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A companion to Hildegard of Bingen /

edited by Beverly Mayne Kienzle, Debra L. Stoudt & George Ferzoco.

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Names: Kienzle, Beverly Mayne, | Stoudt, Debra L., | Ferzoco, George,
Published: Leiden, the Netherlands : Brill, 2014.
Series: Brill's companions to the Christian tradition ; v. 45.
Topics: Hildegard, Saint, 1098-1179.
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245 02|aA companion to Hildegard of Bingen /|cedited by Beverly Mayne Kienzle, Debra L. Stoudt & George Ferzoco.
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 323-347) and index.
505 00|tIntroduction /|rBeverly Mayne Kienzle and Debra L. Stoudt --|tWhat do we know about the life of Jutta and Hildegard at Disibodenberg and Rupertsberg? /|rFranz J. Felten --|tSt Disibod and the history of the Disibodenberg up to the beginning of the 12th century /|rFranz J. Felten --|tHildegard of Bingen and the Hirsau reform in Germany 1080-1180 /|rConstant J. Mews --|tUnequal twins: visionary attitude and monastic culture in Elisabeth of Schönau and Hildegard of Bingen /|rFelix Heinzer --|tHildegard, the schools, and their critics /|rJustin A. Stover --|tIntertextuality in Hildegard's works: Ezekiel and the claim to prophetic authority /|rBeverly Mayne Kienzle and Travis A. Stevens --|tHearing the heavenly symphony: an overview of Hildegard's musical oeuvre with case studies /|rTova Leigh-Choate, William T. Flynn, and Margot E. Fassler --|tHildegard as musical hagiographer: Engelberg, Stiftsbibliothek Ms. 103 and her songs for Saints Disibod and Ursula /|rTova Leigh-Choate, William T. Flynn, and Margot E. Fassler --|tThe theology of repentance: observations on the Liber vite meritorum /|rSusanne Ruge --|tThe medical, the magical, and the miraculous in the healing arts of Hildegard of Bingen /|rDebra L. Stoudt --|tHildegard of Bingen (1098-1179): a history of reception /|rMichael Embach --|tThe canonization and doctorization of Hildegard of Bingen /|rGeorge Ferzoco --|tNotes on Hildegard's "unknown" language and writing /|rGeorge Ferzoco.
520 8 |aThis volume provides an introduction to Hildegard and her works, with a focus on the historical, literary, and religious context of the seer's writings and music. Its essays explore the cultural milieu that informs Hildegard's life and various compositions, and examine understudied aspects of the 'magistra's' oeuvre, such as the interconnections among her works.
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