The Study of Chivalry
Resources and Approaches
Edited by Howell Chickering and Thomas H Seiler
In a series of essays readers will find information about modern scholarship on the subject of chivalry and various suggestions for ways to teach some familiar and unfamiliar chivalric materials. Short bibliographies are provided for teachers' further use.
Acknowledgements Introduction, by Howell ChickeringPart I: The Modern Study of Chivalry Modern Views of Medieval Chivalry, 1884-1984, by Jeremy duQuesnay Adams The Criticism of Chivalric Epic and Romance, by Robert W. Hanning Reaching Chivalry: From Footnote to Foreground, by Elizabeth B. Keiser and Bonnie WheelerPart II: Historical and Visual Approaches Religious Writers and Church Councils on Chivalry, by David Carlson Caballus et Caballarius in Medieval Warfare, by Bernard S. Bachrach The Tournament: An Historical Sketch, by Helmut Nickel The Technology of Chivalry in Reality and Romance, by Rosemary Ascherl Medieval Seals and the Structure of Chivalri Society, by Brigitte Bedos Rezak Early Medieval Images of the Horseman Re-Viewed, by Linda SeidelPart III: Teaching Early Chivalric Literature Chevalier in Twelfth-Century French and Occitan Vernacular Literature, by Margaret Switten The Recreantise Episode in Chretien's Erec et Enide, by Nancy Bradley-Cromey Chivalric Education in Wolfram's Parzival and Gottfried's Tristan, by Jill P. McDonald Using Translation, by Dennis M. KratzPart IV: Teaching Later Chivalric Literature Christine de Pizan on Chivalry, by Charity Cannon Ward Malory's Morte Darthur and the Alliterative Morte Arthure, by Dhira B. Mahoney Teaching the Pas d'Armes, by Anthony Annunziata Teaching the Motifs of Chivalric Biography, by William T. Cotton The Vows of the Pheasant and Late Chivalric Ritual, by Gail Orgelfinger Caxton's Chivalric Publications of 1480-85, by Jennifer R. Goodman The Unknightly Knight: Teaching Satires on Chivalry, by Robert L. Kindrick Index
Howell Chickering is a Professor Emeritus at Amherst College, specializing in Medieval English Poetry. Thomas H. Seiler is a Professor Emeritus at Western Michigan University, specializing in Medieval British literature.
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