Life in the Medieval University [Illustrated] [NOOK Book]

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This edition features
• illustrations
• a linked Table of Contents

CONTENTS
Chapter I — Introductory
Chaucer and the Medieval Student — The Great Period of University-Founding — The words ...
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Life in the Medieval University [Illustrated]

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Overview

This edition features
• illustrations
• a linked Table of Contents

CONTENTS
Chapter I — Introductory
Chaucer and the Medieval Student — The Great Period of University-Founding — The words "Universitas," "Collegium," "Studium Generale" — Bologna — Growth of Studia Generalia — Paris, Oxford, Cambridge — Definition of "Universitas"

Chapter II — Life in the Student-Universities
Student-Guilds at Bologna — "Nations" — The College of Doctors — Relations with the City — Position of an English Law Student at Bologna, and his relations to his Nation and his Universitas — The Office of Rector — Powers of the University over Citizens — The Degradation of the Bologna Masters — Examinations — The Doctorate — Regulations — Padua — Limitations of the Rector's Powers at Florence — Spanish Universities — Married Dons

Chapter III — The Universities of Masters
Early History of the University of Paris — Faculties — "Nations" — Struggle with the Chancellor — Position of the Rector — Oxford — "Nations" — The Proctors — University Jurisdiction — Germany — Scotland

Chapter IV — College Discipline
Origin of the College System — Merton — Imitations of the Merton Rule — New College — Increase in Number of Regulations — Latin-Speaking — Conversation in Hall — Meals — College Rooms — Amusements — Penalties — Introduction of Corporal Punishment — The Tonsure — Attendance at Chapel — Vacations — Hospitality — The Career of an English Student — Meaning of "Poor and Indigent Scholars" — The College System at Paris — Sconcing — Other French Universities — A Visitation of a Medieval College

Chapter V — University Discipline
Growth of Disciplinary Regulations at Paris and Oxford — Records of the Chancellor's Court — Discipline in Unendowed Halls — Academic Dress restricted to Graduates — Louvain — Leipsic — Leniency of Punishments — The Scottish Universities — Table Manners at Aberdeen — Life at Heidelberg

Chapter VI — The "Jocund Advent"
Admission of the Bajan at Paris — The Universities of Southern France — The Abbas Bejanorum — The "Jocund Advent" in Germany — the "Depositio" — Oxford — Scotland

Chapter VII — Town and Gown
Vienna — St Scholastica's Day at Oxford — Assaults by Members of the University — Records of the "Acta Rectorum" at Leipsic — Parisian Scholars and the Monks of St Germain

Chapter VIII — Subjects of Study, Lectures, Examinations
Instruction given in Latin — Preparation for the University — Grammar Masters — French taught at Oxford — The "Act" in Grammar — The Seven Liberal Arts and the Three Philosophies — Text-books — Ordinary and Cursory Lectures — Methods of Lecturing — Repetitions and Disputations — University and College Teaching — Examinations at Paris, Louvain, and Oxford — The Determining Feast — Walter Paston at Oxford

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013215160
  • Publisher: VolumesOfValue
  • Publication date: 11/1/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 535 KB

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