Gabriele Müller-Oberhäuser (Hg.)

Book Gifts and Cultural Networks from the 14th to the 16th Century

Symbolische Kommunikation und gesellschaftliche Wertesysteme –
Schriftenreihe des Sonderforschungsbereichs 496
Band 41

2019, 372 Seiten, 16 Beiträge (42 Vierfarbabbildungen, 14 S/W-Abbildungen), 32  Falttafeln, Harteinband
2019, 372 pages, 16 essays (42 color figures, 14 b/w figures), 32 folding plates, hardcover

ISBN 978-3-86887-014-5
Preis/price EUR 56,–

17 × 24cm (B×H), 1020g

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Gabriele Müller-Oberhäuser (Münster):
Introduction: Book Gifts and Cultural Networks

I) Practices of Book-Giving: Secular and Sacred

Anne Hudson (Oxford):
The Book as Dangerous Gift? The Evidence of ›Heretical‹ Texts in England

Ann Hutchison (Toronto):
Gifting and Circulation of Devotional Works in Syon Abbey and Its Community

Ulrike Graßnick (Trier):
Mirrors for Princes as Book Gifts in Late Medieval England

Daniel Glowotz (Münster):
Representation – Papal Homage – Discussion of Reform: Aspects of the Roman A Cappella Masses in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century and Their Transmission in Choir Books

Jan Hirschbiegel (Kiel):
Gift Exchange at the French Courts around 1400: Manuscripts as Gauges of Social Relations?

Hanno Wijsman (Leiden):
Book Gifts at the Burgundian-Habsburgian Court

James Carley (Toronto):
»Deditissimus seruus«: Jean Mallard's Book Presentations to Francis I, Henry VIII and Others: Their Form and Function

Gabriele Müller-Oberhäuser (Münster):
Au Roy Vrayement Chrestien, Edvard: Book Gifts to Edward VI

Jane Lawson (Atlanta):
Gift Books for Queen Elizabeth I: Court Ceremony vs. the Printing House

II) Book Gifts and Cultural Networks: Concepts and Case Studies

Tobias Budke (Münster):
Introduction: Cultural Networks of the Past

Kerstin Meyer-Bialk (Münster):
Christine de Pizan's Epistre Othea and the Network of Stephen Scrope and Sir John Fastolf

Hayrie Salish (Münster):
Chronicles and Genealogies during the Wars of the Roses

Torsten Wieschen (Münster):
Humanist Printing Networks: The Thomas More Circle and John Rastell

Tobias Budke (Münster):
Re-Forming Connections: Evangelicals and their Book Gifts between England and Europe

Janika Bischof (Münster):
Petruccio Ubaldini and Network Analysis: Historical Uses for a Modern Concept

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