Diehl, Peter D.. Christendom and its Discontents: Exclusion, Persecution, and Rebellion, 1000-1500 (New York : Cambridge University Press, 1996).

ID:
 
10758
 
Title:
 
Christendom and its Discontents: Exclusion, Persecution, and Rebellion, 1000-1500
 
Primary Author:
 
Diehl, Peter D.
 
Role:
 
editor
 
Additional Authors:
 
Waugh, Scott L. (co-editor)
 
Publisher:
 
Cambridge University Press
 
Language:
 
English
 
Source Type:
 
Secondary Source
 
Publication Type:
 
collection
 
Publication Status:
 
Published
 
Place of Publication:
 
New York
 
Date of Publication:
 
1996
 
Notes:
 
Table of Contents: Part I: Heterodoxy, Dissemination and Repression _Heresy, repression, and social change in the age of Gregorian reform_ by R.I. Moore _Overcoming reluctance to prosecute heresy in thirteenth-century Italy_ by Peter D. Diehl _Social stress, social strain, and the inquisitors of Medieval Languedoc_ by James Given _The schools and the Waldensians: a new work by Durand of Huesca_ by Mary A. Rouse and Richard H. Rouse _The reception of Arnau de Vilanova's religious ideas_ by Clifford R. Backman _"Springing cockel in our clene corn": Lollard preaching in England around 1400_ by Anne Hudson Part II: Women's Religious Aspirations _Repression or collaboration? The case of Elisabeth and Ekbert of Schönau_ by Anne L. Clark _Prophetic patronage as repression: Lucia Brocadelli da Narni and Ercole d'Este_ by E. Ann Matter _Scandala: controversies concerning clausura and women's religious communities in late medieval Italy_ by Katherine Gill Part III: Non-Christian Minorities within Medieval Christendom _The conversion of Minorcan Jews (417-418): an experiment in history of historiography_ by Carlo Ginzburg _The deteriorating image of the Jews - twelfth and thirteenth centuries_ by Robert Chazan _Monarchs and minorities in the Christian western Mediterranean around 1300: Lucera and its analogues_ by David Abulafia _Muslim Spain and Mediterranean slavery: the medieval slave trade as an aspect of Muslim-Christian relations_ by Olivia Remie Constable Part IV. Christendom and its Discontents: Rethinking the Boundaries _The tortures of the body of Christ_ by Gavin I. Langmuir _The holy and the unholy: sainthood, witchcraft, and magic in late medieval Europe_ by Richard Kieckhefer _Transgressing the limits set by the fathers: authority and impious exegesis in medieval thought_ by Edward M. Peters