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Table of Contents 1. Albrecht Classen Philippe Ariès and the Consequences: History of Childhood, Family Relations, and Personal Emotions: Where do we stand today? 1 2. Valerie L. Garver The Influence of Monastic Ideals upon Carolingian Conceptions of Childhood 67 3. Eva Parra Membrives Mutterliebe aus weiblicher Perspektive: Zur Bedeutung von Affektivität in Frau Avas Leben Jesu (Maternal Love from a Female Perspective: On the Significance of Affection in Frau Ava's Leben Jesu) 87 4. Diane Peters Auslander Victims or Martyrs: Children, Anti-Semitism, and the Stress of Change in Medieval England 105 5. Mary Dzon Joseph and the Amazing Christ-Child of Late-Medieval Legend 135 6. Karen K. Jambeck The Tretiz of Walter of Bibbesworth: Cultivating the Vernacular 159 7. Nicole Clifton The Seven Sages of Rome, Children's Literature, and the Auchinleck Manuscript 185 8. Juanita Feros Ruys Peter Abelard's Carmen ad Astralabium and Medieval Parent-Child Didactic Texts: The Evidence for Parent-Child Relationships in the Middle Ages 203 9. David F. Tinsley Reflections of Childhood in Medieval Hagiographical Writing: The Case of Hartmann von Aue's Der arme Heinrich 229 10. Carol Dover Why Did Lancelot Need an Education? 247 11. Tracy Adams Medieval Mothers and their Children: The Case of Isabeau of Bavaria 265 12. Marilyn Sandidge Changing Contexts of Infanticide in Medieval English Texts 291 13. Jean E. Jost Medieval Children: Treatment in Middle English Literature 307 14. Daniel F. Pigg Margery Kempe and Her Son: Representing the Discourse of Family 329 15. Juliann Vitullo Fashioning Fatherhood: Leon Battista Alberti's Art of Parenting 341 16. Laurel Reed Art, Life, Charm and Titian's Portrait of Clarissa Strozzi 355 17. David Graizbord Converso Children Under the Inquisitorial Microscope in the Seventeenth Century: What May the Sources Tell us about Their Lives? 373 18. Allison P. Coudert Educating Girls in Early Modern Europe and America 389 19. Christopher Carlsmith The Child in the Classroom: Teaching a Course on the History of Childhood in Medieval/Renaissance Europe 415 Contributors 433 Index 439 List of Illustrations 445
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Children -- History.
Parent and child -- History.