Between Orders and Heresy foregrounds the dynamic, creative, and diverse late medieval religious landscapes that flourished within the spaces of social and ecclesiastical structures.
This collection reconsiders the arguments put forward in Herbert Grundmann’s monumental book, Religious Movements in the Middle Ages, and challenges his traditional interpretive binary, recognized as the shared origins of many medieval religious movements. The contributors explore the social relationships fostered between secular clergy members, including parish priests, local canons, and aristocratic confessors, and examine the ways in which laypeople inspired and engaged in devotion beyond religious orders.
Each essay in the volume considers a major theme in medieval religious history, such as the implementation of apostolic ideals, pastoral relationships, crusade connections, vernacular traditions, and reform. Organized to historicize and challenge the deeply embedded historiographical tendencies that have long distorted the complex dynamics of the late medieval world, Between Orders and Heresy is a major assessment of medieval religious belief and activity beyond and betweenthe binary of orders and heresies.
Jennifer Kolpacoff Deane is a professor of History and chair of the Social Sciences Division at University of Minnesota Morris.
Anne E. Lester is the John W. Baldwin and Jenny Jochens Associate Chair in Medieval History at Johns Hopkins University.
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John Van Engen
1. Introduction: Religion and Religious Worlds in Between
Jennifer Kolpacoff Deane, University of Minnesota Morris, and Anne E. Lester, Johns Hopkins University
2. Herbert Grundmann: Confession and the “Religious Movements”
Letha Böhringer, Universität zu Köln
3. Francis of Assisi, the Vita Apostolica, and the Roman Church: Rethinking the Paradigms
Amanda Power, University of Oxford
4. Hypocrites! Critiques of Religious Movements and Criticism of the Church, 1050–1300
Sita Steckel, University of Münster
5. Crusading as a Religious Movement: Families, Community, and Lordship in a Vernacular Frame
Anne E. Lester, Johns Hopkins University
6. Coming Together as an Apostolic Act: Confraternalism as an Umbrella for Medieval Religious Movements
Neslihan Şenocak, Columbia University
7. Reassessing the Links between “The Women’s Religious Movement” and “The Origins of a Religious Literature in the Vernacular” in France
Sean L. Field, University of Vermont
8. “More Useful in the Salvation of Others”: Beguines, Religio, and the Cura Mulierum at the Early Sorbonne
Tanya Stabler Miller, Loyola University, Chicago
9. Between Charity and Controversy: The Grey Sisters, Liminality, and the Religious Life
Alison More, College of New Rochelle
10. Women, Power, and Religious Dissent: Why Women Never became Heresiarchs
Janine Larmon Peterson, Maurist University
11. Navigating Saintly Circles: Margherita Colonna and the Women’s Religious Movement in Rome
Lezlie Knox, Marquette University
12. The “Clever Girls” of Prague: Beguines, Preachers, and Late Medieval Bohemian Religion
Informations pratiques :
Between Orders and Heresy: Rethinking Medieval Religious Movements, éd. Jennifer Kolpacoff Deane et Anne E. Lester, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2022. 435 p. ISBN : 9781487502416. Prix : USD 95,00.
Source : University of Toronto Press
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