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R. Merritt Cox (1939-1987), Pioneer Of John Bowle Studies, George Greenia, Daniel Eisenberg Oct 2003

R. Merritt Cox (1939-1987), Pioneer Of John Bowle Studies, George Greenia, Daniel Eisenberg

Arts & Sciences Articles

No abstract provided.


The Cistercian Studies Conference, 2003, The Institute Of Cistercian Studies May 2003

The Cistercian Studies Conference, 2003, The Institute Of Cistercian Studies

Conference on Cistercian Studies Programs

Program for the 2003 Cistercian Studies Conference at Western Michigan University in conjunction with the 38th Annual International Congress on Medieval Studies. This conference happened between May 8-11 2003.


38th International Congress On Medieval Studies, Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University May 2003

38th International Congress On Medieval Studies, Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University

International Congress on Medieval Studies Archive

The printed program of the 38th International Congress on Medieval Studies (May 8-11, 2003), including the Corrigenda.


How The Axe Falls: A Retrospective On Twenty-Five Years Of Sir Gawain And The Green Knight Performance, Linda Marie Zaerr Mar 2003

How The Axe Falls: A Retrospective On Twenty-Five Years Of Sir Gawain And The Green Knight Performance, Linda Marie Zaerr

Linda Marie Zaerr

No abstract provided.


Hypertext: A Sacred (He)Art?: Cor Ad Cor Loquitur From Augustine To Shelley Jackson., Martin L. Warren Jan 2003

Hypertext: A Sacred (He)Art?: Cor Ad Cor Loquitur From Augustine To Shelley Jackson., Martin L. Warren

English Faculty Publications

Self-discovery, self-exploration, the creation of the self or the Subject is a human preoccupation that goes beyond the postmodern era. The epigraphs that begin this paper show that the human concern with how language and representation play a crucial role in the formation of the subject flows back through time from our present to Augustine, the fourth-century master of the art of self-knowledge, and beyond. When Augustine started writing his Confessions, the self as something to write about, a theme or object (subject) of writing activity, was already well established. In his Confessions, Augustine uses cor ad cor loquitur, or ...


El Cerro De Las Balsas Y El Chinchorro: Una Aproximación A La Arqueología Del Poblamiento Prehistórico E Ibérico En La Albufereta De Alicante., Pablo Rosser Jan 2003

El Cerro De Las Balsas Y El Chinchorro: Una Aproximación A La Arqueología Del Poblamiento Prehistórico E Ibérico En La Albufereta De Alicante., Pablo Rosser

pablo rosser

PABLO ROSSER, J. ELAYI, J.M. PÉREZ BURGOS. Estudio amplio de las intervenciones arqueológicas realizadas en el Cerro de las Balsas / Tossal de les Basses, Albufereta, Alicante. Monográfico nº 2, de la Revista LQNT.


De Fontibus Salvatoris: A Survey Of Twelfth And Thirteen Century Baptismal Fonts Ornamented With Events From The Childhood Of Christ, Harriet M. Sonne De Torrens Dr. Jan 2003

De Fontibus Salvatoris: A Survey Of Twelfth And Thirteen Century Baptismal Fonts Ornamented With Events From The Childhood Of Christ, Harriet M. Sonne De Torrens Dr.

Harriet M Sonne de Torrens Dr.

No abstract provided.


York Art: A Subject List Of Extant And Lost Art, Clifford Davidson, David E. O'Connor Jan 2003

York Art: A Subject List Of Extant And Lost Art, Clifford Davidson, David E. O'Connor

Early Drama, Art, and Music

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.


Transforming The Medieval Iberian Canon: Finding A Space For Women, Dawn Bratsch-Prince Jan 2003

Transforming The Medieval Iberian Canon: Finding A Space For Women, Dawn Bratsch-Prince

World Languages and Cultures Publications

In their compelling analysis of the gender of the Hispanic literary canon, Crista Johnson and Joan Brown show that the representation of female authors, across centuries and continents, on required reading lists at Ph.D.-granting institutions in the United States is, at best, minimal and inconsistent. Scholarly activity on women writers, however, is substantial -one might even say vigorous- and so sadly at odds with those lists of required or canonical works. Johnson and Brown ask: "How much time must elapse before current scholarly trends are communicated to the next generation of scholars?" (1998, 473).


Books And Bookmaking, George Greenia Jan 2003

Books And Bookmaking, George Greenia

Arts & Sciences Articles

No abstract provided.


The Moralized Bible In Spain, George Greenia Jan 2003

The Moralized Bible In Spain, George Greenia

Arts & Sciences Articles

No abstract provided.


Improvisation In Medieval British Drama, Clifford Davidson Dec 2002

Improvisation In Medieval British Drama, Clifford Davidson

Clifford Davidson

No abstract available.


The Bodley Christ’S Burial And Christ’S Resurrection: Vernacular Dramas For Good Friday And Easter, Clifford Davidson Dec 2002

The Bodley Christ’S Burial And Christ’S Resurrection: Vernacular Dramas For Good Friday And Easter, Clifford Davidson

Clifford Davidson

Reprint in Festivals and Plays, 169–85.