Learning by doing: teaching Margery Kempe in ...
|Section title||Learning by doing: teaching Margery Kempe in undergraduate courses|
|Section author(s)||Catherine A. Innes-Parker|
|Book title||Approaching medieval English anchoritic and mystical texts|
|Book editor(s)||Dee Dyas, Valerie Edden, Roger Ellis|
|Abstract||"Essays suggesting new ways of studying the crucial but sometimes difficult range of medieval mystical material"--Provided by publisher.; Anchorites and hermits in historical context / Eddie Jones -- "Wildernesse is anlich lif of ancre wununge" : the wilderness and medieval anchoritic spirituality / Dee Dyas -- The devotional life of the laity in the late Middle Ages / Valerie Edden -- Medieval contemplation and mystical experience / Santha Bhattacharji -- Richard Rolle / Denis Renevey -- Language and its limits : The cloud of unknowing and Pearl / A.C. Spearling -- Walter Hilton / Thomas H. Bestul -- "Be thou, to whom this booke shall come" : Julian of Norwich and her audience, past, present and future / Liz Herbert-McAvoy -- "I use but comownycacyon and good wordys" : teaching and the book of Margery Kempe / Barry Windeatt -- Teaching anchoritic texts : the shock of the old / Alexandra Barratt -- Appendix : The rule of a recluse, from MS Bodley 423 -- Introducing the mystics / R.S. Allen -- Holy fictions : another approach to the Middle English mystics / Roger Ellis -- Women mystics / Ann M. Hutchison -- Contexts for teaching Julian of Norwich / Marion Glasscoe -- Appendix : "Stond wel, moder, under rode".|
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