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Although traditionally defined as a literate environment, Western monastic culture depended on a range of communicative practices which was just as large, and in some ways more sophisticated in its diversity, than that of other groups of society. Monks and nuns exchanged considerable amounts of information for which no written media were deemed necessary or which did not make a complete or immediate transition into written sources. Grouped in five thematic chapters, the papers in this volume aim to provide inroads into a useable interpretation of the various contexts in which monks and nuns in the central Middle Ages considered the spoken word as a vital complementary medium to other forms of communication. If you have personal access to this content, log in with your username and password here:. Western Europe, tenth-thirteenth centuries. Author: Steven Vanderputten. Description Table of Content PDF Although traditionally defined as a literate environment, Western monastic culture depended on a range of communicative practices which was just as large, and in some ways more sophisticated in its diversity, than that of other groups of society. Your Access Options. Log In If you have personal access to this content, log in with your username and password here: Email or username: Password: Remember me.

This paper follows from an earlier one in which the author questioned whether non-Native historians have the linguistic and analytic tools to interpret oral traditions and oral histories in ways that retained their integrity and cultural meaning; it concluded we do not. Here, the focus is on salvaging what is possible from these oral accounts as a way of drawing Native understanding and insights into the writing of our western-dominated histories. Under the auspices of museum programs, anthropologists have been in the field in eastern James Bay since the late s and have deposited extensive reports, consisting not only of interviews but translations of oral traditions and history of an era before the Crees were more closely drawn into the industrial society. This paper analyzes these collections to furnish examples of the subjects covered and ways in which the orientation of the subjects has been determined by the interviewer. Although the author continues to maintain that such reproduction of the oral accounts wrenches them from their cultural context, she argues that what can be extrapolated from them provides vital insights into the activities and outlook of the Crees of a bygone era and are essential to writing twentieth century history. Keywords: Morantz, oral tradition, oral history, James Bay Crees.

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