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Medieval History (Outside a Series) (STMH) Religion, Culture, and Mentalities in the Medieval Low Countries Selected Essays - L. J.R. Milis, J. Deploige, M. De Reu, W. P. Simons, S. Vanderputten, L. Galoppini, L. Jocqué, A. Kelders, V. Lambert (eds.)
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L. J.R. Milis, J. Deploige, M. De Reu, W. P. Simons, S. Vanderputten, L. Galoppini, L. Jocqué, A. Kelders, V. Lambert (eds.):
Medieval History (Outside a Series) (STMH) Religion, Culture, and Mentalities in the Medieval Low Countries Selected Essays - Taschenbuch

2005, ISBN: 2503518907

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[EAN: 9782503518909], [SC: 15.65], [PU: Brepols Publishers 0, Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung], Verlagsfrisch New copy Medieval History (Outside a Series) (STMH) Religion, Culture, and Mentalities in the Medieval Low Countries Selected Essays L. J.R. Milis, J. Deploige, M. De Reu, W. P. Simons, S. Vanderputten, L. Galoppini, L. Jocqué, A. Kelders, V. Lambert (eds.) 388 p., 9 b/w ill., + 2 maps, 160 x 240 mm, 2005 ISBN: 978-2-503-51890-9 Languages: English Paperback The publication is available. Retail price: EUR 55,00 Ludo Milis graduated from Ghent University in 1961 as the last student of François-Louis Ganshof, who in the years after Henri Pirenne's retirement was the most prominent representative of the famous "Ghent School" of medieval history. Milis's own academic career at Ghent span four decades in which he followed in the footsteps of his masters, yet also explored new directions. Like his predecessors, Milis always attached great importance to the critical examination of primary sources, but for him, such work must serve broader historical inquiry guided by a precise set of questions and methodological rigor. His interests lay primarily in the study of religious and cultural history, which previously had been neglected at Ghent; he was also a pioneer in the history of mentalities in the Low Countries. Milis's research and thought found expression in several books, among which his Angelic Monks and Earthly men. Monasticism and its Meaning to Medieval Society (Boydell, 1992), translated into many languages, was probably the most influential. This collection contains eleven essays published between 1969 and 1990. Most of them appeared in Dutch or French and have now been translated into English; two essays previously published in English were newly edited. All provide unique insight in the major themes of Milis's work: the religious history of the Low Countries during the early and high Middle Ages, as well as the problem of religious conversion and persuasion; the rise of regular canons in the eleventh and twelfth centuries (also the subject of his doctoral dissertation on the order of Arrouaise, published in 1969); the uses of power and ideology; and the history of French Flanders. All bear witness to Milis's inspiring ability to ask original, probing questions and to write historical syntheses accessible to a wide audience. The collection is presented to Ludo Milis by his students on the occasion of his retirement and his sixty-fifth birthday. Table of contents: Part I - Religion & Conversion The Conversion of the Low Countries and Church Institutions until c. 1070 - The Church in the Low Countries between Gregorian Reform and Avignon - Conversion: A Never-Ending Process Part II - Hermits & Canons The Regular Canons and Some Socio-Religious Aspects About the Year 1100 - Hermits and Regular Canons in the Twelfth Century Part III - Power & Ideology Justus ut Palma. Symbolism as a Political and Ideological Weapon on the Seals of Thierry and Philip of Alsace, Counts of Flanders (1128-1191) - Dispute and Settlement in Medieval Cenobitical Rules - The Byzantine Cross of Eine Part IV - Language & Boundaries The French Low Countries: Cradle of Dutch culture? - The Linguistic Boundary in the County of Guînes: A Problem of History and Methodology - State Boundaries and Ethnic Alienation: Perspectives on Research into the Alienation Processes of French Flemings Ludo Milis is in 1961 de allerlaatste student die afstudeert met een scriptie bij François L. Ganshof, na Henri Pirenne decennia-lang het belangrijkste gezicht van de gerenommeerde historische school van de Gentse Universiteit.

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L. J.R. Milis, J. Deploige, M. De Reu, W. P. Simons, S. Vanderputten, L. Galoppini, L. Jocqué, A. Kelders, V. Lambert (eds.):
Medieval History (Outside a Series) (STMH) Religion, Culture, and Mentalities in the Medieval Low Countries Selected Essays - Taschenbuch

2005, ISBN: 2503518907

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[EAN: 9782503518909], [SC: 5.0], [PU: Brepols Publishers 0, Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung], Verlagsfrisch New copy Medieval History (Outside a Series) (STMH) Religion, Culture, and Mentalities in the Medieval Low Countries Selected Essays L. J.R. Milis, J. Deploige, M. De Reu, W. P. Simons, S. Vanderputten, L. Galoppini, L. Jocqué, A. Kelders, V. Lambert (eds.) 388 p., 9 b/w ill., + 2 maps, 160 x 240 mm, 2005 ISBN: 978-2-503-51890-9 Languages: English Paperback The publication is available. Retail price: EUR 55,00 Ludo Milis graduated from Ghent University in 1961 as the last student of François-Louis Ganshof, who in the years after Henri Pirenne's retirement was the most prominent representative of the famous "Ghent School" of medieval history. Milis's own academic career at Ghent span four decades in which he followed in the footsteps of his masters, yet also explored new directions. Like his predecessors, Milis always attached great importance to the critical examination of primary sources, but for him, such work must serve broader historical inquiry guided by a precise set of questions and methodological rigor. His interests lay primarily in the study of religious and cultural history, which previously had been neglected at Ghent; he was also a pioneer in the history of mentalities in the Low Countries. Milis's research and thought found expression in several books, among which his Angelic Monks and Earthly men. Monasticism and its Meaning to Medieval Society (Boydell, 1992), translated into many languages, was probably the most influential. This collection contains eleven essays published between 1969 and 1990. Most of them appeared in Dutch or French and have now been translated into English; two essays previously published in English were newly edited. All provide unique insight in the major themes of Milis's work: the religious history of the Low Countries during the early and high Middle Ages, as well as the problem of religious conversion and persuasion; the rise of regular canons in the eleventh and twelfth centuries (also the subject of his doctoral dissertation on the order of Arrouaise, published in 1969); the uses of power and ideology; and the history of French Flanders. All bear witness to Milis's inspiring ability to ask original, probing questions and to write historical syntheses accessible to a wide audience. The collection is presented to Ludo Milis by his students on the occasion of his retirement and his sixty-fifth birthday. Table of contents: Part I - Religion & Conversion The Conversion of the Low Countries and Church Institutions until c. 1070 - The Church in the Low Countries between Gregorian Reform and Avignon - Conversion: A Never-Ending Process Part II - Hermits & Canons The Regular Canons and Some Socio-Religious Aspects About the Year 1100 - Hermits and Regular Canons in the Twelfth Century Part III - Power & Ideology Justus ut Palma. Symbolism as a Political and Ideological Weapon on the Seals of Thierry and Philip of Alsace, Counts of Flanders (1128-1191) - Dispute and Settlement in Medieval Cenobitical Rules - The Byzantine Cross of Eine Part IV - Language & Boundaries The French Low Countries: Cradle of Dutch culture? - The Linguistic Boundary in the County of Guînes: A Problem of History and Methodology - State Boundaries and Ethnic Alienation: Perspectives on Research into the Alienation Processes of French Flemings Ludo Milis is in 1961 de allerlaatste student die afstudeert met een scriptie bij François L. Ganshof, na Henri Pirenne decennia-lang het belangrijkste gezicht van de gerenommeerde historische school van de Gentse Universiteit.

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Turnhout Brepols 2005. Paperback, 388 p., 9 b/w ill., + 2 maps, 160 x 240 mm. ISBN 9782503518909. Ludo Milis graduated from Ghent University in 1961 as the last student of François-Louis Ganshof, who in the years after Henri Pirenne's retirement was the most prominent representative of the famous 'Ghent School' of medieval history. Milis's own academic career at Ghent span four decades in which he followed in the footsteps of his masters, yet also explored new directions. Like his predecessors, Milis always attached great importance to the critical examination of primary sources, but for him, such work must serve broader historical inquiry guided by a precise set of questions and methodological rigor. His interests lay primarily in the study of religious and cultural history, which previously had been neglected at Ghent; he was also a pioneer in the history of mentalities in the Low Countries. Milis's research and thought found expression in several books, among which his Angelic Monks and Earthly men. Monasticism and its Meaning to Medieval Society (Boydell, 1992), translated into many languages, was probably the most influential. This collection contains eleven essays published between 1969 and 1990. Most of them appeared in Dutch or French and have now been translated into English; two essays previously published in English were newly edited. All provide unique insight in the major themes of Milis's work: the religious history of the Low Countries during the early and high Middle Ages, as well as the problem of religious conversion and persuasion; the rise of regular canons in the eleventh and twelfth centuries (also the subject of his doctoral dissertation on the order of Arrouaise, published in 1969); the uses of power and ideology; and the history of French Flanders. All bear witness to Milis's inspiring ability to ask original, probing questions and to write historical syntheses accessible to a wide audience. The collection is presented to Ludo Milis by his students on the occasion of his retirement and his sixty-fifth birthday. Languages : English., Turnhout Brepols 2005

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Religion, Culture, and Mentalities in the Medieval Low Countries: Selected Essays

Part I - Religion & Conversion: The Conversion of the Low Countries and Church Institutions until c. 1070 - The Church in the Low Countries between Gregorian Reform and Avignon - Conversion: A Never-Ending Process Part II - Hermits & Canons: The Regular Canons and Some Socio-Religious Aspects About the Year 1100 - Hermits and Regular Canons in the Twelfth Century Part III - Power & Ideology: Justus ut Palma. Symbolism as a Political and Ideological Weapon on the Seals of Thierry and Philip of Alsace, Counts of Flanders (1128-1191) - Dispute and Settlement in Medieval Cenobitical Rules - The Byzantine Cross of Eine Part IV - Language & Boundaries: The French Low Countries: Cradle of Dutch culture? - The Linguistic Boundary in the County of Guines: A Problem of History and Methodology - State Boundaries and Ethnic Alienation: Perspectives on Research into the Alienation Processes of French Flemings.

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Erscheinungsjahr: 2005
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