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I second that emotion: modelling the anxious experiences of thirteenth-century Episcopal office

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The episcopacy in the High Middle Ages (c.1100–1300) can be understood through the idea of a shared emotional language, as seen in two treatises written to advise new bishops. In them, episcopal office was largely defined by the emotions it provoked: it was a cause for sorrow, a burden akin to back-breaking agricultural service. The ideas most associated with episcopal office were anxiety, labour and endurance. Ideas about Christian service as painful labour became particularly important in t...

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10.1163/2208522X-02010037

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
HUMS
Department:
History Faculty
Oxford college:
Somerville College
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Author
Publisher:
Brill
Journal:
Emotions: History, Culture, Society More from this journal
Volume:
3
Issue:
1
Pages:
1-23
Publication date:
2019-06-06
Acceptance date:
2019-01-01
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2208-522X
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English
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pubs:995366
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uuid:0ca51802-9fd7-4da2-b4af-7a1c2cdbad0f
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pubs:995366
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995366
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2019-05-02

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