4 edition of Studies in Irish hagiography found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 357-392) and index.
|Statement||John Carey, Máire Herbert & Pádraig Ó Riain, editors.|
|Contributions||Carey, John, 1957-, Herbert, Máire., Ó Riain, Pádraig.|
|LC Classifications||BX4662 .S88 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 418 p. :|
|Number of Pages||418|
|LC Control Number||2001273942|
This group of revised papers, taken from a conference held at the University of Wales in Lampeter in , reflects the diversity of the different forms of saints' cults and hagiography within the Celtic regions of Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Brittany and : Jane Cartwright. ‘Pádraig Ó Riain is one of the foremost scholars (if not the foremost scholar) on early Irish hagiography. His numerous studies of medieval Irish saints’ Lives have opened new pathways in the field; his Dictionary of Irish Saints is an invaluable resource not just for scholars of Irish hagiography but of hagiography in general. This present volume is a welcome addition to his corpus on.
When she died in , Dr Jennifer O’Reilly left behind a body of published and unpublished work in three areas of medieval studies: the iconography of the Gospel Books produced in early medieval Ireland and Anglo-Saxon England; the writings of Bede and his older Irish contemporary, Adomnán of Iona; and the early lives of Thomas : Jennifer O’Reilly. century hagiography’, Ireland in Early Medieval Europe, ed. D. Whitelock et al. (Cambridge, ), – D. Ó Riain-Raedel, ‘The travels of Irish manuscripts from the Continent to Ireland’, A Miracle of Learning: Studies in Manuscripts and Irish Learning: Essays in Honour of William O’Sullivan, ed. T.
Hagiography definition is - biography of saints or venerated persons. How to use hagiography in a sentence. Did You Know? Donald E. Meek, ‘Norsemen and noble stewards’: The Mac Sween poem in the Book of the Dean of Lismore; Colin Ireland, Penance and prayer in water: an Irish practice in Northumbrian hagiography; Tom Chadwin, The ‘Remscéla Tána Bó Cualngi’; Fiona Winward, Some aspects of the women in ‘The Four Branches’. CMCS 35 (Summer ).
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St Cathróe of Metz and the hagiography of exoticism / David N. Dumville --Jonas's Life of Studies in Irish hagiography book and his disciples / Clare Stancliffe --The cult of Columba in Lotharingia (9th centuries): the manuscript evidence / Jean-Michel Picard --V.
Approaches to the study of Irish hagiography. The year marked the th anniversary of the death of one of the greatest of medieval Irish saints, St. Colum Cille (or Columba as he is more generally known outside of Irish academic circles).
In recognition of that event, scholars at University College Cork convened an international conference on Irish hagiography, the proceedings of which have now appeared under the.
A hagiography (/ ˌ h æ ɡ i ˈ ɒ ɡ r ə f i Studies in Irish hagiography book from Ancient Greek ἅγιος, hagios, meaning 'holy', and -γραφία, -graphia, meaning 'writing') is a biography of a saint or an ecclesiastical leader, and by extension, an adulatory and idealized biography of a founder, saint, monk, nun or icon in any of the world's religions.
Christian hagiographies focus on the lives, and notably. Carey, John, Máire Herbert, and Pádraig Ó Riain (eds.), Studies in Irish hagiography: saints and scholars, Dublin: Four Courts Press, edited collection. ‘To say that hagiography was mere propaganda for the saint in question is missing an important point.’ ‘This is based on references in Irish hagiography to belts having been preserved as relics of the saints who wore them.’ ‘He was certainly no cardboard figure and no amount of hagiography has succeeded in making him a saint.’.
The Hagiography Society Book Prize. The Hagiography Society is pleased to announce its next book prize competition. The prize will be awarded to a scholarly first book written on any disciplinary subject that makes an outstanding contribution to the study and understanding of saints, holy men and women, virtue traditions, and the concept of sanctity in ideational, literary, artistic, and.
Buy Studies in Irish Hagiography: Saints and Scholars First Edition by John Carey, Máire Herbert, Pádraig Ó Riain (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hardcover. Founded inthe Hagiography Society exists to promote communication among scholars studying holy people and their cults in all eras, cultures, and religious traditions.
We sponsor multiple sessions at various academic conferences on both sides of the Atlantic, publish a book series, regular newsletters and maintain a listserv and an. Editions of hagiographical texts in the Gaelic language and studies in Irish and Hiberno-Latin hagiography are listed in Dr.
Best's Bibliography of Irish Philology and Manuscript Literature. Publications (Dublin ), pp. ; this bibliography does not aim at completeness on the Latin side. Hagiography at the Frontiers: Jocelin of Furness and Insular Politics Jocelin of Furness was one of the most influential hagiographers of the Insular Middle Ages.
He lived at the turn of the thirteenth century and was a monk of the Cistercian abbey of Furness (a site whose ruins lie in south Cumbria). This collection of essays examines Ireland's relations with the rest of western Europe between AD and They show the idiosyncratic ways in which Ireland responded to external stimuli and illustrate the view that early Irish history, religion, politics and art should be seen not in isolation but as vital contributors to the development of European : Cambridge University Press.
“Teaching, learning, and researching Early Modern Irish (c. ) in a digital age” Novem Irish-American Book Club Book of the semester: Brian Boru & the Battle for Ireland by Morgan Llywelyn () – Discussion lead by Prof. Janet Butler Munch. Sponsored by.
CUNY Institute for Irish American Studies. ISSN: (Print), (Online) Editors: Liam Chambers Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, Republic of Ireland and Marie Coleman (Book Reviews) Queen’s University, Belfast, UK.
Editorial board. Published for the Irish Historical Studies Publications Ltd. Irish Historical Studies, founded inis the joint.
/ Ann Hamlin --Pictish art and the Book of Kells / Isabel Henderson --Dalriada and the creation of the kingdom of the Scots / Marjorie O. Anderson --Matriliny by treaty / Molly Miller --A pre-Christian survival in mediaeval Irish hagiography / D.A.
Binchy --The cult of St Indract at Glastonbury / Michael Lapidge --Foreign connections and. Naturally, reformist Augustinian prior Konrad Kügelin opens his hagiography of Elisabeth Achler () by talking about himself.
After that, though, he launches into an ode to the name “Elisabeth” lifted straight from the Legenda aurea’s entry on St. Elisabeth of his initial versions of the vernacular vita, Achler’s father is a weaver.
The Journal of Early Christian Studies devoted volume (summer ) to papers, originating in a conference held at Berkeley, on the legacy of Peter Brown's concept of the "holy man" in the study of late antique hagiography.
(Note: this may only be accessible to. Paul Lonigan from Romance Languages also taught courses for the Irish Studies program, especially in early Irish history.
Prof. Clare Carroll, the current director of Irish Studies at Queens College continues a great tradition of such programming at CUNY. Prof. Carroll has several books and articles in publication, her most recent book being.
41 Donnchadh Ó Corráin on a number of occasions, including, ‘ The historical and cultural background of the Book of Kells ’ in O’Mahony, Felicity (ed.), The Book of Kells: proceedings of a conference at Trinity College, Dublin, 6–9 September, (Dublin, ), pp 1 – 32, and ‘ Early Irish churches ’ in Corráin, Donnchadh Ó Cited by: 9.
'The Vita Columbae and Irish Hagiography: A Study of Vita Cainnechi' First published in Studies in Irish Hagiography: Saints and Scholars, ed. Carey, M. Herbert and P. Ó Riain (Dublin: Four Courts, ), Book Ill of VC, which is devoted to this topic, seems to provide the unacknowledged.
Studies in Hiberno-Latin hagiography (Uppsala, ). Doctoral dissertation; English translation of Commentarius Rinuccinianus, vol.
3, §§ 1 – ‘One saint, two fathers, and three men in a boat: the Life of St Colum of Terryglass’, Celtica 26 () – . This volume celebrates the work of William O’Sullivan, the first keeper of manuscripts at Trinity College, Dublin, who preserved, made more accessible and elucidated the documents in his care.
The manuscripts throw new light on the society of Ireland, the place of the learned and literate in that.Irish Saints," in Jane Cartwright, ed., Celtic Hagiography and Saints1 Cults (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, ), Tomas 'Sullivan, " the desert, where there was no waters made for us:' the Miraculous Production of Water from Rock and the Impact of Exegesis on Early Irish Hagiography," Eolas: The Journal of the.Book Description.
Hagiography is a rich source for our knowledge of many aspects of medieval culture and tradition. The lives and miracles of the saints may be read on several levels, both as an expression of the dominant ideology and as a reflection of long-term themes in medieval society.