There are moments in this book that are as much fun as a good mystery story."--Penelope D. Johnson, New York University "Katherine Jansen's major study emerges as a real masterpiece.
Author: Katherine Ludwig Jansen
Publisher: Princeton University Press
A study on Mary Magdalen and her impact on Christianity in the Middle Ages discusses such topics as her popularity; her significance as a symbol of lust, penance, and salvation; and the perceptions surrounding her that shaped the era's social, spiritual, and political agendas. Reprint.
Jansen, The Making of the Magdalen: Preaching and Popular Devotion in the
Later Mid- dle Ages, 36. 53. Ibid. 54. Haskins, Mary Magdalen: Myth and
Metaphor, 99. 55. Chilton, Mary Magdalene: A Biography, 155. 56. Jansen, The
Making of ...
Author: Rebecca Lea McCarthy
The convents, asylums, and laundries that once comprised the Magdalene institutions are the subject of this work. Though originally half-way homes for prostitutes in the Middle Ages, these homes often became forced-labor institutions, particularly in Ireland. Examining the laundries within the context of a growing world capitalist economy, the work argues that the process of colonization, and of defining a national image, determined the nature and longevity of the Magdalene Laundries. This process developed differently in Ireland, where the last laundry closed in 1996. The book focuses on the devolution of the significance of Mary Magdalene as a metaphor for the organization: from an affluent, strong supporter of Jesus to a simple, fallen woman.
50. See the chapters in this volume by Antunes, Hornik, Apostolos-Cappadona,
and Monroe. Jansen, The Making of the Magdalen, 11n24. See Jansen, The
Making of the Magdalen, 11nn24–25. E.-M. Faillon, Monuments inédits sur l'
Author: Peter Loewen
Category: Literary Criticism
This innovative and multidisciplinary collection visits representations and interpretations of Mary Magdalene in the medieval and early modern periods, questioning major scholarly assumptions behind the examination of female saints and their depictions in medieval artworks, literature, and music. Mary Magdalene’s many and various characterizations from reformed prostitute to conversion-figure to devotee of Christ to "apostle to the apostles" to spiritual advisor to the Prince of Marseilles to hermit in the desert, to list just a few examples, mean that the many conflicted representations of Mary Magdalene apply to a staggering variety of cultural material, including art, liturgy, music, literature, theology, hagiography, and the historical record. Furthermore, Mary Magdalene has grown into an extremely popular and controversial figure due to recent books and movies concerning her, and due to a groundswell of general speculation concerning her relationship to Jesus: was she his acquaintance, follower, companion, wife, family-member, or lover? This volume employs a broad spectrum of theoretical methodologies in order to present poststructuralist, postcolonial, postmodernist, hagiographic, and feminist readings of the figure of Mary Magdalene, addressing and interrogating her conflicting roles and the precise relationship between her sacred and secular representations.
It has been demonstrated in recent literature on Mary Magdalene that certain
themes from her life were popularized in a ... 62 Katherine Ludwig Jansen, the
Making of the Magdalene: preaching and popular devotion in the later Middle
Mary Magdalene, Iconographic Studies from the Middle Ages to the Baroque examines the iconographic inventions in Magdalene imagery and the contextual factors that shaped her representation in visual art from the fourteenth to the seventeenth centuries.
It is thought by some prominent religious scholars that women in general, and
Mary Magdalene in particular, had an ... an associate professor of history at
Catholic University, is the author of The Making of the Magdalen: Preaching and
Author: Dan Burstein
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
A dazzling look at the most elusive figure in Christ's life Mary Magdalene was a key figure in Christ's life. She was present at his Crucifixion and she was also the first person to see him resurrected. According to Dan Brown's multi-million selling THE DA VINCI CODE, she was also his wife and the mother of his children. In the Gospels, she is described as an outcast and a harlot. This may be due to the disciples' jealousy of Jesus' love for Mary and the closeness of his relationship with her that was not replicated in his relationships with them. In SECRETS OF MARY MAGDALENE, Dan Burstein explodes the myths and analyses who Mary Magdalene was, the true nature of her relationship with Christ and her role in the Christian faith. Did Mary write her own Gospel? If so, what did it say? Where did she come from? Was she Jewish? How did she live? So many questions exist about this lady, Google can find mention of her on 1,740,000 sites in 0.3 seconds. This book will find the answers.
... was part of the making of the Magdalen Hospital and the production of new
definitions of prostitution . Hanway asked his readers to imagine the destruction
of first a son and then a daughter by prostitution and attempted to orchestrate
Author: Miles Ogborn
Publisher: Guilford Press
From the civility of Westminster's newly paved streets to the dangerous pleasures of Vauxhall Gardens and the grand designs of the Universal Register Office, this book examines the identities, practices, and power relations of the modern city as they emerged within and transformed the geographies of eighteenth-century London. Ogborn draws upon a wide variety of textual and visual sources to illuminate processes of commodification, individualization, state formation, and the transformation of the public sphere within the new spaces of the metropolis.
As the most recent monograph (Katherine Ludwigjansen's The Making Qf the
Magdalen: Preaching and Popular Devotion in the Late! i'l/liddle/lges) noted in
2000, the 19905 proved a most fi-uitful decade for Magdalen studies. jansen
Author: Susan Haskins
Publisher: Random House
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A dramatic, thought-provoking portrait of one of the most compelling figures in early Christianity which explores two thousand years of history, art, and literature to provide a close-up look at Mary Magdalen and her significance in religious and cultural thought.
Like most fishing coasts , where communication by water is easy , and the
making of roads difficult ard demanding labor , at the time that fishing is profitable
the roads on these Islands have been too much neglected . The three most
Author: George Sutherland
Publisher: [Charlottetown, P.E.I.? : s.n.], 1862 (Charlottetown, P.E.I. : G.T. Haszard)
She is the author of The Making of the Magdalen: Preaching and Popular
Devotion in the Later Middle Ages. ... thesis and presents the defense for Pope
Gregory and church officialdom on the issue of Mary Magdalene, sin and
Author: Dan Burstein
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Literary Criticism
Unauthorised (but authoritative) guide to the mysteries behind the phenomenal bestseller THE DA VINCI CODE Readers of Dan Brown's extraordinary bestseller THE DA VINCI CODE are fascinated by the questions raised in the novel. Was Jesus actually married to Mary Magdalene? Was she one of his disciples and did she write her own gospel? Did they have a child together? Did some geniuses of art and science, people like Leonardo da Vinci and Isaac Newton, belong to secret societies that had the most compelling insider information in history, and did Leonardo convey some of these ideas in The Last Supper and other paintings? SECRETS OF THE CODE is the definitive guide to the novel and provides the curious reader with authoritative explorations into the major themes within THE DA VINCI CODE.
Magdalen School (University of Oxford) ... by A . C . Campbell , who played in fine
form but owing to the strong wind , which blew straight down the making one
splendid cut for 5 ; he was ultimately wicket . bowling at one end was very difficult
Author: Magdalen School (University of Oxford)
Category: Private schools
Whether it was owing to natural restlessness , or love of the open country , or the
subtle poison of the river , which at this point had been caught and put to servile
uses , and so made all exertion of mind , especially the making up of it , positively
Author: Margaret Hunt
Magdalen College (University of Oxford) William Dunn Macray. dolantibus
lapides , infundentibus ... Then there is the making a bench and book - desks in
this chamber , and other work connected with it . Here seems to be a complete
Author: Magdalen College (University of Oxford)
Category: Oxford (England)
But I did catch the rheumatism . new , And I heard no sound save the ceaseless I'
ve seen the lark rise from his clover bed , splash Heard him pour his sweet hymn
to the Making much the same noise as before . sky , “ And this , " I said , “ causes
Author: Mark Twain
... it to a personal level, the first-form students were both having a holiday and
facing our first real test as bards-in-the-making. Branwen and I were a pair of
opposites, too, she dark and quiet and studious, and me—well, you know about
Author: Elizabeth Cunningham
Publisher: Monkfish Book Publishing
"Smart and earthy . . . richly imaginative . . . the epitome of the storyteller's art."—St. Louis Post-Dispatch, named one of "The Year's Best Books" "This amazing book could well become a classic of women's literature."—Booklist, named one of the "Year's Ten Best Fantasy Books" Young Magdalen and Jesus, brimming with youthful charm and arrogance, find each other and fall in love, forging a bond that is stronger than death. Their pleasure is overshadowed by a brilliant but unbalanced druid who knows a perilous secret about Maeve's past. The prequel to The Passion of Mary Magdalen. Now in paperback!
Jansen , The Making of the Magdalen , 116 . 13 . Jacobus , “ Seynt Marye
Magdalene , " CCxviii . 14 . The stage instructions read as follows : Here xall to
angyllys desend into wyldyrnesse , and other to xall bring an oble , opynly
aperyng aloft ...
Author: Patricia Badir
Category: Literary Criticism
"The conventional image of Mary Magdalene tends to be a composite of four separate figures from the Gospels: Mary, sister of Martha and Lazarus; Mary Magdalene, from whom Jesus cast out devils; the unnamed woman who anoints Jesus's head; and the unnamed sinner who washes his feet with her hair. She was also often conflated with other women such as Mary the Hermit. Many Reformation writers tried to separate or recombine various elements, according to shifting notions of religious experience. Badir (English literature, Univ. of British Columbia) offers a literary history of this dynamic trope. Depictions range from Mary as a symbol of the reformation of a corrupt church and the only one to recognize the divinity of Christ to Mary as a legitimization of the courtesan. In this well-researched and clearly written book, Badir draws on poetry, homilies, plays, sermons, and paintings. VERDICT A valuable contribution for scholars of Renaissance literature, this will also be accessible to serious nonspecialists curious about the figure of Mary Magdalene. T.L. Cooksey, Armstrong Atlantic State Univ., Savannah, GA"--Library Journal Reviews.
Sir , In my last I gave you an account of Magdalen College , and that they had
appeared before his Majesty , who gave ... a Letter brought to Mr. Vice -
Chancellor ( but the King's name was not on it ) for the making Mr. Weikins [
Wiggins ] and ...
Author: John Rouse Bloxam
Category: Great Britain
An account of the removal and reinstatement of John Hough as president of the college.
Magdalen Hospital (Streatham, England) ... Making Women and Children's
Shoes , Mantuas , Stays , Coats . ... Making Garters.Drawing Patterns . — Making
Soldier's Cloaths and Seamen's Slops . - Making Carpets after the Turkey
Author: Magdalen Hospital (Streatham, England)
... The Making of the Magdalen: Preaching and Popular Devotion in the Later
Middle Ages (Princeton, 2001) Daniel R. Lesnick, Preaching in Medieval
Florence (Atlanta, 2012) Thom Mertens, Hans-Jochen Schiewer, Maria C.
Author: Peter Marshall
Publisher: OUP Oxford
The Reformation was a seismic event in history, whose consequences are still working themselves out in Europe and across the world. The protests against the marketing of indulgences staged by the German monk Martin Luther in 1517 belonged to a long-standing pattern of calls for internal reform and renewal in the Christian Church. But they rapidly took a radical and unexpected turn, engulfing first Germany and then Europe as a whole in furious arguments about how God's will was to be 'saved'. However, these debates did not remain confined to a narrow sphere of theology. They came to reshape politics and international relations; social, cultural, and artistic developments; relations between the sexes; and the patterns and performances of everyday life. They were also the stimulus for Christianity's transformation into a truly global religion, as agents of the Roman Catholic Church sought to compensate for losses in Europe with new conversions in Asia and the Americas. Covering both Protestant and Catholic reform movements, in Europe and across the wider world, this beautifully illustrated volume tells the story of the Reformation from its immediate, explosive beginnings, through to its profound longer-term consequences and legacy for the modern world. The story is not one of an inevitable triumph of liberty over oppression, enlightenment over ignorance. Rather, it tells how a multitude of rival groups and individuals, with or without the support of political power, strove after visions of 'reform'. And how, in spite of themselves, they laid the foundations for the plural and conflicted world we now inhabit.
Katherine Ludwig Jansen, The Making of the Magdalen (2000); Reformation
Biblical Drama in England, ed. Paul Whitfield White (1992); OED; and, for the
broader European context, Susan Haskins, Mary Magdalene (1993). 2. Richard
Author: Faramerz Dabhoiwala
Publisher: Oxford University Press
A man admits that, when drunk, he tried to have sex with an eighteen-year-old girl; she is arrested and denies they had intercourse, but finally begs God's forgiveness. Then she is publicly hanged alongside her attacker. These events took place in 1644, in Boston, where today they would be viewed with horror. How--and when--did such a complete transformation of our culture's attitudes toward sex occur? In The Origins of Sex, Faramerz Dabhoiwala provides a landmark history, one that will revolutionize our understanding of the origins of sexuality in modern Western culture. For millennia, sex had been strictly regulated by the Church, the state, and society, who vigorously and brutally attempted to punish any sex outside of marriage. But by 1800, everything had changed. Drawing on vast research--from canon law to court cases, from novels to pornography, not to mention the diaries and letters of people great and ordinary--Dabhoiwala shows how this dramatic change came about, tracing the interplay of intellectual trends, religious and cultural shifts, and politics and demographics. The Enlightenment led to the presumption that sex was a private matter; that morality could not be imposed; that men, not women, were the more lustful gender. Moreover, the rise of cities eroded community-based moral policing, and religious divisions undermined both church authority and fear of divine punishment. Sex became a central topic in poetry, drama, and fiction; diarists such as Samuel Pepys obsessed over it. In the 1700s, it became possible for a Church of Scotland leader to commend complete sexual liberty for both men and women. Arguing that the sexual revolution that really counted occurred long before the cultural movement of the 1960s, Dabhoiwala offers readers an engaging and wholly original look at the Western world's relationship to sex. Deeply researched and powerfully argued, The Origins of Sex is a major work of history.
He charges him with taking away the very existence as well as Hypostasis of the
Son ; with making one Hypostasis with three names " , having no more than a
nominal , not a real distinction . Hence it is plain what Eusebius , in the passage ...
Author: Daniel Waterland