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Medieval Religion

New Approaches
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Constance Berman presents an indispensable new collection of the most influential and revisionist work to be done on religion in the middle ages in the last couple of decades. Bringing together an authoritative list of scholars from around the world, the book provides a valuable service to students of religious history in providing a compilation of the most important new work. " Medieval Religion" is essential reading for all those who study the middle ages, church history or religion.
Introduction Part 1: Religious Speculation and Social Thought 1. Jesus as Mother and Abbot as Mother Caroline Walker Bynum 2. Crusading as an Act of Love Jonathan Riley-Smith 3. The Orders of Society Giles Constable Part 2: Reform and Growth in the Clerical Hierarchy 4. Canossa and the Ungendering of the Public Man Jo Ann McNamara 5. The Priest's Wife Dyan Elliott 6. Secular Clergy and Religious Life in Verona Maureen C. Miller 7. The Cardinals' View of the Papacy Norman Zacour Part 3:Women and the practice of asceticism and contemplation 8. Were there Twelfth-Century Cistercian Nuns? Constance Berman 9. Mary Magdalen and the Contemplative Life Katherine Ludwig Jansen 10. Hearing is Believing: Clarissan architecture in Italy Caroline A. Bruzelius 11. 'Men's Duty to Provide for Women's Needs:' Abelard, Heloise, and their negotiation of the cura monialium Fiona J. Griffiths Part 4: Increasing Violence and Exclusion 12. Creation of a Christian Armory against Islam Dominique Iogna-Prat 13. Bodies in the Jewish-Christian Debate Anna Sapir Abulafia 14. Desecration of the Host: The birth of an accusation Miri Rubin 15. The Two Faces of Secular Violence against Jews David Nirenberg

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