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ACTA Volume #19
The Middle Ages: One or Many?
ACTA Volume #19
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Louis Roberts - Editor
Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
ACTA
Price: $5.00 
Paperback - 126 pages
Release Date: January 1992
ISBN10: N/A
ISBN13: 978-1-4384-3855-9

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Table of Contents

Introduction

1. The Several Middle Ages of Jacques le Goff
Paul Archambault, Syracuse University

2. Dynamics of Power and Authority in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Italian Provincial Society
Giovanna Bendusi, University of South Florida

3. The Muwashshah and the Borders of Scholarship
Susan Einbinder, Columbia University

4. Pseudo-Dionysius: a Bridge from the Classical Antique Though the Middle Ages
The Rev. Laurence J. James, PhD, Columbus College of Art and Design

5. Gothic Wall Paintings in Danish Churches: 1250-1525
James Mills, Glen Head, New York

6. Lecceto: New Light on the Largest Augustinian Fresco Cycle in Italy
George Radan, Villanova University

7. Abelard’s “Striving After Truth”: Dialogue, Rational Argumentation and communal Identification in Medieval Philosophy
Mirela Saim, McGill University

8. Nicholas of Lyra’s Judeo-Christian Hermeneutic and The Canterbury Tales
Rhonda L. Waukonen, University of Ottawa


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