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RUBRICS, IMAGES AND INDULGENCES IN LATE MEDIEVAL NETHERLANDISH MANUSCRIPTS

Kathryn M. Rudy (University of St. Andrews, Reino Unido)

Leiden, Holanda. BRILL. ISBN: 9789004326958. I-XXII, 308 págs. Diciembre de 2016. Encuadernado.

PVP EUR 156,00 (4% IVA incluido)

 

Es el volumen nº 55 de la serie LIBRARY OF THE WRITTEN WORD / THE MANUSCRIPT WORLD.

¿Qué papel tuvieron las imágenes en la manía por las indulgencias durante las décadas anteriores a la reforma protestante? Este libro demuestra cómo las rúbricas modificaron el comportamiento  y las esperanzas alrededor de la devoción centrada en la imagen.

 

Extracto del índice:

Acknowledgements

Foreword

Part 1: Rubrics and indulgences

Chapter I: Rubrics and the performance of prayer

Latin, the vernacular, and rewards for proselytizing

Functions of rubrics

Performing prayer in a church

Linguistic structure of prayers

Chapter II: Indulgences

Math of eternity

Immeasurability of nature

Praying and paying

Mileage credit

Size and complexity of indulgences

The ever-changing meaning of carenen

Conclusions

Part 2: Christological images and prayers

Chapter III: Arma Christi

Arma Christi, reproduced

Indulgenced Veronica

Crucifix

Cross, Wounds, and Measuring String

Other arma Christi

Conclusions

Chapter IV: The Body of Christ

Prayers for the Baby Jesus

Five Wounds of Christ

Conclusions

Chapter V: The Mass of St Gregory, the Man of Sorrows, and prayers for the arma Christi

From Man of Sorrows to Gregorian Mass

Adoro te in multiple lengths

Rubricated instructions made manifest in images

An idealized mass

The Adoro te rubrics as models for other rubrics

Conclusions

Part 3: Marian images and prayers

Chapter VI: Prayers and miracles before the Virgin’s image

Milk bath

Cults of the virgins

Our Lady of Milan

Salve Regina

Images and miracles

Conclusions

Chapter VII: Marian indulgences

The Virgin in Sole

The Virgin in Sole and the rosary devotion

The Virgin’s body parts

The Pietà

Conclusions

Part 4: Implications

Chapter VIII: Images that thematize indulgences

Images of terror and salvation

Images of purgatorial release

Advertising indulgences on church walls

Other subjects of salvation

Objects of veneration in Sole

Indulgenced images

A Place for the donor

Epilogue

Appendix

Bibliography

Index

 

STORING, ARCHIVING, ORGANIZING

The changing dynamics of scholarly information management in post-reformation Zurich

Anja-Silvia Goeing (Zurich University, Suiza)

Leiden, Holanda. BRILL. ISBN: 9789004334731. XIV, 449 págs. Diciembre de 2016. Encuadernado.

PVP EUR 171,00 (4% IVA incluido)       

 

Es el volumen nº 56 de la serie LIBRARY OF THE WRITTEN WORD / THE HANDPRESS WORLD.

¿Qué papel tuvieron las imágenes en la manía por las indulgencias durante las décadas anteriores a la reforma protestante? Este libro demuestra cómo las rúbricas modificaron el comportamiento  y las esperanzas alrededor de la devoción centrada en la imagen.

 

Extracto del índice:

Acknowledgments

Webpage Contents: Further Materials

List of Illustrations and Tables

Notes on the Transcription

INTRODUCTION

1 The Development of Scholarly Practices Within Institutions

2 Scholarship and Protestantism

3 Why Zurich as a Case Study

4 Sources and Methodological Considerations

5 Zurich and the Production and Transfer of Knowledge

Part I

SWISS TOWN POLITICS, EDUCATION, AND ADMINISTRATION IN THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY

6 Swiss Town Politics, Higher Education, and Notions of Administration, Storage, and Order after the Reformation

7 Zurich Higher Education, 1555–1580

8 The Zurich Lectorium in the Secondary Literature

Part II

FROM SOCIETY TO SCHOOL: THE ZURICH SCHOOL REGULATIONS OF 1559

9 The School Regulations: Grossmünster, Stift and Town Council Documents

10 School Regulations as Scribal Publication

11 School Regulations: Aims in Education and Administration

12 School Statutes and Regulations in Zurich and in Europe: Distinction, Development, and European Background

13 Borrowed Decora and Full-Fledged Systematic Structures

Part III

STANDARDS OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION: KEEPING MINUTES IN ZURICH, 1560–1580

14 The Use of Minutes in Zurich’s Institutions: School Governance

15 The School Minutes: Educational and Administrative Practices

16 Tabular Classifications of the Zurich Lectorium, 1560–1580

17 The Practice of Regulations: Explicit References to Rules

18 An Archive of Stable Practices

Part IV

CLASS INSTRUCTION: LECTURES AND THE USE OF TEXTBOOKS

19 Zurich’s Textbooks and Class Instruction: Introduction

20 Content and Significance of Teaching in the Zurich Lectorium

21 Practices of Collecting and Organizing Knowledge

22 Class Instruction and Education: Gessner and Zurich

CONCLUSION

23 The Changing Dynamics of Scholarly Information Management in Post-Reformation Zurich and Its European Context

BIBLIOGRAPHY

1 Primary Sources

2 Secondary Literature

APPENDICES

For more source transcriptions and explanations, see accompanying website below

Academic Directors, Teachers, and Students at the Lectorium

1 List of Academic Directors at the Grossmünster Stift given in the Preface of the School Minutes

2 Teachers named in the School Minutes

- Table with entries of staff lists in the Zurich Lectorium minutes

- Table with names of staff in list entries

3 Students

- Table with names of auditors of the lectorium listed in the Zurich Lectorium minutes

Documents pertaining to the Grossmünster Stift’s School Regulations

4 The Grossmünster Stift Regulations of 1532 Regarding the Lectorium’s Lecturers and Its Variations from 1523 to 1540

5 Transcription of the Regulations of 1559/1560

School Minutes (Acta Scholastica)

6 School Minutes, compiled by Johannes Wolf (1560–1561)

7 School Minutes, compiled by Rudolf Gwalther (1561–1562)

8 School Minutes, compiled by Ludwig Lavater (1562–1563)

9 School Minutes, compiled by Wolfgang Haller (1563–1564)

10 School Minutes, compiled by Josias Simmler (1564–1566)

11 From the School Minutes (Acta Scholastica): Organization of Administrative Penalties (1578) and Index (1580) by Johann Jacob Friess

Textbooks

12 Contents of Gessner, De Anima (1563)

 

THE LINDISFARNE GOSPELS

New perspectives

Richard Gameson (Durham University, Reino Unido)

Leiden, Holanda. BRILL. ISBN: 9789004337831. XXX, 224 págs. Julio de 2017. Encuadernado.

PVP EUR 156,00 (4% IVA incluido)

 

Es el volumen nº 57 de la serie LIBRARY OF THE WRITTEN WORD / THE MANUSCRIPT WORLD.

Una obra maestra de la producción de los manuscritos medievales y su decoración, el texto latino en inglés clásico de los Evangelios de LIndisfarne es un testigo vital de la cultura del libro.

 

Extracto del índice:

Preface

List of Illustrations

List of Abbreviations

List of Contributors

Plates

1 ‘A place more venerable than all in Britain’: The Archaeology of Anglo-Saxon Lindisfarne

David Petts

2 The Irish Tradition in Northumbria after the Synod of Whitby

Clare Stancliffe

3 Northumbrian Books in the Seventh and Eighth Centuries

Richard Gameson

4 Reading the Lindisfarne Gospels: Text, Image, Context

Michelle P. Brown

5 The Eusebian Apparatus in the Lindisfarne Gospels: Ailerán’s Kanon euangeliorum as a Lens for Its Appreciation

Thomas O’Loughlin

6 Painting by Numbers: The Art of the Canon Tables

Heather Pulliam

7 The Lindisfarne Gospels and the Performative Voice of Gospel Manuscripts

Carol Farr

8 The Lindisfarne Gospels: The Art of Symmetry and the Symmetry of Art

Michael N. Brennan

9 The Book of Durrow and the Lindisfarne Gospels

Nancy Netzer

10 The Texts of the Lindisfarne Gospels

Richard Marsden

11 Aldred’s Red Gloss

Andrew Beeby, Richard Gameson, Catherine Nicholson and Anthony W. Parker

12 The Lindisfarne Gospels: Aldred’s Gloss: For God and St Cuthbert and All the Saints Together Who are in the Island

E.G. Stanley

Index of Manuscripts

Index of People and Places

 

DUTCH AND FLEMISH NEWSPAPERS OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY – 2 vols

Arthur der Weduwen (University of St. Andrews, Reino Unido)

Leiden, Holanda. BRILL. ISBN: 9789004317314. 2150 págs. Abril de 2017. Encuadernado.

PVP EUR 365,00 (4% IVA incluido)

 

Es el volumen nº 58 de la serie LIBRARY OF THE WRITTEN WORD / THE HANDPRESS WORLD.

Este libro presenta una recopilación muy completa sobre los primeros periódicos en los Países Bajos, con 49 periódicos, más de 16000 números en 84 archivos y bibliotecas, parte de la primera historia del libro y la imprenta.

 

Extracto del índice:

VOLUME ONE

Preface

List of illustrations

List of maps and figures

Conventions

The development of the Dutch and Flemish press in the seventeenth century

1. Newspapers in the Low Countries and the study of the periodical press

A bibliographical quest

New departures

North and South

2. Amsterdam: innovation and transformation

A new information capital

Serving the national market

The “Instruction for the Courantier”

3. Privileges, scoundrels, and gentlemen. New structures of the Dutch press

News at the heart of the state

The gentleman-publisher of Haarlem

4. Resurgence and struggle. The Flemish press in the seventeenth century

Abraham Verhoeven, courantier extraordinaire

Two fat Dutch lies

Civic loyalties

5. The life of the courantier

Networks

Relata Refero?

Toil and investment

6. Politics, public, and the periodical press in the Low Countries

Reading the news

Problematic customers

A dynamic press

Appendices

A. Chronological register of seventeenth-century Dutch and Flemish newspapers

B. Publication days of seventeenth-century Dutch and Flemish newspapers

C. Availability of Dutch and Flemish newspapers, 1618-1700

D. Index of printers, publishers and sellers of newspapers

E. Places of correspondence in seventeenth-century Dutch and Flemish newspapers

F. Four newspaper translations

G. Extraordinary newspapers for extraordinary times. Seventeenth-century satirical newspapers in the Dutch Republic, 1661-1691

One-eyed lovers in the news

1684: year of discord

Bibliography

Index

VOLUME TWO

List of illustrations

List of maps and figures

Dutch and Flemish newspapers of the seventeenth century: bibliographical working method

Standards of inclusion

Chronological presentation

Distinction between series

Newspaper introductions

The structure of the bibliographical lists

Places of correspondence

Advertisements and public announcements

The survival of seventeenth-century Dutch and Flemish newspapers

Lost issues

Variant issues

Special issues

Illegal reprints

Facsimiles

Institutional codes

Note on call numbers

Bibliography

1. Courante uyt Italien, Duytslandt, &c. (1618-1669)

2. Tijdinghen uyt verscheyde Quartieren (1619-1671)

3. Arnhemsche Courant (1619-1636)

4. Nieuwe Tijdinghen (1620-1629)

5. Courante uyt Italien, Duytsland ende Nederlandt (1620-1643)

6. Nieuwe Courante uyt Italien, Duytslandt ende Nederlant (1623)

7. Wekelijcke Tijdinghe (1629-1631)

8. Extraordinaris Courante (1631)

9. Courante uyt Duytschlandt, &c. (1632)

10. Untitled Amsterdam Newspaper (1632)

11. Extraordinarisse Post-tijdinghe (1635-1690)

12. Den Ordinarissen Postilioen (1635-1678)

13. Nieuwe Tydinghen uyt verscheyde ghewesten (1637-1660)

14. Extraordinarisse Post tijdinge (1637)

15. Ordinarise Middel-weeckse Courante (1638-1669)

16. Ordinaris Dingsdaegsche Courante (1638-1671)

17. Europische Courant (1642-1646)

18. Extraordinarie Advijsen op Donderdagh (1644-1645)

19. Extra Europische tijdingen uyt verscheyde Quartieren (1645)

20. Saterdaeghsche Courante (1648)

21. Mercurius Anglo-Britannus (1648)

22. De Bode van Vrancriick (1649)

23. Wekelycke Nieus uyt Vranckryck Engelant ende andre Plaetsen (1652-1655)

24. Noodig, Continueerlick Acht-Dagen-Nieus (1653)

25. Wekelycke Mercurius (1654)

26. Haegsche Weekelycke Mercurius (I) (1654-1655)

27. Unnamed news serial venture in The Hague (1654)

28. Haegsche Weekelycke Mercurius (II) (1655-1658)

29. Courante uyt Italien ende Duytschlant, &c. (1656-1660)

30. Post-tydingen uyt ‘sGraven-Hage (1656-1662)

31. Oprechte Haerlemse Courant (1656-1700)

32. Mercurius (1658-1669)

33. Ordinaire Donderdaeghsche Europische Courant (1659-1667)

34. Haegse Post-Tydingen (1663-1677)

35. Nieuwe Vrijdaghsche Tijdingen. Wt verscheyde ghewesten (1664-1674)

36. Nieuwe Wekelicksche Gasette, Ofte Extraordinaire Nieuwe Tydingen uyt verscheyde Ghewesten (1666-1674)

37. Woensdaghsche Tijdinghen uyt verscheyde Ghewesten (1666-1674)

38. Unnamed Bruges newspaper (1672)

39. Oprechte Donderdagse Courante (1666)

40. Oprechte Rotterdamse Zee-en Post-tijdingen (1666-1668)

41. Zeelantsche en Haeghsche Post-Tijdinghe (1666)

42. Ghendtsche Post-Tydinghen (1667-1700)

43. Amsterdamsche Courant (1670-1700)

44. Latin Courante (1672)

45. Waerachtigh Verhael (1673-1674)

46. Utrechtse Courant (1675-1700)

47. Uytgesochte Nieuwe Tydingen (1684)

48. Opregte Leydse Courant (1686-1700)

49. Antwerpsche Post-Tijdinge (1691-1700)

 

A MATURING MARKET

The Iberian Book World in the first half of the seventeenth century

Alexander S. Wilkinson (University of St. Andrews, Reino Unido) y Alejandra Ulla Lorenzo (Universidade de Santiago de COmpostela) – Editores

Leiden, Holanda. BRILL. ISBN: 9789004340381. XVI, 285 págs. Septiembre de 2017. Encuadernado.

PVP EUR 126,00 (4% IVA incluido)

 

Es el volumen nº 59 de la serie LIBRARY OF THE WRITTEN WORD / THE HANDPRESS WORLD.

En sólo una generación o dos desde su llegada, la imprenta se convirtió en una parte de la cultura urbana en España y Portugal.

 

Extracto del índice:

List of Illustrations

Notes on Contributors

Introduction

Alexander S. Wilkinson

Part 1

Surveys of the Book Trade

1 A Maturing Market: The Iberian Book World in the First Half of the Seventeenth Century

Alexander S. Wilkinson

2 Printing in Antwerp in the Early Seventeenth Century and Its Connections with the Iberian World

César Manrique Figueroa

3 The Importation of Books into New Spain During the Seventeenth Century

Idalia García

4 Women and the Iberian Book Trade, 1472–1650

Alejandra Ulla Lorenzo

Part 2

Addressing the Reader in Golden-Age Spain

5 The Book-Reader Relationship in Golden-Age Spain: Reading Practices and the Publishing Industry in Don Quixote

Sarah Malfatti

6 ‘Reasons of State for Any Author’: Common Sense, Translation, and the International Republic of Letters

José María Pérez Fernández

7 Writing Literature for Publication, 1605–1637

Esther Villegas de la Torre

Part 3

The Stage in Print

8 Printed Plays in Early Modern Spain

Don Cruickshank

9 Cervantes’s Ocho comedias: From the Pen to the Print-Shop

John O’Neill

10 Printing Licenses and the Trade in Fiction in Spain in the First Half of the Seventeenth Century

Manuel Calderón Calderón

Part 4

Market Specialisms: Chivalric Literature, Medicine and the News

11 Printing Books of Chivalry in Portugal at the Beginning of the Seventeenth Century

Aurelio Vargas Díaz-Toledo

12 Medical Publishing in Portugal in the First Half of the Seventeenth Century: A Good Business?

Hervé Baudry

13 The Golden Age of the Single Event Printed Newsletter: Relaciones de sucesos, 1601–1650

Henry Ettinghausen

14 ‘Things Worthy of Being Known’: The Reception and Consumption of the Press in Catalonia During the First Half of the Seventeenth

Century

Ricard Expósito Amagat

Index

 

BROADSHEETS

Single-sheet publishing in the first age of print

Andrew Pettegree (University of St. Andrews, Reino Unido) – Editor

Leiden, Holanda. BRILL. ISBN: 9789004340305. XXII, 542 págs. Agosto de 2017. Encuadernado.

PVP EUR 193,00 (4% IVA incluido)

 

Es el volumen nº 60 de la serie LIBRARY OF THE WRITTEN WORD / THE HANDPRESS WORLD.

¿Cuál es el papel de la publicación de las hojas sueltas en la industria de la imprenta en Europa durante los dos siglos tras la invención de la misma? Según las tesis de este libro, permitieron gracias a la publicación de hojas de noticias o tabloides mantener la solvencia económica necesaria para que se publicaran libros de venta más difícil y favoreció el crecimiento que hemos visto a lo largo de la historia.

 

Extracto del índice:

Preface

Notes on Contributors

List of Abbreviations

Introduction

1. Andrew Pettegree, Single-sheet publishing in the first age of print: typology and topography

2. Flavia Bruni, Early Modern Broadsheets between Archives and Libraries: a Possible Integration?

2. Surveys

3. Alexander S. Wilkinson, Alejandra Ulla Lorenzo and Alba de la Cruz, Spanish Broadsheets: 1472-1700

4. Falk Eisermann, Fifty Thousand Veronicas. Print runs of broadsheets in the fifteenth and early sixteenth century

5. Drew Thomas, Reconstructing Wittenberg’s Broadsheet History

3. Official print

6. Flavia Bruni, In the name of God: governance, public order and theocracy in the broadsheets of the Stampa Camerale of Rome

7. Jamie Cumby, Bread and Fairs: Broadsheet Printing for the Municipality of Lyon, 1497-1570

8. Shanti Graheli, Collections of Italian Ordinance Broadsheets in Parisian Libraries c. 1500-1650

9. Nina Lamal, Merchants and broadsheets: the case of the van der Meulen family

10. Arthur der Weduwen, “Everyone has hereby been warned.” The Structure and Typography of Broadsheet Ordinances and the Communication of Governance in the Early Seventeenth-Century Dutch Republic

4. Politics

11. Johan Verberckmoes & Violet Soen, Flying broadsheets. Broadsheets testing moderation in the nascent Dutch Revolt

12. Jan Hillgaertner, The King is Dead. German Broadsheets printed on the death of Gustavus Adolphus and Charles I

13. John Roger Paas, The German Political Broadsheet of the Seventeenth Century. Reflections on a malleable genre

5. Broadsheets in the Academic World

14. Richard Kirwan, Function in Form: single sheet items and the utility of cheap print in the early modern university

15. Malcolm Walsby, Cheap print and the academic market: The printing of dissertations in sixteenth-century Louvain

16. Saskia Limbach, Printing medical disputations in Basel: A compelling but competitive business

6. Broadsheets in the Marketplace

17. Amelie Roper, Music broadsheets of the German Reformation: Production, Performance and Persuasion

18. Alexandra Hill, The Lamentable Tale of Lost Ballads in London, 1557-1640

19. Abaigéal Warfield, Witchcraft illustrated: the crime of witchcraft in early modern German broadsheets

20. Graeme Kemp, Selling books by Broadsheet: A Sales Catalogue of Marie Flo Savreux, marchand-libraire

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