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Religion in social context in Europe and America, 1200-1700

Author: Richard C Trexler
Publisher: Tempe, Ariz. : Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2002.
Series: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies (Series), v. 238.
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"This volume brings together twenty-two papers by Richard Trexler and reflects the trajectory of the author's career and various interests. Two of the papers are original works, and eight others appear here in English for the first time. Over time, a sharp turn from political to cultural and social history is evident, even though a dominant concern with the relationship between dependency, religion, and power has  Read more...
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Trexler, Richard C., 1932-
Religion in social context in Europe and America, 1200-1700.
Tempe, Ariz. : Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2002
(OCoLC)826631140
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard C Trexler
ISBN: 0866982809 9780866982801
OCLC Number: 49031411
Description: xiv, 590 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Diocesan synods in late medieval Italy --
A medieval census: the Liber divisionis --
Rome on the eve of the great schism --
The gender and number of the Evangelical Magi --
Dreams of the three kings --
Triumph and mourning in North Italian Magi art --
Ludic life in New Spain: the emperor and his three kings --
Francis of Assisi, his mother's son --
The stigmatized body of Francis of Assissi: conceived, processed, disappeared --
Florentine theatre, 1280-1500: a checklist of performances and institutions --
From the mouths of babes: Christianization by children in sixteenth-century New Spain --
At the right hand of God: organization of life by the holy dead in New Spain --
Legitimating prayer gestures in the twelfth century: the De penitentia of Peter the Chanter --
Dressing and undressing images: an analytic sketch --
The construction of regional solidarities in traditional Europe --
Bending over backwards: prayer posture and sexual posture in traditional Europe and America --
The talking image: an attempt at typology, using Spanish sources of the sixteenth century --
Historiography sacred or profane? Reverence and profanity in the study of early modern religion --
Gendering Jesus crucified --
An early printed text against homosexual behavior (c. 1485) --
Dressing like a woman: the case of the Berdache --
Gender subordination and political hierarchy in prehispanic America.
Series Title: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies (Series), v. 238.
Responsibility: by Richard C. Trexler.

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"This volume brings together twenty-two papers by Richard Trexler and reflects the trajectory of the author's career and various interests. Two of the papers are original works, and eight others appear here in English for the first time. Over time, a sharp turn from political to cultural and social history is evident, even though a dominant concern with the relationship between dependency, religion, and power has persisted. This compilation should be of great interest to scholars of Italian, general European, and conquest American history."--Jacket.

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