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Theology

Antonia Landois

Gelehrtentum und Patrizierstand

Wirkungskreise des Nürnberger Humanisten Sixtus Tucher (1459–1507)

[Scholars and the Patrician Class. The Nuremberg Humanist Sixtus Tucher's (1459–1507) Spheres of Influence.]

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Sixtus Tucher (1459–1507), the privileged son of a patrician family, decided to become a clergyman. To what extent was this his own decision, and what part of it was dictated by others? Where did he have an impact, and where did his environment have an impact on him? Antonia Landois presents her approach to the spheres of influence of this multifaceted Nuremberg humanist and analyzes what can be inferred from this for the humanism movement in an urban context.
Sixtus Tucher (1459–1507), the privileged son of a patrician family, decided to become a clergyman. To what extent was this his own decision, and what part of it was dictated by others? Where did he have an impact, and where did his environment have an impact on him? In addition to these questions, Antonia Landois deals with the relationship between the class he was born into and the »acquired« scholarly status. She studies the role of religiousness and piety in his life and the role played by self-dramatization and ascription in the image created of a person. How does one picture the degree and the quality of the social networking of a humanistic scholar such as Tucher? Did scholars keep to themselves? The author presents her approach to the spheres of influence of this multifaceted Nuremberg humanist and analyzes what can be inferred from this for the humanism movement in an urban context.
Survey of contents
I. Forschungskontext und Methodischer Ansatz

II. Wirkungskreise einer Nürnberger Gelehrtenpersönlichkeit
Familie – Spätmittelalterliche Bildungsinstitutionen – Reichsstadt Nürnberg – Vernetzung der Gelehrten: Humanismus in Nürnberg um 1500

III. Zusammenfassung der Ergebnisse

IV. Anhang ausgewählter ungedruckter Quellen
Schreiben Sixtus Tuchers und Gabriel Paumgartners an Herzog Georg den Reichen, 1491/1492 – Brief Sixtus Tuchers an den Rat der Stadt Nürnberg, um 1500 – Einladungslisten und Tischordnungen, 1500 und 1501 – Fünf aus Viertzig Sendbriefen, 1498 bis 1505 – Monikastiftung Sixtus Tuchers, 1501 – Brief Sixtus Tuchers an Christoph II. Scheurl, 1502 – Brief Sixtus Tuchers an Caritas Pirckheimer, nach 1503 – Brief Sixtus Tuchers an König Maximilian, 1504 – Brief Sixtus Tuchers an Christoph II. Scheurl, 1505 – Stiftung einer Movendelpfründe, 1507 – Inventar der Movendelpfründe, 1507 – Testament Sixtus Tuchers, 1507 – Christoph II. Scheurl, Libellus de laudibus Germaniae, 1506 (Auszug) – Fünf Briefe Antons II. Tucher an Christoph II. Scheurl, 1508/1509 – Epitaph Otto Beckmanns für Sixtus Tucher, um 1512 – Kurzbiographie Christoph II. Scheurls über Sixtus Tucher, um 1542
Authors/Editors

Antonia Landois Geboren 1980; Studium der Germanistik und Geschichte; 2006 MA; 2007 1. Staatsexamen; 2009–11 Stipendiatin der Bayerischen Eliteförderung; 2008–13 mit Unterbrechung Lehrassistentin für Mittelalterliche Geschichte und Historische Hilfswissenschaften an der Universität Würzburg; seit 2013 Wissenschaftliche Assistentin am Historischen Seminar der Universität Hannover.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Deutsches Archiv f. Erforschung d. Mittelalters — 73 (2017), S. 426 (Martin Wagendorfer)
In: Göttingische Gelehrte Anzeigen — 268 (2016), S. 244–262 (Matthias Dall' Asta)
In: Das Historisch-Politische Buch — 63 (2015), S. 142 (Christian Simon)
In: Archiv f. ReformationsG -Literaturbericht- — 43 (2014), 378 (R.-P. Fuchs)
In: Historische Zeitschrift — 302 (2016), S. 495–496 (Thomas Woelki)
In: Mitteilungen d. Vereins f. Geschichte der Stadt Nürnberg — 102 (2015), S. 351–352 (Horst-Dieter Beyerstedt)
In: Blätter für fränkische Familienkunde — 39 (2016), S. 292–293 (Peter Fleischmann)