A Cultural History of Education in the Medieval Age presents essays that examine the following key themes of the period: church, religion and morality; knowledge, media and communications; children and childhood; family, community and sociability; learners and learning; teachers and teaching; literacies; and life histories.
The medieval world was a rich blend of cultures and religions within which individuals were shaped and schooled. Men and women learned, taught, worked, fought, and prayed in social contexts that witnessed an expansion of literacy and learning. The chapters in this volume illustrate the extent to which medieval education formed the foundation of the modern educational enterprise.
An essential resource for researchers, scholars, and students in history, literature, culture, and education.
Table des matières :
General Editor Preface
Introduction, Jo Ann Moran Cruz (Georgetown University, USA)
1. Church, Religion and Morality, W. Martin Bloomer (University of Notre Dame, USA) and Andrew J.M. Irving (University of Groningen, The Netherlands)
2. Knowledge, Media and Communication, John J. Contreni (Purdue University, USA)
3. Children and Childhoods, Daniel T. Kline (University of Alaska, USA)
4. Family, Community and Sociability, Jeremy Goldberg and Rob Grout (University of York, UK)
5. Learners and Learning, Elizabeth P. Archibald (University of Pittsburgh, USA)
6. Teachers and Teaching, Sarah B. Lynch and Mark Lewis Tizzoni (Angelo State University, USA)
7. Literacies, Jo Ann H. Moran Cruz and David Sheffler (Georgetown University, USA)
8. Life Histories, Joel T. Rosenthal (Stony Broook University, USA)
Notes on Contributors
Informations pratiques :
A Cultural History of Education in the Medieval Age, éd. Jo Ann Moran Cruz, Londres, Bloomsbury, 2023 ; 1 vol., 272 p. (The Cultural Histories Series). 272 p. Prix : € 67,50.
Source : Bloomsbury
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