3 edition of Difference and identity in Francia and medieval France found in the catalog.
Difference and identity in Francia and medieval France
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[compiled by] Meredith Cohen and Justine Firnhaber-Baker.|
|Contributions||Cohen, Meredith., Firnhaber-Baker, Justine.|
|LC Classifications||DC33.2 .D54 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010002396|
Difference and identity in Francia and medieval France Cohen Leprosy, Exclusion, and Social Identity in Twelfth- and Thirteenth-Century Rouen Brenner, Elma. • p. The povres avugles of the Hopital des Quinze-Vingts: Disability and Community in Medieval Paris O'Tool, Mark P.. • p. Persecution, Marginalization, or. Historical Novels Set in France. On this list you’ll find beloved classics as well as new historical fiction. Soon I’ll post a list for contemporary books set in France (fabulous new novels), and still another for nonfiction (cooking, wine, and style), so stay tuned. Better yet, follow along so you won’t miss a thing.
She has edited a series of interdisciplinary volumes on medieval history and culture, beginning with Difference and Identity in France and Medieval Francia (with Justine Firnhaber Baker) (Ashgate, ), followed by Memory in Medieval France (with Elma Brenner and Mary Franklin-Brown) (Ashgate, ), and Medieval Constructions of Space (with. Part II: Communities and Difference. Foreword to Part II: Communities and Difference [Edward Wheatley and Maureen C. Miller] 9. The Episcopate as Ethnos: Strategies of Distinction and Episcopal Identity in Merovingian Francia [Kirsten M. DeVries] The Divine King Behind the Funny Stories of Notker the Stammerer [Constance B. Bouchard] Author: Maureen C. Miller.
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Book Description. Difference in medieval France was not solely a marker for social exclusion, provoking feelings of disgust and disaffection, but it could also create solidarity. DOI link for Difference and Identity in Francia and Medieval France.
Difference and Identity in Francia and Medieval France book Difference and Identity in Francia and Medieval France book. Edited By Meredith Cohen, Justine Firnhaber-Baker. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Difference in medieval France was not solely a marker Cited by: 2.
Elma Brenner writes a fine piece on leprosy, exclusion and social identity in medieval Rouen. Here it is argued that those suffering from leprosy were still understood to be members of medieval society and that the historiographical category Author: Megan Cassidy-Welch.
Exclusion and the yearning to belong: evidence from the history of thirteenth-century France / William Chester Jordan --One other on another: Petrus Monachus' Revelationes and Islam / Richard Matthew Pollard --Sculpted images from the Eastern gallery of the Saint-Trophime cloister in Arles and the Cathar heresy / Einat Segal --Wanderers between.
Difference in medieval France was not solely a marker for social exclusion, provoking feelings of disgust and disaffection, but it could also create solidarity and sympathy among groups.
Contributors to this volume address inclusion and exclusion from a variety of perspectives, ranging from ethnic and linguistic difference in Charlemagne’s court, to lewd sculpture in Bearn, to prostitution and destitution. The essays in this collection focus on how identity and difference functioned in communities ranging from that of seventh-century Frankish monasteries to thirteenth- and fourteenth-century Paris.
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Justine Firnhaber-Baker is a specialist in late medieval political history at the University of St Andrews.
Her publications include Violence and the State in Languedoc, – () and Difference and Identity in Francia and Medieval France (co-edited with art historian Meredith Cohen, ). Dirk Schoenaers has held post-doctoral positions at University College London and the Brand: Routledge.
Justine Firnhaber-Baker is a specialist in late medieval political history at the University of St Andrews. Her publications include Violence and the State in Languedoc, – () and Difference and Identity in Francia and Medieval France (co-edited with art historian Meredith Cohen, ).
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Late medieval France, power, violence, and law. I work on France between the thirteenth and fifteenth centuries, covering the period of the Capetian and Valois monarchies, the Hundred Years War (), and the Black Death ().Occupation: Senior Lecturer. Citation. Katherine Smith. Difference and Identity in Francia and Medieval France, eds.
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