KONF: Wonder and Imagination in Medieval and Early Modern Literature, Philosophy, and Art: Transcultural Perspectives (21.-22.10.2021)

Wonder and Imagination in Medieval and Early Modern Literature, Philosophy, and Art: Transcultural Perspectives

Interdisciplinary Workshop with Michelle Karnes (University of Notre Dame)

October 21–22, 2021, Freie Universität Berlin / SFB 980 "Episteme in Motion"; Digital Format

Organized by the Research Project B02 “The Marvellous as a Configuration of Knowledge in Medieval Literature” (headed by Jutta Eming)

New Book - Relations of Power: Women's Networks in the Middle Ages

I'd like to share a new essay collection, Relations of Power: Women's Networks in the Middle Ages, co-edited by Emma O. Bérat, Rebecca Hardie, and Irina Dumitrescu, published by Bonn University Press. https://www.vr-elibrary.de/doi/book/10.14220/9783737012423

CFP: Vom Hymnus zum Gebet, Stiftsbibliothek St. Gallen (30.06.2020)

DFG-Projekt "Online-Repertorium der mittelalterlichen deutschen Übertragungen lateinischer Hymnen und Sequenzen (Berliner Repertorium)"
SNF-Projekt "Deutschsprachige Gebetbuchliteratur des Mittelalters. Untersuchungen zu ihrer Überlieferung, Form und Funktion"

Vom Hymnus zum Gebet

Re: Medieval Christian adoption of Jewish Sabbath

I would be extremely interested in this question as well. In the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries Iberian missionaries were distressed about the observance of the Saturday sabbath in the Orthodox Ethiopian church. It was among the Judaizing heresies they railed against. I was not aware, however, that Saturday observance had come up much earlier in Raymond de Penaforte’s Summa, well before Ethiopians and Europeans had much contact. Of course, there had long been an important Ethiopian presence in Jerusalem.

Iwasa Miyoko 岩佐美代子 (1926–2020)

It is with sadness that I report the death of Iwasa Miyoko 岩佐美代子, a scholar of Heian and Kamakura literature whose foundational research on medieval poetry, interpretations of court women’s diaries, and annotations of poetry collections drew from a vast depth of poetic knowledge and set the bar for careful study.

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