Contextualizing Miracles in the Christian West, 1100-1500: New Historical Approaches

Contextualizing Miracles in the Christian West New Historical Approaches This volume brings together innovative research on miracles in the Christian West and includes chapters on Anglo Norman saints cults late medieval Portugal and the legacy of medieval hagio

  • Title: Contextualizing Miracles in the Christian West, 1100-1500: New Historical Approaches
  • Author: Matthew M. Mesley Louise E. Wilson Anne E. Bailey Simon Yarrow Kati Ihnat Iona McCleery Irina Metzler Rebecca Pinner
  • ISBN: 9780907570240
  • Page: 210
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This volume brings together innovative research on miracles in the Christian West 1100 1500, and includes chapters on Anglo Norman saints cults, late medieval Portugal and the legacy of medieval hagiography in the immediate post Reformation period Contributors investigate miracle narratives in conjunction with broader socio cultural ideals, practices and developments inThis volume brings together innovative research on miracles in the Christian West 1100 1500, and includes chapters on Anglo Norman saints cults, late medieval Portugal and the legacy of medieval hagiography in the immediate post Reformation period Contributors investigate miracle narratives in conjunction with broader socio cultural ideals, practices and developments in medieval society They also reassess the legacy of Peter Brown, challenge established dichotomies such as medicine and religion , and examine relics, lay beliefs and the liturgical evidence of a saint s cult, moving beyond the traditional focus on canonization Medical history features prominently alongside other approaches these clarify the contexts of our sources, and demonstrate the methodological vibrancy in this field.Contents Peter Brown and Victor Turner revisited anthropological approaches to Latin miracle narratives in the medieval West Anne E Bailey Miracles, belief and Christian materiality relic ing in twelfth century miracle narratives Simon Yarrow Marian miracles and Marian liturgies in the Benedictine traition of post Conquest England Kati Ihnat Conceptions of the miraculous natural philosophy and medical knowledge in the thirteenth century Miracula of St Edmund of Abingdon Louise Elizabeth Wilson Christ powerful than Galen the relationship between medicine and miracles Iona McCleery Indiscriminate healing miracles in decline how social realities affect religious perception Irina Metzler St Edmund of East Anglia martir, mayde and kynge , and midwife Rebecca Pinner John Foxe s golden saints ways of reading Foxe s female martyrs in light of Voragine s Golden legend Fiona Kao

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