Reprint

Domestic Devotions in Medieval and Early Modern Europe

Edited by
May 2020
448 pages
  • ISBN978-3-03928-913-4 (Paperback)
  • ISBN978-3-03928-914-1 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Domestic Devotions in Medieval and Early Modern Europe that was published in

Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities
Summary
Domestic devotion has become an increasingly important area of research in recent years, with the publication of a number of significant studies on the early modern period in particular. This Special Issue aims to build on these works and to expand their range, both geographically and chronologically. This collection focuses on lived religion and the devotional practices found in the domestic settings of late medieval and early modern Europe. More particularly, it investigates the degree to which the experience of personal or familial religious practice in the domestic realm intersected with the more public expression of faith in liturgical or communal settings. Its broad geographical range (spanning northern, southern, central and eastern Europe) includes practices related to Christianity, Judaism and Islam. This Special Issue will be of interest to historians, art historians, medievalists, early modernists, historians of religion, anthropologists and theologians, as well as those interested in the history of material religious culture. It also offers important insights into research areas such as gender studies, histories of the emotions and histories of the senses.
Format
  • Paperback
License
© 2020 by the authors; CC BY-NC-ND license
Keywords
revelations; mysticism; ekphrasis; neuromedievalism; neuroarthistory; psychohistory; Julian of Norwich; visions; sleep paralysis; psalters; books of hours; rosary beads; devotional image; Pietà; Michelangelo Buonarroti; reception; book history; family history; ottoman empire; Arabic manuscripts; sacred space; materiality; popular piety; lived religion; Lutheranism; icon painting; maniera greca; Byzantine art; Renaissance; Council of Trent; Adriatic Sea; Venice; Dalmatia; Ragusa; Candia; devotional; amuletic; pilgrimage; private devotion; reliquaries; mirrors; bells; domestic piety; medieval Ashkenaz; beds; Sefer Hasidim; bedtime prayers; family life; medieval; breviary; devotion; recusant; nonjuror; schismatic; women; early modern; restoration; icons; private devotion; Old Believers; Patriarch Nikon; archpriest Avvakum; material devotion; holy matter; hagiosensorium; haptic devotion; amulets; devotional literature; the holy cross; wonderworking and miraculous images; apotropaic potential; reformation; reliquaries; body-part reliquaries; post-Tridentine religion; Bay of Kotor; Republic of Venice; healing; domestic devotion; holy crosses; wooden crucifixes; pendants; silver arm rings; parish churches; gift-giving; popular piety; devotional practices; Italian Renaissance; devotion; home; La Verna; sanctuaries; maiolica; sculptures; multisensory experience; medieval Ragusa; domestic devotion; devotional triptychs; ecclesiola; domestic chapel; Holy-Sepulchre chapels; jus patronatus; privately owned relics; domestic devotion; private devotion; material devotion; medieval art; altarpieces; retables; oratories; reliquaries; paternosters; Agnus Dei; Catalonia; private devotion; Books of Hours; illumination; Holy Trinity; pictorial cycles; Butlers; Ormond; domestic devotion; Palermo; Spanish Sicily; aristocratic palaces; collections of paintings; catholic devotion; Bourdieu’s habitus; Dutch medieval literature; devotional literature; catechesis; religious instruction; lay devotion; incunabula; Gerard Leeu; manuscript and print; Dionysius the Carthusian; Der grosse Seelentrost; domestic devotion; Ottoman religious history; shrine visitation; ziyāra; pious graffiti; Ottoman art; space; devotion to Muhammad; taṣliya; Dalā’il al-khayrāt; mendicants; devotional texts; devotional art; female patronage; Florentine trecento; n/a