Networks of Learning: Perspectives on Scholars in Byzantine East and Latin West, C. 1000-1200
Cultures of learning and practices of education in the Middle Ages are drawing renewed attention, and recent approaches are questioning the traditional boundaries of institutional and intellectual history. The volume assembles contributions on both Byzantine and Latin learned culture, and aims to locate medieval scholars in their religious and political contexts instead of studying them in a framework of 'schools'. Eleven contributions on eastern and western scholars offer complementary perspectives on scholars and their work, discussing the symbolic and discursive construction of religious and intellectual authority, practices of networking and adaptations of knowledge formations. Sita Steckel is Junior Professor of Medieval History at the University of Munster and author of a study on 'cultures of teaching' in the early and high middle ages. Niels Gaul is Associate Professor of Byzantine Studies at CEU Budapest, with an interest in Byzantine scholarship, especially the societal functions of rhetoric. Michael GrÃ¼nbart is Associate Professor of Byzantine Studies at the University of Munster. He is currently working on the image of Byzantine aristocracy and preparing an introduction to the function of letters and words in Byzantine daily life.
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Paideia Connects The Interaction
Poetry and Networking in High
Ceremonies and Performances
DIRKKRAUSMULLER Mardin Establishing Authority in
KATRIN BEYER Berlin Wit and Irony Rhetorical Strategies
The Use of Emotions
Networks of Learning in Byzantine East
Rising Elites and Institutionalization
List of Illustrations
Akademie Alberic ancient authority Baudri Beiträge Berengar Berlin bishop Boncompagno Bourgueil Brepols Byzan Byzantine Studies Byzantinische Byzantium Byzanz Cambridge University Press canon cathedral schools charismatic Chartres Christian church Cologne communities Constantinople context culture dictaminis early ecclesiastical eleventh century emotional Europe Eustathios Evergetis example friendship Greek Gruyter Hartmann Hermes Hermetic Hildebert idem imperial intellectual Italian Ivo of Chartres Jahrhundert knowledge Komnenos Kulturen des Lehrens Latin west learning letter-writing letters literary literature Magdalino manuscript Marbod Marbod of Rennes Margaret Mullett Markopoulos Medieval Michael Grünbart Michael Psellos Middle Ages Migne Mittelalter monastery monastic monks Mont Saint-Michel Montecassino Münster-Swendsen networks Niketas Stethatos Orderic Vitalis Oxford Paris patriarch Patrologia Patrologia Latina Paul Peter philosophy poems poetry political pupils religious Renaissance rhetoric role scholars siècle social Stoudios Studien Symeon teacher teaching texts Thierry of Chartres Tilliette tion tradition translation Turnhout twelfth century Tzetzes Verlag verse vols western writing