The Medieval Mystical Tradition In England
Subjects: Medieval Studies
Symposium, approaching medieval mysticism from a range of perspectives, including literary, historical, theological and psychological points of view.
Contents: Margery Kempe and the Eastern and Western Tradition of the 'perfect fool'. R. Maisonneuve (Oyonnax), 1; The Choices of the Translator in the Late Middle English Period R. Ellis (University College, Cardiff), 18; Henry Suso and the Medieval Mystical Tradition in England R. Lovatt (University of Cambridge), 47; The Sources of The Cloud of Unknowing: A Reconsideration A. Minnis (University of Bristol), 63; The Cloud of Unknowing and Vedanta K. Watson (University College, Cardiff), 76; Augustine, Anselm and Walter Hilton J. Clark (Longframlington Vicarage), 102; Christ the Teacher in Julian's Showings: the Biblical and Patristic Traditions R. Bradley (St Ambrose College, Iowa), 127; Psychotechnological Approaches to the teaching of the Cloud-author and to the Showings of Julian of Norwich D. Rogers (Loras College, Iowa), 143; The Mystical Experience of Julian of Norwich with reference to the Epistle to the Hebrews ch. ix: Semiotic and Psychoanalytic Analysis B. Lorenzo (Orsay), 161; The Dynamics of the Signans in the Spiritual Quest (Piers Plowman, the Mystics and Religious Drama) G. Bourquin (University of Nancy), 182; Mystic's Foot: Rolle and Affectivity V. Gillespie (University of Oxford), 199; The Organization of the Scale of Perfection M. Sargent (University of Salzburg), 231.
Dr MARION GLASSCOE teaches in the School of English and American Studies at the University of Exeter.