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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: New Literacy Studies, close reading, and historical sociolinguistics inform Amsler's analyses of late medieval writing and textual cultures. Amsler argues that medieval reading and writing make sense not as individual expressions with discrete texts but as multilingual, sociocultural, and intertextual practices that 'make people up' and that sustain or challenge dominant ideologies and reading formations. Rather than a single Literacy, we find socially situated literacies within manuscript matrices. Bringing new historical dimensions to literacy studies, Amsler explores the intertextualities, affective relations, and social contests in these multilingual formations. Individual chapters examine literacies as cultural practice in schooling and in elite and popular texts by Chaucer, Christine de Pizan, Dante, Margery Kempe, devotional writers, Erasmus, and the Jewish convert Hermann von Sheda, along with grammatical writing, mythography, charms, drama, and educational texts. This volume illustrates the diversity of late medieval multilingual writings, textual performances, and embodied readings. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Inhaltsangabe: Adapting critical approaches and concepts from New Literacy Studies, historical sociolinguistics, and close reading, Amsler analyses how late medieval writing and literacies in Latin, English, and French 'make people up' to create literate subjects and agents (readers and writers) in multilingual manuscript cultures. Amsler argues that textual interactions make sense only when we take the 'social turn' and examine reading and writing not as individual practices toward discrete texts, but as part of wider multilingual, socio-cultural practices that could either sustain or challenge dominant ideologies and reading formations. Rather than a singular Literacy, we see socially situated literacies. In late medieval society, both traditional and new literates assumed different relationships between and among Latin, the vernaculars, and hybrid written forms. Amsler explores the intertextualities and social contests embedded in these forms, bringing new historical dimensions to literacy studies. The individual chapters in this volume examine literacies as cultural practice in elite and popular texts and also in schooling. They consider texts by Chaucer, Christine de Pizan, Dante, Margery Kempe, devotional writers, Erasmus, and the Jewish convert Hermann of Scheda alongside grammatical writing, mythography, charms, drama, and educational texts. This volume sets individual Latin and vernacular works within historical and linguistic contexts, which illustrates the diversity of late medieval multilingual writing, performance, and embodied reading.

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Buchbeschreibung Brepols Publishers 0. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Verlagsfrisch New copy. Verlagsfrisch New copy Late Medieval and Early Modern Studies (LMEMS 19) Affective Literacies Writing and Multilingualism in the Late Middle Ages M. Amsler XXVI+424 p., 5 b/w ill. + 5 colour ill., 156 x 234 mm, 2012 ISBN: 978-2-503-53236-3 Languages: English, Latin, French Hardback The publication is available. New Literacy Studies, close reading, and historical sociolinguistics inform Amsler's analyses of late medieval writing and textual cultures. Amsler argues that medieval reading and writing make sense not as individual expressions with discrete texts but as multilingual, sociocultural, and intertextual practices that 'make people up' and that sustain or challenge dominant ideologies and reading formations. Rather than a single Literacy, we find socially situated literacies within manuscript matrices. Bringing new historical dimensions to literacy studies, Amsler explores the intertextualities, affective relations, and social contests in these multilingual formations. Individual chapters examine literacies as cultural practice in schooling and in elite and popular texts by Chaucer, Christine de Pizan, Dante, Margery Kempe, devotional writers, Erasmus, and the Jewish convert Hermann von Sheda, along with grammatical writing, mythography, charms, drama, and educational texts. This volume illustrates the diversity of late medieval multilingual writings,textual performances, and embodied readings. Dr Mark Amsler is senior lecturer at the Department of English of the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Table of Contents Introduction Chapter 1. Theorizing Medieval Literacies Chapter 2. Language Ideology and Marginal Latins Chapter 3. Affective Literacies Chapter 4. Reading Assimilation and Jewish Latin Textuality Chapter 5. Ovid's Mythography and Medieval Readers Chapter 6. Grammar of Unruly Latin in Middle English Writing Chapter 7. 'Clean and Chaste Latin': Literacy, Humanism, and the Boy Jesus After Words Bibliography Index nominum Index rerum. Buch. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 6714

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