Childhood in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance

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Albrecht Classen: Philippe Aries and the Consequences: History of Childhood, Family Relations, and Personal Emotions: Where do we stand today? Valerie L. Garver: The Influence of Monastic Ideals upon Carolingian Conceptions of Childhood; Eva Parra Membrives: Mutterliebe aus weiblicher Perspektive: Zur Bedeutung von Affektivität in Frau Avas Leben Jesu (Maternal Love from a Female Perspective: On the Significance of Affection in Frau Ava's Leben Jesu); Diane Peters Auslander: Victims or Martyrs: Children, Anti-Semitism, and the Stress of Change in Medieval England; Mary Dzon: Joseph and the Amazing Christ-Child of Late-Medieval Legend; Karen K. Jambeck: The Tretiz of Walter of Bibbesworth: Cultivating the Vernacular; Nicole Clifton: The Seven Sages of Rome, Children's Literature, and the Auchinleck Manuscript; Juanita Feros Ruys: Peter Abelard's Carmen ad Astralabium and Medieval Parent-Child Didactic Texts: The Evidence for Parent-Child Relationships in the Middle Ages; David F. Tinsley: Reflections of Childhood in Medieval Hagiographical Writing: The Case of Hartmann von Aue's Der arme Heinrich; Carol Dover: Why Did Lancelot Need an Education? Tracy Adams: Medieval Mothers and their Children: The Case of Isabeau of Bavaria; Marilyn Sandidge: Changing Contexts of Infanticide in Medieval English Texts; Jean E. Jost: Medieval Children: Treatment in Middle English Literature; Daniel F. Pigg: Margery Kempe and Her Son: Representing the Discourse of Family; Juliann Vitullo: Fashioning Fatherhood: Leon Battista Alberti's Art of Parenting; Laurel Reed: Art, Life, Charm and Titian's Portrait of Clarissa Strozzi; David Graizbord: Converso Children Under the Inquisitorial Microscope in the Seventeenth Century: What May the Sources Tell us about Their Lives? Allison P. Coudert: Educating Girls in Early Modern Europe and America; Christopher Carlsmith: The Child in the Classroom: Teaching a Course on the History of Childhood in Medieval/Renaissance Europe

Childhood in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance

The Results of a Paradigm Shift in the History of Mentality

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Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

18.07.2005

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Albrecht Classen

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De Gruyter

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451

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Einband

Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

18.07.2005

Herausgeber

Albrecht Classen

Verlag

De Gruyter

Seitenzahl

451

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23,6/16/2,9 cm

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828 g

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1

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Englisch

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978-3-11-018421-1

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  • Childhood in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance
  • Albrecht Classen: Philippe Aries and the Consequences: History of Childhood, Family Relations, and Personal Emotions: Where do we stand today? Valerie L. Garver: The Influence of Monastic Ideals upon Carolingian Conceptions of Childhood; Eva Parra Membrives: Mutterliebe aus weiblicher Perspektive: Zur Bedeutung von Affektivität in Frau Avas Leben Jesu (Maternal Love from a Female Perspective: On the Significance of Affection in Frau Ava's Leben Jesu); Diane Peters Auslander: Victims or Martyrs: Children, Anti-Semitism, and the Stress of Change in Medieval England; Mary Dzon: Joseph and the Amazing Christ-Child of Late-Medieval Legend; Karen K. Jambeck: The Tretiz of Walter of Bibbesworth: Cultivating the Vernacular; Nicole Clifton: The Seven Sages of Rome, Children's Literature, and the Auchinleck Manuscript; Juanita Feros Ruys: Peter Abelard's Carmen ad Astralabium and Medieval Parent-Child Didactic Texts: The Evidence for Parent-Child Relationships in the Middle Ages; David F. Tinsley: Reflections of Childhood in Medieval Hagiographical Writing: The Case of Hartmann von Aue's Der arme Heinrich; Carol Dover: Why Did Lancelot Need an Education? Tracy Adams: Medieval Mothers and their Children: The Case of Isabeau of Bavaria; Marilyn Sandidge: Changing Contexts of Infanticide in Medieval English Texts; Jean E. Jost: Medieval Children: Treatment in Middle English Literature; Daniel F. Pigg: Margery Kempe and Her Son: Representing the Discourse of Family; Juliann Vitullo: Fashioning Fatherhood: Leon Battista Alberti's Art of Parenting; Laurel Reed: Art, Life, Charm and Titian's Portrait of Clarissa Strozzi; David Graizbord: Converso Children Under the Inquisitorial Microscope in the Seventeenth Century: What May the Sources Tell us about Their Lives? Allison P. Coudert: Educating Girls in Early Modern Europe and America; Christopher Carlsmith: The Child in the Classroom: Teaching a Course on the History of Childhood in Medieval/Renaissance Europe