By Bert Roest
This quantity bargains a brand new synthesis of Franciscan schooling, displaying the dynamic improvement of the Franciscan institution community. additionally mentioned is the connection among the medieval universities and the examine programmes provided to Franciscan scholars.
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Extra info for A History of Franciscan Education (C. 1210-1517) (Education and Society in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, V. 11)
XIII-XIV), 97 98 studia, students, lectors, and programs 29 Cologne (between c. 1230-1248),103 Dijon (1246),104 Magdeburg (1228), and later Regensburg, Strasbourg and Erfurt,105 as well as the studium near the curia (Rome (c. 106 Whereas in Northern France and England the hegemonic position of Paris, Oxford and Cambridge made the difference between degree-schools, 474; KURTSCHEID, 1930, 367. The existing university of Toulouse might already have had a theology faculty of some sort in or after 1229.
62 In the closing decades of the fifteenth century, to provide the burdened Parisian convent with additional financial means, papal privileges allowed the convent to issue special letters of indulgence, and provided it with the support of confraternities (in particular the confraternities of St. Francesco and St. 63 The sheer size of the Parisian convent (which caused logistical and financial problems), its predominance in the order, and its intricate double function as studium generale for the order and degree studium inserted in the Parisian theology faculty, called for separate convent statutes.
In the core provinces of the Franciscan order an array of provincial studia generalia (at least thirteen) came into existence well before the beginning of the fourteenth century. Several of these schools were, in fact, very early foundations, and soon obtained a more or less general status. Among these were Bologna (which actually was the first studium generale within the order, dating from 1220/ 1223)99, Padua (established before or in 1231)100, Florence (after 1228)101, Perugia, Assisi, Toulouse and Montpellier (c.