Santa Teresa (Sammelband)

Critical Insights, Filiations, Responses


Allgemeine Angaben

Herausgeber

Iris Roebling-Grau Martina Bengert

Verlag
Narr
Stadt
Tübingen
Publikationsdatum
2019
Auflage
150
Reihe
Orbis romanicus, 10
ISBN
978-3-82339-246-0 ( im KVK suchen )
Thematik nach Sprachen
Spanisch
Disziplin(en)
Literaturwissenschaft
Schlagwörter
Santa Teresa, Mysticism

Exposé

Even prior to her widely observed 500th anniversary, Teresa of Ávila (1515-1582) was already considered one of the most important authors of occidental mysticism. This volume gathers together contributions from a multitude of disciplines to explore the writings and reception of the Spanish author and saint. Previously disregarded lines of tradition are explored for a new understanding of her oeuvre, which is examined here with special regard to the potential to affect its readers. Teresa proves to not only be an accomplished, but also a very literary writer. ‘Santa Teresa’ proves to be a figure of cultural memory, and the diffusion of her thinking is traced up to the present, whereby a recurrent focus is put on the phenomenon of ecstasy. Part of the widespread resonance of her work is the image of the iconic saint whose emergence as an international phenomenon is presented here for the first time.

The volume is closed by an interview with Marina Abramović answering four questions about Teresa.

Inhalt

Santa Teresa
Critical Insights, Filiations, Responses

Introduction

I Santa Teresa – On Religion

MARIANO DELGADO
Teresa von Ávila und Martin Luther: Annäherung an zwei Gottesfreunde

GEROLD NECKER
“Como león bramando”: Jewish Motifs in Teresa of Ávila’s Poetry

MICHAEL PLATTIG O.CARM.
Die Unterscheidung der Geister in den Schriften Teresas von Ávila und ihre Rezeption bei Edith Stein

II Santa Teresa – On Aesthetics

JUAN ANTONIO MARCOS O.C.D .
Teresa de Jesús: “The Power of Words” (Life 38, 23)

IRIS ROEBLING-GRAU
The Text As Mirror: The Book of My Life and the Vita Christi

III Santa Teresa – Reception in the 17th-19th centuries

JOSEPH IMORDE
Das Leichte ist das Schwerste: Überlegungen zur Heiligen Teresa des Gianlorenzo Bernini

BERNHARD TEUBER
Gewinne und Verluste: Madame Guyon als kreative Leserin der Teresa von Ávila

CAROLE SLADE
The Meaning of St. Teresa’s Work for Four Victorian Women

JUTTA WEISER
Illness Narrative, Hysteria, and Sainthood: Santa Teresa as a Case Study in Nineteenth Century: Spanish Psychiatry and Literature (La Regenta and El Cura)

IV Santa Teresa – Reception in the 20th and 21st centuries

JENNY HAASE
„Je ne vis plus d’être vivante, / Et ne mourrai pas d’être morte!“ : Teresa von Ávila in der Lyrik Anna de Noailles’

DENISE DUPONT
Humility in the Heart of the Believer: Alternatives to Modernism and Despair in the 1914 Homage to the Glorious Doctor, St. Teresa of Ávila

MARTIN BAXMEYER
The Instrumentalization of the Myth of Santa Teresa and of the Virgen del Pilar

MARTINA BENGERT
A Question of Reference, Construction, and Composition: The City of Santa Teresa in Roberto Bolaño’s 2666

RACHEAL FEST
Julia Kristeva’s New Humanism: Imagining Teresa of Avila for the Twenty-First Century

DEVIN ZUBER
The Luminous Body as Image and Word: Reading Teresa with Marina Abramović

TORSTEN PASSIE UND ELISABETH PETROW
Die Ekstasen der Teresa von Ávila: Phänomenologie, Krankheit und Resilienz

V Literary Essay

ALICIA DUJOVNE ORTIZ
Letras del cielo

VI Interview with Marina Abramović

MARINA ABRAMOVIĆ
Touching Teresa: Marina Abramović Answers Four Questions
(Interview with Devin Zuber, New York, January 19, 2019)


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Ersteller des Eintrags
Iris Roebling-Grau
Erstellungsdatum
Freitag, 04. Oktober 2019, 15:46 Uhr
Letzte Änderung
Sonntag, 06. Oktober 2019, 20:02 Uhr