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- Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
- Seitenzahl: 526
- Erscheinungstermin: 08.05.2008
- ISBN-13: 9780470766392
- Artikelnr.: 38207153
Preface: Ken Parry (Macquarie University, Australia).
1. Arab Christianity: David Thomas (University ofBirmingham).
2. Armenian Christianity: Vrej Nerses Nersessian (BritishLibrary, London).
3. Bulgarian Christianity: Ivan Zhelev Dimitrov (University ofSofia, Bulgaria).
4. Byzantine Christianity: Hannah Hunt (Trinity and All SaintsUniversity College, Leeds).
5. Coptic Christianity: Janet A. Timbie (Catholic University ofAmerica, Washington, DC).
6. Ethiopian Christianity: David Appleyard (School of Orientaland African Studies, University of London).
7. Georgian Christianity: Stephen H. Rapp, Jr. (Georgia StateUniversity).
8. Greek Christianity after 1453: Vrasidas Karalis (Universityof Sydney).
9. Romanian Christianity: Mircea Pacurariu (Sibiu, Romania).
10. Russian Christianity: Basil Lourié (Rector of Parish ofHoly Martyr Elizabeth, St Petersburg).
11. Serbian Christianity: Radmila Radic (Institute ofContemporary History of Serbia, Belgrade).
12. Syriac Christianity: Heleen Murre-van den Berg (LeidenUniversity).
13. Eastern Christianity in the United States: Thomas FitzGerald(Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, Brookline, MA).
14. Eastern Christianity in China: Jeremias Norman (Universityof Washington, Seattle).
15. Eastern Catholic Christianity: Peter Galadza (Saint PaulUniversity, Ottawa).
16. Eastern Christian Liturgical Traditions: Eastern Orthodox:Graham Woolfenden (St Sofia Orthodox Seminary, NJ).
17. Eastern Christian Liturgical Traditions: Oriental Orthodox:Bryan D. Spinks (Yale Institute of Sacred Music and Yale DivinitySchool).
18. Eastern Christian Iconographic and Architectural Traditions:Eastern Orthodox: Alexander Grishin (Australian NationalUniversity, Canberra).
19. Eastern Christian Iconographic and Architectural Traditions:Oriental Orthodox: Lucy-Anne Hunt (Manchester MetropolitanUniversity).
20. Eastern Christian Hagiographical Traditions: EasternOrthodox: Dimitri Brady (City of Manchester).
21. Eastern Christian Hagiographical Traditions: OrientalOrthodox: Syriac Hagiography: Eva Synek (University of Vienna).
22. Eastern Christian Hagiographical Traditions: OrientalOrthodox: Coptic Hagiography: Youhanna Nessim Youssef (AustralianCatholic University).
23. Eastern Christian Hagiographical Traditions: OrientalOrthodox: Armenian Hagiography: Verj Nerses Nersessian (BritishLibrary, London).
24. Sociology and Eastern Orthodoxy: Peter McMylor and MariaVorozhishcheva (University of Manchester).
"A masterful description of the major living traditions ofEastern Christianity. Its 24 chapters, each written by anaccomplished scholar in the field, address the dominant ethnic andcultural categories of Eastern Christianity (Arab, Byzantine, etc.)along with their most characteristic features (liturgy,iconography, and hagiography). Each offers a concise,well-organized, and highly readable overview of the tradition inquestion, along with a representative bibliography ... Highlyrecommended. Academic libraries and theological collections;upper-level undergraduates through faculty/researchers."(CHOICE)
"A distinctive addition to the companion series and to itschosen sphere of knowledge." (Reference Reviews)
"Christian emigration, not least from the Middle East,means that there are growing communities of Eastern Christians inthe West ... Eastern Christians are now companions to Western;and the latter will learn much about the former from this BlackwellCompanion." (Church Times)
"A worthwhile collection, and one that should prove useful."(Eccliastical History)"The Blackwell Companion to Eastern Christianity is quiteunlike anything else available. It provides a scholarly andauthoritative introduction to Eastern Christianity in its myriadvariety, covering all the different geographical regions from theBalkans to China and reaching across to the States, and includingall jurisdictions. It gives succinct accounts of their history anddoctrine, with separate sections on liturgy, iconography andhagiography. Brilliant!"
-Andrew Louth, University of Durham
"This latest addition to the Blackwell Companion seriesconstitutes the most comprehensive, authoritative and elegantaccount of the Eastern Churches ever published. Its twenty-fourchapters, each the work of a specialist, combine full accounts ofthe history and life of each church with a series of outstandingsurveys of their liturgical, iconographical and hagiographicaltraditions. The surveys of Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodoxliturgies are a formidable achievement and will be invaluable tostudents of liturgy Eastern and Western. This work is a definitivesynthesis which will stimulate interest in the Eastern Churches ata time when many of them are under threat because of politicalupheavals. It will also provide a starting point for the furtherstudy of their fascinating traditions. Scholarship will long be inthe debt of Ken Parry, the editor and organizing mind behind thiswonderful collection."
-John Healey, University of Manchester
"A fitting companion volume to Parry's The BlackwellDictionary of Eastern Christianity, this large enterprise willbecome an indispensable reference work for the study of EasternChristianities from Egypt to China to USA. Particularly welcome isits emphasis on varying liturgical, iconographical, architectural,and hagiographical traditions."
-Pauline Allen, Australian Catholic University,Brisbane
"A masterful description of the major living traditions of Eastern Christianity. Its 24 chapters, each written by an accomplished scholar in the field, address the dominant ethnic and cultural categories of Eastern Christianity (Arab, Byzantine, etc.) along with their most characteristic features (liturgy, iconography, and hagiography). Each offers a concise, well-organized, and highly readable overview of the tradition in question, along with a representative bibliography ... Highly recommended." -- CHOICE
"Christian emigration, not least from the Middle East, means that there are growing communities of Eastern Christians in the West ... Eastern Christians are now companions to Western; and the latter will learn much about the former from this Blackwell Companion." -- Church Times
"A distinctive addition to the companion series and to its chosen sphere of knowledge." -- Reference Reviews
"A worthwhile collection, and one that should prove useful." -- Ecclesiastical History