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  • Church-sect Dynamics and the Feast of Corpus Christi.
    Walters, Barbara R. (2004)
    Sociology of Religion 65:3: 285-301.

    Associated Search Terms: Historical; Europe, medieval; Typology; Feast; Women; Sect
  • Stark's Age of Faith Argument and the Secularization of Things: A Commentary.
    Sommerville, C. John (2002)
    Sociology of Religion 63:3: 361-372.

    Associated Search Terms: Historical; Europe, medieval; Stark, Rodney; Secularization
  • Women Religious Virtuosae from the Middle Ages: A Case Pattern and Analytic Model of Types.
    Walters, Barbara R. (2002)
    Sociology of Religion 63:1: 69-89.

    Reviews the piety of 5 female 13th century virtuosae--Juliana of Mount Cornillon, anonymous authors of the Mosan poems, Hadewijch of Antwerp, Margaret Porette, & Gertrude of Helfta. Weber's types (inner worldly ascetic, etc.) do not apply readily.

    Associated Search Terms: Virtuoso; Catholic; Europe, medieval; Women; Historical; Ideal type
  • Historicizing the Secularization Debate: Church, State, and Society in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe (ca. 1300 to 1700).
    Gorski, Philip S. (2000)
    American Sociological Review 65: 138-167.

    Sees the Reformation as a rationalization & de-secularization process; criticizes the notion of "market," seeing it as a result of macro processes.

    Associated Search Terms: Europe, medieval; Differentiation; Secularization; Historical; Market model; Europe, early modern
  • Religion and Life Conduct: A Weberian Analysis of Asceticism and Lay Religious Movements in the Middle Ages (Max Weber, Ernst Troeltsch).
    Kaelber, Lutz (1996)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, Indiana University [DA 57A, p. 333]

    Associated Search Terms: Troeltsch, Ernst; Catholic, medieval; Asceticism; Europe, medieval; Weber, Max; Historical
  • Weber's Lacuna: Medieval Religion and the Roots of Rationalization.
    Kaelber, Lutz (1996)
    Journal of the History of Ideas 57:3: 465-485.

    Weber never completed his study of medieval Christianity; he had a negative view of any potential for ascetic rationalism in lay religion but respect for the ascetic heroics of medieval monasticism.

    Associated Search Terms: Europe, medieval; Catholic, medieval; Weber, Max; Rationalization; Protestant Ethic
  • The Germanization of Early Medieval Christianity. A Sociohistorical Approach to Religious Transformation.
    Russell, James C. (1994)
    New York: Oxford University Press.

    Uses largely secondary historical sources; Christian religion, based on an anomic urban culture, was not communicated to the West & North Europeans intact.

    Associated Search Terms: Historical; Missions; Catholic, medieval; Europe
  • Monasticism and the "Protestant Ethic": Asceticism, Rationality and Wealth in the Medieval West.
    Silber, Ilana Friedrich (1993)
    British Journal of Sociology 44:1: 103-123.

    Medieval European monasticism does not really resemble the Protestant & capitalist asceticisms, but the reasons are not those given by Max Weber.

    Associated Search Terms: Monasticism; Protestant Ethic; Capitalism; Catholic, medieval; Historical; Europe
  • The Mysticism and Asceticism of Medieval Women: Some Comments on the Typologies of Max Weber and Ernst Troeltsch.
    Bynum, Caroline W. (1991)
    In Caroline W. Bynum, Fragmentation and redemption: Essays on Gender and the Human body in Medieval Religion. New York: Zone Books, pp. 53-78.

    Associated Search Terms: Weber, Max; Women; Typology; Mysticism; Asceticism; Troeltsch, Ernst; Europe, medieval
  • Sociological Implications of the Great Western Schism.
    Blasi, Anthony J. (1989)
    Social Compass 36:3: 311-325.

    14th-15th century Europe.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic; Historical; Schism; Papacy; Europe, medieval
  • Der okzidentale Feudalismus in Max Webers Gesellschaftsgeschichte.
    Breuer, Stefan (1988)
    In Wolfgang Schluchter (ed.) Max Webers Sicht des Okzidentalen Christentums: Interpretation und Kritik. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, pp. 432-475.

    Associated Search Terms: Europe, medieval; Weber, Max
  • Rationalization in Medieval Europe: The Inquisition and Sociological Change.
    Nielsen, Donald A. (1988)
    International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society 2: 217-241.

    Associated Search Terms: Rationalization; Catholic, medieval; Europe; Change
  • Schriftgebrauch und Rationalität im Mittelalter.
    Stock, Brian (1988)
    In Wolfgang Schluchter (ed.) Max Webers Sicht des Okzidentalen Christentums: Interpretation und Kritik. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, pp. 165-183.

    Associated Search Terms: Weber, Max; Rationality; Europe, medieval
  • Reformmönchtum und der Aufsteig Clunys: Webers Bedeutung für die Forschung heute.
    Rosenwein, Barbara (1988)
    In Wolfgang schluchter (ed.) Max Webers Sicht des Okzidentalen Christentums: Interpretation und Kritik. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, pp. 276-311.

    Associated Search Terms: Historical; Weber, Max; Trappist; Monasticism; Catholic, Europe; Europe, medieval
  • Mystik und Askese im Leben mittelaltericher Frauen: Einige Bemerkungen zu den Typologien von Max Weber und Ernst Troeltsch.
    Bynum, Caroline W. (1988)
    In Wolfgang Schluchter (ed.) Max Webers Sicht des Okzidentalen Christentums: Interpretation und Kritik. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, pp. 355-382.

    Associated Search Terms: Weber, Max; Troeltsch, Ernst; Mysticism; Europe, medieval; Asceticism; Typology; Women
  • Pauperism and Illth: An Archaeology of Social Policy.
    Walter, Eugene Victor (1973)
    Sociological Analysis 34:4: 239-254.

    Notes that poverty is not a mere lack of goods, but also a social distance from non-poor society; recounts the 14th century controversy over religious poverty in a proto-industrial context.

    Associated Search Terms: Mendicant movement; Historical; Catholic, medieval; Europe; Social distance
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