Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy

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Marco MOSTERT (Hg.), New Approaches to Medieval Communication (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 1), Turnhout 1999 [ISBN 2-503-50814-6]
   Editorial Preface, in: Marco MOSTERT (Hg.), New Approaches to Medieval Communication (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 1), Turnhout 1999, p. VII
   Abbreviations, in: Marco MOSTERT (Hg.), New Approaches to Medieval Communication (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 1), Turnhout 1999, p. VIII
Michael CLANCHY, Introduction, in: Marco MOSTERT (Hg.), New Approaches to Medieval Communication (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 1), Turnhout 1999, p. 3
Marco MOSTERT, New Approaches to Medieval Communication?, in: Marco MOSTERT (Hg.), New Approaches to Medieval Communication (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 1), Turnhout 1999, p. 15
Wolfert S. van EGMOND, The Audience of Early Medieval Hagiographical Texts, in: Marco MOSTERT (Hg.), New Approaches to Medieval Communication (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 1), Turnhout 1999, p. 41
Mary GARRISON, "Send More Socks": On Mentality and the Preservation Context of Medieval Letters, in: Marco MOSTERT (Hg.), New Approaches to Medieval Communication (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 1), Turnhout 1999, p. 69
Karl HEIDECKER, Communication by Written Texts in Court Cases: Some Charter Evidence (ca. 800-ca. 1100), in: Marco MOSTERT (Hg.), New Approaches to Medieval Communication (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 1), Turnhout 1999, p. 101
Mariëlle HAGEMAN, Between the Impoerial and the Sacred: The Gesture of Coronation in Carolingian and Ottonian Images, in: Marco MOSTERT (Hg.), New Approaches to Medieval Communication (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 1), Turnhout 1999, p. 127
Anna ADAMSKA, The Introduction of Writing in Central Europe (Poland, Hungary and Bohemia), in: Marco MOSTERT (Hg.), New Approaches to Medieval Communication (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 1), Turnhout 1999, p. 165
Marco MOSTERT, A Bibliography of Works on Medieval Communication, in: Marco MOSTERT (Hg.), New Approaches to Medieval Communication (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 1), Turnhout 1999, p. 193


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Sarah Rees JONES (ed.), Learning and Literacy in Medieval England and Abroad (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 3), Turnhout 2003 [ISBN 2-503-51076-0]
Derek PEARSALL, Introduction, in: Sarah Rees JONES (ed.), Learning and Literacy in Medieval England and Abroad (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 3), Turnhout 2003, p. 1
Joyce HILL, Learning Latin in anglo-Saxon England: Traditions, Texts and Techniques, in: Sarah Rees JONES (ed.), Learning and Literacy in Medieval England and Abroad (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 3), Turnhout 2003, p. 7
John H. ARNOLD, "A Man Takes an Ox by the Horn and a Peasant by the Tongue": Literacy, Orality and Inquisition in Medieval Languedoc, in: Sarah Rees JONES (ed.), Learning and Literacy in Medieval England and Abroad (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 3), Turnhout 2003, p. 31
Janet BURTON, Selby Abbey and its Twelfth-Century Historian, in: Sarah Rees JONES (ed.), Learning and Literacy in Medieval England and Abroad (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 3), Turnhout 2003, p. 49
Linda OLSON, Did Medieval English Women Read Augustine's Confessiones? Constructing Feminine Interiority and Literacy in the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries, in: Sarah Rees JONES (ed.), Learning and Literacy in Medieval England and Abroad (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 3), Turnhout 2003, p. 69
Katherine ZIEMAN, Reading, Singing and Understanding. Constructions of the Literacy of Women Religious in Late Medieval England, in: Sarah Rees JONES (ed.), Learning and Literacy in Medieval England and Abroad (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 3), Turnhout 2003, p. 97
Kathryn KERBY-FULTON, Women Readers in Langland's Earliest Audience: Some Codicological Evidence, in: Sarah Rees JONES (ed.), Learning and Literacy in Medieval England and Abroad (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 3), Turnhout 2003, p. 121
P.H. CULLUM, Learning to Be a Man, Learning to Be a Priest in Late Medieval England, in: Sarah Rees JONES (ed.), Learning and Literacy in Medieval England and Abroad (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 3), Turnhout 2003, p. 135
Pamela M. KING, The York Cycle and Instruction on the Sacraments, in: Sarah Rees JONES (ed.), Learning and Literacy in Medieval England and Abroad (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 3), Turnhout 2003, p. 155
Debbie CANNON, London Pride: Citizenship and the Fourteenth-Century Customals of the City of London, in: Sarah Rees JONES (ed.), Learning and Literacy in Medieval England and Abroad (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 3), Turnhout 2003, p. 179
Stacey GEE, Parochial Libraries in Pre-Reformation England, in: Sarah Rees JONES (ed.), Learning and Literacy in Medieval England and Abroad (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 3), Turnhout 2003, p. 199

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Karl HEIDECKER (Hg.), Charters and the Use of the Written Word in Medieval Society (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 5), Turnhout 2000 [ISBN 2-503-50771-9]
   Preface, in: Karl HEIDECKER (Hg.), Charters and the Use of the Written Word in Medieval Society (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 5), Turnhout 2000, p. VII
   Abbreviations, in: Karl HEIDECKER (Hg.), Charters and the Use of the Written Word in Medieval Society (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 5), Turnhout 2000, p. IX
Karl HEIDECKER, Introduction, in: Karl HEIDECKER (Hg.), Charters and the Use of the Written Word in Medieval Society (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 5), Turnhout 2000, p. 1
Mark MERSIOWSKY, Towards a Reappraisal of Carolingian Sovereign Charters, in: Karl HEIDECKER (Hg.), Charters and the Use of the Written Word in Medieval Society (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 5), Turnhout 2000, p. 15
David POSTLES, Country Clerici and the Composition of English Twelfth- And Thirteenth-Century Private Charters, in: Karl HEIDECKER (Hg.), Charters and the Use of the Written Word in Medieval Society (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 5), Turnhout 2000, p. 27
Philippe DEPREUX, The Development of Charters confirming Exchange by the Royal Administration (Eighth-Tenth Centuries), in: Karl HEIDECKER (Hg.), Charters and the Use of the Written Word in Medieval Society (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 5), Turnhout 2000, p. 43
Herwig WEIGL, What to Write in Court: Literacy and Lawsuits in Late Medieval Austria, in: Karl HEIDECKER (Hg.), Charters and the Use of the Written Word in Medieval Society (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 5), Turnhout 2000, p. 63
Anna ADAMSKA, "From Memory to Written Record" in the Periphery of Medieval Latinitas: the Case of Poland in the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries, in: Karl HEIDECKER (Hg.), Charters and the Use of the Written Word in Medieval Society (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 5), Turnhout 2000, p. 83
Eef DIJKHOF, Goatskin and Growing Literacy: The Penetration of Writing in the Former Counties of Holland and Zeeland in the Thirteenth Century in Relation to the Changes of the Internal and External Features of the Charters issued, in: Karl HEIDECKER (Hg.), Charters and the Use of the Written Word in Medieval Society (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 5), Turnhout 2000, p. 101
Dauvit BROUN, The Writing of Charters in Scotland and Ireland in the Twelfth Century, in: Karl HEIDECKER (Hg.), Charters and the Use of the Written Word in Medieval Society (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 5), Turnhout 2000, p. 113
Ivan HLAVAČEK, The Use of Charters and other Documents in Přemyslide Bohemia, in: Karl HEIDECKER (Hg.), Charters and the Use of the Written Word in Medieval Society (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 5), Turnhout 2000, p. 133
Georges DECLERCQ, Originals and Cartularies: The Organization of Archival Memory (Ninth-Eleventh Centuries), in: Karl HEIDECKER (Hg.), Charters and the Use of the Written Word in Medieval Society (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 5), Turnhout 2000, p. 147
Laurent MORELLE, The Metamorphosis of Three Monastic Charter Collections in the Eleventh Century (Saint-Amand, Saint-Riquier, Montier-en-Der), in: Karl HEIDECKER (Hg.), Charters and the Use of the Written Word in Medieval Society (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 5), Turnhout 2000, p. 171
Alexander HECHT, Between Memoria, Historiography and Pragmatic Literacy: The Liber Delegacionum of Reichersberg, in: Karl HEIDECKER (Hg.), Charters and the Use of the Written Word in Medieval Society (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 5), Turnhout 2000, p. 205
Franz-Josef ARLINGHAUS, From "Improvised Theatre" to Scripted Roles: Literacy and Changes in Communication in North Italian Law Courts (Twelfth-Thirteenth Centuries), in: Karl HEIDECKER (Hg.), Charters and the Use of the Written Word in Medieval Society (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 5), Turnhout 2000, p. 215
Simon TEUSCHER, Textualizing Peasant Enquiries: German Weistümer between Orality and Literacy, in: Karl HEIDECKER (Hg.), Charters and the Use of the Written Word in Medieval Society (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 5), Turnhout 2000, p. 239

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Sally N. VAUGHN, St. Anselm and the Handmaidens of God. A Study of Anselm's Correspondence with Women (Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy 7), Turnhout 2002 [ISBN 2-503-51337-9]

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