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The Dominicans and the Making of Florentine Cultural Identity (13th-14th centuries) / I domenicani e la costruzione dell'identità culturale fiorentina (XIII-XIV secolo)

  • Edited by:
  • Delphine Carron,
  • Elisa Brilli,
  • Johannes Bartuschat,

Florence, the celebrated city-republic, dominates the historiography of medieval Italy still today. The birth and growth of the Mendicant Orders paralleled the rise of urban Europe. As attention to medieval cities has increased, so too the history of the Dominican Order has constituted a major field of study, since the Dominicans were at the forefront of the cultural and religious life of Medieval cities. The combination of these two traditions of studies precipitates a particularly fruitful research field: the reciprocal influences and interactions between the activities of Dominican intellectuals and the making of Florentine cultural identity. The essays collected in this volume explore various facets of such an interaction. Without presuming to be exhaustive, these contributions restore the complexity of the relationship between the Dominicans and the city of Florence, as well as the communal society in the broadest sense of the term.

  • Keywords:
  • Florence,
  • Dominicans,
  • Culture,
  • 13th-14th Century,
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Delphine Carron

University of Fribourg, Switzerland - ORCID: 0000-0003-1549-6742

Elisa Brilli

University of Toronto, Canada - ORCID: 0000-0002-1845-9683

Johannes Bartuschat

University of Zurich, Switzerland - ORCID: 0000-0003-0268-1324

Johannes Bartuschat is Full Professor of Italian literature at the University of Zurich. He specialises in medieval and renaissance literature and he has extensively published on Italian literature and culture from the 13th to the 16th century.
Elisa Brilli is Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto. Specialist of Dante, her research deals with the interactions between history and literature, medieval exemplary literature, historiography and research methodologies.
Delphine Carron is Senior Lecturer at the University of Fribourg. Specialist of medieval political thought in Latin and Vernacular languages, her research interests lie at the intersections of philosophy, literature, philology, socio-cultural history, intellectual history and history of institutions.
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Johannes Bartuschat, Elisa Brilli, Delphine Carron

Introduction
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pp.13-22


Delphine Carron, Iñigo Atucha, Anna Pegoretti

Chronologie de Santa Maria Novella (1291-1319)
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pp.23-52


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pp.141-155


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The Dominicans and the Making of Florentine Cultural Identity (13th-14th centuries) / I domenicani e la costruzione dell'identità culturale fiorentina (XIII-XIV secolo)

Editors

Delphine Carron, Elisa Brilli, Johannes Bartuschat

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306

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2020

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© 2020 Author(s)

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Firenze University Press

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