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Ars reminiscendi : mind and memory in Renaissance culture, edited by Donald Beecher and Grant Williams

Label
Ars reminiscendi : mind and memory in Renaissance culture
Title
Ars reminiscendi
Title remainder
mind and memory in Renaissance culture
Statement of responsibility
edited by Donald Beecher and Grant Williams
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
IT-FiEUI
Dewey number
128.3
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1965-
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  • Beecher, Donald
  • Williams, Grant
  • Victoria University (Toronto, Ont.)
Series statement
Essays and studies Victoria University Toronto, Ont.. Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies
Series volume
19
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Memory
  • Collective memory
  • Renaissance
  • Memory (Philosophy)
  • European literature
  • Memory in literature
Label
Ars reminiscendi : mind and memory in Renaissance culture, edited by Donald Beecher and Grant Williams
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"Includes essays first presented at a conference held Jun. 28, 2006 in Ottawa, Ont"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • Introduction: the
  • crisis of memory / Donald Beecher -- The mnemonic architecture of the Palais des nobles dames (Lyons, 1534): in defence of famous women / Brenda Dunn-Lardeau -- Patterns and functions of the mnemonics image in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries / Andrea Torre -- Mnemonic imagery in the early middle period: visibility and collective memory / Wolfgang Neuber -- A Sephardic art of memory / James Nelson Novoa -- Experience recollected in tranquility: Thomas Hoby's travel journal as constructed memory / Kenneth R. Bartlett -- "Memorial books": commonplaces, gender, and manuscript compilation in seventeenth-century England / Victoria E. Burke -- Reading and memory in the universal library: Conrad Gessner and the Renaissance book / Paul Nelles -- The well-stocked memory and the well-tended self: Erasmus and the limits of humanist education / John Hunter -- Johann Sturm's "figurative drafts": memory, imitation, reminiscence in Nobilitas literata (154) / Marie-Alice Belle -- Paridise lost: memories are made of this / Raymond B. Wassington -- "What's Hecuba to him?": pain, privacy, and the ancient text / Andrew Wallace -- Machiavelli manufacturing memory: terrorizing history, historicizing terror / Joseph Koury -- The duty of memory: the contradictions in Conrad Celtis's Oratio (142) / Danièle Letocha -- Spenseer and interpellative memory / Christopher Ivic -- The transmateriality of memory in early modern psychophysiological discourse / Grant Williams -- Hooke's two buckets: memory, mnemotechnique and knowledge in the early Royal Society / Rhodri Lewis -- Recollection, cognition, and culture: an overview of Renaissance memory / Donald Beecher
  • Donald Beecher , "Introduction:In Defence of Famous Women " Andrea Torre, "Patters and Functions of the Mnemonics Image in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries" Wolfgang Neuber, "Mnemonic Imagery in the Early Modern Period: Visibility and Collective Memory" James Nelson Novoa, "A Sephardic Art of Memory" Kenneth R. Bartlett, "Experience Recollected in Tranquility: Thomas Hoby's Travel Journal as Constructed Memory" Victoria E. Burke, "'Memorial Books': Commonplaces, Gender, and Manuscript Compilation in Seventeenth-Century England" Paul Nelles, "Reading and Memory in the Universal Library: Conrad Gessner and the Renaissance Book" John Hunter, "The Well-Stocked Memory and the Well-Tended Self: Erasmus and the Limits of Humanist Education" Marie-Alice Belle, "Johann Sturm's 'Figurative Drafts': Memory, Imitation, Reminiscence in Nobilitas Literata (1549)" / The Crisis of Memory " Brenda Dunn-Lardeau , "The Mnemonic Architecture of the Palais des nobles Dames (Lyons, 1534)
  • Raymond B. Waddington, "Paradise Lost:Pain, Privacy, and the Ancient Text" Joseph Khoury, "Machiavelli Manufacturing Memory: Terrorizing History, Historicizing Terror" Danièle Letocha, "The Duty of Memory: The Contradictions in Conrad Celtis's Oratio (1492) Christopher Ivic, "Spenser and Interpellative Memory" Grant Williams, "The Transmateriality of Memory in Early Modern Psychophysiological Discourse" Rhodri Lewis, "Hooke's Two Buckets: Memory, Mnemotechnique and Knowledge in the Early Royal Society" Donald Beecher, "Recollection, Cognition, and Culture: An Overview of Renaissance Memory" / Memories are Made of This" Andrew Wallace, "'What's Hecuba to Him?'
Control code
FIEb16188676
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
440 pages
Isbn
9780772720481
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)300582671
Label
Ars reminiscendi : mind and memory in Renaissance culture, edited by Donald Beecher and Grant Williams
Publication
Note
"Includes essays first presented at a conference held Jun. 28, 2006 in Ottawa, Ont"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • Introduction: the
  • crisis of memory / Donald Beecher -- The mnemonic architecture of the Palais des nobles dames (Lyons, 1534): in defence of famous women / Brenda Dunn-Lardeau -- Patterns and functions of the mnemonics image in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries / Andrea Torre -- Mnemonic imagery in the early middle period: visibility and collective memory / Wolfgang Neuber -- A Sephardic art of memory / James Nelson Novoa -- Experience recollected in tranquility: Thomas Hoby's travel journal as constructed memory / Kenneth R. Bartlett -- "Memorial books": commonplaces, gender, and manuscript compilation in seventeenth-century England / Victoria E. Burke -- Reading and memory in the universal library: Conrad Gessner and the Renaissance book / Paul Nelles -- The well-stocked memory and the well-tended self: Erasmus and the limits of humanist education / John Hunter -- Johann Sturm's "figurative drafts": memory, imitation, reminiscence in Nobilitas literata (154) / Marie-Alice Belle -- Paridise lost: memories are made of this / Raymond B. Wassington -- "What's Hecuba to him?": pain, privacy, and the ancient text / Andrew Wallace -- Machiavelli manufacturing memory: terrorizing history, historicizing terror / Joseph Koury -- The duty of memory: the contradictions in Conrad Celtis's Oratio (142) / Danièle Letocha -- Spenseer and interpellative memory / Christopher Ivic -- The transmateriality of memory in early modern psychophysiological discourse / Grant Williams -- Hooke's two buckets: memory, mnemotechnique and knowledge in the early Royal Society / Rhodri Lewis -- Recollection, cognition, and culture: an overview of Renaissance memory / Donald Beecher
  • Donald Beecher , "Introduction:In Defence of Famous Women " Andrea Torre, "Patters and Functions of the Mnemonics Image in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries" Wolfgang Neuber, "Mnemonic Imagery in the Early Modern Period: Visibility and Collective Memory" James Nelson Novoa, "A Sephardic Art of Memory" Kenneth R. Bartlett, "Experience Recollected in Tranquility: Thomas Hoby's Travel Journal as Constructed Memory" Victoria E. Burke, "'Memorial Books': Commonplaces, Gender, and Manuscript Compilation in Seventeenth-Century England" Paul Nelles, "Reading and Memory in the Universal Library: Conrad Gessner and the Renaissance Book" John Hunter, "The Well-Stocked Memory and the Well-Tended Self: Erasmus and the Limits of Humanist Education" Marie-Alice Belle, "Johann Sturm's 'Figurative Drafts': Memory, Imitation, Reminiscence in Nobilitas Literata (1549)" / The Crisis of Memory " Brenda Dunn-Lardeau , "The Mnemonic Architecture of the Palais des nobles Dames (Lyons, 1534)
  • Raymond B. Waddington, "Paradise Lost:Pain, Privacy, and the Ancient Text" Joseph Khoury, "Machiavelli Manufacturing Memory: Terrorizing History, Historicizing Terror" Danièle Letocha, "The Duty of Memory: The Contradictions in Conrad Celtis's Oratio (1492) Christopher Ivic, "Spenser and Interpellative Memory" Grant Williams, "The Transmateriality of Memory in Early Modern Psychophysiological Discourse" Rhodri Lewis, "Hooke's Two Buckets: Memory, Mnemotechnique and Knowledge in the Early Royal Society" Donald Beecher, "Recollection, Cognition, and Culture: An Overview of Renaissance Memory" / Memories are Made of This" Andrew Wallace, "'What's Hecuba to Him?'
Control code
FIEb16188676
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
440 pages
Isbn
9780772720481
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)300582671

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