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Oceanic Linguistics     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 8, SJR: 0.232, CiteScore: 0)
Ohio History     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 5)
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Oral Tradition     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 2)
Palimpsest : A J. on Women, Gender, and the Black Intl.     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 1)
Parergon     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 1, SJR: 0.123, CiteScore: 0)
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Perspectives in Biology and Medicine     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 3, SJR: 0.258, CiteScore: 0)
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Register of the Kentucky Historical Society     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 4)
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Toronto J. of Theology     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 7, SJR: 0.105, CiteScore: 0)
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Traditio
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    • Abstract: The following sigla are used without further explanation:Analecta hymnica medii aeviActa sanctorumLondon, British LibraryBibilothèque nationale, Biblioteca nacional, Biblioteca nazionaleParis, Bibliothèque nationale de FranceCambridge Ancient HistoryCorpus Christianorum: Series graecaCorpus Christianorum: Series latinaCorpus Christianorum: Continuatio mediaevalisCorpus inscriptionum latinarumCambridge Mediaeval HistoryCorpus scriptorum christianorum orientaliumCorpus scriptorum ecclesiasticorum latinorumDictionnaire d'archéologie chrétienne et de liturgieDictionnaire de droit canoniqueDictionnaire d'histoire et de géographie ecclésiastiquesDictionnaire de théologie catholiqueDu Cange, Favre, Henschel, Glossarium ... Read More
      Keywords: Mysticism; Bede,; Bible.; Augustine,; Transmission of texts; Aldred; Beowulf; Crusades; Daibert,; Peter Lombard,; Langton, Stephen,; Latin poetry, Medieval and modern; British Library.; Margaret,; Schism, The Great Western, 1378-1417; Pecha, Alfonso,; Prophecy; Hilde
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  • Traditio: Seventy-Five Years
    • Abstract: The first volume of Traditio was published in 1943. Publication was interrupted a few times, so that the current issue is volume 72; but 2018 marks Traditio's seventy-fifth year.Leading in to this anniversary, the Center for Medieval Studies at Fordham University sponsored a conference at the Lincoln Center campus of the university on March 25, 2017, under the title "The Generative Power of Tradition: A Celebration of Traditio, 75 Years." The program was planned by three members of the Editorial Board at Fordham University: Fr. Martin Chase, S.J., the Associate Editor, Dr. Mary Erler, and Dr. Nina Rowe, along with the editor. The conference was arranged by Dr. Susanne Hafner and Dr. Laura Morreale, the director and ... Read More
      Keywords: Mysticism; Bede,; Bible.; Augustine,; Transmission of texts; Aldred; Beowulf; Crusades; Daibert,; Peter Lombard,; Langton, Stephen,; Latin poetry, Medieval and modern; British Library.; Margaret,; Schism, The Great Western, 1378-1417; Pecha, Alfonso,; Prophecy; Hilde
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  • New Seeds, New Harvests Thirty Years of Tilling the Mystic Field
    • Abstract: When I first approached the medieval mystics as a college student, a great many things puzzled me, from the plethora of visions to the mind-bending paradoxes. Among the lesser mysteries, I noticed that all the mid-twentieth-century scholars had letters after their names, like OSB and OFM, SJ, and OCSO.1 Though I soon learned what those letters meant, it was years before I discerned the subtle differences in approach they conveyed and later still that I began to weigh the pros and cons of an academic field in which almost all the participants were professed religious. On the positive side, those monks and priests of the fifties and sixties had no need to translate the Latin they cited—and when they did, they got it ... Read More
      Keywords: Mysticism; Bede,; Bible.; Augustine,; Transmission of texts; Aldred; Beowulf; Crusades; Daibert,; Peter Lombard,; Langton, Stephen,; Latin poetry, Medieval and modern; British Library.; Margaret,; Schism, The Great Western, 1378-1417; Pecha, Alfonso,; Prophecy; Hilde
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  • Patrvm Vestigia Seqvens the Transmission and Reception of Augustine's
           Exegesis of Eph. 3:17–18 in the Venerable Bede's Collectio Ex Opvscvlis
           Sancti Avgvstini in Epistvlas Pavli Apostoli
    • Abstract: One of the most intriguing yet unstudied works of the Venerable Bede (672/73–735) is the Collectio ex opusculis sancti Augustini in epistulas Pauli apostoli.1 The Collectio is a compilation of 457 fragments,2 all authored by Augustine of Hippo (354–430)3 and extracted by Bede to offer a verse-by-verse commentary on the Pauline epistles. The said fragments derive from thirty-eight4 different works of the bishop of Hippo. In linking three key authorities from western intellectual history (Paul, Augustine, and Bede), the Collectio is an important document for the transmission of Augustine's Pauline exegesis in the early Middle Ages. The Collectio influenced several Carolingian scholars, such as Florus of Lyon (ca. ... Read More
      Keywords: Mysticism; Bede,; Bible.; Augustine,; Transmission of texts; Aldred; Beowulf; Crusades; Daibert,; Peter Lombard,; Langton, Stephen,; Latin poetry, Medieval and modern; British Library.; Margaret,; Schism, The Great Western, 1378-1417; Pecha, Alfonso,; Prophecy; Hilde
      PubDate: 2018-07-10T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Alphabet of Words in the Durham Collectar an Edition With Two New
           Manuscript Witnesses
    • Abstract: The manuscript Durham, Cathedral Library, A. IV. 19 (s. ix/x; additions and gloss s. x2), more commonly known as the Durham Collectar or Durham Ritual, contains, in addition to the collects, capitula, rituals, and blessings that make up the main text of the volume, a number of additions of various kinds copied by multiple scribes.1 Some of these additions were the work of the priest Aldred, who also glossed this manuscript and the famed Lindisfarne Gospels in the Northumbrian dialect of Old English.2 Among Aldred's additions, we find on fol. 88v of the manuscript a text that Karen Jolly, following T. J. Brown, calls an "alphabet of words" (and which we will correspondingly abbreviate AW).3 The structure of the text ... Read More
      Keywords: Mysticism; Bede,; Bible.; Augustine,; Transmission of texts; Aldred; Beowulf; Crusades; Daibert,; Peter Lombard,; Langton, Stephen,; Latin poetry, Medieval and modern; British Library.; Margaret,; Schism, The Great Western, 1378-1417; Pecha, Alfonso,; Prophecy; Hilde
      PubDate: 2018-07-10T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Hroðgar and the Gylden Hilt in Beowulf
    • Abstract: The narrator of Beowulf reveals more information to the audience about the background and descent of Grendel than the characters in the poem initially possess. Grendel is not merely a monstrous, cannibalistic eoten, "giant" (761), living in the wastes near Heorot (102–5); he and his mother are descendants of Cain who inherit the guilt of Cain's crime (106–14). Because of this guilt they are outcasts and enemies of God. They share this descent and its consequences with other misshapen progeny of Cain, including the gigantas, "giants," who contended against God and perished in the Flood.1 The poem includes two brief references to the destruction of these giants, first when Grendel is introduced (113–14), and then ... Read More
      Keywords: Mysticism; Bede,; Bible.; Augustine,; Transmission of texts; Aldred; Beowulf; Crusades; Daibert,; Peter Lombard,; Langton, Stephen,; Latin poetry, Medieval and modern; British Library.; Margaret,; Schism, The Great Western, 1378-1417; Pecha, Alfonso,; Prophecy; Hilde
      PubDate: 2018-07-10T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Scribal Crusading Three New Manuscript Witnesses to the Regional Reception
           and Transmission of First Crusade Letters
    • Abstract: "Hec qui scire sitis lege de Iherosolimitis/Multiplicant laudes rem si gestam bene gaudes." With this Latin verse, a scribe in twelfth-century Germany sought to prepare the minds of monastic consumers of First Crusade letters (Figure 1).1 It instructs inquisitive readers that they should read of Jerusalem and celebrate (gaudes) the first crusaders' conquest of the city in 1099 because, in so doing, they will magnify the glory of the event. Such intercession with God was the key method through which Western clergy supported and participated in the crusading movement during the twelfth century. The form of this divine mediation changed, however, from celebration to supplication after the Kingdom of Jerusalem crumbled ... Read More
      Keywords: Mysticism; Bede,; Bible.; Augustine,; Transmission of texts; Aldred; Beowulf; Crusades; Daibert,; Peter Lombard,; Langton, Stephen,; Latin poetry, Medieval and modern; British Library.; Margaret,; Schism, The Great Western, 1378-1417; Pecha, Alfonso,; Prophecy; Hilde
      PubDate: 2018-07-10T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Peter Lombard, Stephen Langton, and the School of Paris the Making of the
           Twelfth-Century Scholastic Biblical Tradition
    • Abstract: In this study, I share the first fruits of my investigation into the complicated manuscript tradition that preserves the massive biblical corpus long attributed to Stephen Langton, itself the largest portion of "the mountain of manuscripts that constitute the biblical legacy of the School of Paris and its successors."1 I show that Langton's Old Testament corpus is not exclusively his but rather constitutes the culmination of a heretofore unknown and unsuspected twelfth-century tradition of lecturing on the Bible in which orality and the oral transmission of the lectures of other masters lies hidden beneath most writings preserved in the extant manuscripts. I show too that the proximate foundations for Langton's ... Read More
      Keywords: Mysticism; Bede,; Bible.; Augustine,; Transmission of texts; Aldred; Beowulf; Crusades; Daibert,; Peter Lombard,; Langton, Stephen,; Latin poetry, Medieval and modern; British Library.; Margaret,; Schism, The Great Western, 1378-1417; Pecha, Alfonso,; Prophecy; Hilde
      PubDate: 2018-07-10T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Poetry of the Poetria Nova: The Nubes Serena and Peregrinatio of
           Metaphor
    • Abstract: Geoffrey of Vinsauf's Poetria nova is one of the artes poetriae, a body of texts Douglas Kelly called the "arts of poetry and prose,"1 and it survives in over two hundred manuscript copies, over thirty of which are composed in English hands.2 As Martin Camargo has recently shown, treatises such as Geoffrey's enjoyed a renaissance in England in the last decades of the fourteenth century, and not just in elementary classrooms (as had long been supposed). Camargo explains, for example, that Chaucer's "self-conscious engagement" with those texts would not have taken place at a rudimentary level during his elementary education but rather during his adult life, "in the context of discovery and debate carried on not only ... Read More
      Keywords: Mysticism; Bede,; Bible.; Augustine,; Transmission of texts; Aldred; Beowulf; Crusades; Daibert,; Peter Lombard,; Langton, Stephen,; Latin poetry, Medieval and modern; British Library.; Margaret,; Schism, The Great Western, 1378-1417; Pecha, Alfonso,; Prophecy; Hilde
      PubDate: 2018-07-10T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Ad Agendam Penitentiam Perpetuam Detrudatur Monastic Incarceration of
           Adulterous Women in Thirteenth-Century Canonical Jurisprudence
    • Abstract: Recorded among the early sixteenth-century decisions of the Royal Council of Naples is the case of Cassandra, a woman otherwise unknown to history, who had been brought up on charges of adultery.1 The male malefactor in the proceedings was Bartholomaeus de Corrado, identified only by his profession as barber (barbitonsor). The case had been initiated through an accusation by Cassandra's husband, but now the Court had arrived at an impasse because he had since decided to reconcile with his wife and no longer wished to pursue the matter legally. What animated the Council's discussion—and what was presumably the reason why this case was singled out among hundreds of others for publication in an edited volume of its ... Read More
      Keywords: Mysticism; Bede,; Bible.; Augustine,; Transmission of texts; Aldred; Beowulf; Crusades; Daibert,; Peter Lombard,; Langton, Stephen,; Latin poetry, Medieval and modern; British Library.; Margaret,; Schism, The Great Western, 1378-1417; Pecha, Alfonso,; Prophecy; Hilde
      PubDate: 2018-07-10T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Visualizing Narrative Structure in the Medieval University: Divisio Textus
           Revisited
    • Abstract: There are practices and genres that command great popularity in a particular culture at a particular historical juncture but that ultimately fall out of fashion and into obscurity. What was deemed meaningful and illuminating by members of one cultural-historical milieu can come to be seen as boring, even meaningless, by members of others. Historical inquiry seeks out such discarded practices with the aim of recovering the keys to understanding their uniqueness and to discover through them something of the period that produced them. Somewhat paradoxically, devotion to the explication of such practices in the context of the historical past can surprise us with discoveries of resemblances to contemporary practices of ... Read More
      Keywords: Mysticism; Bede,; Bible.; Augustine,; Transmission of texts; Aldred; Beowulf; Crusades; Daibert,; Peter Lombard,; Langton, Stephen,; Latin poetry, Medieval and modern; British Library.; Margaret,; Schism, The Great Western, 1378-1417; Pecha, Alfonso,; Prophecy; Hilde
      PubDate: 2018-07-10T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Baptisms by Blood, Fire, and Water a Typological Rereading of the Passio
           S. Margaretae
    • Abstract: In the fourteenth-century Northern-Italian manuscript London, British Library Egerton MS 877, folio 12 preserves a unique Latin prayer appended to a version of Saint Margaret's legend; the manuscript, which bears evidence of having been repeatedly kissed on this very page, is a libellus that was apparently brought to women in childbirth. Above an image of a woman who has just given birth, flanked by two other women, the prayer reads:Come forth infant, Christ summons you in the name of the Son. Come forth infant, Christ guides you in the name of the Holy Spirit. Come forth infant, Christ guides you and invites you to baptism, [he] who suffered for you and from his side produced the water of baptism, and made ... Read More
      Keywords: Mysticism; Bede,; Bible.; Augustine,; Transmission of texts; Aldred; Beowulf; Crusades; Daibert,; Peter Lombard,; Langton, Stephen,; Latin poetry, Medieval and modern; British Library.; Margaret,; Schism, The Great Western, 1378-1417; Pecha, Alfonso,; Prophecy; Hilde
      PubDate: 2018-07-10T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Alfonso Pecha's Treatise on the Origins of the Great Schism: What an
           Insider "Saw and Heard"
    • Abstract: A detailed firsthand account of the origins of the Great Schism of the West has never been adequately exploited. I refer to a treatise written by Alfonso Pecha, best known as an associate of St. Bridget of Sweden, but after Bridget's death a confidante of the Spanish cardinal Pedro de Luna at which time he became a day-to-day observer of events in Rome in the spring of 1378. Alfonso wrote two pro-Urbanist accounts of the origins of the Schism. The first, Informationes super creatione Urbani, written in 1379, has long been recognized as a valuable source, but the second, Conscriptio bona sub triplici via de electione … domini Urbani pape sexti, has been neglected. It was edited in 1909 from a manuscript in Basel by ... Read More
      Keywords: Mysticism; Bede,; Bible.; Augustine,; Transmission of texts; Aldred; Beowulf; Crusades; Daibert,; Peter Lombard,; Langton, Stephen,; Latin poetry, Medieval and modern; British Library.; Margaret,; Schism, The Great Western, 1378-1417; Pecha, Alfonso,; Prophecy; Hilde
      PubDate: 2018-07-10T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Hildegardian Prophecy and French Prophecy Collections, 1378–1455: A
           Study and Critical Edition of the "Schism Extracts"
    • Abstract: Hildegard of Bingen (1098–1179) was one of the most widely read apocalyptic prophets of the Middle Ages. In the post-1220 period, she was predominantly known through Gebeno of Eberbach's Pentachronon siue speculum futurorum temporum (Book of Five Times or Mirror of Future Times, ca.1220), an anthology of selections excerpted from her writings and recontextualized to focus on her apocalyptically charged teaching for monks and clerics.1 The Pentachronon was repeatedly cited, annotated, and copied in the late-fourteenth and fifteenth centuries as scribes and readers sought to understand contemporary ecclesiastical and political crises within the larger historical narrative and apocalyptic framework for reform and ... Read More
      Keywords: Mysticism; Bede,; Bible.; Augustine,; Transmission of texts; Aldred; Beowulf; Crusades; Daibert,; Peter Lombard,; Langton, Stephen,; Latin poetry, Medieval and modern; British Library.; Margaret,; Schism, The Great Western, 1378-1417; Pecha, Alfonso,; Prophecy; Hilde
      PubDate: 2018-07-10T00:00:00-05:00
       
 
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