Tipo di documento:
Opera collettanea
Autore/curatore:
Edited by Peter Biller and Anne Hudson
 
Standard: [Hudson, Anne] [Biller, Peter]
Titolo:
Heresy and Literacy, 1000-1530
Collana:
Cambridge Studies in medieval literature
Volume:
23
Data di pubblicazione:
1994
Tipo/numero di edizione:
First edition
Luogo di pubblicazione:
Cambridge

Standard : [Cambridge]

Editore/tipografo:
Cambridge University Press

Standard: [Cambridge University Press]

ISBN/ISSN:
0-521-419790-4
Pagine:
XXV, 313
Numero di illustrazioni:
Ill.
Soggetti:
Eresie - Cultura scritta - Medioevo
Eresie medievali e letteratura
Manoscritti ereticali - Medioevo
Valdesi - Alfabetizzazione - Medioevo

Indice:

Peter Biller: Heresy and literacy: earlier history of the theme (1-18); R. I. Moore: Literacy and the making of heresy c.1000–c.1150 (19-37); Bernard Hamilton: Wisdom from the East: the reception by the Cathars of Eastern dualist texts (38-60); Peter Biller: The Cathars of Languedoc and written materials (61-82); Lorenzo Paolini: Italian Catharism and written culture (83-103); Aaron Gurevich: Heresy and literacy: evidence of the thirteenth-century exempla (104-111); Alexander Patschovsky: The literacy of Waldensianism from Valdes to c.1400 (112-136); Anne Brenon: The Waldensian books (137-159); Pierette Paravy: Waldensians in the Dauphiné (1400–1530): from dissidence in texts to dissidence in practice (160-175); Gabriel Audisio: Were the Waldensians more literate than their contemporaries (1460–1560)? (176-185); Robert E. Lerner: Writing and resistance among Beguins of Languedoc and Catalonia (186-204); Geneviève Hasenohr: Religious reading amongst the laity in France in the fifteenth century (205-221); Anne Hudson: Laicus litteratus: the paradox of Lollardy (222-236); František Šmahel: Literacy and heresy in Hussite Bohemia (237-254); Bob Scribner: Heterodoxy, literacy and print in the early German Reformation (255-278); R. N. Swanson: Literacy, heresy, history and orthodoxy: perspectives and permutations for the later Middle Ages (279-293). Index

Riassunto/commento:

First paperback edition 1996 (ISBN 0-521-57576-1)

Proceedings of a conference at Lady Margaret Hall Oxford in July 1992

Articolo dell'opera collettanea:
- The literacy of Waldensianism from Valdes to c.1400
- The Waldensian books
- Waldensians in the Dauphiné (1400-1530): from dissidence in texts to dissidence in practice
- Were the Waldensians more literate than their contemporaries (1460–1560)?