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Prince And Martyr: Recasting Shahnameh’S Seyavash In Daneshvar’S Savushun, Mojgan Behmand Oct 2005

Prince And Martyr: Recasting Shahnameh’S Seyavash In Daneshvar’S Savushun, Mojgan Behmand

Mojgan Behmand

No abstract available.


The Cistercian Studies Conference, 2005, The Institute Of Cistercian Studies May 2005

The Cistercian Studies Conference, 2005, The Institute Of Cistercian Studies

Conference on Cistercian Studies Programs

Program for the 2005 Cistercian Studies Conference at Western Michigan University in conjunction with the 40th Annual International Congress on Medieval Studies. This conference happened between May 5-8 2005.


40th International Congress On Medieval Studies, Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University May 2005

40th International Congress On Medieval Studies, Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University

International Congress on Medieval Studies Archive

The printed program of the 40th International Congress on Medieval Studies (May 5-8, 2005), including the Corrigenda.


Otto Gründler: In Memoriam (1928-2004), Richard Utz Jan 2005

Otto Gründler: In Memoriam (1928-2004), Richard Utz

Richard Utz

Eulogy on Director of the Medieval Institute at Western Michigan University.


Otto Gründler: In Memoriam (1928-2004), Richard Utz Jan 2005

Otto Gründler: In Memoriam (1928-2004), Richard Utz

Medieval Institute Affiliated Faculty & Staff Publications

Eulogy on Director of the Medieval Institute at Western Michigan University.


Chechens Through The Russian Prism, Rebecca Gould Jan 2005

Chechens Through The Russian Prism, Rebecca Gould

Rebecca Gould

No abstract provided.


Behind The Wall Of The Caucasus, Rebecca Gould Jan 2005

Behind The Wall Of The Caucasus, Rebecca Gould

Rebecca Gould

No abstract provided.


The Bigger The Book: On Oversize Medieval Manuscripts, George Greenia Jan 2005

The Bigger The Book: On Oversize Medieval Manuscripts, George Greenia

Arts & Sciences Articles

No abstract provided.


‘Þæt Is Yrre': The Construction And Use Of Anger In Anglo-Saxon Literature, Hilary E. Fox Jan 2005

‘Þæt Is Yrre': The Construction And Use Of Anger In Anglo-Saxon Literature, Hilary E. Fox

Master's Theses

An examination of the linguistic background and literary conceptions of anger in Old English. The first point of analysis will be the vocabulary of used to discuss anger and its manifestations in Old English prose didactic texts, particularly homilies and translations from Latin materials. Subsequent chapters will discuss anger as a literary phenomenon, first with respect to its use in the Old English hagiographic poem The Passion of St. Juliana and then Beowulf. The goal of these two chapters collectively is to outline the social use ( or misuse) of anger, and Christian understandings of how anger must be controlled or ...


Corporal Terror: Critiques Of Imperialism In The Siege Of Jerusalem, Alex Mueller Dec 2004

Corporal Terror: Critiques Of Imperialism In The Siege Of Jerusalem, Alex Mueller

Alex Mueller

No abstract provided.


Wauchier De Denain, La Vie Seint Marcel De Lymoges, Edition Critique, Molly Lynde-Recchia Dec 2004

Wauchier De Denain, La Vie Seint Marcel De Lymoges, Edition Critique, Molly Lynde-Recchia

Molly Lynde-Recchia

The *Vie seint Marcel de Lymoges* presents the life of Saint Martial, who according to legend was baptized in the presence of Jesus Christ, witnessed the resurrection, and shared in the powers granted to the apostles by the Holy Spirit. Sent by his cousin Saint Peter on an evangelizing mission to the French city of Limoges, Martial is responsible for the wholesale conversion of the entire region of Aquitaine.

In the early thirteenth century, Wauchier de Denain translated this text from the eleventh-century Latin *Vita sancti Martialis episcopi Lemovicensis* attributed to Adémar de Chabannes. The *Vie seint Marcel* is one ...


Could Duke Phillip The Good Of Burgundy Have Owned The Bayeux Tapestry In 1430, George Beech Dec 2004

Could Duke Phillip The Good Of Burgundy Have Owned The Bayeux Tapestry In 1430, George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract available.


An ‘Old’ Conquest Of England Tapestry (Possibly The Bayeux) Owned By The Rulers Of France, England And Burgundy (1396-1430), George Beech Dec 2004

An ‘Old’ Conquest Of England Tapestry (Possibly The Bayeux) Owned By The Rulers Of France, England And Burgundy (1396-1430), George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract available.