TitleBorders of Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy in Late Medieval Sermons and Tracts
Date/TimeTuesday 5 July 2022: 11.15-12.45
SponsorDepartment of Classical Studies, Masaryk University, Brno
OrganiserLucie Mazalová, Ústav klasických studií, Masarykova Univerzita, Brno
Moderator/ChairEmilia Jamroziak, Institute for Medieval Studies / School of History, University of Leeds
Paper 619-a Tracing the Modes of Expressing Doubts and Textual Coherence in the Treatise De praxibus curiae Romanae by Matthew of Kraków
(Language: English)
Jagoda Marszałek, Pracownia Łaciny Średniowiecznej, Instytut Języka Polskiego, Polskiej Akademii Nauk, Kraków
Index Terms: Ecclesiastical History; Language and Literature - Latin
Paper 619-b Middle English Creeds after John Wyclif: The Multivalence of Their Manuscript Context
(Language: English)
Antje Elisa Chan, Lincoln College, University of Oxford
Index Terms: Language and Literature - Middle English; Manuscripts and Palaeography; Religious Life
Paper 619-c The Good and the Bad Shepherds in Late Medieval Sermons in Central Europe
(Language: English)
Stanislava Kuzmová, Katedra slovenských dejín, Univerzita Komenského, Bratislava
Index Terms: Language and Literature - Latin; Sermons and Preaching
AbstractThe session will be focused on the literary and philological analysis of late medieval sermons and tracts that contain a substantial material for studying the contradictions between orthodox and heterodox medieval belief or that deal with this topic themselves. We would like to present how could be literary and philological aspects used as a good indicator for recognizing an individual author's or collective opinion shift of placing the borders of orthodoxy and heterodoxy. We will have a chance for comparing the results of four various researches - three relating to the Hussite movement period in European lands and one to the Middle English tracts of creeds.