1 edition of The church as sacred space in Middle English literature and culture found in the catalog.
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (pages 248-261) and index.
|Series||Manchester medieval literature and culture, Manchester medieval literature and culture|
|LC Classifications||PN661 .V37 2018|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 267 pages :|
|Number of Pages||267|
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and the book explores what was at stake not only for the church's sanctity but for the identity of the parish community as a result. Focusing on pastoral material used to Pages: This book presents an exciting new approach to the medieval church by examining the role of literary texts, visual decorations, ritual performance and lived experience in the production of sanctity.
The meaning of the church was intensely debated in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. The church as sacred space in Middle English literature and culture. [Laura Varnam] -- This book places us at the heart of medieval religious life, standing inside the church with the medieval laity in order to ask what it meant to them and why.
The Church as Sacred Space in Middle English Literature and Culture by Laura Varnam was published by Manchester University Press in.
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Laura's first book, The Church as Sacred Space in Middle English Literature and Culture, was published by Manchester University Press in Laura is also an expert on The Book of Margery Kempe and in April she co-organised a landmark conference on the Book at University College, Oxford ('Margery Kempe Studies in the 21st Century.
The church as sacred space in Middle English literature and culture By Laura Varnam This book presents an exciting new approach to the medieval church by examining the role of literary texts, visual decorations, ritual performance and lived experience in the production of.
I have two primary research interests: the life and works of the twentieth century author Daphne du Maurier, and medieval religious literature (including the mystic Margery Kempe).
My first book. That is what Rahere had done on the marshy land of Smithfield where godless miscreants had formerly been executed. S t Bartholomew’s as a sacred space is explored by Laura Varnam as the prime.
the church as sacred space is a prime example of a material building and spiritual concept that is already densely laden with meaning. The church was the house of God on earth but in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries this identity was under considerable scrutiny. The Church as Sacred Space in Middle English Literature and Culture Manchester Medieval Literature and Culture.
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This book presents an exciting new approach to the medieval church by examining the role of literary texts, visual decorations, ritual performance and lived experience in the production of. This book offers a fresh perspective on religious culture in the medieval Middle East.
It investigates the ways Muslims thought about and practiced at sacred spaces and in sacred times through two detailed case studies: the shrines in honour of the head of al-Husayn (the martyred grandson of the Prophet), and the holy month of Rajab.
This book is not designed to define the sacred. It is, rather, a bringing together of case histories (a rich, varied collection from medieval, early modern and nineteenth-century contexts in England and Wales) that goes beyond familiar paradigms to explore the dynamic, protean interaction, in different times and places, between sacred space and text.
Jane de Gay, Professor of English Literature at Leeds Trinity University and Associate Priest at St Martin Potternewton, has been giving thought to the question of how to maintain a sense of sacred space for worship during the lockdown.
Feudalism and chivalry are evident in much Middle English literature. The Church was highly influential in daily life of the Middle Ages and in medieval literature. William Caxton helped standardize the language and satisfied a demand for literature in the vernacular when he.
The Framing of Sacred Space offers the first topical study of canopies as essential spatial and symbolic units in Byzantine-rite churches.
Centrally planned columnar structures--typically comprised of four columns and a roof--canopies had a critical role in the modular processes of church design, from actual church furnishings in the shape of a canopy to the church's structural core.
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Religion, Culture, and Sacred Spaces is a comparative exploration into the nature of the human relationship to physical space advancing the startling thesis that the human capacity for narrative and identity imbues landscapes with meaning and sacredness.
Roman emperors decreed that along with the early church and its sacred writings, the Scriptures should be hunted down and torched. Later came the nefarious forces inside the church itself that bitterly opposed every effort to translate the Bible into the common language and make it readily available to the masses.The Middle Ages of the European world covers approximately 1, years of art history in Europe, and at times extended into the Middle East and North Africa.
The Early Middle Ages is generally dated from the fall of the Western Roman Empire ( CE) to approximatelywhich marks the beginning of the Romanesque period.Part Five, covering about a quarter of the book, has three chapters, each dealing with aspects of sacred space (Identity and Meaning, Language of Sacred Space, Text and Image).
The text is complemented by approximately line drawings in colour - many of which are Wightman's reconstructions of ancient temples and sanctuaries - and