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 New,Mapping Medieval Identities in Occitanian Crusade Song

  • Author: Golden, Rachel May

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Contents

  • List of Figures
  • List of Musical Examples
  • List of Tables
  • Introduction: And so I cannot prophesy
  • Chapter 1: Identity, Space, And Song in Crusading Occitania
  • Construing Local & Global Contexts
  • Space & Place
  • Crusade Songs in Scholarship
  • Motz e So
  • The South and Its Songs
  • Song Genres, Themes & Contexts
  • Sounding Objects in the Distance
  • Chapter 2: Occitania, Court, and Cloister
  • France, Spain & Kingdom
  • St. Martial, Monastery & Movement
  • Versus, Expression, and Resistance
  • Beyond Cloister, Beyond Court
  • An Occitanian Homeland
  • Conclusion
  • Chapter 3: Place, Frankishness, and Regionality
  • Pope Urban's Message
  • Crusade Chronicles
  • Recruitment & Regional Implications
  • Local Heroism in Chant et deport
  • Urban's Synthesis: Love, War, and Vow
  • Indulgence and Penance
  • Embodiment, Violence, and Affirmations of the Tongue
  • God's Wonders, Visions, and the Holy Lance
  • Selfhood, Identity, and Frankishness
  • Chapter 4: Situating the Holy Land: Juxtapositions and Circular Paths
  • Circular Paths
  • Pilgrimage and Devotions
  • Self & Enemy
  • The Allure of Distant Lands
  • Motion, Cross, and Territory in Ara pot hom connoisseur
  • Real & Imagined Journeys
  • Chapter 5: Near and Distant Lands in First Crusade Songs
  • Desiring Distant Lands: Ierusalem mirabilis
  • Pointing Toward Jerusalem
  • Distance, Wonder, and Variation
  • Nomen a solemnibus: Reclaiming Jerusalem
  • Jerusalem, Near & Far
  • Chapter 6: Locality, Distance, and Troubadour Song in the Second Crusade
  • The Second Crusade & Reconquista
  • Marcabru's Moralizing and Invective
  • Marcabru Makes War
  • Jaufre's Distant Desire
  • Singing Across the Sea
  • Chapter 7: Conclusions: Singing Crusade Journeys
  • Re-Creation, Recycling, and Contrafacture
  • Sounding Journeys and Songs in Motion
  • Appendix
  • Bibliography
  • Index
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