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Reform, conflict, and the shaping of corporate identities: collected studies on Benedictine monasticism in medieval Flanders, c. 1050 – c. 1150

Steven Vanderputten UGent (2013) Vita Regularis.
abstract
his volume collects ten previously published essays dealing with the development of Benedictine monasticism between c. 1050 - 1150. Relying on primary sources that originated in communities situated in the Southern Low Countries - one of the densest regions of Benedictine occupation and a crossroads of cultural and political influences - the essays are arranged in three thematic sections. The first looks at the societal background, methodologies, and intended outcomes of `Cluniac' reform around 1100. The second investigates reactions to reform, both within the monastic sphere and by outsiders. In the third section the focus is on groups of monks, and how they, their supporters, and their enemies all developed strategies of self-representation and self-positioning in the face of growing competition over landed wealth, patronage, and positions of social privilege.
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book
publication status
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subject
series title
Vita Regularis
publisher
LIT VERLAG
place of publication
Berlin, Münster, Germany ; London, UK
ISBN
978-3-643-90429-4
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
B1
copyright statement
I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
id
1982739
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1982739
date created
2012-01-11 10:14:36
date last changed
2013-10-14 15:08:06
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  abstract     = {his volume collects ten previously published essays dealing with the development of Benedictine monasticism between c. 1050 - 1150. Relying on primary sources that originated in communities situated in the Southern Low Countries - one of the densest regions of Benedictine occupation and a crossroads of cultural and political influences - the essays are arranged in three thematic sections. The first looks at the societal background, methodologies, and intended outcomes of `Cluniac' reform around 1100. The second investigates reactions to reform, both within the monastic sphere and by outsiders. In the third section the focus is on groups of monks, and how they, their supporters, and their enemies all developed strategies of self-representation and self-positioning in the face of growing competition over landed wealth, patronage, and positions of social privilege.},
  author       = {Vanderputten, Steven},
  isbn         = {978-3-643-90429-4},
  language     = {eng},
  publisher    = {LIT VERLAG},
  series       = {Vita Regularis},
  title        = {Reform, conflict, and the shaping of corporate identities: collected studies on Benedictine monasticism in medieval Flanders, c. 1050 -- c. 1150},
  year         = {2013},
}

Chicago
Vanderputten, Steven. 2013. Reform, Conflict, and the Shaping of Corporate Identities: Collected Studies on Benedictine Monasticism in Medieval Flanders, C. 1050 – C. 1150. Vita Regularis. Berlin, Münster, Germany ; London, UK: LIT VERLAG.
APA
Vanderputten, S. (2013). Reform, conflict, and the shaping of corporate identities: collected studies on Benedictine monasticism in medieval Flanders, c. 1050 – c. 1150. Vita Regularis. Berlin, Münster, Germany ; London, UK: LIT VERLAG.
Vancouver
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Vanderputten S. Reform, conflict, and the shaping of corporate identities: collected studies on Benedictine monasticism in medieval Flanders, c. 1050 – c. 1150. Vita Regularis. Berlin, Münster, Germany ; London, UK: LIT VERLAG; 2013.
MLA
Vanderputten, Steven. Reform, Conflict, and the Shaping of Corporate Identities: Collected Studies on Benedictine Monasticism in Medieval Flanders, C. 1050 – C. 1150. Berlin, Münster, Germany ; London, UK: LIT VERLAG, 2013. Print.