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Medieval Monastic Education
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The changing face of tradition - monastic education in the Middle Ages, George Ferzoco; training for the liturgy as a form of monastic education, Susan Boynton; besides the book - using the body to mould the mind, Cluny in the 10th and 11th abbey, Isabelle Cochelin; a medieval novice's formation - reflection on a 15th century manuscript at Downside Abbey, Aiden Bellenger; the scope of learning within the cloisters of the English cathedral priories in the later Middle Ages, Joan Greatrex; university monks in late medieval England, James G. Clark; Hildegard of Bingen's teaching in her "Expositiones Evangeliorm" and "Ordo Virtutum", Beverly Mayne Kienzle; learning and mentoring in the 12th century - Hildegard of Bingen and Herrand of Landsberg, Carolyn Messing; educating Heliose, W.G. East; the role of images in monastic education - the evidence from wall painting in late medieval England, Miriam Gill; ghostly mentor, teaching of mysteries -Bartholomew, Guthlac and the Apostle's cult in early medieval England, Graham Jones; "life, learning and wisdom" - the forms and functions of beguine education, Penelope Galloway; Franciscan educational perspectives - reworking monastic traditions, Bert Roest; monastic educational culture revisited - the witness of Zwiefalten and the Hirsau reform, Constant Mews.

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George Ferzoco is a lecturer and Director of Italian Studies in the School of Modern Languages, University of Leicester. Carolyn Muessig is a lecturer in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Bristol.

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