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Material Moments in Book Cultures

Essays in Honour of Gabriele Müller-Oberhäuser

Edited By Simon Rosenberg and Sandra Simon

This Festschrift honours the dedicated book historian and medievalist Gabriele Müller-Oberhäuser. Her wide-ranging scholarly expertise has encouraged and influenced many adepts of the book. The essays in this volume reflect the variety of her interests: The contributions range from Chaucer’s Fürstenspiegel to the value of books in comedy, from the material book to the magical book in religious and literary cultures, from collaborative efforts in manuscript production to the relations of distributors of books across national and ideological boundaries, from the relations between the makers of books to the relation of readers to their books. Covering a period from the Middle Ages to the present, the volume concludes with a look at the future of book history as a field of study.
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List of Publications by Gabriele Müller-Oberhäuser

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Birgit Hötker-Bolte, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster

Books

Dialogsteuerung und Handlungsmotivierung in Chaucers Troilus and Criseyde. Diss. University of Cologne, 1983; Frankfurt am Main, 1986.

“Buch und Lesen in der englischen Mystik des Spätmittelalters: Studien zum Wertverständnis und zum Wandel der Kommunikationsformen in einer teil-literalen Gesellschaft.” Habilitationsschrift University of Münster, 1990.

Book Gifts and Cultural Networks from the Fourteenth to the Sixteenth Century: Proceedings of the International Colloquium Münster, 8–10 February 2010. Ed. Gabriele Müller-Oberhäuser. Münster, forthcoming.

Articles

“Teilprojekt M: Schriftlichkeit und Verhaltensnormierung: Anstands- und Ratgeberbücher im englischen Spätmittelalter.” Sonderforschungsbereich 231: Träger, Felder, Formen pragmatischer Schriftlichkeit im Mittelalter, 1986–1994. Ed. Christel Meier-Staubach (Münster, 1994), 153–157.

“‘Cynna gemyndig’: Sitte und Etikette in der altenglischen Literatur.” Frühmittelalterliche Studien, 30 (1996), 19–59.

“Buchmarkt und Laienlektüre im englischen Frühdruck: William Caxton und die Tradierung der mittelenglischen Courtesy Books.” Laienlektüre und Buchmarkt im späten Mittelalter. Eds Thomas Kock and Rita Schlusemann (Frankfurt am Main, 1997), 61–108.

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