Decens ac debitum May 26, is found in Wadding, L. Innovative Approaches to European and American Religion, ed. The Life of Adelheid of Vilich Toronto: See Oliger, Livario, B.
Medieval Institute,47—77; Mooney, Catherine M. Zone,78, andn. Douceline, in Catholic Historical Review Focus, hereafter The Writings of MO. A wider survey including contemporary Latin lives by women about other women would have to include a little-known vita of Margherita Colonna, which was written around —92 by a nun of S.
The subjects of these translations range from theology and mysticism to classical mythology, medicine and science, history and hagiography; the literary forms include epic poems and dramas, memoirs and visions, biography and autobiography, letters, sermons, treatises, and encyclopedias.
Baratier et Dardelet,26—27; Bouvier, C. Medieval Prioress and Mystic Newburyport, Mass.: Crossroad,—39; Kleinberg, Aviad M.
See, for example, Jordan, Erin L. Ann and John, Coakley Philadelphia: This page has been accessed times since Oct.
Zone,particularly chap. Of course, men could write about monastic founders with similar purposes in mind. Cornell University Press, It is again apparent that these later texts share characteristics with the three works that I study in this article. Longman,— See, for example, Poor, Sara S.
The Life of SD, Gender as a Tool in Medieval Studies. The Letters of the Rozmberk Sisters: Farmer, and Rosenwein, Barbara H. Women and Learning in Medieval Europe —, ed. University of Chicago Press,especially 94—99, and — Bride and her Book: Cambridge University Press, University of Pennsylvania Press, Catherine by Clemence of Barking Oxford: Routledge,61— Ugo e Douceline di Digne Florence: Life and Revelations, trans.
Grundmann,Religious Movements in the Middle Ages,n.The Writings of Margaret of Oingt, Medieval Prioress and Mystic (+), trans.
from Latin and the Francoprovençal by Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski (Newburyport, Mass: Focus Press, ). In Progress: Caritas Pirckheimer's Journal of the Reformation,trans. Paul MacKenzie.
The Writings of Margaret of Oingt by Margaret of Oingt,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Marguerite d'Oingt (probably –11 February ) was a French Carthusian nun and celebrated mystic.
She was also among the earliest identified women writers of mint-body.comality: French. She is the author of Not of Woman Born: Representations of Caesarean Birth in Medieval and Renaissance Culture; The Writings of Margaret Oingt, Medieval Prioress and Mystic; and Reading Myth: Classical Mythology and Its /5(5).
Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski is an Associate Professor in the Department of French and Italian at the University of Pittsburgh. She is the author of Not of Woman Born: Representations of Caesarean Birth in Medieval and Renaissance Culture; The Writings of Margaret Oingt, Medieval Prioress and Mystic.
Margaret of Oingt was born around into a noble family in the French Beaujolais region, and became prioress of the Carthusian charterhouse of Poletains; visionary and mystic, her writings are intelligent and humorous.Download