Manuscripts and Monastic Culture
edited by Alison I. Beach, University of Cologne
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Table of Contents
Nigel F. Palmer, Oxford University
- "The Place of Germany in the Twelfth-Century Renaissance"
Rodney Thomson, University of Tasmania
- "Art, Exegesis, and Affective Piety in Twelfth-Century German Manuscripts"
Cohen, University of Toronto
- "Speaking of Spiritual Matters: Visions and the Rhetoric of Reform in the Liber
visionum of Otloh of St Emmeram"
Ellen Joyce, Beloit College
- "Illustrations in the Manuscripts of the Admont Nuns from the Second Half of
the Twelfth Century: Reflections on Their Function"
Stefanie Seeberg, Independent Scholar
- "The Multiform Grace of the Holy Spirit: Salvation History and the Book of
Ruth at Twelfth-Century Admont"
Alison I. Beach, University of Cologne
- "Women's Reading and Monastic Reform in Twelfth-Century Germany:
The Library of the Nuns of Lippoldberg"
Julie Hotchin, Independent Scholar
- "Christ's Educated Brides: Literacy, Spirituality, and Gender in Twelfth-Century Admont"
Christina Lutter, University of Vienna
- "Scholastic Theology in a Monastic Milieu in the Twelfth Century:
The Case of Admont"
Constant Mews, Monash University
- "Diligens scrutator sacri eloquii: An Introduction to Scriptural
Exegesis by Hugh of St Victor Preserved at the Admont Library (MS 672)"
Ralf M. W. Stammberger, Hugh of St. Victor Institute
- "Bernard of Clairvaux's Sermones Super Cantica Canticorum in
Lisa Fagin Davis, Independent Scholar
Manuscripts and Monastic Culture arose out
of a conference by the same name that took place at Stift
Admont in August 2002. You may view the conference website here.
Planning for a subsequent conference that will bring together scholars from the Anglo-American and
German traditions is in its early stages. For more information, please contact
Prof. Alison Beach.