5 edition of Kieckhefer: Sainthood found in the catalog.
July 1, 1992
by University of California Press
Written in English
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He is the author of The Buddhist Revival in Sri Lanka (University of South Carolina Press, ) and The Word of the Buddha (Colombo, ), and is co-author/editor, with Richard Kieckhefer, of Sainthood: Its Manifestations in World Religions (University of California Press, ). Full text of "Forbidden Rites A Necromancer's Manual Of The Fifteenth Century (Magic In History) Richard Kieckhefer" See other formats.
Select Book Format Menu James Lewis James P. Lewis, Ph.D., founder of The Lewis Institute, Inc., is one of today's most recognized and respected authorities in project management. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Kieckhefer, Richard. 'The Holy and the Unholy: Sainthood, Witchcraft, and Magic in Late Medieval Europe.' Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 24 (). Clark, Stuart. 'The Rational Witchfinder: Conscience, Demonological Naturalism and Popular Superstitions.'.
Chapter of an ed. book. Delooz, P. Towards a Sociological Study of Canonized Sainthood in the Catholic Church - CUP Archive - London. In-text: (Delooz, ). Richard Kieckhefer expounds on the perceived similarities between sainthood and witchcraft, reporting that all cases of “empirical confusion” of the two occurred in the case of women because “women’s spirituality was more often suspect” (Kieckhefer ).Author: Anna McGill.
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Richard Kieckhefer is a professor in the Department of the History and Literature of Religions at Northwestern University and the author of three previous books, including European Witch Trials: Their Foundations in Popular Learned Culture, (California, ).George D.
Bond is Professor in the Department of the History and Literature of Religions at Northwestern : Richard Kieckhefer. Sainthood Its Manifestations in World Religions. by Richard Kieckhefer (Editor), George D.
Bond (Editor) August ; First Edition; Paperback $, £; Title Details. Rights: Available worldwide Pages: ISBN: Trim Size: 6 x 9. Sainthood: Its manifestations in world religions [Kieckhefer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying by: This reprint has a ten-page foreword by Richard Kieckhefer that gives Kieckhefer: Sainthood book historiographical examination of the importance of this book, and situates it within the discipline today.
Closely reasoned, and written with a rare wit, A Razor for a Goat is a classic study and excellent Kieckhefer: Sainthood book of the literature and history of witchcraft."--GoogleBooks. Imitators of Christ / Richard Kieckhefer --Sainthood on the periphery / Robert L. Cohn --Prophet and walī / Frederick M.
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Krieckhefer, R & Kieckhefer, RHoliness and the culture of devotion: Remarks on some late medieval male saints.
in R Blumenfled-Kosinski & T Szell (eds), Images of Sainthood in Medieval Europe. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY, pp. Cited by: 3. Education.
After an undergraduate education at Saint Louis University, Kieckhefer earned a Ph.D. in history from the University of Texas inspending a year in Munich at the Monumenta Germaniae Historica Institute with the support of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).
Career. Kieckhefer has written on sainthood, medieval ritual magic, witchcraft, medieval and contemporary. The third and final part of Christine de Pizan’s Livre de La cité des dames (I—I) is the culmination of the book’s basic rhetorical and ideological strategy: an explicit and systematic defense of women against the standard charges of the misogynistic tradition, effected by adducing specific female examples of.
Richard Kieckhefer is the John Evans Professor of Religious Studies. His research interests focus mainly on the late Middle Ages, with special interest in church.
Kieckhefer, Richard "The holy and the unholy: sainthood, witchcraft, and magic in late medieval Europe", The Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 24/ Lightsey, Scott Manmade marvels in medieval culture and literature.
New. Sainthood (Paperback) Its Manifestations in World Religions. By Richard Kieckhefer (Editor), George D. Bond (Editor) University of California Press,pp.
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officials. (This is said in respectful disagreement with Richard Kieckhefer who states in his foreword to this translation that the book "has as its central explicit focus the relationship between curial and lay perceptions of sainthood" [p. xix], which is a subtly, but importantly different matter).File Size: KB.
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(My reading of Vauchez differs subtly, yet significantly from that of Richard Kieckhefer-himself a distinguished scholar of late medieval sanctity-who states in his foreword to this translation that the book"has as its central explicit focus the relationship between curial and lay perceptions of sainthood" [p.
This is a standard work of reference for the study of the religious history of western Christianity in the later middle ages which, since its original publication in French inhas come to be regarded as one of the great contributions to medieval studies of recent times.
Hagiographical texts Price: $ In a book that sets out the prehistory of the early modern European witch craze, Nancy Caciola shows how medieval people decided whom to venerate as a saint infused with the spirit of God and whom to avoid as a demoniac possessed of an unclean spirit.
Richard Kieckhefer She traces the ambiguous boundary between sainthood and demonic Price: $ On the background for the monogram see Traube, Ludwig, Nomina sacra: Versuch einer Geschichte der christlichen Kürzung (Munich: Beck, ), pp.
–60; on Bernardino of Siena's use of it see Kieckhefer, Richard, “Holiness and the Culture of Devotion: Remarks on Some Late Medieval Male Saints,” in Images of Sainthood in Medieval Europe.
Kieckhefer and Bond have produced an unusually helpful book in the genre of the history of religions. Seven noted scholars have provided rather comprehensive reviews of sainthood or its analogues in major religious traditions. Richard Kieckhefer has written on Christianity, Robert L.
Cohn on Judaism, Frederick M. Denny on Islam. 'A monumental work of scholarship, of vital importance for an understanding of church, popular piety, and sainthood in the high and late Middle Ages.' Richard Kieckhefer, Northwestern University 'A massive, comprehensive and very sophisticated study of late medieval saints and their cults.' Stephen Wilson, University of East Anglia show more/5(8).Henry Suso (also called Amandus, a name adopted in his writings, and Heinrich Seuse in German), was a German Dominican friar and the most popular vernacular writer of the fourteenth century (when considering the number of surviving manuscripts).
Suso is thought to have been born on Ma An important author in both Latin and Middle High German, he is also notable for defending Beatified: by Pope Gregory XVI.