and medieval roman Law down to the 1804 ‘Code civil’, this work includes twenty-three articles on the history of law on the subject of the Child. Now that the evolution of behaviour and biological technology has led lawyers to fundamentally reconsider the laws concerning human ...