Publications

1104 publications found

Peter Brown and Victor Turner Revisited: Anthropological Approaches to Latin Miracle Narratives in the Medieval West

Discusses anthropological approaches to medieval saints' cults.

Bailey, Anne E. 2014. 'Peter Brown and Victor Turner Revisited: Anthropological Approaches to Latin Miracle Narratives in the Medieval West', in Contextualizing Miracles, ed. Matthew Mesley and Louise E. Wilson (Oxford: Medium Ævum).

Lamentation Motifs in Latin Hagiography

Examines the tradition of female affective piety at saints' shrines in the Christian West and its representation in literature.

Bailey, Anne E. 2013. 'Lamentation Motifs in Latin Hagiography', Gender and History 25.3, 529-44.

Flights of Distance, Time and Fancy: Women Pilgrims and their Journeys in Medieval Miracle Narratives

Bailey, Anne E. 2012. 'Flights of Distance, Time and Fancy: Women Pilgrims and their Journeys in Medieval Miracle Narratives', Gender and History 24.2, 292-309.

Wives, Mothers and Widows on Pilgrimage: Categories of 'Woman' Recorded at English Shrines in the High Middle Ages

Bailey, Anne E. 2013. 'Wives, Mothers and Widows on Pilgrimage: Categories of 'Woman' Recorded at English Shrines in the High Middle Ages', Journal of Medieval History 39.2, 197-219.

Modern and Medieval Approaches to Pilgrimage, Gender and Sacred Space

Bailey, Anne E. 2013. 'Modern and Medieval Approaches to Pilgrimage, Gender and Sacred Space'. History and Anthropology 24.4, 493-512.

The Rich and The Poor, The Lesser and The Great. Social Representations of Female Pilgrims in Medieval England

Bailey, Anne E. 2014. 'The Rich and The Poor, The Lesser and The Great. Social Representations of Female Pilgrims in Medieval England'. Cultural and Social History, 11.1, 9-29.

Truly beyond Wonders: Aelius Aristides and the Cult of Asklepios

Pilgrims and Pilgrimage

Sums up basic aspects of women and pilgrimage for this encyclopedia on women and gender.

Susan Signe Morrison. 'Pilgrims and Pilgrimage', in Women and Gender in Medieval Europe: An Encyclopedia. Margaret Schaus, ed. London: Routledge, 2006.

Pilgrimage, Gender, and Theory. Where are the Women Pilgrimage Poets of the Fourteenth Century?

Asks why Christine de Pizan did not write a pilgrimage narrative despite its being the prevalent form for writers in the 14th century. Compares de Pizan with Margery Kempe.

Susan Signe Morrison. 'Pilgrimage, Gender, and Theory. Where are the Women Pilgrimage Poets of the Fourteenth Century?', in Femmes et pèlerinages (Women and Pilgrimages). Juliette Dor and Marie-Élisabeth Henneau, eds. Sezemice, Czech Republic: Compostela Group of Universities/Le Groupe Compostelle des Universités, 2007: 141-152.

'Scholarship on Literary Pilgrimage' and 'Theory and Pilgrimage'

Focus on literary theory and pilgrimage texts such as Chaucer and Langland. Theoretical approaches to medieval literary pilgrimage texts.

Susan Signe Morrison. 'Scholarship on Literary Pilgrimage', in The Brill Encyclopedia of Pilgrimage. Gen. Ed. Larissa Taylor. Leiden: Brill 2009: 670-1; 752-4.