Kratki opis

Hrvatsko hagiografsko društvo „Hagiotheca“ osnovano je 2004. i otad okuplja zainteresirane stručnjake u okviru niza međunarodnih znanstvenih skupova. Plodove izlaganja i diskusija Društvo objavljuje u sklopu svoje biblioteke Hagiotheca, u nizu Colloquia. Drugi takav hagiografski simpozij održan u Splitu od 28. do 31. svibnja 2008. okupio je stručnjake iz dvanaest zemlja dio čijih je izlaganja priređen kao drugi svezak u tom nizu. Primjenjujući koncepte identiteta i alteriteta na istraživanje hagiografije i kulta svetaca, šesnaest autora ponudilo je svoje uvide u različite oblike i aspekte štovanja svetaca kroz povijest od kasne antike do 18. stoljeća.
Sadržaj / Contents:
1. Shifting Identities: From a Roman Matron to Matrona Dei in the Passio Sanctarum Perpetuae et Felicitatis Thomas J. Heffernan 1
2. Martyr Cult and Collective Identity in Fourth-Century Rome
Marianne Sághy 17
3. Passio Sancti Justi Martyris: A Late Antique Statement of Roman Identity vis-à-vis Domination from the East
Luciana Cuppo 37
4. The Theological Other: Religious and Narrative Identity in Fifth to Seventh Century Byzantine Miracle Collections
Ildikó Csepregi 59
5. The ‘Odor of Sanctity’: Defining Identity and Alterity in the Early Middle Ages (Fifth to Ninth Century)
Martin Roch 73
6. Absolute Alterity in the Cult of Saints: Saint Nobody
Lucie Doležalová 89
7. Building a British Identity: Jocelin of Furness’s Use of Sources in Vita Kentigerni
Lindsay McArthur Irvin 103
8. Regionalism and Identity: Localizing the Cult of Mary in Medieval Wales
Jane Cartwright 119
9. The Cult of St Barbara and the Saxon Community of Late Medieval Transylvania
Maria Crăciun 137
10. Hungarians as ‘Saintly Pagans’ in late Medieval Western Literature
Dávid Falvay 165
11. Tamquam lupi rapaces: Dynamics of the Image of Venetian Army in the Hagiography of Trogir
Ana Marinković 179
12. Family vs Order: Saint Thomas Aquinas’ Dominican Habit in the Narrative Tradition of the Order
Marika Räsänen 201
13. Necromancers and Saints from Simon Magus to Albertus Magnus: The Medieval Background to a Fifteenth-Century Problem
David J. Collins 219
14. Anti-Jewish Motifs in the Poetry of Blessed Władysław of Gielniów (c. 1440 – 1505)
Rafał Wójcik 235
15. Closing the Borders: St Francis at Orta
Cynthia Ho 245
16. The ‘Significant Other’ in Canonizations in the First Half of the Eighteenth Century
Raeleen Chai-Elsholz 261

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