History

Authority, Dogma and History: The Role of the Oxford Movement Converts in the Papal Infallibility Debates

Author: 

Parker, Kenneth and Pahls, Michael J., Editors

Credentials: 

Ph.Ds; D/Theological History, St Louis University

As the force that gave birth to Anglo-Catholicism, the Oxford Movement is generally treated as an Anglican phenomenon. Yet the influence of members who converted to Roman Catholicism proved decisive for the years leading up to the First Vatican Council and the definition of papal infallibility in Pastor Aeternus (1870).

Market: 
Theological History 19thc,Papal History, Anglicanism,19thC, British History19th century,Catholic Theology
Release Date: 
03/2009
ISBN: 
Cloth: 978-1-933146-44-3 / 1933146-44-3
Price: 
$79.95
Trim Size: 
6 x 9
Pages: 
256
Illustrations: 
None
Yes
Publisher: 

ACADEMICA PRESS
1727 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 507
Washington, DC 20036

Wagner and the French Muse: Music, Society, and Nation in Modern France

Author: 

du Quenoy, Paul, Ph.D.

Credentials: 

Paul du Quenoy, Ph.D, Georgetown University; AUB

This research monograph studies and reinterprets the works and ideas of Richard Wagner that have had such a profound influence on the artistic and intellectual life of France. His Romanticism influenced the French symbolists so greatly that they named their major journal La Revue Wagnerians. His musical themes, dramatic structures and philosophical tropes recurred in the works of almost every major French composer before World war One. Massenet was so devoted that he earned the sobriquet "Madamoiselle Wagner".

Market: 
Music history 19th-20th c, French history and culture: Modernism 19th -20th c,Wagner
Release Date: 
4/2006
ISBN: 
Cloth: 9781930901803 / 1-930901-80-1
Price: 
$79.95
Trim Size: 
6x9
Pages: 
264
Illustrations: 
Yes
Yes
Publisher: 

ACADEMICA PRESS
1727 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 507
Washington, DC 20036

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