ACTA Volume #18

Old and New in the Fifteenth Century

Edited by Clyde Lee Miller

Subjects: History, Medieval Studies
Imprint: Distribution Partners
Paperback : 9781438438542, 174 pages, January 1991

Table of contents

1. The Contribution of 15th Century Conciliarism to Western Constitutionalism
Paul E. Sigmund, Princeton University
2. The Allegory of Female Authority in Christine de Pizan’s Live de la Cité des Dames
Maureen Quilligan, University of Pennsylvania
3. Donatello and Medieval Siena
Martha Levine Dunkelman, SUNY at Buffalo
4. Masaccio’s St. Peter Baptizing the Neophytes: The Quest for Sources
Luba Freedman, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
5. Dufay’s Vergene Bella and Musical Traditions in the Fifteenth Century
Sarah Fuller, SUNY at Stony Brook
6. Juan de Mena’s Coronación of 1438: An Early Humanist Vision
Andreina Bianchini, Trinity College
7. Trends of Syncretism in Castilian and Catalan Literatures of the Late Middle Ages: Ausiás March and Other Exponents
Peter Cocozzella, SUNY at Binghamton
8. Beyond the Sacred Discourse: Cultural Politics and Legitimation Discourse in 15th Century Florence
Mirela Saim, McGill University
9. The Letter to the Galatians, the Towneley Plays, and the Construction of Christian Hermeneutic Authority
Maris G. Fiondella, Fordham University
10. Language and Theologia Sermoncinalis in Nicholas of Cusa’s Idiota de Sapientia (1450)
Peter J. Casarella, Catholic University
11. The Tortosa Disputation: A 15th Century Christian-Jewish Dialogue and its Aftermath
Aaron W. Godfrey, SUNY at Stony Brook
12. Johannes Trithemius (1462-1516): Faithful Preserver of the Old and Bold Proponent of the New
Gerhard F. Strasser, Pennsylvania State University