Living Through Conquest

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Living Through Conquest

Author : Elaine Treharne
ISBN : 9780199585250
Genre : History
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Living Through Conquest investigates the production and use of English through the tumultuous eleventh and twelfth centuries, as it competed for political and social prestige with Latin, and, later, French. English texts in this period are seldom addressed by scholars, particularly within their specific manuscript contexts; this study is thus the first to uncover the importance of English to kings, clerics and congregations, and its sustained dynamism andrichness, even as English culture and society was changed so dramatically by the invasion of the Vikings in the earlier eleventh century and subsequently of the Normans.
Category: History

The Living Age

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ISBN : UCAL:B2895955
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Pastoral Care In Medieval England

Author : Peter Clarke
ISBN : 9781317083405
Genre : History
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Pastoral Care, the religious mission of the Church to minister to the laity and care for their spiritual welfare, has been a subject of growing interest in medieval studies. This volume breaks new ground with its broad chronological scope (from the early eleventh to the late fifteenth centuries), and its interdisciplinary breadth. New and established scholars from a range of disciplines, including history, literary studies, art history and musicology, bring their specialist perspectives to bear on textual and visual source materials. The varied contributions include discussions of politics, ecclesiology, book history, theology and patronage, forming a series of conversations that reveal both continuities and divergences across time and media, and exemplify the enriching effects of interdisciplinary work upon our understanding of this important topic.
Category: History

Old English Literature

Author : John D. Niles
ISBN : 9780631220565
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Old English Literature is the first book to review the critical reception of the field from 1900 to the present. Moving beyond a focus on individual literary texts, the book presents ample coverage of the different schools, methods, and assumptions that have affected the discipline over the years. It examines notable works and authors from the period, including Beowulf, the Venerable Bede, heroic poems, and devotional literature. It also uses excerpts from ten critical studies to reinforce key perspectives and methods introduced within the text. The book addresses the complex questions of medieval literacy, textuality, and orality, as well as issues of style, gender, genre, and theme. It embraces the interdisciplinary nature of the field with references to historical studies, religious studies, anthropology, art history, and much more. Drawing on over a century’s worth of scholarly work, this is an essential guide to the factors that have shaped the modern critical reception of the earliest English literature.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Lives Of The Queens Of England From The Norman Conquest

Author : Agnes Strickland
ISBN : 9781108019767
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Volume 7 of this influential Victorian study focuses on Mary II (1662-1694), who succeeded her exiled father James II.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Opening The Matrix

Author : Chief Apostle Diana Wright
ISBN : 9781491701027
Genre : Religion
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For anyone who would like to be a gifted, holy vessel—to be among those who are chosen, set apart, and used by God in a unique way with dreams, visions, revelations, and manifestations—Opening the Matrix: A Journey Beyond the Veil is the perfect midwife to bring forth a greater calling in your life. Chief Apostle Diana Wright speaks to those who are striving to increase their faith in God, with the honest and sincere truth of an obedient servant living with the ear, eye, and heart of God. Included in this comprehensive handbook are photos of the eye of God, the handwriting of Jesus, an image of Michael Jackson appearing from the dead along with the words he spoke, and other astounding encounters and visitations. Written to help others learn how to recognize their self-worth, Opening the Matrix enables everyone to experience the favor of God through Jesus Christ, as He comforts and guides us with vivid consciousness and trust into a broader perspective of the kingdom. “When we are stagnated in our spiritual growth and face difficulty defining our purpose, we hunger for testimony from one whose walk and experience reflects the courage and strength we need in our faith.” -Elizabeth Lang Arthur “This book is a phenomenal literature for those seeking a greater understanding of God’s mysteries in the kingdom. It awakened my heart to pray more, and intercede for the nations.” —Linda Leverette, House of Hope Ministries
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From Conquest To Deportation

Author : Jeronim Perovic
ISBN : 9780190934675
Genre : History
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This book is about a region on the fringes of empire, which neither Tsarist Russia, nor the Soviet Union, nor in fact the Russian Federation, ever really managed to control. Starting with the nineteenth century, it analyses the state's various strategies to establish its rule over populations highly resilient to change imposed from outside, who frequently resorted to arms to resist interference in their religious practices and beliefs, traditional customs, and ways of life. Jeronim Perovic offers a major contribution to our knowledge of the early Soviet era, a crucial yet overlooked period in this region's troubled history. During the 1920s and 1930s, the various peoples of this predominantly Muslim region came into contact for the first time with a modernising state, demanding not only unconditional loyalty but active participation in the project of 'socialist transformation'. Drawing on unpublished documents from Russian archives, Perovi? investigates the changes wrought by Russian policy and explains why, from Moscow's perspective, these modernization attempts failed, ultimately prompting the Stalinist leadership to forcefully exile the Chechens and other North Caucasians to Central Asia in 1943-4.
Category: History

Conflict Conquest And Conversion

Author : Eleanor H. Tejirian
ISBN : 9780231511094
Genre : History
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Conflict, Conquest, and Conversion surveys two thousand years of the Christian missionary enterprise in the Middle East within the context of the region's political evolution. Its broad, rich narrative follows Christian missions as they interacted with imperial powers and as the momentum of religious change shifted from Christianity to Islam and back, adding new dimensions to the history of the region and the nature of the relationship between the Middle East and the West. Historians and political scientists increasingly recognize the importance of integrating religion into political analysis, and this volume, using long-neglected sources, uniquely advances this effort. It surveys Christian missions from the earliest days of Christianity to the present, paying particular attention to the role of Christian missions, both Protestant and Catholic, in shaping the political and economic imperialism of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Eleanor H. Tejirian and Reeva Spector Simon delineate the ongoing tensions between conversion and the focus on witness and "good works" within the missionary movement, which contributed to the development and spread of nongovernmental organizations. Through its conscientious, systematic study, this volume offers an unparalleled encounter with the social, political, and economic consequences of such trends.
Category: History

Living Through Histories

Author : Kathryn May Robinson
ISBN : UOM:39015042829633
Genre : Celebes (Indonesia)
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