Historiography in the Middle Ages

Historiography in the Middle Ages

by Deborah Deliyannis (Editor)

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Historiography in the Middle Ages by Deborah Deliyannis

This volume contains twelve essays that describe the writing of history in medieval Western Europe. Each chapter examines a type of subject matter about which medieval historians wrote, and discusses both the texts and the modern approaches to these texts. The authors include both historians and literary scholars.
There are four chapters on early medieval historiography (universal history, national/ethnic history, institutional history, and biography/hagiography) and eight on later medieval historiography (the same four, plus dynastic, urban, contemporary, and legendary history).
This comprehensive one-volume survey, in English, of medieval historiography can serve both as an introduction for students and the interested layperson, and as a handbook for the scholar.

Originally published in hardcover.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789004226777
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 02/23/2012
Series: Brill's Paperback Collection / History Series
Pages: 464
Product dimensions: 6.30(w) x 9.60(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Deborah M. Deliyannis, Ph.D. (1994) in the History of Art, University of Pennsylvania, is Lecturer in History and Art History at Indiana University. She is preparing for publication an edition and translation of Agnellus of Ravenna's Liber pontificalis ecclesiae Ravennatis.

Table of Contents

chapters include: Universal History 300-1000: Origins and Western Developments (Michael I. Allen), Ethnic and National History ca. 500-1000 (Joaquín Martínez Pizarro), Local and Institutional History (300-1000) (Michel Sot), Christian Biography: Foundation To Maturity (Thomas J. Heffernan), World Historiography in the Late Middle Ages (Rolf Sprandel), High and Late Medieval National Historiography (Norbert Kersken ), Dynastic History (Leah Shopkow), Contemporary and Eyewitness History (Peter Ainsworth), Later Medieval Institutional History (Bert Roest), Medieval Urban Historiography in Western Europe (1100-1500) (Augusto Vasina), Biography 1000-1350 (Michael Goodich), Legendary History: Historia and Fabula (Peter Ainsworth)

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