Christ Among the Medieval Dominicans. Representations of Christ in the Texts and Images of the Order of Preachers
Editors: Kent Emery and Joseph Wawrykow
Contributing author: R, James Long
R. James Long is a contributing author, "The Cosmic Christ: The Christology of Richard Fishacre, OP", pp. 332-343.
Book description: Christ among the Medieval Dominicans adopts a genuinely multidisciplinary approach to its topic, bringing together the research of experts in a wide variety of fields. The essays in this volume, written by an acclaimed group of international scholars and presented at the University of Notre Dame Conference in Medieval Studies, provide many perspectives (theology, philosophy, spirituality, institutional and social history, art history, Latin and vernacular literature, and manuscript studies) on the life and thought of the Order of Preachers. The essays focus on the role of Christ within the devotion and imagination of the Order and in effect expose the “state of the question” in studies of this important medieval institution. As a whole, the volume tests commonplace but often unexamined presuppositions of medieval historiography, especially in the history of spirituality and literary criticism. The essays are accompanied by ample visual evidence from paintings, manuscript illustrations and texts, woodcuts, and engravings, complete with generous indices of manuscripts and names.
R. James Long (1998). "The Cosmic Christ: The Christology of Richard Fishacre, OP ", Christ Among the Medieval Dominicans. Representations of Christ in the Texts and Images of the Order of Preachers, ed. Kent Emery and Joseph Wawrykow (Notre Dame IN: UND Press, 1998), pp. 332-43.
Emery, Kent; Wawrykow, Joseph; and Long, R. James, "Christ Among the Medieval Dominicans. Representations of Christ in the Texts and Images of the Order of Preachers" (1998). Philosophy Faculty Book Gallery. 8.