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1. Atterving, Emmy. “She said she was called Theodore” : -        A modality analysis of five transcendental saints in the 1260’s Legenda Aurea and 1430’s Gilte Legende.

Degree: History, 2017, Stockholm University

This thesis explores modalities in two hagiographical collections from the late Middle Ages; the Legenda Aurea and the Gilte Legende by drawing inspiration from post-colonial hybridity theories.. It conducts a close textual analysis by studying the use of pronouns in five saints’ legends where female saints transcend traditional gender identities and become men, and focuses on how they transcend, live as men, and die. The study concludes that the use of pronouns is fluid in the Latin Legenda Aurea, while the Middle English Gilte Legende has more female pronouns and additions to the texts where the female identity of the saints is emphasised. This is interpreted as a sign of the feminisation of religious language in Europe during the late Middle Ages, and viewed parallel with the increase of holy women at that time. By doing this, it underlines the importance of new words and concepts when describing and understanding medieval views on gender. 

Subjects/Keywords: saint; saints; transvestites; transvestism; transvestite; saint marina; marina; marinus; saint eugenia; eugenia; eugene; saint theodora; theodora; theodore; saint margaret; margaret pelagius; margaret; margaret pelagia; pelagius; pelagia; saint pelagia; jacopo de fazio; jacobus de voragine; jacopo da varazze; compiler; dominican; Golden legend; legenda aurea; legenda sanctorum; gilte legende; confessor; martyr; virgin; hagiographies; hagiography; biography; England; Middle English sweden; monastery; monk; abbot; social experimentation; space; feminisation of language; jesus as mother; saint bridget of sweden; saint mary; holy virgin; saint catherine of siena; le roman de silences; silence; caroline walker bynum; sanctity; transcendence; homi bhabha; post-colonial; postcolonial; loomba; hybridity; hybridity theory; gender; gender fluidity; crossdressing; cross-dressing; transgender; laqueur; linguistics; modality; nuyts; medieval; late medieval; late middle ages; middle ages; late medieval period; History and Archaeology; Historia och arkeologi

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APA (6th Edition):

Atterving, E. (2017). “She said she was called Theodore” : -        A modality analysis of five transcendental saints in the 1260’s Legenda Aurea and 1430’s Gilte Legende. (Thesis). Stockholm University. Retrieved from http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:su:diva-144052

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Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition):

Atterving, Emmy. ““She said she was called Theodore” : -        A modality analysis of five transcendental saints in the 1260’s Legenda Aurea and 1430’s Gilte Legende.” 2017. Thesis, Stockholm University. Accessed October 16, 2019. http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:su:diva-144052.

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MLA Handbook (7th Edition):

Atterving, Emmy. ““She said she was called Theodore” : -        A modality analysis of five transcendental saints in the 1260’s Legenda Aurea and 1430’s Gilte Legende.” 2017. Web. 16 Oct 2019.

Vancouver:

Atterving E. “She said she was called Theodore” : -        A modality analysis of five transcendental saints in the 1260’s Legenda Aurea and 1430’s Gilte Legende. [Internet] [Thesis]. Stockholm University; 2017. [cited 2019 Oct 16]. Available from: http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:su:diva-144052.

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Council of Science Editors:

Atterving E. “She said she was called Theodore” : -        A modality analysis of five transcendental saints in the 1260’s Legenda Aurea and 1430’s Gilte Legende. [Thesis]. Stockholm University; 2017. Available from: http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:su:diva-144052

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Not specified: Masters Thesis or Doctoral Dissertation

2. Vianello, Rita. Le savoir des mytiliculteurs de la lagune de Venise et du littoral breton : étude d'anthropologie comparative : I saperi dei mitilicoltori della laguna di Venezia e del litorale bretone : studio di antropologia comparativa.

Degree: Docteur es, Ethnologie, 2013, Brest; Università Ca' Foscari (Venise, Italie)

D’un point de vue géographique, la lagune de Venise n’a que peu en commun avec les baies principales de la Bretagne septentrionale, si ce n’est son ouverture sur la mer. Les deux réalités étudiées ont pourtant en commun leur soumission à l’action des marées qui a poussé les populations littorales à développer des savoirs et des techniques de pêche traditionnelles d’une très grande richesse et qu’ils ont su faire évoluer au cours du temps pour mieux les adapter aux caractéristiques du milieu.Les différentes formes de récolte et de pêche, l’élevage des moules en particulier, ont entraîné une domestication et une anthropisation de ces zones. En Bretagne, tout comme à Venise, la valorisation de la moule en tant que ressource alimentaire et économique est assez tardive.Que ce soit dans les sources bibliographiques ou durant l’enquête réalisée sur le terrain, notre recherche nous a permis de repérer des allusions fréquentes à la toxicité présumée de ce mollusque, à Venise appelé « peòcio » c’est-à-dire « pou » et considéré non comestible. Quels mécanismes ont métamorphosé la moule en un aliment aujourd’hui apprécié et recherché ? Et comment des zones, autrefois très pauvres se sont transformées, en des lieux renommés pour la production de moules ? C’est pour répondre à ces questions que nous avons entrepris la reconstruction de l’histoire de la mytiliculture.

From a geographic perspective, the Venice Lagoon has almost nothing in common with the main northern bays of “Bretagne”; simply, both open on the sea. Therefore, the two studied realities have to share their submission to the action of tides that have pushed the coastal communities to develop fishing knowledge and techniques. They were able to evolve over time to better suit the characteristics of the environment. The different forms of harvesting and fishing, mussel farming in particular, led to domestication and human impacts in these areas. In “Bretagne”, as in Venice, is rather late the development of mussels as food and as economic resource.Whether in the literature sources or during the survey in the field, our research has led us to identify frequent allusions to the alleged toxicity of this mollusk in Venice called “peòcio” that mean “cootie” and considered inedible. What mechanisms have metamorphosed mussels into a regarded and sought food today? And how formerly very poor areas are transformed into places renowned for the production of mussels? It is to answer these questions that we undertook the reconstruction of the history of the mussel.

Da un punto di vista geografico la laguna di Venezia ha poco in comune con la Bretagna settentrionale se non il suo sbocco sul mare. Di conseguenza le due realtà condividono la dipendenza dall’azione delle maree, le quali hanno spinto le popolazioni litoranee a sviluppare dei saperi e delle particolari tecniche di pesca adattate alle caratteristiche dell’ambiente.Nel corso della nostra ricerca abbiamo incontrato delle frequenti allusioni alla presunta tossicità del mitilo, a Venezia chiamato “peòcio”, cioè…

Advisors/Committee Members: Dalla Bernardina, Sergio (thesis director), Sanga, Glauco (thesis director).

Subjects/Keywords: Mytiliculture; Lagune de Venise; Bouchots; Moule; Élevage des mollusques; Anthropologie de la mer; Classification populaire; Pellestrina; Chioggia; Baie de Saint-Brieuc; Baie du Mont Saint-Michel; Origines de la mytiliculture; Histoire de la mytiliculture; Mussels; Mussel-culture; Lagoon of Venice; Pellestrina; Chioggia; Bouchots; Folk classification; Maritime anthropology; Bay of Saint Brieuc; Bay of Mont Saint Michel; History of the mussel-culture; Techniques of mussel-culture; Origin of mussel-culture; Mitilicoltura; Laguna di Venezia; Bouchots; Mitili; Allevamento dei molluschi; Antropologia marina; Classificazioni popolari; Pellestrina; Chioggia; Baia di Saint-Brieuc; Baia di Mont Saint-Michel; Origini della mitilicoltura; Storia della mitilicoltura; 390.463 942

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APA (6th Edition):

Vianello, R. (2013). Le savoir des mytiliculteurs de la lagune de Venise et du littoral breton : étude d'anthropologie comparative : I saperi dei mitilicoltori della laguna di Venezia e del litorale bretone : studio di antropologia comparativa. (Doctoral Dissertation). Brest; Università Ca' Foscari (Venise, Italie). Retrieved from http://www.theses.fr/2013BRES0025

Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition):

Vianello, Rita. “Le savoir des mytiliculteurs de la lagune de Venise et du littoral breton : étude d'anthropologie comparative : I saperi dei mitilicoltori della laguna di Venezia e del litorale bretone : studio di antropologia comparativa.” 2013. Doctoral Dissertation, Brest; Università Ca' Foscari (Venise, Italie). Accessed October 16, 2019. http://www.theses.fr/2013BRES0025.

MLA Handbook (7th Edition):

Vianello, Rita. “Le savoir des mytiliculteurs de la lagune de Venise et du littoral breton : étude d'anthropologie comparative : I saperi dei mitilicoltori della laguna di Venezia e del litorale bretone : studio di antropologia comparativa.” 2013. Web. 16 Oct 2019.

Vancouver:

Vianello R. Le savoir des mytiliculteurs de la lagune de Venise et du littoral breton : étude d'anthropologie comparative : I saperi dei mitilicoltori della laguna di Venezia e del litorale bretone : studio di antropologia comparativa. [Internet] [Doctoral dissertation]. Brest; Università Ca' Foscari (Venise, Italie); 2013. [cited 2019 Oct 16]. Available from: http://www.theses.fr/2013BRES0025.

Council of Science Editors:

Vianello R. Le savoir des mytiliculteurs de la lagune de Venise et du littoral breton : étude d'anthropologie comparative : I saperi dei mitilicoltori della laguna di Venezia e del litorale bretone : studio di antropologia comparativa. [Doctoral Dissertation]. Brest; Università Ca' Foscari (Venise, Italie); 2013. Available from: http://www.theses.fr/2013BRES0025

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