Sanctuary Burning: The St. Brice's Day Massacre And The Danes In England Under Aethelred The Unready, 2016 University of Puget Sound
Sanctuary Burning: The St. Brice's Day Massacre And The Danes In England Under Aethelred The Unready, Erica Thomas
An examination of the St. Brice's Day Massacre in conjunction with the chronicles, archaeological evidence, legal implications and ethnic identities related to the English-Danish conflict. This paper argues that examinations of the Massacre have been extremely limited in the past, and the full range of evidence must be consulted in order to uncover the full historical context and significance of this event.
51st International Congress On Medieval Studies, 2016 Western Michigan University
51st International Congress On Medieval Studies, Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University
International Congress on Medieval Studies Archive
The printed program of the 51st International Congress on Medieval Studies (May 12-15, 2016), including the Corrigenda.
Memory And Remembering: Sacred History And The York Plays, 2016 Western Michigan University
Memory And Remembering: Sacred History And The York Plays, Clifford Davidson
Flawed Knighthood And Kingship In The Medieval Literary Tradition, 2016 Longwood University
Flawed Knighthood And Kingship In The Medieval Literary Tradition, Leta Bressin
Theses, Dissertations & Honors Papers
Throughout the corpus of medieval literature, especially fourteenth-century romance, chivalry plays a significant role as a social construct for gauging both successful and disastrous kingship. For kings like Henry II, Richard I, Edward III, Richard II, Henry IV, and Edward IV, the literature of the time offers insights on the difficulties of chivalry and kingship in representation and practice. Production of vernacular chivalric romance literature evolved considerably in the thirteenth and fourteenth-centuries in England. Geoffrey Chaucer’s fourteenth-century Knight’s Tale, and the anonymous Stanzaic Morte Arthur and Alliterative Morte Arthure offer a stinging critique of chivalry potentially aimed at ...
Logotherapy And The Logical Trilemma, 2016 Lake Forest College
Logotherapy And The Logical Trilemma, Kristin A. Rawlings
Lake Forest Papers
No abstract provided.
Kings, Wars, And Duck Eggs: Interpretations Of Poetry In Egil’S Saga, 2016 University of Virginia
Kings, Wars, And Duck Eggs: Interpretations Of Poetry In Egil’S Saga, James C. Daughton
MAD-RUSH Undergraduate Research Conference
This paper examines the function and cultural implications of poetry in Egil’s Saga, an Icelandic saga written around the thirteenth century A.D. The title character, Egil Skallagrimson, is a renowned warrior and obstinate maverick, but perhaps his most singular trait is his gift for crafting poetry—a talent reflected in the nearly sixty sets of his verse that appear throughout the prose text. Obviously, these poems allow the reader to tap into Egil’s psyche, but they also fulfill the more profound purpose of illuminating the values and experiences of medieval Icelanders. Egil eternalizes the heritage he shares ...
The Dream Vision From The Song Of Songs By Jerome, 2016 University of California, Davis
The Dream Vision From The Song Of Songs By Jerome, Jane Beal Phd
Translated from the Latin by Jane Beal.
Excerpt From A Pilgrimage To Sumiyoshi By Ashikaga Yoshiakira, 2016 University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
Excerpt From A Pilgrimage To Sumiyoshi By Ashikaga Yoshiakira, Kendra D. Strand
Translated from the Japanese by Kendra Strand.
Getting The Picture: Engaging Student Learning Using Pinterest, 2016 Winthrop University
Getting The Picture: Engaging Student Learning Using Pinterest, Jo Koster
Winthrop Conference on Teaching and Learning
In a digital environment, teachers and students have access to a wide variety of material that can be used to create discussion, spark inquiry, and prompt critical thinking. One of the social media tools that can be used for this is Pinterest, a free online visual discovery, collection, sharing, and storage tool that allows users to curate and share information through the creation of visual bookmarks called “boards.” Users can “pin” material to their boards either by linking to other online sites or by uploading materials of their own; boards can be grouped by similar characteristics, themes, events, questions, ideas ...
Soler, Abel. El Corsari Jaume De Vilaragut I La Donzella Carmesina. El Cavaller Que Inspirà El “Tirant Lo Blanc.” València: Edicions Alfons El Magnànim (“Estudis Universitaris,” Núm. 133), 2014. 2 Vols., 2016 California State University - Fullerton
Soler, Abel. El Corsari Jaume De Vilaragut I La Donzella Carmesina. El Cavaller Que Inspirà El “Tirant Lo Blanc.” València: Edicions Alfons El Magnànim (“Estudis Universitaris,” Núm. 133), 2014. 2 Vols., Enric Mallorqui-Ruscalleda
No abstract provided.
Idleness Working: The Discourse Of Love's Labor From Ovid Through Chaucer And Gower, 2016 Cleveland State University
Idleness Working: The Discourse Of Love's Labor From Ovid Through Chaucer And Gower, Gregory Sadlek
Gregory M Sadlek
Inspired by the critical theories of M. M. Bakhtin, Idleness Working is a groundbreaking study of key works in the Western literature of love from Classical Rome to the late Middle Ages. The study focuses on the evolution of the ideologically-saturated discourse of love's labor contained in these works and thus explores them in the context of ancient and medieval theories of labor and leisure, which themselves are seen to evolve through the course of Western history. What emerges from this study is a fresh appreciation and deepened understanding of such well-known classics of love literature as Ovid's ...
‘As Trainers For The Healthy’: Physical Therapists, Anointers, And Healing In The Late Latin West, 2015 University of Iowa
‘As Trainers For The Healthy’: Physical Therapists, Anointers, And Healing In The Late Latin West, Sarah E. Bond
Department of Classics Publications
This article asserts that cultural distinctions in the use of oil and the esteem of athletics initially allowed for a higher status for massage therapists, athletic trainers, and anointers in Greek as opposed to Roman culture. Over the course of the Empire, however, these dissimilarities waned due to cultural, medical, and—ultimately—religious shifts. These professionals are, in a sense, trace elements that allow us to track transformation in attitudes towards the body and the power of touch to heal from the high Empire into Late Antiquity. They also allow us to discern the implications of the Church’s claim ...
Characters Through Time, 2015 Loyola Marymount University
Characters Through Time, Alyssa Venezia
T. S. Eliot once wrote that we “often find that not only the best, but the most individual parts of [an author’s] work may be those in which the dead poets, his ancestors, assert their immortality most vigorously” (Eliot 37). By focusing on character adaptations, one comes to understand how authors of children’s books are able to adapt classic literature into age-appropriate texts that retain the merits of the original. Five sets of characters shall be analyzed to demonstrate the success of the adaptations presented in children’s literature. In the first, Sir Bedivere from Sir Thomas Malory ...
Timon Of Athens: The Iconography Of False Friendship, 2015 Western Michigan University
Timon Of Athens: The Iconography Of False Friendship, Clifford Davidson
The realization that iconographic tableaux appear at central points in the drama of Shakespeare no longer seems to involve a radical critical perspective. Thus a recent study is able to show convincingly that the playwright presented audiences with a Hamlet who upon his first appearance on stage illustrated what the Renaissance would certainly have recognized as the melancholic contemplative personality. As I have noted in a previous article, the hero of Macbeth when he sees the bloody dagger before him is in fact perceiving the image which most clearly denotes tragedy itself; in the emblem books, the dagger is indeed ...
York Art: A Subject List Of Extant And Lost Art, 2015 Selected Works
York Art: A Subject List Of Extant And Lost Art, Clifford Davidson, David O'Connor
A list, classified by subject, of extant and lost art from pre-Reformation York originally compiled by Clifford Davidson and David E. O'Connor in 1978 and updated by Clifford Davidson, apparently in 2003. This digital reprint was created in 2014 for ScholarWorks at WMU.
The Dramatic Tradition Of The Middle Ages, 2015 Western Michigan University
The Dramatic Tradition Of The Middle Ages, Clifford Davidson
The twenty-five essays in this collection provide unusual insights into early European drama. Written by American, European, and Japanese scholars, the contributions focus on such subjects as recent discoveries of medieval music-dramas and the conditions of their composition and performance pictorial elements in English and Continental vemacular drama, the later history of medieval drama, and secular plays and playing. The articles first appeared in The Early Drama, Art, and Music Review, which was the official journal of the EDAM project at the Medieval institute Western Michigan University and are included here for their unique contribution to drama studies. Altogether, the ...
The Apocalyptic Adventures Of Private Winfred Scott Biegle, 2015 Western Michigan University
The Apocalyptic Adventures Of Private Winfred Scott Biegle, Clifford Davidson
A modernist novel, describing a dystopian military in the imaginary dictatorship of Atlantis, written more than a half century ago when the author was a conscript in the army during the Cold War. As editor of the post newspaper at the Granite City Engineer Depot, Clifford Davidson was in a privileged position for observing the military mentality of the time, in particular the propensity for bullying intended to turn men into mindless killing machines. From other soldiers he was also able to hear disturbing stories at first hand about World War II and the very recent Korean War, only concluded ...
Iconography: A Checklist Of Some Useful Sources For Scholars And Students Of Medieval Art And Drama, Clifford Davidson
A classified bibliography of scholarship on medieval drama, art, and music compiled by Clifford Davidson in 2002. This reprint was created in 2014 for ScholarWorks at WMU, with some corrections to the content and the formatting of the 2002 version.
The Early Drama, Art, And Music Project: Publications 1977-2002, 2015 Selected Works
The Early Drama, Art, And Music Project: Publications 1977-2002, Timothy Christiansen, Clifford Davidson
A bibliography of publications of the Early Drama, Art, and Music project at Western Michigan University, originally compiled by Timothy Christiansen and updated in 2002 by Clifford Davidson. This digital reprint was created in 2014 for ScholarWorks at WMU, with an addendum, an update, and a few corrections to the formatting of the 2002 publication.
Norwegians In Michigan, 2015 Western Michigan University
Norwegians In Michigan, Clifford Davidson
In Norwegians in Michigan, Clifford Davidson shows how Norwegians took advantage of opportunities when they began settling in Michigan in the nineteenth century. Norwegians sailed Lake Michigan, joined the lumber trade, farmed the northwest part of the state, and mined copper and iron in the Upper Peninsula. At the same time, they brought a unique culture that came to be associated with Michigan and the Midwest. The first generations of Norwegians in Michigan maintained close cultural ties with their homeland. Some Norwegian immigrants adjusted to life in a new land more quickly than others. Among these, according to Davidson, were ...