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Bibliografie Doctorat

A. Religie „populară”. Superstiţii.

1. Ankarloo Bengt, Clark Stuart, Monter, William, Witchcraft and Magic in Europe: The
Period of Witch Trials, The Antlone Press, Londra, 2002.
2. Bailey Michael D., Fearful Spirits, Reasoned Follies. The Boundaries of Superstition
in Late Medieval Europe, Cornell University Press, Londra, 2013.
3. Barry Jonathan, Davies Owen (ed.), Palgrave Advances in Witchcraft Historiography,
Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.
4. Barry Jonathan (Ed.), Witchcraft in Early Modern Europe, Cambridge University Press,
1996.
5. Brătescu V. Gheroghe, Vrăjitoria de-a lungul timpului, Ed.Politică, Bucureṣti, 1985.
6. Bever Eduard, The Realities of Witchcraft and Popular Magic in Early Modern Europe.
Culture, Cognition, and Everyday Life, Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.
7. Blaga Lucian, Despre gândirea magică, București, Garamond, 1992.
8. Broedel Hans Peter, The <<Malleus Maleficarum>> and the Construction of
Witchcraft: Theology and Popular Belief, Manchester, 2003.
9. Brooke B. Rosalind, Brooke Christopher, Popular Religion in the Middle Ages:
Western Europe, 1000-1300, Thames and Hudson, 1984.
10. Burke Peter, Popular Culture in Early Modern Europe. New York: Harper, 1978.
11. Cameron Euan, Enchanted Europe. Superstition, reason and religion 1250-1750,
Oxford University Press, 2010.
12. Clark Stuart. Thinking with Demons: The Idea of Witchcraft in Early Modern Europe.
Oxford University Press, 1997.
13. Collins David J. (ed.), Cambridge History of Magic, Georgetown University,
Washington D.C., 2015.
14. Durkheim Emile, Formele elementare ale vieţii religioase, Ed. Polirom, Iaşi, 1995.
15. Eliade Mircea, Ocultism, vrăjitorie și mode culturale. Eseuri de religie comparată,
București, Humanitas, 1997.
16. Eppel Marius(ed.), Justiţie şi superstiţie. Procese de vrăjitorie din Europa (sec. XVII-
XVIII)., Ed. Mega, Cluj-Napoca, 2017.
17. Eppel Marius (coord.), Magie şi familie ȋn Europa ȋn epocile modernă şi contemporană,
Ed. Mega, Cluj-Napoca, 2016.
18. Göllner Carl, Hexenprozesse in Siebenbürgen, Cluj, Dacia, 1971.
19. Gow Colin Andrew (ed.), Witchcraft, Gender and Society in Early Modern Germany,
in Studies in Medieval and Reformation Traditions, vol.124., Brill, 2007.
20. Gurevich I. Aron, Medieval Popular Culture: problems of belief and perception,
Cambridge University Press, 1988.
21. Kieckhefer Richard, Magic in the Middle Ages, Cambridge University Press, 2014.
22. Kieckhefer, Richard, European Witch-Trials, Their Foundations in Popular and
Learned Culture, 1300-1500, New York, Routledge, 2011.
23. Klaniczay Gábor, Pócs Éva (ed.), Witchcraft and Demonology in Hungary and
Transylvania, Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.
24. Klaniczay Gábor, Pócs Éva, Csonka-Takács Eszter, Communicating with the Spirits.
Demons, Spirits, Witches, Vol.I, Budapesta, CEU Press, 2005.
25. Klaniczay Gábor, Pócs Éva, Csonka-Takács Eszter, Christian Demonology and
Popular Mythology. Demons, Spirits, Witches,Vol. II, Budapesta, CEU Press, 2006.
26. Klaniczay Gábor, Pócs Éva, Csonka-Takács Eszter, Witchcraft Mythologies and
Persecutions. Demons, Spirits, Witches, Vol. III, Budapesta, CEU Press, 2008.
27. Klaniczay Gábor, The Uses of Supernatural Power. The Transformations of Popular
Religion in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, Princenton University Press, 1990.
28. Le Goff Jaqcues, Schmitt Jean-Claude, Dicţionar tematic al Evului Mediu Occidental,
Ed. Polirom, 2002.
29. Lévi-Strauss Claude, Gândirea sălbatică, Iași, Polirom, 2011.
30. Mauss Marcel, Teoria generală a magiei, Iași, Polirom, 1996.
31. Muchembled Robert, Magia şi vrăjitoria din Evul Mediu până astăzi, Ed. Humanitas,
Bucureşti, 1997.
32. Naphy G. William, Parish Helen, Religion and Superstition in Reformation Europe,
Manchester University Press, 2002.
33. Olteanu Antoaneta, Şcoala de solomonie. Divinaţie şi vrăjitorie ȋn context comparat.,
Bucureşti, 1999.
34. Paiva José (ed.), Religious Ceremonials and Images: Power and Social Meaning (1400-
1750), Lisbon: Palimage Press, 2002.
35. Pop-Curșeu Ioan, Magie și vrăjitorie în cultura română. Istorie, litaratură, mentalități,
Iași, Polirom, 2013.
36. Parish Helen (ed.), Superstion and Magic in Early Modern Europe, Bloomsbury
Academic, 2015.
37. Pócs Éva, Between the Living and the Dead. A Perspective on Witches and Seers in the
Early Modern Age, Budapest, Central University Press, 1999.
38. Roper Lyndal, Oedipus and the Devil. Witchcraft, sexuality and religion in Early
Modern Europe, Routledge, 2005.
39. Scribner Bob, Johnson Trevor (ed.), Popular Religion in Germany and Central Europe,
1400-1800, Macmillan, 1996.
40. Stephens Walter, Demon Lovers: Witchcraft, Sex, and the Crisis of Belief, Chicago,
2002.
41. Vauchez Andre, Spiritualitatea Evului Mediu Occidental (secolele VIII-XII), Ed.
Meridiane, 1994.
42. Wilson Stephen. The Magical Universe: Everyday Ritual and Magic in Pre-modern
Europe. London: Hambledon and London, 2000.

B. Articole de specialitate:

1. Geertz Hildred, „An Antropology of Religion and Magic”, The Journal of


Interdisciplinary History, Vol. 6, Nr. 1, 1975, pp. 71-89.
2. Geary Patrick, „Peasant Religion in Medieval Europe”, Cahiers d’ Extrême-Asie,
Vol. 12, 2001, pp.185-209.
3. Klaniczay Gábor, „A Cultural History of Witchcraft”, în Magic, Ritual and
Witchcraft (Winter 2010), pp. 188-212.
4. Idem, „Witch-hunting in Hungary: Social or cultural tensions?”, in Witch Beliefs
and Witch-hunting in Central and Eastern Europe (Conference in Budapest, Sept
6-9, 1988).
5. Knoblauch Hubert, „Spirituality and Popular Religion in Europe”, Social Compass,
Vol. 55(2), 2008, pp.140-153.
6. Schmitt Jean-Claude, „Les traditions folkloriques dans la culture médiévale.
Quelques refléxions de méthode”, în Archives de sciences sociales des réligions, 52
(1981).
7. Scribner W. Robert, „The Reformation, Popular Magic and the
<<Disenchantment>> of the World”, The Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Vol.
23, No.3. 1993, pp.475-494.
8. Solcan Șarolta, „Vrăjitori și angoasă în societatea medievală românească” II, în
Cultura, 2005.
9. Thomas Keith, „An Anthropology of Religion and Magic II”, în The Journal of
Interdisciplinary History , Vol. VI, 1975.
10. Walsham Alexandra, „The Reformation and <<The Disenchantment of the
World>> Reassessed”, The Historical Journal, Vol. 51, No.2, 2008, pp. 497-528.
11. Watkins Carl S., “<<Folklore>> and <<popular religion>> in Britain during the
middle ages”, Folklore, 115:2, 2004, pp. 140-150.

II. Bibliografie referitoare la Manuscrisul D45 sau la contextul acestuia.

1. Balázs J. Nemes, “Das 'Heltauer Marienlied' in Handschriften außerhalb von


Siebenbürgen., Untersuchungen zur Überlieferung und Edition”, ȋn von Rudolf
Bentzinger, Ulrich-Dieter Oppitz und Jürgen Wolf, Grundlagen. Forschungen,
Editionen und Materialien zur deutschen Literatur und Sprache des Mittelalters und
der Frühen Neuzeit, Stuttgart 2013, pp.. 329-347.
2. Balázs J. Nemes, Adinel Dincă, Cora Dietl, „Heltau (Cisnădie, Nagydisznód, Villa
Ruetel)”, în Cora Dietl, Anna-Lena Liebermann (ed.), Lexikon der Regionalen
Literaturgeschichte des Mittelalters. Ungarn und Rumänien, Berlin, Boston, De
Gruyter, 2015, pp. 182-185.
3. Brânzei Monica (ed.), Nicholas de Dinkelsbühl and the Sentences at Vienna in the Early
Fifteenth Century., Brepols, 2015.
4. Dietl Cora, Liebermann Anna-Lena (coord.), Lexikon der Regionalen
Literaturgeschichte des Mittelalters. Ungarn und Rumänien, Berlin, Boston, De
Gruyter, 2015.
5. Dincă Adinel, “Medieval Literacy in Transilvania. Selective Evidence from Parish
Churches”, Transylvanian Review, XXIV No.1.
6. Dincă Adinel, „Schriftkultur im südsiebenbürgischen Raum um 1500/ Cultura scrisului
în Transilvania de sud în jurul lui 1500”, în Mittelalterliche Schriftung im Dialog mit
dem Gegenwart. Cultura scrisului – Izvoare medievale în dialog cu generația de azi,
Sibiu, 2013.
7. Eitel K., Zum Wörterbuch aus Heltau, K 37, 1914, pp. 135-136.
8. Fabini Hermann, The Church Fortress of the Transyvanian Saxons., Ed. Monumenta,
Sibiu, 2015.
9. Fabini, Hermann, Die Kirchenburg in Heltau, Sibiu, Monumenta, 1997.
10. Fabini Th., Teutsch Fr., Die Studierenden aus Ungarn und Siebenbürgen auf der
Universität Leipzig von der Gründung derselben 1409 bis 1872, A 10, 1872, pp. 386-
416.
11. Firea Ciprian, “Biserica Sf. Maria din Sibiu: liturghie medievală şi arhitectură gotică
(cca. 1350- 1550)”, în Ars Transsilvaniae, XVIII/2008.
12. Fischer-Dárdai Ágnes, Lengvári István, Schmelczer-Pohánka Éva, University and
Universality. The Place and Role of the University of Pecs in Europe from the Middle
Ages to Present Day, International University History Conference, 12-13 octombrie
2017, Pécs.
13. Gündisch, Konrad (Hrsg), Heltau. Geschichte und Kultur einer siebenbürgisch-
sächsischen Gemeinschaft, Heimatortsgemeinschaft Heltau e. V., Heilbronn 2002/
Honterus Verlag Sibiu Hermannstadt 2. Ausgabe, 2004.
14. Iacob Dan Dumitru (ed.), Avere, prestigiu şi cultură materială în surse patrimoniale.
Inventare de averi din secolele XVI-XIX., Ed. Universităţii “Alexandru Ioan Cuza”, Iaşi,
2015.
15. Murano Giovanna, Opere difuze per Exemplar e Pecia., Brepols, 2005.
16. Nussbächer Gernot, “Aus Siebenbürgen nach Wien und Krakau. Hermanstädter
Studenten im 14. und 15. Jahrhundert”, in Die Woche, nr. 638, 1981.
17. Nussbächer Gernot, “Siebenbürger an Europas Universitäten. Ein aussreiches Buch zur
mittelalterlichen Kulturgeschichte”, in Neuer Weg, nr. 9586, 1980.
18. Nussbächer Gernot, “Schässburger Studenten im 15. Jahrhundert”, in Neuer Weg, nr.
9713, 1982.
19. Rehner, Hermann, Heltau: Eine Monographie, Krafft & Drotleff AG, Hermannstadt
1931. Neudruck. Hg. von Ortsgemeinde Heltau, 1983.
20. Sárközy Péter, “Links to Europe: Hungarian Students at Italian Universities in the 13-
18th Century”, Hungarian Studies Review, Vol. XVII, nr. 2, 1990.
21. Schatz Elena-Maria, Stoica Robertina, Catalogul colectiv al incunabulelor din
România., CIMEC, Institutul de Memorie Culturală, 2007.
22. Sigerus E., Die Predella des alten Heltauer Altars, K 28, 1905.
23. Swanson Jenny, John of Wales. A study of the Works and Ideas of a Thirteenth-Century
Friar., Cambridge University Press, 1989.
24. Taylor Larissa (ed.), Preachers and People in the Reformations and Early Modern
Period, Brill Academic Publishers, 2003.
25. Teige, J. “Studenten aus Ungarn und Siebenbürgen an der Prager Universität im XIV.-
XV. Jahrhundert”, Korespondenzblatt, 6, (1883), pp. 19-20;pp. 29-30.
26. Teutsch, G. D., Ungarländer und Siebenbürger auf der Universität in Bologna (1381-
1596), Korespondenzblatt 13, 1890.
27. Teutsch, G. D., “Siebenbürger Studirende auf der Hochschule in Wien im 14., 15. und
16. Jahrhundert. Ein Beitrag zur Kulturgeschichte Siebenbürgens”, Vol. I-II., Archiv
des Vereins, 16, 1881, pp. 321-354.
28. Tonk, Sándor, Erdélyiek egyetemjárása a középkorban, Bucureşti, 1979.
29. Veress Endre, Olasz egyetemeken járt magyarországi tanulók anyakönyve és iratai
/Matricula et acta Hungarorum in universitatibus Italiae studentium:1221-1864,
Magyar Tudományos Akadémia, Budapesta, 1941.
30. Wittstock, H., F. Zimmermann, Katalog der Heltauer Pfarrer (1327-1524),
Korespondenzblatt, 1879.

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