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GENDER AND INSULT IN AN ITALIAN CITY : BOLOGNA IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES

TREVOR,DEAN.

GENDER AND INSULT IN AN ITALIAN CITY : BOLOGNA IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES

by TREVOR,DEAN.

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Online version of print publication SOCIAL HISTORY v.29 #2 (2004) : 217-231.

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Later Middle Ages. saw the “Babylonian Captivity,” the Papal Schism. From to the “Hundred Years War” preoccupied France and England. In came an outbreak of “Black Death” in Europe, preceded by colder climate, cattle disease, crop failure, and starvation. Full text of "Studies in the Latin of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance" See other formats.

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Download Citation | Gender and insult in an Italian city: Bologna in the later Middle Ages | There are few studies of insult in later medieval Italy.

This article aims not only to fill that gap. Theft and Gender in Late Medieval Bologna. prevalent presentation and analysis of gender in studies of theft in the Middle Ages. Female thieving is usually differentiated from men's – by.

Patricia Skinner makes a like observation, writing from a high medieval Italian perspective, that “birth dates and relative ages of children may have been information that mothers were more likely to remember carefully”: Patricia Skinner, “Gender and Memory in Medieval Italy,” in Medieval Memories Men, Women and the Past, –, ed Author: Jeremy Goldberg.

ography on honor in the Italian states. 9 Trevor Dean, Gender and Insult in an Italian City: Bologna in the Later Middle Ages, in «Social History» 29 (), pp. ; Giancarlo Angelozzi, Cesarina Casanova, La nobiltà disciplinata.

Violenza nobiliare, procedure di giustizia e File Size: KB. "Bibliography" published on 23 Apr by Manchester University Press. 4Trevor Dean, "Gender and Insult in an Italian City: Bologna in the Later Middle Ages," Social History () ; William Labov, Language in the Inner City: Studies in the Black English Vernacular (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, ) ; Peter Burke.

Most useful book of the year: Plato or Aristotle, Homer or Virgil. I knew nothing of Greek and Roman history and barely grasped the meaning of the Middle Ages. Dante was a stranger to me, and so was Shakespeare (p. Dean, Trevor. “Gender and insult in an Italian city: Bologna in the later Middle Ages.” Social History.

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Dean, Trevor. “Gender and insult in an Italian city: Bologna in the later Middle Ages.” Social History. Vol. (May ) – which was a common medium for storytelling and poetry in the Middle Ages. is a new year for book blogging. so Bookbread begins with some meditations on: Rod Dreher’s The Little Way.

This article is an effort to open up a new avenue for analysis of medieval state formation. Medieval historians have been slow to respond to Joan Scott's call for research into the use of gender to signify relations of power.(4) But in fact, the medieval Italian city-states invite this kind of analysis because of their use of the vocabularies of the patriarchal family and of Christian.

Italian Renaissance Culture"Humanism" is the modern term for the intellectual movement that initiated the Italian Renaissance, which later spread to northern Europe. The humanist movement originated in Florence in the mids and began to affect other countries shortly before Humanist scholars believed that a body of learning called studia humanitatis (humanistic studies), which was.

Dean, Trevor, ‘Gender and Insult in an Italian City: Bologna in the later Middle Ages’, Social History 29 (), Dean, Trevor, ‘Marriage and Mutilation: Vendetta in Late-Medieval Italy’, Past and Present (), Cohen, E. ‘ Towards a history of European physical sensibility: pain in the later Middle Ages ’, Science in Context, 8 () Cohen, S., Images of Deviance (Harmondsworth, ) Cohn, S., ‘ Criminality and the state in Renaissance Florence, –’, Journal of Social History, 14 ()Cited by: Social Status and CommunitySocial status was the basis of life in Europe during the Renaissance and Reformation.

Since the early Middle Ages, people had been divided into three groups, called estates. Each of the Three Estates were further subdivided into many other levels. A person's rank on the social scale was determined by birth, gender, sources of wealth, occupation, political position.

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Throughout our series, we’ve shown that over the Middle Ages, pervasive and recurring anti-Semitism became knit into much of the fabric European culture—especially in the later Middle Ages. But then, as now, it would be a mistake to assume that every European Christian subscribed to that : Paul B.

Sturtevant. GENDER AND CIVIC AUTHORITY: SEXUAL CONTROL IN A MEDIEVAL ITALIAN TOWN By Carol Lansing University of California, Santa Barbara One of the changes that marks the rise of effective self-governing communes in late medieval Italy is a new attention in the civic courts to cases involving sexual morality.

Town officials began active pursuit of offenses that included not only prostitution and sodomy. Preaching and popular devotion in the later middle ages (Princeton, ), –2; L.L. Otis, ‘Prostitution and repentance in late medieval Perpignan’, in: Women of the medieval world.

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