Category Archives: Dissertations

Doctoral and Master’s theses of interest to AVISTA on medieval technology, science, and art.

Nov. 2011 Dissertations

1. Traces of otherness in St. Thomas Aquinas’ theology of grace 2. To love and be loved: Petrarchan friendship in the “Canzoniere” and the “Triumphs” 3. Inseparable companion: The consolation of Heloise 4. Fairies, Kingship, and the British Past in Walter Map’s “De Nugis Curialium” and “Sir Orfeo” 5. Power and Political Communication. Feasting and Continue Reading

Oct. 2011 Dissertations

Click the title of any Dissertation below to go directly to ProQuest or for more information or ordering any of these theses, contact your university’s InterLibrary Loan department. Table of contents Mary wills it? The cult of the Virgin Mary and the crusading movement during the High Middle Ages How Rituals Form and Transform: The Scrutiny Continue Reading