|Author:||Spencer E Young|
|Title:||Crossing Boundaries at Medieval Universities (Education and Society in the Middle Ages and Renaissance)|
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Spencer E. Young, "Crossing Boundaries at Medieval Universities (Education and Society in the Middle Ages and Renaissance)" Publisher: Brill Academic Pub ISBN 10: 9004192158 2010 PDF 351 pages . MB. At medieval universities, boundaries often served to reinforce divisions among competing groups and methods. Yet the crossing of these boundaries could also provide the basis for fruitful exchanges
Education and Society in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Pp. viii, 351. ISBN: 978-90-04-19215-7. This volume originated as a conference held in May 2008 to honor William Courtenay, the foremost historian in North America of the medieval universities, upon his retirement from teaching at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The notion of "crossing boundaries" seems apt, for Bill Courtenay has himself proven agile in crossing the many boundaries of our discipline. Masters come and go as they please, and produce works one after another in no logical sequence.
Young, Spencer E. Uniform Title: Education and society in the Middle Ages and Renaissance ; v. 36. Rubrics: Universities and colleges Europe History Education, Medieval Middle Ages. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.
At medieval universities, boundaries often served to reinforce divisions among competing groups and methods. Yet the crossing of these boundaries could also provide the basis for fruitful exchanges.
Yet the crossing of these boundaries could also provide the basis for fruitful exchanges
Slide 27 Universities & Academic Degrees Four great universities developed between 1000 and 1200. University of Bologna (Roman and Canon Law) University of Salerno (Medicine) University of Paris (Theology) University of Oxford (Liberal Arts) In time, medieval universities established standard courses of study with uniform academic degrees. Bachelor of Arts (finished your apprenticeship) Master of Arts (allowed to teach the liberal arts) Teachers admitted into the guild in a ceremony called a commencement. org Crossing Boundaries at Medieval Universities Education and Society in the Middle Ages and. The Definition and Classification of Medieval Irish TownsDocuments.
This book focuses instead, on the medieval experience of education through a detailed reconstruction of the educational landscape of late medieval Regensburg. The resulting picture provides new insights into the relationship between civic authorities and ecclesiastical institutions, the role of education in social and economic mobility, and the connections between local communities and broader European educational structures. the extent to which the universities (and education generally) were social constructs, reflecting and reinforcing the existing hierarchies. 19 A series of articles by Jürgen Miethke has shown the potential practical applications of a scholastic and theological education, emphasizing the critical skills obtained in university study over the specific content. 20 Recent works on law students at the universities of Erfurt and Bologna.
Education and Society in the Middle Ages and Renaissance 10. Leiden: Brill, 2000. Thomas E. Morrissey (a1). Published online: 01 July 2009. Recommend this journal.
What was Education Like in the Middle Ages? Many misconceptions exist about education in the Middle Ages (and about the Middle Ages in general). In fact, education was quite advanced compared with the ideas that people usually have in their heads. What most people do not realize is that the opportunities for education were profound, and medieval education continues as the basis for most educational systems today