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Learning Institutionalized: Teaching in the Medieval University (edition 2000)

by John H. Van Engen (Editor)

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A series of twelve papers which were first delivered at a conference held in 1992 to mark the 150th anniversary of the founding of the University of Notre Dame. Universities were a creation of 12th-century Europe and market the beginning of institutionalised education. The essays examine the nature of learning itself and how learning benefited from the university system. Other papers question the purpose of medieval University learning and its value in producing clerics and lawyers.… (more)
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Title:Learning Institutionalized: Teaching in the Medieval University
Authors:John H. Van Engen (Editor)
Info:Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, c2000.
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Tags:universities, scholasticism, medieval, 13th century

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Learning Institutionalized: Teaching in the Medieval University (Notre Dame Conferences in Medieval Studies) by John H. Van Engen

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A series of twelve papers which were first delivered at a conference held in 1992 to mark the 150th anniversary of the founding of the University of Notre Dame. Universities were a creation of 12th-century Europe and market the beginning of institutionalised education. The essays examine the nature of learning itself and how learning benefited from the university system. Other papers question the purpose of medieval University learning and its value in producing clerics and lawyers.

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