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
Start page 206
End page 208
Date 2005
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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