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Ceremonial culture in pre-modern Europe

Ceremonial culture in pre-modern Europe

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Published by University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, Ind .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Europe -- Religious life and customs,
  • Europe -- Religion

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index

    Statementedited by Nicolas Howe
    ContributionsHowe, Nicholas
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL690 .C47 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 160 p. :
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17211518M
    ISBN 109780268030759
    LC Control Number2006032465

    Howe, Nicholas, ed. • Ceremonial Culture in Pre-Modern Europe, paper Howe, Nicholas, ed. • Home and Homelessness in the Medieval and Renaissance World, cloth Howe, Nicholas, ed. • Visions of Community in the Pre-Modern World, cloth and paper Kaufman, Peter Iver • Thinking of the Laity in Late Tudor England, cloth.   The Routledge Handbook of Material Culture in Early Modern Europe marks the arrival of early modern material culture studies as a vibrant, fully-established field of multi-disciplinary research.. The volume provides a rounded, accessible collection of work on the nature and significance of materiality in early modern Europe – a term that embraces a vast range of Brand: Taylor And Francis.

    Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Nicholas Howe books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. DOWNLOAD NOW» Broomsticks and cauldrons, familiars and spells: magic and witchcraft conjure vivid pictures in our modern imaginations. The history of magic and witchcraft offers a window into the past, illuminating the lives of ordinary people and shining a light on the fascinating pop culture of the pre-modern world.

      A “ceremonial culture” is a cluster of ceremonies, such as “processions, dramas, rituals, and liturgies,” which stem from related cultural and political motivations. Howe, Ceremonial Culture in Pre-Modern Europe, by: 7.   Pinchbeck notes in his book that the “phenomenon of shamanism is unfathomably old and amazingly widespread,” extending through Siberia, Australia, and Africa, as well as the Americas and pre-modern Europe. “Outside of the modern Western cultures,” he writes, “shamanism seems to be something close to a universal human phenomenon.”.


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excitement and dynamism that characterized ceremonial culture in pre-modern Europe.2While each contributor examines the topic of ceremonial culture in ways that correspond to his or her own research interests,each also turns and returns.

Ceremonial Culture in Pre-Modern Europe. Nicholas Howe has assembled a valuable collection of essays, each one of which contributes to our understanding of ceremonial culture. Margot Fassler grounds her general insights into the working of medieval processions in a full discussion of the processional life of twelfth-century Chartres Author: Andrew Brown.

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Identifies and recovers the excitement and dynamism that characterized ceremonial culture in pre-modern Europe. This work talks about: the relation between public and private space, the development of fully-realized dramas and rituals from earlier forms, and the semiotic code that ceremonies manifested to their audiences.

BOOK REVIEWS Ceremonial Culture in Pre-Modern Europe. Nicholas Howe (Notre Dame, IN: U. of Notre Dame P., ; pp. $25). In this volume, Nicholas Howe has assembled a valuable collection of essays, each one of which contributes to our understanding of ceremonial culture.

Margot Fassler grounds her general insights into the working of medieval processions. T1 - Review: N. Howe's (ed.) Ceremonial Culture in Pre-Modern Europe. AU - Garner, Lori Ann. AU - Trilling, Renee R. PY - /3/1. Y1 - /3/1. KW - Ceremonial Culture in Pre-Modern Europe (Book) KW - Howe, Nicholas.

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Trilling. Nicholas Howe, ed. Ceremonial Culture in Pre-Modern Europe. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, viii + pp. index. illus. $ ISBN: These four essays, introduced by the late Nicholas Howe, treat the court ceremony surrounding entries and the role of visual culture in shaping sacred and civic processions.

"This impressive collection of essays brilliantly illuminates aspects of ceremonial culture in early modern Europe. The book will serve a broad circle of scholars in the fields of medieval and early modern cultural studies, art history and iconography, drama and performance history, social history, and the history of religion.".

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Book Reviews / Religion and the Arts 13 () – Howe, Nicholas, ed. Ceremonial Culture in Pre-Modern Europe. Notre Dame IN: University of Notre Dame Press, Pp. viii + + 38 illustrations. $ paper.

T he subject of this essay collection, pre-modern ceremonial culture from the twelfth to the seventeenth centuries, is an interdisciplinary. Table of contents for Ceremonial culture in the pre-modern world / editor, Nicolas Howe.

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Nicholas Howe, ed. Ceremonial Culture in Pre-Modern Europe. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, viii + pp. index. illus. $ ISBN: –0–––9.

These four essays, introduced by the late Nicholas Howe, treat the court ceremony surrounding entries and the role of visual culture in shaping sacred and civic processions.

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The themes range from case studies of saddles and bridles, to hippiatric treatises, to the medieval origins of dressage literary studies. It shows the ubiquitous – and often ambiguous – role of the horse in medieval culture, where it was simultaneously a treasured animal and a means of transport, a military machine and a loyal companion.

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Edited by Nicholas Howe. in Medieval Europe, ed. Barbara Hanawalt and Kathryn Reyerson (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, ), pp. Edward Muir, “The Eye of the Procession: Ritual Ways of Seeing in the Renaissance” Ceremonial Culture in Pre-Modern Europe, ed.

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This book is something of a historical catalog of magic and ritual, from the explicitly religious to the folkloric, in Europe prior to the modern era. Wilson's range is wide, from antiquity to the early modern era, and his book is organized by the type or setting of magical practice, so that examples from Ancient Greece and modern Spain may /5.

Book Description. The Routledge Handbook of Material Culture in Early Modern Europe marks the arrival of early modern material culture studies as a vibrant, fully-established field of multi-disciplinary research.

The volume provides a rounded, accessible collection of work on the nature and significance of materiality in early modern Europe – a term that embraces a vast range of .Public religious practice lay at the heart of civic society in late medieval Europe.

In this illuminating study, Andrew Brown draws on the rich and previously little-researched archives of Bruges, one of medieval Europe's wealthiest and most important towns, to explore the role of religion and ceremony in urban by: 7.Human history or the history of humanity (also history of the world) is the carefully researched description of humanity's is informed by archaeology, anthropology, genetics, linguistics, and other disciplines; and, for periods since the invention of writing, by recorded history and by secondary sources and studies.

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