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European transformations : the long twelfth century

Author: Thomas F X Noble; John H Van Engen; University of Notre Dame. Medieval Institute.
Publisher: Notre Dame, Ind. : University of Notre Dame Press, ©2012.
Series: Notre Dame conferences in medieval studies.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The 'long twelfth century'--1050 to 1215--embraces one of the transformative moments in European history: the point, for some, at which Europe first truly became "Europe." Historians have used the terms 'renaissance,' 'reformation,' and 'revolution' to account for the dynamism of intellectual, religious, and structural renewal manifest across schools, monasteries, courts, and churches. Complicating the story, more  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
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Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas F X Noble; John H Van Engen; University of Notre Dame. Medieval Institute.
ISBN: 9780268036102 0268036101
OCLC Number: 726819004
Notes: Papers from a conference hosted by the Medieval Institute of the University of Notre Dame, October 26-28, 2006.
Description: xi, 562 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: The Twelfth Century : Reading, Reason, and Revolt in a World of Custom / John Van Engen --
A Historian of the Twelfth-Century Renaissance and the Transformation of English Society, 1066-ca. 1200 / John Gillingham --
Chivalric One-Upmanship in France, ca. 1100 / Dominique Barthélemy --
Reconquest, Renaissance, and the Histories of Iberia, ca. 1000-1200 / Adam J. Kosto --
Italy in the Long Twelfth Century : Ecclesiastical Reform and the Legitimization of a New Political Order, 1059-1183 / Maureen C. Miller --
Sutri 1046; Canossa 1077; Rome 1111 : Problems of Communication and the Perceptions of Neighbors / Hanna Vollrath --
The Europeanization of Europe : The Case of Scandinavia / Sverre Bagge --
Ambiguous Beginnings : East Central Europe in the Making, 950-1200 / Piotr Górecki --
Lords, Markets, and Communities : The Urban Revolution of the Twelfth Century / David Nicholas --
Peasants, the Seigneurial Regime, and Serfdom in the Eleventh to Thirteenth Centuries / Paul Freedman --
Clothing, Iron, and Timber : The Growth of Christian Anxiety about Islam in the Long Twelfth Century / Olivia Remie Constable --
Continuity and Change in Twelfth-Century Christian-Jewish Relations / Anna Sapir Abulafia --
The Legal Revolution of the Twelfth Century / Anders Winroth --
Liminalities : Literate Women in the Long Twelfth Century / Barbara Newman --
Philosophy and Theology / John Marenbon --
Semiotic Anthropology : The Twelfth-Century Approach / Brigitte Miriam Bedos-Rezak --
Three-in-One : Making God in Twelfth-Century Liturgy, Theology, and Devotion / Rachel Fulton Brown --
John of Salisbury, a Philosopher of the Long Eleventh Century / C. Stephen Jaeger.
Series Title: Notre Dame conferences in medieval studies.
Responsibility: edited by Thomas F.X. Noble and John Van Engen.
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