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Augustine Beyond the Book: Intermediality, Transmediality and Reception (Brill's Series in Church History) ePub download

by Professor of Classics and Head of the School of Humanities Karla Pollmann

  • Author: Professor of Classics and Head of the School of Humanities Karla Pollmann
  • ISBN: 9004222138
  • ISBN13: 978-9004222137
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  • Language: English
  • Category: World
  • Publisher: Brill (May 11, 2012)
  • Pages: 362
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Augustine Beyond the Book: Intermediality, Transmediality and Reception (Brill's Series in Church History) ePub download

1990) in Classics, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, is Professor of Classics at St Andrews University

Augustine of Hippo (354-430) is arguably the most influential thinker and Latin author of the Early Christian period. His widespread legacy has been explored to date only in part, and largely with respect to his textual reception. 1990) in Classics, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, is Professor of Classics at St Andrews University.

Brill's Series in Church History 5. The first section, "Visualizations of Augustine," includes Karla Pollmann on Augustine as an authoritative figure in life-cycle commissions in the high Middle Ages by competing religious communities

Brill's Series in Church History 58. Leiden, Netherlands : Brill, 2012. The first section, "Visualizations of Augustine," includes Karla Pollmann on Augustine as an authoritative figure in life-cycle commissions in the high Middle Ages by competing religious communities.

Brill's Series in Church History 58. Leiden, Netherlands: Brill, 2012. Article in Church History 83(01):179-182 · March 2014 with 6 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Drawing on interviews with advice book readers, I theorize about modes of reading in the advice book audience-namely dominant modes of targeted reading and habitual reading-and how they constitute two competing definitions of culture and how it works. University of Notre Dame. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 07 March 2014. Recommend this journal.

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Augustine Beyond the Book book. Published May 11th 2012 by Brill (first published January 1st 2012). Augustine Beyond the Book: Intermediality, Transmediality and Reception. This interdisciplinary collection of essays investigates the processes by which Augustine of Hippo's writings were re-invented in other media, including the visual arts, drama and music.

Intermediality, Transmediality and Reception. Divisions: Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science School of Humanities Classics. Full text not archived in this repository. It is advisable to refer to the publisher's version if you intend to cite from this work. See Guidance on citing. Refereed: Yes.

Augustine beyond the Book: Intermediality, Transmediality, and Reception. There is no doubt that this ornamented book held in such position is the book of the gospels, which represents a symbol of his office as a bishop. second, the inscription in Latin scAugu s, that. second, the inscription in Latin scAugu s, that is s(an)c(tus) Augutis, confirms a) that the engraved image is not of an anonymous bishop, but of the Bishop.

This interdisciplinary collection of essays investigates the processes by which Augustine of Hippo's writings were re-invented in other media, including the visual arts, drama and music. Thereby it highlights the crucial role of Augustine's readers in constructing his universal stature. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Main Author: Pollmann, Karla.

Augustine of Hippo (354-430) is arguably the most influential thinker and Latin author of the Early Christian period. His widespread legacy has been explored to date only in part, and largely with respect to his textual reception. This interdisciplinary volume attempts to redress this emphasis with a set of analyses of Augustine's impact in the visual arts, drama, devotional practices, music, the science-faith debate and psychotherapy. The included studies trace intricate and occasionally surprising instances of Augustine's ubiquitous presence in intellectual, spiritual and artistic terms. The result is a far more differentiated and dynamic picture of the mechanisms by which the legacy of an historical figure may be perpetuated, including the sometimes supra-rational and imaginative dimensions of transmission.