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by Jean Dangler

  • Author: Jean Dangler
  • ISBN: 0268025754
  • ISBN13: 978-0268025755
  • ePub: 1159 kb | FB2: 1855 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: University of Notre Dame Press; 1 edition (November 29, 2005)
  • Pages: 230
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Making Difference in Medieval And Early Modern Iberia ePub download

Jean Dangler's book explores new ways to explain the problem of alterity in the medieval and early modern Iberian peninsula.

Jean Dangler's book explores new ways to explain the problem of alterity in the medieval and early modern Iberian peninsula.

In this engaging study Jean Dangler examines the way that ideas of difference were forged in four types of medieval Iberian discourse: muwashshah/jarcha poems from al-Andalus, Andalusi ""cutting poems,"" medical literature about . .

In this engaging study Jean Dangler examines the way that ideas of difference were forged in four types of medieval Iberian discourse: muwashshah/jarcha poems from al-Andalus, Andalusi ""cutting poems,"" medical literature about the body, and portrayals of the monster. According to Dangler, these texts demonstrate the two fundamental precepts of medieval Iberian alterity: multifaceted subject formation and the embrace of contrasts and the negative. Medieval Iberia was a multicultural territory of Muslim, Jewish, and Christian societies.

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Jean Dangler, Mediating Fictions: Literature, Women Healers, and the Go-Between in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia (London 2001) 35. Dangler cites Myriam Greilsammer’s study of midwifery in the Low Countries where she argues that women were excluded from medicine and midwifery because they threatened the authority of male medical professionals (47). Myriam Greilsammer, The Midwife, the. Priest, and the Physician: The Subjugation of Midwives in the Low Countries at the End of the Middle Ages, Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 2. (Fall 1991) 285–329.

I like this book because it briefly covers a host of topics, including daily life, religion, society, government, philosophy, and of course warfare and history. The book is organized in such a way that I can pick a very specific subject and go right to it. It serves as a starting point

I like this book because it briefly covers a host of topics, including daily life, religion, society, government, philosophy, and of course warfare and history. It serves as a starting point.

The enslaved population of medieval Iberia composed only a small percentage of the general populace at any .

The enslaved population of medieval Iberia composed only a small percentage of the general populace at any given point, and slave labor was not essential to the regional economy during the period. Yet slaves were present in Iberia from the beginning of recorded history until the early modern era, and the regulations and norms for slavery and servitude shifted as time passed and kingdoms rose and fell. The Romans brought their imperially sanctioned forms of slavery to the Iberian peninsula, and these were adapted by successive Christian kingdoms during the Middle Ages

She is the author of Mediating Fictions: Literature, Women Healers, and the Go-Between in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia (Bucknell UP, 2001), Making Difference in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia (U of Notre Dame P, 2005), and Edging toward Iberia (U of Toronto P, 2017). Professor Dangler is currently working on a book about the relationship between two fifteenth-century works in Catalan, Jaume Roig’s Espill and Isabel de Villena’s Vita Christi, along with their sixteenth-century print copies.

Jean Dangler, Making Difference in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia (Notre Dame: University of Notre . Simon Gaunt, Love and Death in Medieval French and Occitan Courtly Literature: Martyrs to Love (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 30–31. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Jean Dangler, Making Difference in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2005). 12. Erin Felicia Labbie, Lacan’s Medievalism (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2006), p. oogle Scholar. 33. For a more detailed discussion of cupiditas and its theological implications, see Hannah Arendt, Love and Saint Augustine (Chicago: University of Chicago, 1996).

Medieval Iberia was a multicultural territory of Muslim, Jewish, and Christian societies in constant geographic, cultural, political, and economic contact. In this engaging study, Jean Dangler examines the way that ideas of difference were forged in four types of medieval Iberian discourse: muwashshah/jarcha poems from al-Andalus, Andalusi "cutting poems," medical literature about the body, and portrayals of the monster. She argues that the texts demonstrate the two fundamental precepts of medieval Iberian alterity: multifaceted subject formation and the embrace of contrasts and the negative. Dangler explores how the four discourses she analyzes changed in the early modern period from an acceptance of difference to more rigid concepts of subjectivity and the marginalization of difference-a shift accompanying the rise of the Castilian nation-state and its imposition of static hierarchies of value.
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