By Philip Rousseau,Dale B. Martin,Patricia Cox Miller,Maureen A. Tilley,Susan Ashbrook Harvey
The participants examine 3 key matters of past due historical reports: gender, asceticism, and historiography. they give thought to Macrina’s scar, Mary’s voice, and the harlot’s physique in addition to Augustine, Jovinian, Gregory of Nazianzus, Julian, and Ephrem the Syrian. even if interpreting how animal our bodies figured as a way for realizing human ardour and sexuality within the monastic groups of Egypt and Palestine or meditating at the virtually sleek epistemological concern confronted by means of Theodoret in trying to triumph over the obstacles among the self and the broader global, those essays spotlight rising theoretical and important advancements within the field.
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